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NFL Pre Season Schedule -- Final Version

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  1. Jul 6, 2010 #1 of 32
    Gary Toma

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    This four page Pre-Season Schedule lists all National Broadcast games along with all "team-DMA-only" games. The "DMA-only" games are covered by the visiting team's network and are broadcast in the DMA's of the home and visiting teams only.

    All times are listed in Eastern Daylight Time; please adjust for your time zone accordingly.

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  2. Jul 6, 2010 #2 of 32
    kevinwmsn

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    Thanks GCT for the spreadsheet again. Hopefully the 1st quarter of Saints vs Pats will good.
     
  3. Jul 6, 2010 #3 of 32
    mpar1

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    Thanks for the update. We'll have football soon!
     
  4. Jul 6, 2010 #4 of 32
    joshjr

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    I cant wait. Seems like forever ago since the season was going. I like the idea of more regular season games as well so hopefully that will happen soon. Give us more time to enjoy Sunday Ticket.
     
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    JACKIEGAGA

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    gct like always thanks for posting this
     
  6. rbt

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    thanks for the corrected schedule

    thanks for bringing the schedules back again this year!
     
  7. gpg

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    When will the NFL Network replay schedule be available?
     
  8. Gary Toma

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    Sorry - but I have not yet seen any announcement for NFLNET's RePlay schedule of pre-season games. I certainly expect they will provide all the pre-season games again (delayed, by a day or so, of course), just as they did last year. But so far, no announcement.
     
  9. joed32

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    I check their site everyday, seems that it's about time to release it. They will show some live games too.
     
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    From Monday's Michael Heistand's column in the USA Today..." The NFL Network and NFL.com, says spokesman Dennis Johnson, will formally announce today that preseason games will air live online for the first time. Through a $40 subscription package, NFL.com will stream 54 games live, not including 11 games on national TV. NFLN airs 10 preseason games live."
     
  11. dcowboy7

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    NFL Network again will show all 65 NFL preseason games, including 10 Live all in HD.

    Monday, Aug. 9
    1 p.m.: Cincinnati Bengals at Dallas Cowboys

    Thursday, Aug. 12
    11 p.m.: New Orleans Saints at New England Patriots

    Friday, Aug. 13
    9:30 a.m.: Carolina Panthers at Baltimore Ravens
    3:30 p.m.: Oakland Raiders at Dallas Cowboys
    7:30 p.m.: Buffalo Bills at Washington Redskins (Live)
    10:30 p.m.: Jacksonville Jaguars at Philadelphia Eagles

    Saturday, Aug. 14
    1:30 a.m.: Kansas City Chiefs at Atlanta Falcons
    7 p.m.: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Miami Dolphins (Live)
    10 p.m.: Tennessee Titans at Seattle Seahawks (Live)

    Sunday, Aug. 15
    1 a.m.: Chicago Bears at San Diego Chargers
    10 a.m.: Detroit Lions at Pittsburgh Steelers
    1 p.m.: San Francisco 49ers at Indianapolis Colts (Live)
    7 p.m.: Denver Broncos at Cincinnati Bengals (Live)
    10 p.m.: Minnesota Vikings at St. Louis Rams

    Monday, Aug. 16
    1 a.m.: Houston Texans at Arizona Cardinals
    4 p.m.: Cleveland Browns at Green Bay Packers

    Thursday, Aug. 19
    1 p.m.: New York Giants at New York Jets
    11 p.m.: Indianapolis Colts at Buffalo Bills

    Friday, Aug. 20
    1 p.m.: New England Patriots at Atlanta Falcons

    Saturday, Aug. 21
    4 p.m.: Philadelphia Eagles at Cincinnati Bengals
    7 p.m.: Pittsburgh Steelers at New York Giants (Live)
    10 p.m.: Green Bay Packers at Seattle Seahawks (Live)

    Sunday, Aug. 22
    1 a.m.: Houston Texans at New Orleans Saints
    4 a.m.: Kansas City Chiefs at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    7 a.m.: New York Jets at Carolina Panthers
    10 a.m.: Baltimore Ravens at Washington Redskins
    1 p.m.: Detroit Lions at Denver Broncos
    4 p.m.: Dallas Cowboys at San Diego Chargers
    11 p.m.: Oakland Raiders at Chicago Bears

    Monday, Aug. 23
    4 p.m.: St. Louis Rams at Cleveland Browns
    11 p.m.: Miami Dolphins at Jacksonville Jaguars

    Tuesday, Aug. 24
    1 p.m.: Minnesota Vikings at San Francisco 49ers

    Thursday, Aug. 26
    1 p.m.: Arizona Cardinals at Tennessee Titans
    11 p.m.: St. Louis Rams at New England Patriots

    Friday, Aug. 27
    2 a.m.: Indianapolis Colts at Green Bay Packers
    11 p.m.: Philadelphia Eagles at Kansas City Chiefs

    Saturday, Aug. 28
    2 a.m.: Atlanta Falcons at Miami Dolphins
    2 p.m.: Washington Redskins at New York Jets (Live)
    5 p.m.: Cleveland Browns at Detroit Lions
    11 p.m.: Seattle Seahawks at Minnesota Vikings

    Sunday, Aug. 29
    2 a.m.: Cincinnati Bengals at Buffalo Bills
    7 a.m.: San Diego Chargers at New Orleans Saints
    10 a.m.: Tennessee Titans at Carolina Panthers
    1 p.m.: New York Giants at Baltimore Ravens
    4 p.m.: Arizona Cardinals at Chicago Bears
    11 p.m.: San Francisco 49ers at Oakland Raiders

    Monday, Aug. 30
    2 a.m.: Jacksonville Jaguars at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    4 p.m.: Dallas Cowboys at Houston Texans

    Wednesday, Sept. 1
    1 p.m.: Pittsburgh Steelers at Denver Broncos

    Thursday, Sept. 2
    7 p.m.: New England Patriots at New York Giants (Live)
    10 p.m.: Washington Redskins at Arizona Cardinals (Live)

    Friday, Sept. 3
    1 a.m.: San Diego Chargers at San Francisco 49ers
    6 a.m.: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Houston Texans
    9 a.m.: Baltimore Ravens at St. Louis Rams
    Noon: Buffalo Bills at Detroit Lions
    3 p.m.: Denver Broncos at Minnesota Vikings
    7 p.m.: Miami Dolphins at Dallas Cowboys

    Saturday, Sept. 4
    Midnight: Green Bay Packers at Kansas City Chiefs
    7 a.m.: Atlanta Falcons at Jacksonville Jaguars
    1 p.m.: Chicago Bears at Cleveland Browns
    4 p.m.: New York Jets at Philadelphia Eagles
    8 p.m.: Carolina Panthers at Pittsburgh Steelers
    11 p.m.: Seattle Seahawks at Oakland Raiders

    Sunday, Sept. 5
    10 a.m.: New Orleans Saints at Tennessee Titans
    1 p.m.: Cincinnati Bengals at Indianapolis Colts

    http://sportsmedianews.com/07/nfl-n...on-nfl-com-all-65-games-in-hd-on-nfl-network/
     
  12. Gary Toma

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    Post #1 now has the Final Version of the total NFL Pre-Season Schedule incorporating the 7/26 NFLNET schedule announcement.

    All games will be shown in HD.
    21of the 65 games will be LIVE and in HD
    44 of the 65 games will be NFLNET RePlays and in HD
    We have come a long, long way in the past few years!!
     
  13. joed32

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    gct and dcowboy7 great job guys, thank you!
     
  14. ggmorton

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    A typo in the PDF.

    You have listed Aug 14 as a Friday when it's a Saturday.

    Thanks for posting this info.
     
  15. Machael

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    This should be stickied! Thanks very much! :D
     
  16. Gary Toma

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    The Pre Season schedule in post #1 has been updated so that the first airing of every Pre Season RePlay game is shown. This is an expanded schedule since the NFLNET schedule announcment on 7/26.

    Also, most but not all, Pre Season games have multiple RePlay showings; use your Guide to find them.
     
  17. KSbugeater

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    If someone does not have a package containing NFL Network, but instead has the Sports Pack, can he/she watch the preseason games from out of market on those RSNs, or will they be blacked out? For example, CSN is airing Bills/Redskins... will I be able to see that in the Midwest using Sports Pack?
     
  18. Gary Toma

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    bugeater,

    The good news is that all the DIRECTV packages, Choice, Choice Extra, Choice Ultimate and Premier include the NFL Network Channel. You are home free!
     
  19. dcowboy7

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    I dont think the unadvertised "family pack" does.
     
  20. KSbugeater

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    Correct, nor does the Select Choice package. We are on Family Pack until college football starts (making ESPN must-have again)... just wondering how much NFL I can get in the meantime without NFLN. One can only watch so much preseason NFL, but considering the 6-mo drought, even bad football is pretty tolerable. I will get the Chiefs preseason games from locals, but wondered if the games from other markets' RSNs would be blacked out.
     
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