Don't have DirecTV's NFL Sunday Ticket? Well, neither do I. But I'll tell you what, after yet another season of limited network viewing choices, I might have to ask Mr. Kringle to get me the Ticket for next year's NFL season. The highlight of the day on terrestrial television is of course New England visiting Washington, but those in the area also get to see the undefeated Packers and some kid named Tebow in the late game window. After the jump, your NFL Week 14 television schedule:
Early Game, CBS, New England @ Washington: Can the Washington defense slow down Tom Brady and the Patriots video game offense, particularly the tight ends? Will Rex Grossman be able to exploit a New England secondary that is so awful they have turned to wide receivers to shore things up? Hope for a shootout and some early Washington points, or this thing could get out of hand quickly. Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf have the call.
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Late Game, CBS, Oakland @ Green Bay: The undefeated Packers welcome the lords of the penalty, Oakland, to Lambeau Field Sunday. Carson Palmer is good for at least one pick six in this game. Packers win again. Jim Nantz and Phil Simms annoy you as the broadcast team.
Late Game, FOX, Chicago @ Denver: Tebow. Tebow. Tebow. There, I just summed up the broadcast Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, and Tony Siragusa will give viewers for three and a half hours Sunday afternoon. On a completely different note, people mock Rex Grossman, but man, compared to Caleb Hanie Mr. Grossman looks like Johnny Unitas.