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« on: December 21, 2012, 11:02:47 AM »
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With the end of Week 15 of the NFL regular season we saw a few teams get eliminated from Playoff contention, none so more entertaining this year then the New York Jets.  After Mark Sanchez turned his way over to lead another NYJ loss he has been benched and news reports suggest he is not going to be a Jet next year.  Surprisingly, the Jets skipped over their #2 QB and instead of starting fan favorite Tim Tebow this week they will start Greg McElroy.  What are you doing Rex?  Moving on, last week we got to watch some good football and some poor football. The Eagles bungled their way to another lopsided loss to the Bengals, the Falcons crushed the Giants and the Saints crushed the Bucs, while the 49ers squeaked by the Patriots after giving up a 28 point 3rd quarter league, Carolina stayed hot beating the Chargers, while the Cardinals came back after an embarrassing loss the week before to handily beat the Lions, and Dallas edged Pittsburgh to stay relevant in the Playoff hunt.  There's still a lot left to be determined so let's watch week 16 and see what happens on the football field.



SAT, DEC 22   TIME (ET)   LOCATION

Atlanta at Detroit   8:30 PM   Ford Field



SUN, DEC 23   TIME (ET)   LOCATION

New Orleans at Dallas   1:00 PM   Cowboys Stadium

Tennessee at Green Bay   1:00 PM   Lambeau Field

Indianapolis at Kansas City   1:00 PM   Arrowhead Stadium

Buffalo at Miami   1:00 PM   Sun Life Stadium

Washington at Philadelphia   1:00 PM   Lincoln Financial Field

Cincinnati at Pittsburgh   1:00 PM   Heinz Field

St. Louis at Tampa Bay   1:00 PM   Raymond James Stadium

Oakland at Carolina   1:00 PM   Bank of America Stadium

New England at Jacksonville   1:00 PM   EverBank Field

NY Giants at Baltimore   1:00 PM   M&T Bank Stadium

Minnesota at Houston   1:00 PM   Reliant Stadium

Cleveland at Denver   4:05 PM   Sports Authority Field at Mile High

San Francisco at Seattle   4:25 PM   CenturyLink Field

Chicago at Arizona   4:25 PM   U of Phoenix Stadium

San Diego at NY Jets   8:20 PM   MetLife Stadium

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