Sunday , 22 January 2017

The most promising games of the 2015 NFL schedule

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New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys, September 13, 8:30 PM
The season opens with a pace-setting NFC East matchup. The Giants are coming off an injury-filled regret of a season while the Cowboys are the new division favorite. This game could go a long way to showing if that will be the case at the end of the season

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Buffalo Bills at Philadelphia Eagles, December 13, 1 PM
With a new coach, a shiny new running back, and a lot of new support all over the field, the Bills have two primetime games for the first time in nine years. But it’s this early match-up that will have McCoy show Chip Kelly how wrong he was to deal him.

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New England Patriots at Indianapolis Colts, October 18, 8:30 PM
The Colts are trying to make a push to be one of the league’s new heavy-hitters, but they have to start with beating the pesky Patriots, who have dominated Andrew Luck all four times they’ve met by at least 21 point each time.

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Green Bay Packers at Denver Broncos, November 1, 8:30 PM
Manning and Rodgers have surprisingly only played once, when Manning was on the Colts. Two of the best QBs in the game make for another great Sunday night game.

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Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles, September 20, 4:25 PM
DeMarco Murray gets his first chance to show the Cowboys why he was worth more cap space than anyone else on the roster.

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New England Patriots at Denver Broncos, November 29, 8:30 PM
Another year, and us lucky football fans get another Brady vs. Manning showdown. Manning will never catch up to Brady’s 11-5 record over him, but he will try to make a little dent in it this year.

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Dallas Cowboys at Green Bay Packers, December 13, 4:25 PM
The most contested play of last year gets a replay in week 14, and Dez Bryant might have a bit of a monkey on his back about it.

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Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers, September 20, 8:30 PM
But the entire Packers team has a monkey on their back about letting their Super Bowl chances slip away in an overtime classic. This early-season primetime slugfest is a must-watch.