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#16 Scrumtrilescent

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Posted 17 December 2012 - 01:19 PM

Uh, no.

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Posted 17 December 2012 - 01:46 PM

I guess you dont know how scheduling works but all east cost teams that play at home are 1pm games. Mid west/West coast teams play at 4:05-4:25pm. Sunday games are prime time where no matter where the game is its at 8. unless its west coast where its at 10. if we play the pats its either at 1pm or 8pm


Sure, 100% explains why the 1st game against the Panthers and Bucs was a 4:05 kick off, right? Or the matchup in week two when the Jets traveled to Pittsburgh to play a 4:25 game. How about the Pit-NYG game? Dallas-Philly, Pitt Baltimore, or next weeks Giants at Baltimore game?

The "America's game of the week" or national game is played at 4:05-4:25 and is alternated weekly between Fox and CBS.

The only thing you got correct was that the mid-west and west coast teams play at 4:05-4:25 (although technically you didn't state whether that was Eastern Standard Time or Pacific, so you also managed to screw that up).

Good try though.

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Posted 17 December 2012 - 01:49 PM

I guess you dont know how scheduling works but all east cost teams that play at home are 1pm games. Mid west/West coast teams play at 4:05-4:25pm. Sunday games are prime time where no matter where the game is its at 8. unless its west coast where its at 10. if we play the pats its either at 1pm or 8pm



I think it is you who don't know how scheduling works. Plenty of East Coast teams play at home in the 4 PM time slot. For instance, in week 5 Seattle played Carolina in Charlotte at 4 PM. There have been 16 instances of 4 PM games happening on the east coast this season. The only definite is that games played on the West coast don't start at 1 PM EST. Even some midwest teams like Houston, Dallas, and KC play at 1 PM EST at home. Also, SNF and MNF start at the same time (~8:30 PM EST) no matter where they are played. Meaning in the west coast SNF and MNF starts at roughly 5:30 PM. The Patriots game (which is a definite not an if) could be played at any time slot.

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Posted 17 December 2012 - 01:59 PM

were only going to get 1 thursday nighter