NFL Week 15 Schedule Updates

This information is also listed in the form of updates on the regular weekly tri-state schedule posting, but I thought it deserved a post of its own.

***UPDATE #3***

It is confirmed now on the506.com that most areas that were going to get SF/Philly, including the tri-state area that I blog on, are now going to get Atl/NYJ, which is apparently being left in the 1pm window despite the harsh weather. California, Reno, and South Bend are being switched to AZ/Det instead. At 4:15pm most of the Mid-Atlantic/NE corridor, the West Coast (with the exception of the NW which gets Seattle games) and the SW as far east as TX/OK will get the SF/Philly game instead of GB/Pitt. On CBS the Philadelphia and San Francisco stations will get a 1pm game instead of a 4:05 game to comport with the switch; looks to be NE/Buf in both cases.

***UPDATE #2***

Now the 49ers @ Eagles game has also been pushed back to 4:15pm due to the snowstorm along the East coast. The506.com has not updated the coverage maps yet, but my assumption is those that were going to get the Eagles game (and originally were going to get the Ravens game) will now get Atlanta @ NY Jets at 1pm on Fox. If that game doesn’t get moved back. It and Arizona @ Detroit are the only games left on the 1pm Fox schedule. At what point do they consider moving Packers/Steelers back up to 1pm to be featured at 1pm with regional coverage at 4:15pm? I would almost think they would really want to consider it, especially if the New York game gets pushed back. It should also be noted that the Bears waited too late to get out of Chicago Friday night and their flight got cancelled. They are hoping to fly into Baltimore tonight, but if that doesn’t happen that game would have to be moved to Monday Night. What a mess.

***UPDATE***

Due to the forecasted Nor’Easter impacting the eastern seaboard this weekend the NFL, at the city of Baltimore’s request, has pushed back the Bears/Ravens game to 4:15pm. It will be seen in that timeslot in the Baltimore and Chicago primary/secondary markets only with the rest of the country getting Green Bay @ Pittsburgh or Tampa @ Seattle as originally planned. Also as a result the CBS affiliates in Chicago and Baltimore will not show Cincinnati @ San Diego at 4:05 but move into the 1pm slot and pick up Miami @ Tennessee. At 1pm all markets originally scheduled for Bears/Ravens, including the Pittsburgh, Youngstown, and Wheeling markets that I weekly blog about, will get San Fransisco @ Philadelphia, whose start time has not been changed. Kenny Albert, Moose, and Goose on the call.

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