NFL Network’s Week 15 NFL Replay, Sound FX & No Huddle
Tuesday, December 20
- 8:00 PM ET NFL Replay: Green Bay Packers at Kansas City Chiefs
The Chiefs beat the defending Super Bowl champion Packers 19-14 to hand Green Bay its first loss since December 19, 2010. Kansas City quarterback Kyle Orton threw for 299 yards and the Chiefs defense held the Packers to a season-low in points. Trailing 19-7, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers cut the deficit to five points on an eight-yard touchdown run with 2:12 left in the game. The Chiefs recovered an onside kick attempt by the Packers to preserve the win and snap Green Bay’s 19-game winning streak.
- 9:30 PM ET NFL Replay: Detroit Lions at Oakland Raiders
Detroit quarterback Matthew Stafford threw a six-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Calvin Johnson with 39 seconds remaining to cap a 98-yard drive and lead the Lions to a 28-27 victory over the Oakland Raiders. With 7:47 remaining in the game, Oakland linebacker Aaron Curry returned a fumble six yards for a touchdown to extend the Raiders’ lead to 27-14. Yet Stafford, who finished the game with 391 yards and four touchdowns, led the Lions on two fourth-quarter touchdown drives to give Detroit a two-game lead in the NFC Wild Card race.
Wednesday, December 21
Wednesday’s ‘NFL Replay’ game at 8:00 PM ET will be announced on Tuesday, December 20.
- 9:30 PM ET Sound FX: Week 15 – Includes Wired Sound from Cowboys QB Tony Romo
A compilation of the best on-field sights and sounds from around the league from Week 15 of the NFL season, featuring wired sound of Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo and Falcons defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux.
- 10:00 PM ET No Huddle – Guest Analysts Darren Sharper & Derrick Mason Join Warren Sapp & Joe Theismann
Guest analysts Darren Sharper and Derrick Mason join Warren Sapp and Joe Theismann this week on No Huddle Wednesday, December 21 at 10:00 PM ET for a roundtable discussion. The four discuss the following topics:
- Did the Kansas City Chiefs discover a blueprint for beating the Green Bay Packers?
- Did Tom Brady and the Patriots prove that Tim Tebow and the Broncos are not ready for elite status yet?
- Which AFC contender should be the most concerned – Jets, Ravens or Texans?
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 on Tuesday and Wednesday begins at 8:00 PM ET, with two 90-minute replays of games from the previous week on Tuesday, and one 90-minute replay on Wednesday. Following the final game replay on Wednesday, Sound FX provides exclusive on-field sights and sounds at 9:30 PM ET.
NFL Game Rewind on NFL.com
Fans also may watch every game from this season, including Week 15 games, online, in HD and on demand at NFL.com/gamerewind. NFL Game Rewind makes available every game, in its entirety without commercials, starting at midnight following the Sunday games. New this season, Game Rewind offers a Condensed Games option which shows every play, plus select replays of the biggest moments of each game in approximately 30 minutes