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NBC Sunday Night Football

Premier :: 2011-11-09

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“SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL” 2011 SEASON: Storied rivalries including Giants-Cowboys, Bears-Packers on Christmas Night at Lambeau, Colts-Patriots, Steelers-Ravens, Cowboys-Eagles, Patriots-Jets and Eagles-Giants; a matchup of the last two Super Bowl Champions as the Packers host the Saints in the opening Thursday night game; and Peyton Manning returning home to New Orleans in a Super Bowl XLV rematch highlight the “Sunday Night Football” schedule as the NFL announced its 2011 slate of games today. The season concludes on NBC with Super Bowl XLVI from Indianapolis.

Highlights of the 2011 “Sunday Night Football” schedule:

Sixteen of NBC’s 17 scheduled games involve at least one playoff team from last season; 11 of 17 include two playoff teams.



The last two Super Bowl Champions, Saints and Packers, meet in the Thursday night NFL opening game.



A rematch of last year’s NFC Championship game between the Packers and Bears on Christmas Night in Green Bay, the oldest rivalry in the NFL. The only other time Bears-Packers met on Christmas Day was in 2005 with the Bears winning 24-17 at Lambeau Field.



Peyton Manning goes home to New Orleans as Saints host Colts in Week 7 in a rematch of Super Bowl XLIV.



Rex Ryan’s Rivals: Meets brother Rob (Dallas defensive coordinator) and the Cowboys in Week 1 in New York on the 10th anniversary of the tragic events of September 11, 2001; Ryan faces his old team, the Ravens in Week 4; and his nemesis the Patriots in Week 10, in a rematch of last year’s AFC Divisional playoff game.



Three matchups among bitter NFC East rivals: Cowboys-Eagles, Eagles-Giants, and Giants-Cowboys.



Eagles QB Michael Vick goes back to Atlanta to face his former team for the first time as an opposing starting quarterback in Week 2.



Traditional “Sunday Night Football” rivalries: Colts-Patriots (Week 13), Ravens-Steelers (Week 9).



The first “NBC Sunday Night Football” trip to Kansas City as Chiefs host Steelers in Week 12.



2011 “SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL” SCHEDULE

Thurs. Sept. 8 NFL Kickoff New Orleans Saints at Green Bay Packers

Sun. Sept. 11 Week 1 Dallas Cowboys at New York Jets

Sun. Sept. 18 Week 2 Philadelphia Eagles at Atlanta Falcons

Sun. Sept. 25 Week 3 Pittsburgh Steelers at Indianapolis Colts

Sun. Oct. 2 Week 4 New York Jets at Baltimore Ravens

Sun. Oct. 9 Week 5 Green Bay Packers at Atlanta Falcons

Sun. Oct. 16 Week 6 Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears

Sun. Oct. 23 Week 7 Indianapolis Colts at New Orleans Saints

Sun. Oct. 30 Week 8 Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles

Sun. Nov. 6 Week 9 Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers

Sun. Nov. 13 Week 10 New England Patriots at New York Jets

Sun. Nov. 20 *Week 11 Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants

Sun. Nov. 27 *Week 12 Pittsburgh Steelers at Kansas City Chiefs

Sun. Dec. 4 *Week 13 Indianapolis Colts at New England Patriots

Sun. Dec. 11 *Week 14 New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys

Sun. Dec. 18 *Week 15 Baltimore Ravens at San Diego Chargers

Sun. Dec. 25 *Week 16 Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers

Sun. Jan. 1 *Week 17 TBA

*Flex Week

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Written by :- Charisse V Date added 2011-09-05 00:00:00 View more NBC Sunday Night Football.
A NBC Sunday Night Football news item imageOn September 11, 2011, NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” returns with their first broadcast of the season: New York Jets vs. Dallas Cowboys.  Hill has sung the theme song “Waiting All Day for Sunday Night.” Interestingly, though the new season marks Hill’s fifth year singing the theme song, she wasn’t the original artist to lend their voice to the tune.&...read more
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