Found November 07, 2011 on
The Landry Hat:
There I was, all set to TiVo the Dallas Cowboys – Seattle Seahawks game. It was more important to me than usual because of the half-time Ring of Honor InductionAbout Time for Drewfor Drew Pearson, Larry Allen and Charles Haley. I searched time and cable channel for 10am Pacific time on Fox (channel 11 here) only to find the 49ers vs Redskins game…WHAT!? Maybe I had the time wrong and checked 1pm. Nope. How can this be? Where is the Dallas Cowboys game? It has to be on, its a no brainer. They’re adding 3 players to the Ring today! I don’t get it. At work we have Direct TV, I’ll have to watch it there. Wrong again, it’s 49ers – Redskins on Direct TV too. This is unbelievable! I thought it out, the only Southern Cal team is in the AFC, so it would be on CBS. Regardless, the Chargers are Sunday night this week. Why, then, the 49ers? San Francisco is not in our TV sphere of influence (this is the process you go through here when you follow an NFL team out of state.
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