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    Flex game schedule?



    When do we find out about whether the time of this weekends game against philly will be changed? I have out of towners coming in to go to the game and they need know how to arrange their schedules. 1:00 is a lot different then 8:30.

    Is there a place to find out?








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    Re: Flex game schedule?

    The NFL has to give at least 10-12 days notice so it looks like this week's game will remain Ind-SD.




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    Re: Flex game schedule?

    There is a 12 day lead-time on determing flex schedule changes, so we are safe for the Eagles game. Redskins and Steelers game would be candidates --- although there is also a limit on prime time appearances, and both these media darlings have already been overexposed, so we hopefully will be exempt from flexed into a December night game this season.
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    Re: Flex game schedule?

    thanks! good news so far. maybe that is one good thing that will come out of the giants game.








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    Re: Flex game schedule?

    My bet is the Steeler game.




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    Re: Flex game schedule?

    I hope the skins game gets flexed.
    Nothing like a december night for football!
    My company cant complain if i'm late monday either. My boss bought a tent as our company christmas party. only game i get to go to this year.




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    The flex schedule is fixed far past the Philly game. Our game @ Bengals remains @ 1 pm:

    Week 13 Time Change -- Broncos V. Jets Moved to 2:15 mst by TheSportsGuru on Nov 17, 2008 3:48 PM MST in 2008 Game Previews


    The Week 13 NFL schedule was finalized and announced today with the originally scheduled Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings Sunday night game on NBC remaining in place. The only game-time change is the Denver Broncos at New York Jets game on Sunday, November 30 moving from 1:00 PM ET to 4:15 PM ET on CBS.



    Following is the final Week 13 NFL schedule (asterisk and bold/italics represents changed game time):



    THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27 (WEEK 13)



    TENNESSEE AT DETROIT
    12:30 PM (ET)
    CBS

    SEATTLE AT DALLAS
    3:15 PM (CT)
    FOX

    ARIZONA AT PHILADELPHIA
    8:15 PM (ET)
    NFLN




    SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30



    SAN FRANCISCO AT BUFFALO
    1:00 PM (ET)
    FOX

    BALTIMORE AT CINCINNATI
    1:00 PM (ET)
    CBS


    INDIANAPOLIS AT CLEVELAND
    1:00 PM (ET)
    CBS

    CAROLINA AT GREEN BAY
    12:00 PM (CT)
    FOX

    MIAMI AT ST. LOUIS
    12:00 PM (CT)
    CBS

    NEW ORLEANS AT TAMPA BAY
    1:00 PM (ET)
    FOX

    N.Y. GIANTS AT WASHINGTON
    1:00 PM (ET)
    FOX

    ATLANTA AT SAN DIEGO
    1:05 PM (PT)
    FOX

    PITTSBURGH AT NEW ENGLAND
    4:15 PM (ET)
    CBS

    DENVER AT N.Y. JETS*
    4:15 PM (ET)
    CBS

    KANSAS CITY AT OAKLAND
    1:15 PM (PT)
    CBS

    CHICAGO AT MINNESOTA
    7:15 PM (CT)
    NBC




    MONDAY, DECEMBER 1



    JACKSONVILLE AT HOUSTON
    7:30 PM (CT)
    ESPN
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    Re: Flex game schedule?

    Redskins game getting flexed would be a nightmare of epic proportions for me. Both my sons have babysitting gigs




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    Re: Flex game schedule?

    I don't want the Deadskins game flexed, taking my oldest son for his 11th BD, that would be a major disaster. By the time the game is over & getting home on light rail, that doesn't work. I can see a 415 game maybe one or both weeks, but we will not know until next Tuesday (11/25) for 12/7 & the following Tuesday (12/2) for 12/14. The rule is 12 days out the schedule must be set. Also, CBS & FOX can protect games.


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    Re: Flex game schedule?

    Quote Originally Posted by PARavensJeff View Post
    Also, CBS & FOX can protect games.
    At the beginning of the season only. Plus, the NFL can override it if they see fit anyway.
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    Re: Flex game schedule?

    Our stellar performance vs. the Giants took some of the luster off the Ravens. I doubt the Redskins game will be flexed, but if we are still within a game of Pittsburgh after this weekend that one may be.


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    Re: Flex game schedule?

    The SNF for the week we play the Steelers is (I think, might have them the wrong way round) Cowboys vs Giants, in which case NBC will stick with that and we won't be moved to the late late kickoff, but I'd guess we might get bumped to a 4.15 kick. We've had less important games that this one (potentially) moved up before.




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