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Teams will be playing for a berth in this year's Super Bowl. We first have the Bengals @ the Chiefs in the AFC Championship game followed by the 49ers @ Rams to determine the NFC champion. It will be hard to top the games we saw last week but I expect these will be entertaining too. Enjoy!
Welcome to another round of playoffs. Today we have the Bengals @Titans (4:30) and 49ers @Packers (8:15). Tomorrow will be Rams @ Bucs (3PM) and Bills @ Chiefs (6:30 PM). Enjoy!
So I’m reading a story about Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford’s and it talks about the game is MONDAY NIGHT . And I thought, WTH?!? When did the NFL put playoff games on Monday night?!? Doesn’t that put the winner at a competitive disadvantage? Won’t the winner have to face some other team on a short week, while the team they play is on longer rest? I’m sure the reason is money, but what the heck?!? Messing with the playoffs like this seems a couple of bridges too far. What else am I not understanding? Help me here!
Good afternoon, football fans! Share your all non-Colts game related thoughts, observations, comments, etc. here. (For the Colts, click Jag@Colts Game Thread) What is being shown where you are? Are you watching other games besides the Colts game? I may actually get to see my team live today. Single game on Fox: Obtained from https://506sports.com/nfl.php?yr=2021&wk=10 Blue: Minnesota @ Chargers (Late) Kevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez (I did not realize Mark Sanchez was in broadcasting.) Red: Atlanta @ Dallas Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen Green: Tampa Bay @ Washington Adam Amin, Mark Schlereth Yellow: Detroit @ Pittsburgh Chris Myers, Daryl Johnston Orange: Carolina @ Arizona (Late) Kenny Albert, Jonathan Vilma CBS has early and late games showing around the country. I am unable to save another picture here now but will try later. Here is a link to where you can find the coverage maps showing the CBS games. https://506sports.com/nfl.php?yr=2021&wk=10