Being a Jets fan has to be a traumatic experience.
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The entire Week 16 slate save for one game is being played on Sunday and yet there are still only three games in the late afternoon slot.
It's a shame that the Jets and Jaguars already had their meeting this season, because right now would have been perfect for maximized levels of abject derpitude.
After getting a decisive statement victory over the Giants last Sunday, a very Atlanta response would be dropping the follow-up against the Lions, if for no other reason than to give all the pundits.
Oh geez, for as good as the early afternoon slate was for Week 15, the late afternoon games are proportionately awful.
There will be a lot of observances and outpourings of grief for the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary shootings, as there should be in the wake of that horrific tragedy.
This afternoon, Jacksonville welcomes the Jets to JagRag Stadium.
Sure, the Steelers are about to lose another game to their division-leading rivals because of injuries, but Casey Hampton ain't care.
via What was once just a lackluster early afternoon slate of games is instead a somber three hours headlined by the most depressing game possible.
Even though Alex Smith has been medically cleared to return to the starting lineup, it will ultimately be his eminent mediocrity that will keep him held out in favor of Colin Kaepernick under center.
A happy Thanksgiving to you and yours and the Zendejas.
Nick Foles showed up to Eagles headquarters this week in UGGs, earning the ridicule of LeSean McCoy and possibly instilling hope in the most deluded Iggles fans that he's the next coming of Troll Brady.
The exhilarating suffering of Cowboys and Eagles fans, together in one convenient location.
Hakeem Nicks has seen his production on the field diminish in 2012 compared to years past, which is something that tends to happen when a receiver sustains a broken bone in their foot just prior to the start of the season.
via The combination of bye weeks and regular Thursday Night Football leaves us with a two game late afternoon slate, topped by 3-3 teams vying for supremacy of a perfect storm of mediocrity.
Against the better judgment of probably everyone, Terrell Suggs appears ready to make his season debut this afternoon in Houston, where the only two AFC teams above.