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why is there no sunday night football?


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i wasn't aware of this, nor am i happy about it. anyone know why? am i under a rock here?






Seeing as how the NFL has NEVER scheduled a Sunday night game opposite the World Series, I'd say you must've been under that rock for quite a while.

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Seeing as how the NFL has NEVER scheduled a Sunday night game opposite the World Series, I'd say you must've been under that rock for quite a while.









The NFL knows it does not want to compete with the World Series. Baseball is America's past time, however football is America's passion!

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Baseball is so dull... :D






I'm not saying you have to hang on every pitch; I just can't believe a sports fan isn't at least peripherally aware of the WS, whether or not you hate baseball.


I didn't get into MLB until 7-8 years ago, but I always watched a WS game or two and knew who was playing.

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No good matchups this week.  Sunday night footbal is designated for epic battles like the Cardinals vs. the 49ers.








And don't forget about that stellar Texans/Seahawks matchup last week.

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from nfl.com


Chiefs-Dolphins game moved to Oct. 21



(Oct. 20, 2005) -- The game between the Miami Dolphins and the Kansas City Chiefs was rescheduled to Friday night, Oct. 21, to beat Hurricane Wilma's arrival in Florida.


The game will begin at 7 p.m. ET instead of Sunday afternoon, which is about when Wilma is expected to hit Florida's southwestern coast.


NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said broadcast and television details were being worked out.


It's the third time since the start of the 2004 season that the Dolphins have rescheduled a home game because of a looming hurricane. Last year's home opener against Tennessee was played a day early because of Hurricane Ivan, and the Dolphins' Week 3 game with Pittsburgh was pushed back 7½ hours by Hurricane Jeanne.


Moving the game to this Friday night will enable emergency personnel and others in the South Florida community to focus on preparing for the approach of Hurricane Wilma.


CBS will televise the game live to the Miami and Kansas City primary and secondary markets, which are WFOR/Miami, WPEC/West Palm Beach and WINK/Ft. Myers in the Dolphins' area, and KCTV/Kansas City and WIBW/Topeka in the Chiefs' territory.


For customers of Sirius Satellite Radio, the game will be available live on Friday at 7 p.m. ET on Channel 121 for the Chiefs' radio broadcast and Channel 131 for the Dolphins' broadcast.


On NFL.com, fans can follow the GameCenter live on the scoreboard, or listen to the local radio broadcast of the game via the Field Pass subscription service. (Field Pass is available on a seven-day free trial basis for first-time subscribers.)


A tape-delayed telecast of the Dolphins-Chiefs game will be shown nationally on NFL Network on Sunday night, Oct. 23, at a time to be determined.


looks like there will be a game, sorta

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Baseball is the only game I can think of where it doesn't matter how far behind you are or how close to the end of the game it is, you can still win.  For that reason alone, baseball is a great game.







Because it is the only major pro team sport that isn't played by a clock.

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