NFL Schedule: Week 13

A day late, entirely my fault, though’s schedule page STILL not having the Sunday Ticket channel for Colts-Pats didn’t help.

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Away MXS Home Time (ET) TV DTV Announcers NTR SIRIUS Notes
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#18(4-7) 23¼-20¼ #22(4-7) Thu 8:20 PM Brad Nessler, Mike Mayock, Alex Flanagan WW1 92 93 Betcha you didn’t realize these two teams were this close.
#14(6-5) 20½-17½ #25(4-7) Sun 1:00 PM 704 Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts 91 106 The Jets hope to continue building their playoff case against an iffy Skins team.
#24(4-7) 15¼-22¼ #10(7-4) Sun 1:00 PM 705 Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcots CMP 135 94 Welcome to Kansas City, Kyle Orton! Say hello to the Bears defense.
#13(7-4) 18-24½ #6(8-3) Sun 1:00 PM 709 Jim Nantz, Phil Simms WW1 113 86 The two current AFC Wild Card teams face off not only for their spots, but divisional positioning as well.
#9(7-4) 20¼-17¾ #7(8-3) Sun 1:00 PM 712 Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa 134 92 The Texans try desperately to find a quarterback that can stay standing against a Falcons team fighting for the playoffs.
#15(6-5) 18-19½ #T29(2-9) Sun 1:00 PM 713 Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick, Laura Okmin 112 125 A rare network swap means it’ll be Fox (and Church of Tebow pastor Brennaman) bringing you Tebow’s latest heroics.
#27(3-8) 22-25 #20(4-7) Sun 1:00 PM 711 Ron Pitts, Jim Mora 136 117 The Bucs’ season is going into a tailspin. Might gorging on the Panthers defense help?
#32(0-11) 14-34 #4(8-3) Sun 1:00 PM 710? Marv Albert, Rich Gannon USA 132 93 Hey, remember when this was the NFL’s greatest rivalry? Then Manning went down and NBC flexed out a month in advance.
#17(6-5) 21-22½ #19(5-6) Sun 1:00 PM 706 Spero Dedes, Steve Beuerlein 137 128 Two teams with distant playoff hopes slug it out… again.
#11(7-4) 20-23 #23(3-8) Sun 1:00 PM 707 Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf 139 85 It took a last-minute FG for the ‘Boys to finish the Dolphins at home. Should the Raiders be scared heading into SunLife?
#2(8-3) 22¼-15¾ #28(4-7) Sun 4:05 PM 708 Bill Macatee, Steve Tasker 104 112 Hey fantasy nerds, Peyton Hillis is back! Just in time for the end of the fantasy regular season, against the Ravens D.
#1(11-0) 29½-23 #16(6-5) Sun 4:15 PM 715 Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver WW1 94 86 Could the Pack go 16-0? The Giants probably represent their biggest obstacle left.
#8(7-4) 25-20½ #26(4-7) Sun 4:15 PM 714 Dick Stockton, John Lynch CMP 93 128 Maybe that Sunday Night showdown won’t be for the division lead after all, with this big an opportunity for the Boys.
#31(2-9) 12¼-25¾ #3(9-2) Sun 4:15 PM 716 Chris Myers, Tim Ryan USA 138 92 The woeful Rams should be just what the doctor ordered for a Niners team looking to bounce back from the Ravens loss.
#12(7-4) 22¼-31¼ #5(8-3) Sun 8:20 PM Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya WW1 92 93 No Suh, but still a spotlight game between two teams fighting for the playoffs.
#21(4-7) 21-18 #T29(3-8) Mon 8:30 PM Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden, Ron Jaworski, Suzy Kolber WW1 92 93 Because if it comes down to Mo Jo-Drew or Vincent Jackson for a fantasy playoff spot, you want everyone to watch.

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