Wednesday, December 29
- 8:00 PM ET NFL Replay: New York Jets at Chicago Bears
Chicago quarterback Jay Cutler threw three touchdown passes and running back Matt Forte rushed for 113 yards as the Bears moved closer to securing a first-round bye in the playoffs with a 38-34 victory over the New York Jets.
- 9:15 PM ET NFL Replay: New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons
New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees threw a six-yard touchdown pass to tight end Jimmy Graham with 3:24 left in the game to lead the Saints to a 17-14 victory over the Atlanta Falcons. With the win, the defending Super Bowl champions clinched a playoff berth.
- 10:30 PM ET Sound FX: Week 16
A compilation of the best sights and sounds from around the league from Week 16 including wired sound of Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and Denver quarterback Tim Tebow.
NFL Replay offers an exclusive look at the previous week’s games in a condensed, 75-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.
Both 75-minute NFL Replay programs are a part of the new ‘Field Pass’ block airing every Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:00-11:00 PM ET. ‘Field Pass’ takes fans inside the game like never before with exclusive NFL Films footage and sound. Following NFL Replay at 10:30 PM ET is Sound FX featuring a ‘best of’ theme highlighting an NFL great on Tuesday nights and a compilation of the sound from the previous Sunday’s games on Wednesday.
***No Huddle: The Road to Dallas Presented by Mercedes-Benz Premieres Thursday, Dec. 30 at 8:00 PM ET
No Huddle: The Road to Dallas Presented by Mercedes-Benz is a weekly roundtable show in which NFL Network analysts discuss and debate the hot topics in the NFL heading into the playoffs. The show airs every Thursday at 8:00 PM ET on NFL Network throughout the playoffs. This week’s analysts include former NFL executive Michael Lombardi and Super Bowl winners Warren Sapp, Kurt Warner and Brian Billick.