My line-up is looking like:
St. Louis Rams at Detroit Lions (home-team game), Indianpolis Colts at Chicago Bears, San Francisco 49ers at Green Bay Packers, & Pittsburgh Steelers at Denver Broncos.
I will spend most of my time flipping between the FOX Doubleheader DET/STL & SF/GB and NFL RedZone to catch clips of the games not broadcasting in my area like NE/TEN, CAR/TB, ATL/KC, & NO/WAS. No interest in the IND/CHI game on CBS, but I'm
for the Sunday Night Game to finally see Peyton Manning back in action.
Quick question, I'm having a hard time trying to decide which WR will have a more productive game (TD/yards).... Brandon Llyod (NE) or Nate Washington (TEN)? B. Llyod has lots of competition with W. Welker, A. Hernandez, and R. Gronkowski but knowing T. Brady he will throw it 55 times which means each guy will likely get a chance. N. Washington is a severely underrated WR who had some very productive games last year and even though he'll have semi-rookie J. Locker throwing the ball, N. Washington is still the #1 WR on TEN with K. Britt being suspended. Any opinions on who will have the more productive game between the two?