NFL Network: Weekend Highlights- Jan 5, 2006

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  1. Nick

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    Apr 23, 2002
    NFL Game of the Week: This week features an all-access pass to Chiefs head coach
    Dick Vermeil who wore an NFL Films microphone during the final game of his coaching
    career, a 37-3 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals at Arrowhead Stadium, airs tonight at
    9:30 p.m. ET. Also, the Giants game over the Raiders 30-21 featuring exclusive sideline
    audio from both teams, airs tonight at 9 p.m. ET.

    Six Days to Sunday: A week in the season of Cleveland Browns linebackers Andra Davis,
    Ben Taylor, Kenard Lang, Chaun Thompson and Matt Stewart as they prepared for their
    match up with the Baltimore Ravens, airs tonight at 8:30 p.m. ET.

    NFL Total Access: Deploys Kevin Mawae (New York Jets), Darren Sharper (Minnesota
    Vikings), Dhani Jones (Philadelphia Eagles) and Trent Dilfer (Cleveland Browns) to report
    on the post season for NFLTA. The four players will be reporting live, providing post-game
    reports, analysis and locker room interviews with players and coaches from the following
    NFL Wildcard Playoff games:

    Saturday, Jan. 7, Darren Sharper will cover the Washington Redskins and Tampa Bay
    Buccaneers; Dhani Jones does the Jacksonville Jaguars and New England Patriots game.
    Sunday, Jan. 8, Kevin Mawae will report on the Carolina Panthers and New York Giants;
    the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals will be covered by Trent Dilfer.

    SkyPICKS: Well, it wasn't planned, but because the SkyPROGNOSTICATOR took a vacation
    for the holidays, his overall record is incomplete for the entire 17-week season. The last time
    readers received pigskin knowledge, his total record for the year ended at 37-8. Now, the
    SkyPROGNOSTICATOR is in Las Vegas for CES and is in a positionto make his picks
    really count. Although this week's SkyPICKS will not count toward that record, it will
    count in the wallet.

    Wildcard Playoff winners: Washington, New England, Carolina and Cincinnati. - used with permission

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