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Discussion in 'DIRECTV Programming' started by Gary Toma, Aug 24, 2009.
Yea but thats 3 games....talkin if less than 3 ever happened.
Thank you gct! Looks great.
Week 12, Thanksgiving Week, is FOX's week for double-header games. But as the schedule stands at this time, FOX has no late (4 pm) games to bring to the party.
You can be sure there will be other changes in that week, in addition to a possible 'flex-rule' exercise.
Yep like i mentioned in post #15 basically in flex weeks all the east coast games are listed as 1:00 & the others are 4:00 then they jockey them around as we get close to that week....like week 17 both jets/giants are 1:00 so we know one of them is moving.
Not in my memory. I think the article should read 3 games or less, but I hope I'm wrong.
Number of times for only 3 games at late (4:00 pm) slot:
2007 = 6
2008 = 3
2009 = 3
Number of times for only 2 games at late (4:00 pm) slot:
2007 = 0
2008 = 1 (week 15)
2009 = 2 (week 12, week 14 - pending schedule changes)
2008 = 0
There were four 4:00ish games 2008 week 15:
- pit@bal was moved to 4:15....remember the rothy pass to the goal line that the ravens said wasnt a TD....but it really was.
- den@car was also moved to 4:15
The Week 1 maps are now available so u can see what your local games are.
Just got this email from DirecTV:
Enjoy NFL Sunday Ticket on us
Exclusive 1-day free trial: Sunday, September 13
Games start at 1 pm ET; tune in to channels 701-717.
See the schedule at:
welcome to last month
Sorry I was late to the party. Who knew D* emails were not very relevant/timely?
Right now you would think that is the case, but you never know. If both teams are struggling it stays in it's current time slot.
Thank you very much for this! This is a great print out tool.....
Ahhhh, my Sunday morning ritual is complete. Print this out, fantasy players written on the back and now down to the TV to set up my fantasy players and favorite lists for early and late games.
Many thanks for renewing my Sunday Morning print-out fix. I love this thing.
A couple of questions. If memory serves, last year for the first week, ST did not start smoothly. I know either most or all my HD channels were not working at first and I think it was widespread. Anyone expecting more of the same?
Is there are consensus of the amount of recording time needed to record most games, including overtime? DTV is allowing 4.5 hours for a game while the networks are scheduling 3 or 3.5 hours. That 4.5 hours had to be plenty, right?
Closing this thread. Week #1 is in the history books. Please see the new Week #2 thread.