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NFL on NBC flex schedule question

Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by MC KAos, Nov 6, 2011.

  1. MC KAos

    MC KAos Well-Known Member

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    i know that NBC can flex crap games for better matchups starting with week 11. in week 13, you have a craptacular colts vs pats matchup. my question is, when would they announce if they are flexing this game?
     
  2. MC KAos

    MC KAos Well-Known Member

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    just saw that they are flexing the colts/pats game, but they have not announced what game will replace it
     
  3. chip_gilkey

    chip_gilkey Well-Known Member

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    Considering our recent record on SNF I hope we aren't the team who gets flexed into it.
     
  4. jzcowboy

    jzcowboy Well-Known Member

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    Why would they want Cowboys @ Arizona?
     
  5. The Emperor

    The Emperor Marcus Aurelius Maximus

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    Cin-city and Pittsburgh or the Giants and Packers look like good options.
     
  6. MC KAos

    MC KAos Well-Known Member

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    i was looking at the schedule and there are 4 great games that day, there is lions/saints, packers/gians and falcons/texans on Fox and bengals/steelers on CBS. I dont know how the whole protecting a game works, but if they can protect one game a week, CBS for sure will protect bengals/steelers. if its a once a year deal, i dont think they will use it up on that game. my guess is packers/giants will DEFINITELY get protected, and since SNF doesnt have any lions games, they will prob end up flexing Lions/Saints
     

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