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3 minutes ago, Stephen said:

Texans and raiders  huh.

 

2 minutes ago, Chloe6124 said:

Makes sense with the Broncos being bad. Miami game will probably get moved also.

 

With Texans and Colts at 3 - 2 currently, and that the Raider's had defeated the Colts. So...

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11 minutes ago, CaptainColt12 said:

Are 4 o'clock games considered to be more of a prime time game than 1. Well doesn't matter cause I like 1 games much more than any other time, I don't have to wait as long. 

 

Their games that are more publized, but not good enough for sunday night

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Both games are on CBS, so clearly they believe Oakland vs Houston will be the more exciting match up. Makes sense Texans put up 50 last week and the raiders are on a winning streak beating the colts and bears. I’m planning to be at this game and was looking forward to the 4pm timing. Oh well 

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7 hours ago, ColtsBlueFL said:

 

 

With Texans and Colts at 3 - 2 currently, and that the Raider's had defeated the Colts. So...

No was just thinking do we want the raiders or texans to win that one. Raiders currently  have wildcard tie breaker over US unless they finish  with worse record. If the texans lose it may  make it easier  to win division 

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I'm down either way, as long as gametime is after church.  I actually prefer it early because our family does a joint video chat with my brother who's in the Army every Sunday evening.  Skype is a wonderful invention. 

 

that always takes precedence over football for obvious reasons but an early afternoon game is great because there's no conflict.

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16 minutes ago, Stephen said:

No was just thinking do we want the raiders or texans to win that one. Raiders currently  have wildcard tie breaker over US unless they finish  with worse record. If the texans lose it may  make it easier  to win division 

 

First goal, win division and get home field playoff game. 

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1 hour ago, NorthernBlue said:

Don’t sleep on em. They’re 2 game winning kicks away from being 3-1.

 

they didnt have a sack for the first 4 games of the season and now chubb is on IR

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On 10/11/2019 at 2:35 PM, ColtsGermany said:

That's great for me! So i don't have to stay awake till 1 a. m. :thmup:

I don’t know how you do it.  I was on vacation last week and listening to the game at 220am.   Kept falling asleep and waking up to it.  

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3 hours ago, Fluke_33 said:

I don’t know how you do it.  I was on vacation last week and listening to the game at 220am.   Kept falling asleep and waking up to it.  

That happened to me too. Where have you been? 

When the game is at 4.25 p.m. it's ok. But not more. Games at 1 p.m. Are the best for me. 

I watched the game vs the pats last season complete in the middle of the night and was sooo tired the next day. But I have to admit I don't do it very often when we play that late. Only for special games :P

 

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14 hours ago, ColtsGermany said:

That happened to me too. Where have you been? 

When the game is at 4.25 p.m. it's ok. But not more. Games at 1 p.m. Are the best for me. 

I watched the game vs the pats last season complete in the middle of the night and was sooo tired the next day. But I have to admit I don't do it very often when we play that late. Only for special games :P

 

I was in Paris, which I was told Indy is designed after- circle city and all. 
i planned on sleeping through it and watching replays the next day but got too excited.  Unfortunately my SundayTicket and gamepass both said they won’t work outside the us so I had to listen to the radio broadcast.   That was annoying.   

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