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It's one of the best weekends in football! The NFL has announced the 2011/12 Wildcard Playoff schedule for next weekend. First off, the Texans (10-6) face the Bengals (9-7) on Saturday, Jan. 7 at 4:30 p.m. Eastern for an AFC spot. Then, the 13-3 Saints host the 10-6 Lions at 8:00 p.m. Eastern for an NFC spot.
This year's Super Bowl will be available streaming over the internet, as well as two wild card games and the Pro Bowl. NBC announced the news yesterday which will give viewers access to those games on PCs via NBC.com and NFL.com.
There are some great NFL games scheduled this weekend starting off with a special Saturday game featuring Dallas (7-6) against Tampa Bay (4-9) at 8:20 PM Eastern. On Sunday, Washington (4-9) faces the New York Giants (7-6), Cincinnati (7-6) plays Pittsburgh (10-3), and Oakland (7-6) hosts Detroit (8-5). But all games seem to be overshadowed by the hottest ticket in town - Denver vs. New England.
Here's the schedule for Week 10 of the NFL season. Can Philadelphia turn it around after a hard loss last week against the Chicago Bears? Will Pittsburgh feel the loss of LaMarr Woodley who is expected to miss the game against the Bengals today -- his second straight missed game? And can the Patriots prove
DirecTV and Fox parent News Corporation said last night they have reached an agreement to keep Fox channels on DirecTV systems. The channels threatened to be shut-off included FX, National Geographic Channel, FOX Soccer and regional sports channels among others. According to sources, the two companies came to an agreement just nine hours before the proposed shut-off date of November 1.
Monday night football will again open this year with a doubleheader of football action. At Sun Life Stadium we'll see the Miami Dolphins take on New England Patriots at 7:00 PM Eastern Time. And, at 10:15 PM Eastern you can catch the Oakland Raiders face the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium. Both games will be broadcast on sports network ESPN.
Here's the schedule for the 2011 NHL playoffs. This year we find the Boston Bruins in their first hockey finals appearance since 1990 versus the Vancouver Canucks who last made a Stanley Cup attempt in 1994. Check your local listings for HD coverage on CBS, NBC, RDS or VERSUS depending on your location.