This is the last week of multiple football games. What an incredible bummer. In a few weeks it will all be over and it will just be, ugh, February. Terrible. But anyway, let's enjoy the final real weekend of the year and worry about February in February.
Nosotros somos fiestas. Vamanos.
Welp. This is it. The last week of the regular season. It seems like only a year ago we were lamenting the end of the 2011 regular season. The more things change, the more Rex Ryan keeps on crying and saying weird things like "mad as a hornet" and "no way in heck."
There are three more gifts under the tree. Let's open them up together.
We've got a busy start to the day in NFL-land where every game is a gift, with varying degrees of usefulness and did-I-even-ask-for-this-piece-of-junk?-ness.
So, we're all going to be watching Pittsburgh and Dallas, but there are actually four other games—including one in Canada—kicking off shortly! Let's discuss.
The season continues its slow spiral down. Only three Sundays remain of the regular season. This is one of them and it's already here, so really there's only two. And the last week is kind of bullshit anyway with teams sitting guys. So, if you want to get technical-season's over.
We've got three games for you this evening, including American Hero John Skelton's stirring return to the starting lineup.
Week 14 continues and we've got some great games with playoff implications and plenty of teams just struggling to remain "in the hunt." Let's take a tour around the early afternoon schedule, shall we?
The beat goes on and we've got four more games to go before Philly and Dallas finish off the night. Let's get to it.
It has been strange and sad at times, but week 13 continues. Let's see what is going on around the league.
Before we get Giants-Packers tonight, we have three more on the undercard, including the second step in the Colin Kaepernick era.
Week 12 continues right now for those of you still holding on to the football season. For the rest of us, there are Christmas movies I guess.
We have four more games left on the day and three more begin right now. OK, fine—due to some scheduling rejiggering this year, there is actually one more right now and then two more in the coming 20 minutes, but you get the point. We've actually got a pretty solid selection of quarterbacks this late afternoon and…
Week 11 is here and we've got a lot to talk about including coaching controversies and the Vickless Eagles. Let's get going already.
We continue on our Sunday viewing with a double shot of divisional play and a random Jets-Seahawks game. Let's go!
Today's viewing guide is coming to you live in living color and internet whistles from the belly of the beast: The ESPN Zone in Disney World. Norby, if you are reading, I'm the guy in a weird outfit.
Three more games for you this late-afternoon/evening before Dallas embarrasses itself against Atlanta. Let's all look at Eli Manning, who will most assuredly be looking at plenty of things.
We've got you covered this afternoon for a full slate of NFL games including big time rivalries like the Browns and Ravens. If that's not your cup of tea, try out the "Suck for Luck" participants reacquainting after their race to the bottom from a year ago. Or just try coffee.
Another week, another week with just two late afternoon games and one of which is a total snoozer. But there is Giants-Cowboys so lets all watch that to see how Dallas will screw the pooch this week.
New York Giants at Dallas (FOX): The Giants are looking to avenge an opening night loss at home to the Cowboys. Eli…