Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Hump Day: Headin' down the homestretch

Would you believe that we're almost done with our 16 game preview of the 2008 NFL season? Well believe it! On Monday, we gave a look at weeks 11 and 12. Today, we will take a look at weeks 13 and 14.

Week 13 will be significant because that's when Thanksgiving is. Three games are scheduled on Thanksgiving. However, I only plan on profiling one. So I'll give you the other two. They are: Tennessee Titans at Detroit Lions- 12:30 PM ET on CBS and Arizona Cardinals at Philadelphia Eagles- 8:15 PM ET on NFL Network

Here's a look at the rest of week 13...

Week 13- Thurs. Nov. 27, 30 and Dec. 1

Seattle Seahawks at Dallas Cowboys- This will be without a doubt the game to watch as you're going back for seconds. Running back Julius Jones will make his return to Dallas for the first time since signing as a free agent to the Seahawks.

Also of note, this will be the final Thanksgiving Day game in Texas Stadium. Will the tears shed? Not yet! You should expect a great game, nonetheless- 4:15 PM ET on FOX

Indianapolis Colts at Cleveland Browns- This game narrowly beat out the Jaguars and Texans Monday Night game. The Colts are going to Cleveland. In case you haven't heard, it can be pretty cold in late November- 1 PM ET on CBS

Pittsburgh Steelers at New England Patriots- If those Patriots are still undefeated by the time week 13 rolls around, I'll be shocked. You know the rest, Brady vs. Burger-meister- 4:15 PM ET on CBS

Week 14- Thurs. Dec. 4, 7 & 8

Washington Redskins at Baltimore Ravens- Is this really an away game for the Redskins if the drive is only 45 minutes?- 1 PM ET on FOX

Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills (Toronto)- The first game in Canada since......Okay it's the first game in Canada. Could this be the new home of the Bills- 4:05 PM ET on CBS

Dallas Cowboys at Pittsburgh Steelers- Two historic teams clashing at each other. Or as I like to call it, three hours of listening to Joe Buck- 4:15 PM ET on FOX

That's all I have for now. I'll see you guys on Friday.

Oh No Romo

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