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NFL TV Schedule, Week 7: Packers-Vikings, Chiefs-Raiders On The Late-Game Docket

The NFL has blessed us with their presence again this week and the match-ups offer great stories. Compelling and rich. If you'd like to know what you'll be witnessing in this weekend's epic battles, I'll tell you. If you don't live in the Seattle area, go check out the506.

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10 AM PT/1 PM ET, FOX: Seattle Seahawks @ Cleveland Browns - Ron Pitts, Jim Mora Jr.: This is the game to watch if you're in the Seattle area in the morning. Seattle looks to get to .500 and face off against at team that, on paper, looks pretty similar to them. It's looking like Charlie Whitehurst will get the start for the Seahawks and he'll look to best the Browns' Colt McCoy. Earl Thomas will also look to pick off his old teammate from Texas. Check out our StoryStream right here

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1:15 PM PT/4:15 PM ET, FOX: Green Bay Packers @ Minnesota Vikings - Thom Brennaman, Troy Aikman: The Pack looks to keep steamrolling everyone in the NFL, and the Vikings look to stop them in their tracks. Minnesota will be led by rookie Christian Ponder in his first NFL start so it might be worth a watch. He'll be on the sidelines watching his defense match up against probably the best young QB in the world, Aaron Rodgers

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1:15 PM PT/4:15 PM ET, CBS: Kansas City Chiefs @ Oakland Raiders - Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts: This game seemed a lot more interesting to me when I thought that Carson Palmer would be starting for the Raiders. As of Friday night, it's not looking like he'll play, but I guess there's a chance. A small enough chance that I'll probably tune in and watch anyway. The Raiders are riding high on emotion and a two-game win streak has bought them some momentum. The Chiefs will look to take the wind out of their sails and if Kyle Boller gets the start they might have a chance. 

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