2017 Schedule

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    • 2017 Schedule

      Here is a mock schedule based on 2017 opponents:





      1Green Bay PackersThursday Night Special -- Super Bowl Rematch
      2At Houston Texans2 - 0
      3At Detroit Lions3 - 0
      4Tennessee TitansWelcome back, Dick. 4 - 0
      5Minnesota VikingsVikings no good on the road; 5 - 0
      6At Chicago BearsMNF. Bears get a primetime game only because they are hosting the Steelers. 6 - 0
      7Jacksonville Jaguars7 - 0
      8Baltimore RavensSNF for high TV ratings. Ravens worse in 2017. 8 - 0
      Bye
      10At Kansas City ChiefsMNF. Rematch of 2016 Divisional Round playoff game. First loss; ouch. 8 - 1
      11Cincinnati BengalsTwo in a row; 8 - 2.
      12At Indianapolis ColtsWill Andrew Luck be able to walk by Week 12? 9 - 2.
      13Cleveland BrownsBrowns will be starting their rookie QB. 10 -2.
      14At Baltimore RavensHard to beat them twice. 10 - 3.
      15New England PatriotsSNF. Flexed into prime time as the best game of the week. 11 - 3.
      16At Cleveland BrownsRG III will be back from his latest injury. 12 - 3.
      17At Cincinnati BengalsStarters rest in meaningless game; Bengals find a way to lose. 13 -3
      "In short, in life, as in a football game, the principle to follow is: Hit the line hard; don't foul and don't shirk, but hit the line hard!"
      Theodore Roosevelt, The Strenuous Life (1900)

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      DateOpponentTimeTV
      Sep. 10at Cleveland Browns1:00 PMCBS
      Sep. 17Minnesota Vikings1:00 PMFOX
      Sep. 24at Chicago Bears1:00 PMCBS
      Oct. 1at Baltimore Ravens1:00 PMCBS
      Oct. 8Jacksonville Jaguars1:00 PMCBS
      Oct. 15at Kansas City Chiefs4:25 PMCBS
      Oct. 22Cincinnati Bengals1:00 PMCBS
      Oct. 29at Detroit Lions 8:30 PMNBC
      Nov. 5BYE
      Nov. 12at Indianapolis Colts1:00 PMCBS
      Nov. 16Tennessee Titans (Thu)8:25 PMNBC/NFLN/Amazon
      Nov. 26Green Bay Packers 8:30 PMNBC
      Dec. 4at Cincinnati Bengals (Mon)8:30 PMESPN
      Dec. 10Baltimore Ravens 8:30 PMNBC
      Dec. 17New England Patriots4:25 PMCBS
      Dec. 25at Houston Texans (Mon)4:30 PMNBC/NFLN/Amazon
      Dec. 31Cleveland Browns1:00 PMCBS

      I love the mid-season bye.

      I like the Thursday game is at home against a beatable opponent.

      I like that the bye is sandwiched between away games.

      I like that the last game of the year is at home. Odd that they play Cleveland in the first and last weeks.

      Four primetime games in a row! Good for the out of town fans without DirecTV. Five primetime games altogether which is the max.

      KC and Patriots will be national broadcasts as well.

      Raven at home late in the year is great.

      Christmas two years in a row; not a fan.
      "In short, in life, as in a football game, the principle to follow is: Hit the line hard; don't foul and don't shirk, but hit the line hard!"
      Theodore Roosevelt, The Strenuous Life (1900)

      The post was edited 1 time, last by One Side Only ().

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      One Side Only wrote:

      DateOpponentTimeTV
      Sep. 10at Cleveland Browns1:00 PMCBS
      Sep. 17Minnesota Vikings1:00 PMFOX
      Sep. 24at Chicago Bears1:00 PMCBS
      Oct. 1at Baltimore Ravens1:00 PMCBS
      Oct. 8Jacksonville Jaguars1:00 PMCBS
      Oct. 15at Kansas City Chiefs4:25 PMCBS
      Oct. 22Cincinnati Bengals1:00 PMCBS
      Oct. 29at Detroit Lions8:30 PMNBC
      Nov. 5BYE
      Nov. 12at Indianapolis Colts1:00 PMCBS
      Nov. 16Tennessee Titans (Thu)8:25 PMNBC/NFLN/Amazon
      Nov. 26Green Bay Packers8:30 PMNBC
      Dec. 4at Cincinnati Bengals (Mon)8:30 PMESPN
      Dec. 10Baltimore Ravens8:30 PMNBC
      Dec. 17New England Patriots4:25 PMCBS
      Dec. 25at Houston Texans (Mon)4:30 PMNBC/NFLN/Amazon
      Dec. 31Cleveland Browns1:00 PMCBS

      I love the mid-season bye.

      I like the Thursday game is at home against a beatable opponent.

      I like that the bye is sandwiched between away games.

      I like that the last game of the year is at home. Odd that they play Cleveland in the first and last weeks.

      Four primetime games in a row! Good for the out of town fans without DirecTV. Five primetime games altogether which is the max.

      KC and Patriots will be national broadcasts as well.

      Raven at home late in the year is great.

      Christmas two years in a row; not a fan.
      couldn't agree more