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Thursday Night Football Schedule

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Thank God its Thursday!!!!  Starting this season, the NFL announced that there will me more NFL games on Thursday Nights on the NFL Network under the new TV Contract which Runs to 2022. Before the games on the NFL Network would show the last 8 weeks of the regular season known as ” The Run to the Playoffs”. At the Super Bowl 46 Press Conference, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said that there will be more Thursday night Football ensuring that every team would have atleast 1 primetime game. Under this new Contract, the thursday night games would go from September to December (Weeks 2-15), Plus the Thanksgiving Night game gets moved from NFL Network to NBC Sports. Listed below is the Schedule for Thursday Night Football for the 2012 Season. All Games Start at 8:20 PM EST

Week 2: Sept. 13 – Chicago Bears at Green bay Packers
Week 3: Sept. 20 – New York Giants at Carolina Panthers
Week 4: Sept. 27 – Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens
Week 5: Oct. 4 –    Arizona Cardinals at St. Louis Rams
Week 6: Oct. 11 – Pittsburgh Steelers at Tennessee Titans
Week 7: Oct. 18 – Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers
Week 8: Oct. 25 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Minnesota Vikings
Week 9: Nov. 1 – Kansas City Chiefs at San Diego Chargers
Week 10: Nov. 8 – Indianapolis Colts at Jacksonville Jaguars
Week 11: Nov. 15 – Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills

2012 THANKSGIVING NFL GAMES
Week 12: Nov. 22 – Houston Texans at Detroit Lions (12:30 p.m. ET on CBS)
Week 12: Nov. 22 – Washington Redskins at Dallas Cowboys (4:15 p.m. ET on FOX)
Week 12: Nov. 22 – New England Patriots at New York Jets (8:20 p.m. ET on NBC)

Week 13: Nov. 29 – New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons
Week 14: Dec. 6 – Denver Broncos at Oakland Raiders
Week 15: Dec. 13 – Cincinnati Bengals at Philadelphia Eagles

The Game Announcers for the Thursday Night Football Games on NFL Network are Brad Nessler & Mike Mayock with Sideline Reporter Alex Flanagan. The NFL Network Pre Game Show is Rich Eisen with Deion Sanders, Steve Mariucci, Marshall Faulk & Michael Irvin