Tuesday, November 13
- 8:00 PM ET NFL Replay: Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints
New Orleans Saints cornerback Jabari Greer made a diving, touchdown-saving pass break-up from Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan on fourth down with 1:42 remaining in the fourth quarter to preserve a 31-27 victory for the Saints and give the Falcons their first loss of the season. The Saints offensive attack was led by tight end Jimmy Graham who had seven receptions for a career-best 146 yards and two touchdowns. Saints running back Chris Ivory scored his second touchdown of the season on 56-yard run in the first quarter:
- 9:30 PM ET NFL Replay: Buffalo Bills vs. New England Patriots
New England Patriots defensive back Devin McCourty intercepted Buffalo Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick in the end zone on the Bills’ final drive as the Patriots held on for a 37-31 win. Patriots quarterback Tom Brady had two touchdown passes and running back Stevan Ridley finished with 98 yards and a touchdown in the Patriots’ sixth win of the year. Fitzpatrick had 337 yards, two touchdowns and the one interception:
Wednesday, November 14
- 9:00 PM ET NFL Replay Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Two defensive touchdowns and a special teams touchdown in the fourth quarter were the difference in the Dallas Cowboys’ 38-23 divisional win over the Philadelphia Eagles. Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo threw a pair of touchdowns in the game which was tied 17-17 after three quarters of play. Eagles rookie quarterback Nick Foles saw his first NFL action in the game:
- 10:30 PM ET Sound FX: Week 10 – Includes Wired Sound of Broncos’ Peyton Manning and Ravens’ John Harbaugh
A compilation of the best on-field sights and sounds from around the league from Week 10 of the NFL season, featuring wired sound of Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh, Minnesota Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier, and Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins
NFL Replay offers an exclusive look at the previous week’s games in a condensed, 90-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.
NFL Network’s NFL Replay programming begins on Tuesday at 8:00 PM ET, with two 90-minute replays of games from the previous week. On Wednesday, one 90-minute replay airs at 9:30 PM ET following NFL Network’s Emmy-nominated series A Football Life which airs at 8:00 PM ET. Following the game replay on Wednesday, Sound FX provides exclusive on-field sights and sounds at 10:30 PM ET.
***NFL Network Special Programming This Week:
Ray Lewis: A Football Life – Encore presentation Wednesday, November 14 at 8:00 PM ET
- NFL Network’s Emmy-nominated series A Football Life revisits an earlier episode on Super Bowl-winning linebacker and 17-year NFL veteran Ray Lewis. Re-airing Wednesday, November 14 at 8:00 PM ET, Ray Lewis: A Football Life follows the Ravens middle linebacker on and off the field throughout the 2011 season capturing the charismatic leader in a variety of situations and roles. Ray Lewis became the first player in NFL history to wear a wireless microphone in every game of an entire season for the making of the documentary.
A sneak-peek of Ray Lewis: A Football Life is available here:
NFL Game Rewind
Fans can use NFL Game Rewind to replay any of the action from Week 10 online and on-demand. NFL Game Rewind delivers to fans in the United States every play of every 2012 NFL Regular Season game in HD and commercial-free, complete with DVR controls (after the game has aired on television). Additionally, NFL Game Rewind provides access to Coaches Film (including the All-22 & High EndZone camera angles), Condensed Games (full games edited to roughly 30 minutes), and archived games ranging from the 2009 season to present day. NFL Game Rewind is also available via the free to download tablet app which includes telestrator functionality for iPad users. Now fans can analyze plays by drawing over a still frame with the touch of a finger and then share their commentary with friends. For more information on NFL Game Rewind, visit NFL.com/GameRewind.
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