There are 16 weeks left in the NFL Regular Season and with the exception of Week 17, there is a game on every Thursday, 3 on turkey day. The premiere of “Thursday Night Football” on CBS last was a winner for everyone except Roger Goodell.
After the nuclear fallout all week from the Ray Rice elevator KO this week, CBS found itself about to premiere the biggest change in the NFL since video replay: Season long Thrusday night football games starting on CBS. Once pregame turned the reins over to Deion Sanders and Coach Cowher it was pure prime time magic. The Goodell/Rice fiasco was put to rest and then it was all about FOOTBALL!
We’re over here, Ed! #TNF #PITvsBAL pic.twitter.com/F1y5lTKZha— NFLonCBS (@NFLonCBS) September 12, 2014Let’s home CBS can keep the good times rolling.If they do or they don’t let me give you a rundown of the remaining 2014 NFL Thursday Night Schedule along with my picks. Click here for more football odds.