daniel anderson

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  1. I'm sorry, but i'm an't buying what you said. The NFL game will draw more viewers than the Red Carpet, especially if the game is close.
  2. I have to disagree. The NFL game will draw more viewers than the Red Carpet show will.
  3. NBC getting Eagles/Bears+Golden Globe Awards- ratings winner.
  4. daniel anderson

    Would the NFL allow this?

    Would the league allow the host team's city to switch to a more competitive game? The last time this was allowed, was when NBC switched from the Jets-Patriots game in 1990 to the Dolphins-Bills game in NYC.
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    How the NFL should have had the 4:25 games Week 17

    I believe the reason why the NFL goes with all divisional matchups in week 17 was in 2006, Fox had to switch many markets to the 49ers-Broncos game, due to results from earlier games. Having a all divisional schedule reduces that happening.
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    Should the NFL get rid of the "Mandtory Kickoff" rule?

    To your first point, Colts games could have started at 4:00, since that would have not conflicted with the early games. You say that CBS has to air "60 Minutes" and complete it no later than 9:00 PM Eastern Time, well see the AFC championship games in recent years, when "60" started at 10:30. My idea, would be for the NFL to strip NBC of it's exclusivity on Sunday Nights, and let Fox cover a game at 8:35 PM ET start.
  7. daniel anderson

    Should the NFL get rid of the "Mandtory Kickoff" rule?

    What about CBS or Fox showing the "A" game, but also bringing in the end of the 2nd game, with that game starting 30 minutes after the "A" game begins?
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    Should the NFL get rid of the "Mandtory Kickoff" rule?

    I a lot of people were unhappy about what happened at the end of the Giants-Panthers game and the Browns-Ravens game . But here is the problem- The NFL is stuck between a rock and a hard place here. While it would like to please everyone by sticking with a fantastic finish, it knows the uproar that would occur if a start of a local game is missed. But they can't override the local break, since that is supposed to happen at 4:23. If Fox wanted to, delay the late game till 4:30.
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    Is it time for Fox and CBS to have doubleheaders each week?

    But that means ABC would need to take 2 games away from Fox or CBS, same thing with NBC. For example, ABC could have took Cincinnati @ Carolina and LA Chargers @ LA Rams for a doubleheader. NBC then could have taken the NY Giants @ Houston and Chicago @ Arizona games for a doubleheader.
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    Is it time for Fox and CBS to have doubleheaders each week?

    If the NFL would change the starting time for the late games to 5:00, and Sunday Night Football to 9:00, it wouldn't happen so much?
  11. Example: CBS couldn't show the Browns-Steelers game when it went into OT because it was Fox's doubleheader, same thing with Fox and the Vikings-Packers game in week 2. Should be rules be modified to allow OT games to be shown?
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    Should the NFL get rid of the "Mandtory Kickoff" rule?

    I do remember there was some backlash over ABC having to cut off a USFL playoff game that went into overtime(was the longest game ever) because of the prime time access rule, although some ABC stations(i know that Cleveland was one) ignored the cutaway and kept showing the game.
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    When the Eagles were chasing a playoff berth in 2008...

    I switched between the Giants/Vikings game and the Bears/Texans game, while also watching the Bucs-Raiders game a bit too. Having Sunday Ticket was good back then. I had the game mix, so changed the audio between those 3.
  14. Why did Fox in Philly show Giants-Vikings when Bears-Texans had more importance to Eagles fans? CBS showed Bucs-Raiders in Philly, so maybe the Giants being the Eagles rivals had something to do with it. When did the practice of showing games with importance to the other team start?
  15. daniel anderson

    18 Games: An Offer The NFLPA Can't Refuse!

    I wonder if that's why ABC affiliates schedule infomercials for that particular week. That way, if a CFB game needs to be pushed back a week due to unforeseeable circumstances, ABC or CBS can simply drop the infomercials. In 2001, my ABC station had a full schedule of infomercials, but had to drop part of that to carry the Notre Dame-Purdue game due to 9/11.