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Five games to watch for the coming NFL weekend

Every Friday on NBC SportsTalk, Peter King, Russ Thaler, and I devote a segment of the show to five games to watch for the weekend.  And, inevitably, we get complaints due to the five games chosen.

Those of you who watch the entire show know that other games, such as for Week 8 Cowboys-Eagles and Jags-Texans, receive separate treatment elsewhere in the program.

Those of you who don’t watch the entire show hopefully now believe that you are missing something, and will resolve to watch the entire show every week for the balance of the year.

You can commence the process of making up for the fact that you haven’t been watching the entire show by watching this week’s segment regarding five games to watch.

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11 Responses to “Five games to watch for the coming NFL weekend”
  1. picksix401 says: Oct 29, 2011 9:36 AM

    those last two paragraphs sound like some serious brainwashing… therefore i willn’t watch your video

  2. jbaxt says: Oct 29, 2011 10:40 AM

    I saw a picture of Teblow so I know your opion of the 5 best games is terribly flawed. No need to watch.

  3. ahs2 says: Oct 29, 2011 10:43 AM

    Champ Bailey is going to eliminate Calvin Johnson?!?! Bwa-ha-ha-ha-ha!!!! Yeah, ok!!

  4. ahs2 says: Oct 29, 2011 10:46 AM

    Anybody picking the Broncos over the Lions is delusional…in Reality World, you have a team that got lucky to win one game (against a winless team) going against a ticked-off 5-2 team who hasn’t lost on the road. Tebowmania is outta control!!

  5. redbullenergydrink says: Oct 29, 2011 11:07 AM

    Broncos > Lions.

  6. rocketdogsports says: Oct 29, 2011 11:58 AM

    Tebow will be exposed for the bust he is on Sunday.

  7. houseofspears90 says: Oct 29, 2011 12:51 PM

    This is another ediculous hyping by the media. Because Tebow pulled out an unlikely win against a winless Miami team they are now the best team ever. However, if Detroit wins then next week the same media will just say Detroit beat a bad 2-5 team.

  8. deadmanwalking47 says: Oct 29, 2011 2:37 PM

    I dont know why everybody bashes tebow! he’s a good person and he’s accomplished more in his 24 years than most anybody else will accomplish in a lifetime even if he never wins another football game!
    he is certainly nowhere close to being the bust that russell,ryan leaf or heath shuler were! GTFU people!

  9. b1rdbath says: Oct 29, 2011 4:29 PM

    deadmanwalking47 says:
    I dont know why everybody bashes tebow! he’s a good person and he’s accomplished more in his 24 years than most anybody else will accomplish in a lifetime even if he never wins another football game!
    ____________________________________

    So what? He’s a good person? He accomplished a lot in college? OK. That’s fine he still sucks in the NFL.

    That’s what goes on here. We whine and complain about NFL players.

    So what someones a good person.
    Gandhi was a good person. Should he suit up for the Broncos?

  10. cytofed says: Oct 29, 2011 5:01 PM

    @deadmanwalking47

    I agreed, Tebow is a great person. Kids who play football should look up to this guy. Would be nice to see him become an icon one day. Maybe if Meyer take the Dolphins job he will trade for Tebow.

  11. bunjy96 says: Oct 29, 2011 5:04 PM

    Be better if we could read it!

    Don’t do video clips, here or anywhere else.

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