It’s another NFL week. As always, here are the NFL Broadcast maps for week 11 of the NFL season from 506 Sports. The injury report for this week is located at NFL.com. And, don’t forget about the Mascot Battle for this week.
Since Denver-Kansas City will be the Sunday Night Football game, Chicago and Baltimore will be the nationally televised game for CBS. Melissa Rubin has a preview of the game for Aerys.
Also, it seems that the Cleveland Browns lost a championship trophy, recently. I’ll let you make the Lombardi Trophy joke.
The New York Times has a feature on LOUD STADIUMS. EVERYBODY WANTS TO BE LOUD BECAUSE FOOTBALL GAMES ARE SUPPOSED TO BE THAT WAY OR SOMETHING. I HAVE NO IDEA WHY I AM TYPING IN ALL CAPS AND FOR THIS I APOLOGIZE.
THE NEW YORK…I mean…the New York Daily News reports that Super Bowl volunteers will be paid.
The Seattle Times makes the pitch to consider Seahawks Head Coach Pete Carroll as NFL Coach of the Year. Seems early, but what do I know?
Speaking of Seattle, there is also a column on Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate.
With the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination approaching, the Press Democrat has a column on the anniversary and how it was tied into the NFL during the time.
If you want a great article to read about the NFL and the JFK assassination, Charlie Pierce wrote an article 10 years ago for Sports Illustrated. I definitely recommend reading this.
Bob Grotz of the Delaware County Daily Times has a column on Michael Vick and his status as a quarterback with the Eagles.
Enjoy your Sunday!