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Who actually likes it when your team is on Thursday night?

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As much as I enjoy watching the games, I would hate for the Panthers to be playing tonight (I know they just played Monday)

But something about the week long build up and then the absence of football on Sunday makes me really happy we didn't have a Thursday night game this year.

Now, Go Bears...Beat the Aints for us!!!

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I hate that there are thursday games. mainly cuz they are on NFLN, and I cant see them.

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Thursday night football is the greatest thing to hit the league......ever.

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http://www.justin.tv/stealthshott

This one is streaming better for me

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If this season continues the way it is, we might have a couple Thursday games next year. But when teams do play on Thursday, don't the local markets pick up the games for the people who don't have NFLN?

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Ummm

NFL.com streams the game live....

I watched it off and on all night :)

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