Due to Tuesday Night Football, NFL Network has slid the NFL Replay games to a special time at 3 a.m. Wednesday in the East, midnight in the West. So it means you won’t be able to watch them “live” so to speak, but you’ll probably want to DVR them if you like watching the games again which have NFL Films footage and radio calls interspersed. Here are the games on NFL Replay that technically take place throughout Wednesday.
NFL Network’s Wednesday Morning “Field Pass” ScheduleWednesday, December 29NFL Replay airs at a later time on NFL Network due to the special Minnesota Vikings-Philadelphia Eagles game Tuesday at 8:00 PM ET on NBC. NFL Replay will begin at 3:00 AM ET/Midnight PT on Tuesday, Dec. 28.
- 3:00 AM ET/Midnight PT NFL Replay: Indianapolis Colts at Oakland Raiders (re-airs on Wednesday, Dec. 29 at 1:00 PM ET)Peyton Manning threw for 179 yards and three touchdowns in the Colts’ 31-26 victory over the Oakland Raiders to keep Indianapolis in playoff contention.
- 4:15 AM ET/1:15 AM PT NFL Replay: New York Giants at Green Bay Packers (re-airs on Wednesday, Dec. 29 at 2:15 PM ET)Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw for 404 yards and four touchdowns as the Packers defeated the New York Giants 45-17 to remain in the playoff hunt.
- 5:30 AM ET/2:30 AM PT Best of Sound FX: Tony Romo (re-airs on Wednesday, Dec. 29 at 3:30 PM ET)Best of the on-field sights and sounds of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo.***NFL Total Access Pro Bowl Selection Show on Tuesday, Dec. 28 at 7:00 PM ETThe AFC and NFC Pro Bowl rosters will be revealed on a special edition of NFL Total Access on Tuesday, Dec. 28 at 7:00 PM ET on NFL Network. Fran Charles and Charles Davis are joined by new NFL Network analyst and seven-time Pro Bowl selection, Torry Holt to analyze and debate the players who will play in the 2011 Pro Bowl on Sunday, January 30 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii at 7:00 PM ET.
And here are the replay games for the normally scheduled times on Wednesday.
NFL Network’s Wednesday Night “Field Pass” ScheduleWednesday, December 29
- 8:00 PM ET NFL Replay: New York Jets at Chicago BearsChicago quarterback Jay Cutler threw three touchdown passes and running back Matt Forte rushed for 113 yards as the Bears moved closer to securing a first-round bye in the playoffs with a 38-34 victory over the New York Jets.
- 9:15 PM ET NFL Replay: New Orleans Saints at Atlanta FalconsNew Orleans quarterback Drew Brees threw a six-yard touchdown pass to tight end Jimmy Graham with 3:24 left in the game to lead the Saints to a 17-14 victory over the Atlanta Falcons. With the win, the defending Super Bowl champions clinched a playoff berth.
- 10:30 PM ET Sound FX: Week 16A compilation of the best sights and sounds from around the league from Week 16 including wired sound of Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and Denver quarterback Tim Tebow.NFL Replay offers an exclusive look at the previous week’s games in a condensed, 75-minute, high-octane format. With the use of bonus NFL Films and NFL Network footage, including never-before-seen camera angles and coaches’ commentary, combined with exclusive wired sound from the field, locker rooms and sidelines, viewers will experience the game like never before.Both 75-minute NFL Replay programs are a part of the new ‘Field Pass’ block airing every Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:00-11:00 PM ET. ‘Field Pass’ takes fans inside the game like never before with exclusive NFL Films footage and sound. Following NFL Replay at 10:30 PM ET is Sound FX featuring a ‘best of’ theme highlighting an NFL great on Tuesday nights and a compilation of the sound from the previous Sunday’s games on Wednesday.***No Huddle: The Road to Dallas Premieres Thursday, Dec. 30 at 8:00 PM ETNo Huddle: The Road to Dallas is a weekly roundtable show in which NFL Network analysts discuss and debate the hot topics in the NFL heading into the playoffs. The show airs every Thursday at 8:00 PM ET on NFL Network throughout the playoffs. This week’s analysts include former NFL executive Michael Lombardi and Super Bowl winners Warren Sapp, Kurt Warner and Brian Billick.
After the jump, you have the NFL GameDay Final quotes from Sunday evening.
Week 16 (12/26/10) – Quotable fromNFL GameDay Final on NFL Network(Airs Sundays at 11:30 PM ET)“When he comes back, everything seems to fall into place. He’s in a rhythm, he has a full grasp of this offense, and he knows all of the receivers’ tendencies. He’s the complete quarterback.”– Deion Sanders on Packers QB Aaron Rodgers who threw for 404 yards and four touchdowns after sitting out a game with a concussion“The Giants have been too inconsistent to get anything done in the playoffs, if they get there at all.”– Steve Mariucci on the New York Giants after a 45-17 loss to the Green Bay Packers“Defensively, that secondary is unbelievable. They can cover anyone.”– Deion Sanders on the Green Bay Packers secondary that intercepted Eli Manning four times“I’m speechless because it seems the Giants did the same thing a year ago. I don’t know if it’s because of the coaching style of Tom Coughlin and the way they practice that they fizzle out at the conclusion of the season, that they grow weary and they’re tired and exhausted. But they did the same thing [last year]. This is just who they are.”– Deion Sanders on the New York Giants who have lost four of their last seven games“The Giants put it on a platter: four interceptions by Eli Manning and two fumbles by your starting running backs. You can’t win like that.”– Deion Sanders on the New York Giants, who had six turnovers in a 45-17 loss to the Green Bay Packers“If I have a minute left in the game and no timeouts, I don’t care what the situation is: give me Tom Brady.”– Deion Sanders on who he would take as his starting QB: Tom Brady or Michael Vick“He’s going to be in the discussion of greatest ever, not just MVP this year.”– Steve Mariucci on New England QB Tom Brady, who has thrown an NFL-record 319 consecutive pass attempts without an interception“For three and a half quarters [against the Philadelphia Eagles last week], the Giants dominated that game and played like Super Bowl champions. We didn’t see that today.”– Steve Mariucci on the New York Giants in the last two games“Ever since the bye week, Matt Forte has played a big part of this offense, especially on the ground.”– Steve Mariucci on Bears RB Matt Forte, who rushed for 113 yards and one touchdown in 38-34 victory over the New York Jets“Every now and then he’ll take chances. He trusts his arm, he thinks he can fit it in there most of the time, and every now and then he’ll get in trouble like this.”– Steve Mariucci on Bears QB Jay Cutler throwing an interception returned for a touchdown“Ever since the bye week, he is becoming better and better in their passing game with Mike Martz. They are a very dangerous team and a confident team right now.”– Steve Mariucci on Chicago QB Jay Cutler and the Bears“For the second straight year, they backed their way into the playoffs. They’re doing it once again and there’s no telling what can happen because this team has all of the intangibles to go deep into the playoffs.”– Deion Sanders on the New York Jets who clinched a playoff berth despite a 38-34 loss to the Chicago Bears“They are banged up like crazy but Peyton Manning is willing this team to victory.”– Steve Mariucci on the Indianapolis Colts who can win the AFC South division with a victory next week“I’m not riding with the Jacksonville Jaguars if ‘Pocket Hercules’ is not there. They need him. He is the heartbeat of that team.”– Deion Sanders on Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew“When you have quarterback issues, it’s very difficult for any coach anywhere to win, and they had quarterback issues all the way up to today.”– Steve Mariucci on the San Francisco 49ers“Forget his delivery and his arm action and his accuracy; he gets the job done.”– Deion Sanders on Broncos QB Tim Tebow, who threw for 308 yards and a touchdown in a 24-23 victory over the Houston Texans“They are two evenly matched teams. The difference a little bit is Drew Brees is becoming very one-dimensional now with the Saints. They’re not running the ball like they should, like Atlanta does with Michael Turner.”– Steve Mariucci on the New Orleans Saints-Atlanta Falcons matchup on Monday nightSteve Trout Reports from Philadelphia:The Vikings spent the day watching football and watching movies. They’ll have a walk-through Monday at the Eagles’ practice facility. The Eagles sent their players home from the team hotel Sunday afternoon. They’ll bring them back Monday for a walk-through, and then check back into the hotel Monday night. The coaches are hard at work. In addition for preparing for the Vikings, they’ve got to keep their eye on the Cowboys next week. It’s all as Andy Reid would say “Going with the flow.” Or going with the snow.*** Additional exclusive video clips from Sunday’s NFL GameDay are available on NFL.com. Click on the video segments. These videos include:- Let’s Go Primetime: Deion Sanders counts down the top 10 performances from Week 16.- Sunday Recap: Fran Charles, Steve Mariucci and Deion Sanders recap the biggest play from every Week 16 game.- Week 16: RedZone Top 10: Scott Hanson looks back at the 10 best moments from Week 16 on NFL Network’s RedZone.- And many more Week 16 game highlights and postgame video only on NFL.com
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