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Five games to watch this weekend, from NBC SportsTalk

It’s Saturday morning.  There’s nothing on TV other than infomercials and the neverending SportsCenter loop.

But there was something on TV last night, and you may have missed it.  The Friday edition of NBC SportsTalk on VERSUS is fully devoted to the NFL, with Russ Thaler hosting, Peter King at the big desk, Rosenthal making a fantasy-football cameo, and yours truly via remote camera hookup over an ultra-double-high-speed Internet connection.

Among other things, we go over a series of five games to watch for the coming weekend.  They aren’t necessarily the five best games, since we go in-depth on other contests elsewhere in the show.  But in this specific segment, it’s a quick look at a quintet of games.

If you missed it, here’s your chance to redeem yourself.

Good luck.  I know you can do it.

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6 Responses to “Five games to watch this weekend, from NBC SportsTalk”
  1. medtxpack says: Nov 5, 2011 10:49 AM

    Saints/Bucs: Bucs D needs to show up, Bress can’t do it all. He doesnt…
    Bucs 31 Saints 24

    Jets are eagerly looking for a big win, these are not the same old Bills.
    Bills 21 Jets 16

    Rivers and Turner are too confused, 3 of the 4 wins agaisnt sub 500 teams, You cant stop Aaron Rodgers, all healthy.
    Pack 38 Chargers 20

    Chiefs just had to watch tape from the OT period from last week to get pumped, Fins need to finish, they dont in Arrowhead.
    Chiefs 25 Fins 21

  2. goawayeverybody says: Nov 5, 2011 11:55 AM

    Saints 89, Bucs 29
    Chiefs 55, Dolphins 7
    Bills 17, Jets 17 (tie)
    Chargers 28, Packers 24
    Ravens 21, Steelers 17

  3. keramidas21 says: Nov 5, 2011 12:13 PM

    How are the Chiefs the hottest team in the NFL? Yeah, they’ve won four in a row, but the Packers have won thirteen in a row.

  4. bsreimer says: Nov 5, 2011 12:30 PM

    I don’t understand how people can pick the Chargers on short rest against the undefeated Champs on a week’s rest. And especially after the debacle in KC on Monday. Are there NFL defenses that can stop Arod right now?

  5. warvette says: Nov 5, 2011 1:02 PM

    packers will win mightily

  6. redbullenergydrink says: Nov 5, 2011 2:02 PM

    Bsreimer, all I have to say is on ANY GIVEN SUNDAY…

    (Just ask the Saints).

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