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Yet Another Reason to Hate CBS

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Whose bright idea was it to cut away from one of the NFC-LEADING teams playing in a great game to some 9-6 snoozefest?

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Whose bright idea was it to cut away from one of the NFC-LEADING teams playing in a great game to some 9-6 snoozefest?

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ZOMG I am so hating CBS now. I hope someone burns in hell.

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FOX would never do something like that. Was this a national decision, or something handled in whatever local markets had a game choice? I can't imagine they would flip the game in Carolina...

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I am in Atlanta they did it here. I then turned on my slingbox that I have in Raleigh and they did it there as well. Sucks.

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They frickin' killed the feed in Raleigh?! Some CBS execs are going to have some nasty voicemails over that, I would think. I'm going to call my local CBS affiliate and complain. It won't do any good in the big picture, but it will make be feel better.

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I am in Atlanta they did it here.

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Yet another reason to love Direct TV

Nah, not for me. I see your point, but I wouldn't get the $$ out of it.

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The PIT-BAL game has not been a snoozefest.

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Changed in Memphis, too. It must have been a national decision.

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