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2019 NFL Regular Season Thread -- Week 17

WEEK 17
Sunday, December 29, 2019
TEAMSTIME (ET)TVLOCATION
NY Jets at Buffalo1:00 PMCBSNew Era Field
Cleveland at Cincinnati1:00 PMCBSPaul Brown Stadium
Green Bay at Detroit1:00 PMFOXFord Field
LA Chargers at Kansas City1:00 PMCBSArrowhead Stadium
Chicago at Minnesota1:00 PMFOXU.S. Bank Stadium
Miami at New England1:00 PMCBSGillette Stadium
Atlanta at Tampa Bay1:00 PMFOXRaymond James Stadium
New Orleans at Carolina1:00 PMFOXBank of America Stadium
Washington at Dallas4:25 PMFOXAT&T Stadium
Oakland at Denver4:25 PMCBSEmpower Field at Mile High
Arizona at LA Rams4:25 PMFOXLA Memorial Coliseum
Philadelphia at NY Giants4:25 PMFOXMetLife Stadium
Indianapolis at Jacksonville4:25 PMCBSTIAA Bank Field
Pittsburgh at Baltimore4:25 PMCBSM&T Bank Stadium
Tennessee at Houston4:25 PMCBSNRG Stadium
San Francisco at Seattle8:20 PMNBCCenturyLink Field

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Re: 2019 NFL Regular Season Thread -- Week 17

Week 17 broadcast map:

https://506sports.com/nfl.php?yr=2019&wk=17
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Maybe 49ers vs Sea and Texans vs Titans are the only games worth watching.

Last Sunday to wake up before 10am to watch football
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Re: 2019 NFL Regular Season Thread -- Week 17

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Last Sunday to wake up before 10am to watch football
I believe the Wild Card round Sunday early game is still at 10:00 am west coast time.
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Re: 2019 NFL Regular Season Thread -- Week 17

Week 17 NFL Playoff Picture

AFC

1. Baltimore Ravens (Z) 13-2

2. New England Patriots (Z) 12-3

3. Kansas City Chiefs (Z) 11-4

4. Houston Texans (Z) 10-5

5. Buffalo Bills (X) 10-5

6. Tennessee Titans 8-7

7. Pittsburgh Steelers 8-7

8. Oakland Raiders 7-8

NFC

1. San Francisco 49ers (X) 12-3

2. Green Bay Packers (Z) 12-3

3. New Orleans Saints (Z) 12-3

4. Philadelphia Eagles 8-7

5. Seattle Seahawks (X) 11-4

6. Minnesota Vikings (X) 10-5

*X indicated clinched playoff spot, Z indicates division champion.


Ravens, Bills, Vikings Have Nothing to Play For
The Baltimore Ravens are already locked into the AFC's No. 1 seed, while the Buffalo Bills are locked into the fifth seed. The Minnesota Vikings are locked into the NFC's No. 6 slot.

Where the Bills and Vikings are concerned, this has little bearing on the playoff race. However, the Ravens' position could impact the AFC's wild-card race.

The Ravens have already announced that they plan to sit star players like quarterback Lamar Jackson and running back Mark Ingram. This means the Pittsburgh Steelers will have an edge in Week 17—and Pittsburgh is one of the three teams with a wild-card chance.The Race for the Sixth Seed

Along with Pittsburgh, the Tennessee Titans and the Oakland Raiders are alive for the AFC's final playoff spot. Tennessee has the most straightforward path to the postseason of the bunch. If the Titans win, they're in the playoffs.
If the Chiefs win and the New England Patriots lose, Kansas City will earn the last remaining AFC bye.Battles for the NFC East and West

Both the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys are alive for the NFC East title. Whichever team doesn't get it will be at home for the postseason. The Eagles have the edge, only needing a win over the New York Giants to clinch. A win and an Eagles loss will hand the division to Dallas.

https://bleacherreport.com/articles/...ead-of-week-17
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Re: 2019 NFL Regular Season Thread -- Week 17

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I believe the Wild Card round Sunday early game is still at 10:00 am west coast time.
I can tape the early game and watch it after 2 or 3pm since there will only be two Sunday games and no Sunday Night football or multiple games at 10am and 1pm with NFL Sunday Ticket.
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NFL Game Pass has all the replays shortly after the games concludes,however fully edited games aren't available for a few hours after completion .

If the Vikings are stuck in the sixth spot then they should rest everyone but they like every other NFL team are so obsessed with records that Cousins will probably play the full game.
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Re: 2019 NFL Regular Season Thread -- Week 17

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I can tape the early game and watch it after 2 or 3pm since there will only be two Sunday games and no Sunday Night football or multiple games at 10am and 1pm with NFL Sunday Ticket.
Ahh, I see. I thought you were referring to the NFL moving the Divisional games to later in the day to match the AFC/NFC Championship games schedule.
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I think the Sunday wild card and divisional playoff games are 10am on the West Coast

Still strange in 2019 or 2020 there are 10am playoff games.

None of the big 4 networks schedule their best programming during primetime on NFL Sundays.
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Originally Posted by JeffTheAlpaca View Post
I think the Sunday wild card and divisional playoff games are 10am on the West Coast

Still strange in 2019 or 2020 there are 10am playoff games.

None of the big 4 networks schedule their best programming during primetime on NFL Sundays.
Starting this year the Sunday Divisional games start 2 hours later @ 12:00 and 3:30 pm west coast time (3:00 and 6:30 pm east coast). This is the same as the conference championship weekend game times. Sunday Wild Card games are unchanged (10:00 am early game).
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Re: 2019 NFL Regular Season Thread -- Week 17

Free-agent WR Antonio Brown visiting with Saints - NFL.com

AB is visiting with the Saints. But, there's a sticking point. If they sign him, he can't play because of the looming sexual assault charges against him. He would go to the Exempt List until his name is cleared.

So it's kind of a pointless endeavor for the Saints.
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It would be a crime and cheating if the Saints got AB and he played in the playoffs.
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Starting this year the Sunday Divisional games start 2 hours later @ 12:00 and 3:30 pm west coast time (3:00 and 6:30 pm east coast). This is the same as the conference championship weekend game times. Sunday Wild Card games are unchanged (10:00 am early game).

Finally they get with the 21st century with some of these start times.


NFL Game Pass has all the replays shortly after the games concludes,however fully edited games aren't available for a few hours after completion .

If the Vikings are stuck in the sixth spot then they should rest everyone but they like every other NFL team are so obsessed with records that Cousins will probably play the full game.

Youtube has game replays but they run for maybe only 12 or 14 minutes and 26 or more when they aired on the NFL Sunday Ticket package.



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It would be a crime and cheating if the Saints got AB and he played in the playoffs.
I wonder if they brought in Rae Carruth for the same workout.
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Imagine if he plays for them in the 2020 season? Maybe you could hand the Lombardi to them.

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Image if he plays for them in the 2020 season? Maybe you could hand the Lombardi to them.


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AB is not playing anytime soon, not until his sexual assault allegations are resolved one way or another.
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The early games all look like turds.
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The early games all look like turds.
If the Chiefs get up early on the Chargers I might do some cleaning around the house.
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The early games all look like turds.
You'd think. But great drama so far.

Pats losing.
KC losing.
GB losing.
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If the Chiefs get up early on the Chargers I might do some cleaning around the house.

Chargers at Chiefs: The Chiefs earn a playoff bye with a win and a Patriots loss. The Chargers are mathematically eliminated.
hmmm,okay maybe I'll change my mind. If the phins upset the pats. I would love KCC to grab the 2nd seed from them. .
Brady just threw a pick 6. LOL But KC also has to win . Could get interesting.
Sorry pats fans, you won enough for awhile.


Pats losing.
KC losing.
GB losing.
yes, no YES.

btw
I'll already did some cleaning. Threw a bunch of gifts in the spare bath,.
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The Lions.
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David Blough

And the Pats tied it up at 10.
The Browns are depressing . should fire their HC at halftime.
Knowing the Browns they give him another year.
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The Panthers are a sad sack of shit. They clearly have their golf bags packed.
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The early games all look like turds.
I hope they have fewer division games next year on the last week of the schedule.

But that will never happen because the NFL hate's change(unless it benefits the Networks).

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