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NFL TV Schedule, Week 7: Falcons-Lions, Raiders-Chiefs Are The Games To Watch

Oakland hosts the Chiefs, and the Niners have a bye. Apart from that, the Bay Area lucked out on their NFL TV schedule. See below, and big thanks to the506 for the coverage maps. 

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10 AM PT/1 PM ET, FOX: Atlanta Falcons @ Detroit Lions - Sam Rosen, Brian Billick: This is probably the NFL's game of the week, especially when you look at what's on the Sunday Night and Monday Night Schedule (trust me, you don't even want to look). Two high-powered NFC teams square off at Ford Field, where the Lions will look to bounce back from last week's loss to the streaking 49ers. I personally live in Seattle, and I'm more than a little bummed I won't get to watch this one live.

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1:15 PM PT/4:15 PM ET, FOX: Green Bay Packers @ Minnesota Vikings - Thom Brennaman, Troy Aikman: The Packers are pretty good, I'm not sure if you've heard. The Vikings aren't quite as good, probably. Minnesota will be led by a rookie named Christian Ponder in his first NFL start. The team they're facing is led by a guy who's probably the best young QB in the world, Aaron Rodgers. But you know what? It's the NFL, and the phrase 'Any Given Sunday' isn't just a reference to a crappy movie with Jamie Foxx. 

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1:15 PM PT/4:15 PM ET, CBS: Kansas City Chiefs @ Oakland Raiders - Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts: Raiders fans might have to wait another few weeks to see Carson Palmer in action. As of Friday night, it's not looking like he'll play, but there's always a chance they change their minds and trot him out there. With him or without him, the Raiders are riding high on emotion and a two-game win streak has bought them some momentum. The Chiefs will look to take the wind out of their sails and if Kyle Boller gets the start they might have a better chance. Check out our StoryStream on the game right here.

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