Coverage Map Week 4

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  1. b0ng

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    http://www.the506.com/temp11.html

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    Gonna be the top game on CBS in the 1pm slot. Lots of people (it looks like) are interested in seeing if we can beat a team that has not looked as good as it normally does this season.
     
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  4. Thorn

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    Damn. We've had more Super Bowls lately than the Steelers!! :lol:
     
  5. El Tejano

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    Well if we win, that gives me an excuse to take a week off from work. Thanks.
     
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    You only take off when we win a big game....... Workaholic, you are.
     
  7. Khari

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    Um what NFL rule means there's no game in Dallas...
     
  8. Vinny

    Vinny shiny happy fan Staff Member

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    Is Matt Hasselbeck such a continuing interest that Seattle schedules a crappy game (TN vs CLE) instead of two of the top teams in the AFC in an early, *cough*, *cough*, AFC playoff preview?
     


  9. JCTexan

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    I find it interesting that Seattle will be getting the Tennessee game. They must be interested in watching Hasselbeck?
     
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    To the grey areas. What NFL rule?
     
  11. HTown2ATX

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    Ah......that makes sense....I just send this map to a co worker and we both missed the obvious on that one...both confused on Seattle but that makes sense.

    Wondering Why KC and St Louis blacking us out.

    Lol @ Dallas blacking us out.....tricks
     
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    If your home team is at home - there will not be another game opposite it on TV.

    Yay - we don't have to watch the cowgirls.
     
  14. TexanSam

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    I think all 3 markets have to black us out because they have home games at the same time we do.
     
  15. Errant Hothy

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    No network can air a game that will compete against a home team in it's own market, if that game is not subject to blackout.

    Since the Cowboys game is a) in Arlington b) a noon kick and c) a sellout the local CBS cannot air any of the early AFC games.
     
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    Yeah, which means that even though we are on as the CBS prime game, more people around the country will be watching Romo get crushed by the Lions
     
  17. JCTexan

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    Not really. If you look at both maps the Houston game is being shown in more States than the Dallas game. A lot of places will be having both games though.
     
  18. DexmanC

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    Wow. The last time The Texans played a game on CBS with this much
    coverage, we got curbstomped at home by the Jets. This is an opportunity
    for this team to blast onto the national stage, or humiliate its fans at home
    (again.). C'mon Kubiak, BREAK THE PATTERN!!!
     
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    I noticed in week 2, both Dallas and Houston were on the road playing at 3pm. Dallas showed NE/SD instead of the Texans, and Houston showed the Saints game instead of the cowgirls. Did this have anything to do with the rule or was it more what they thought people wanted to see?????
     
  20. Errant Hothy

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    Nothing to do with the rule, the choice of games in that instance is left up to the local affliate. Rule only applies to the home team's market.
     

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