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2013 NFL Preseason Week 1

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Station listings for local games from 506Sports: http://506sports.com/nfl-preseason-2013-week-1/

Thursday:
National Games:
Bengals @ Falcons: ESPN: 8 PM ET (Local OTA simulcasts: WLWT 5 (NBC – Cincinnati); WSB 2 (ABC – Atlanta))
Seahawks @ Chargers: NFL Network: ~11 PM ET (Local simulcast - joined in progress after Bengals @ Falcons ends)

Local games:
Ravens @ Buccaneers: 7:30 PM ET (Blacked out in Tampa Bay)
Rams @ Browns: 8 PM ET
Redskins @ Titans: 8 PM ET
Broncos @ 49ers: 9 PM ET
Seahawks @ Chargers 10 PM ET

Friday:
National Games:
Patriots @ Eagles: NFL Network: 7:30 PM ET (Local simulcast)
Cowboys @ Raiders: NFL Network: ~10:30 PM ET (Local simulcast - joined in progress after Patriots @ Eagles)

Local Games:
Patriots @ Eagles: 7:30 PM ET
Dolphins @ Jaguars: 7:30 PM ET
Jets @ Lions: 7:30 PM ET
Bears @ Panthers: 8:00 PM ET
Cardinals @ Packers: 8:00 PM ET
Texans @ Vikings: 8:00 PM ET
Chiefs @ Saints: 8:00 PM ET
Cowboys @ Raiders: 10:00 PM ET (Blacked out in Bay Area)

Saturday:
National Games:
Giants @ Steelers: NFL Network: 7:30 PM ET (Local simulcast)

Local Games:
Giants @ Steelers: 7:30 PM ET

Sunday:
National Games:
Bills @ Colts: NFL Network: 1:30 PM ET (Local simulcast)

Local Games:
Bills @ Colts: 1:30 PM ET
Edited by cgmv123 - 8/9/13 at 5:30pm
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I can't remember if ESPN fixed this last year or not, but they seemed to have fixed the scorebar from being way too high up.
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Didn't I read something about Fox/CBS doing some kind of 360 replay system. I can't seem to track down that article.
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Originally Posted by Rutgerskid View Post

Didn't I read something about Fox/CBS doing some kind of 360 replay system. I can't seem to track down that article.

NBC has the 360° replay FreeD system, but only at AT&T/Cowboys Stadium. They'll use it for Weeks 1 & 6 of SNF, as well as Notre Dame's neutral site game.

They need 24 cameras in each end zone to make it work. Most football games don't even have 24 cameras total! eek.gif

http://www.digitaltrends.com/sports/freed-technology-coming-to-nbc-football-broadcasts/

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Tony Romo will totally melt down with this level of scrutiny. Looking forward to the viewing experience.
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Also these dates NFLN does a block where they cover kinda redzone style all the games going on in that window:

8/8 -- 8:00-11:00
8/15 -- 7:30-10:30
8/16 -- 8:00-11:00
8/24 -- 7:30-11:00
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Tonights Bears game on WFLD in Chicago looks to be closer to digital widescreen than to true HD imho.......it's most definitely in SD.
Edited by kevin j - 8/9/13 at 6:15pm
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The Jags-Dolphins game on WFTV in Orlando looks pretty good tonight.
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The Bills-Colts game at Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, on WNDY (MyNetworkTV), Marion/Indianapolis, looks very good. Almost any NFL game can look good as long as it's not on NBC with fast-motion "Blur Vision."
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