Found December 07, 2011 on 12th Man Rising:
If it feels like it’s been a long time since I’ve posted these TV maps, it’s because it’s been a long time since the Seahawks have played a game on a weekend. In fact, with a Thursday Night game last week, and a Monday night game this week, The Seahawks have almost had another bye week’s worth of time between games. Almost.As for the games the Seattle area does get to watch this weekend, I’m not sure the fascination the NFL has with the Jets-Chiefs game. That’s not a particularly interesting game either Patriots-Skins or Texans-Bangles will be more fin to watch and likely would get higher ratings in our area. Oh well. At least the other 2 games are the best games in their time slot. I guess we can’t win them all. And before I get to the maps, I have to remember to thank the guys over at the506.comfor putting these maps together.CBS Early Game … [visit site to read more]

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