Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'DirecTV TiVo Powered PVRs & Receivers' started by Joe Siegler, Jul 20, 2006.
Fox does up to 6. CBS does 3.
Ah the power of conditional formatting.... I'm working on a mod to do something like this now. It won't be in the team colors, but it will highlight a selected team's games. Should make it a little easier to find "your" games.
I'll send it to Joe when it's finished. His choice on whether to update the original, of course, it's still his sheet.
Good job Joe! Better than their list.
Joe - Great job. One other matchup is wrong - Week 7 MNF - Should be NYG @ DAL (not NYJ)
Thanks again for the schedule (BTW - This is my 3rd year of the "Ticket" and the 3rd year, I've used your schedule)
one other G-men goof:
wk 11 should be CHI @ NYG
I fixed the two Giants / Jets mistakes I made, and republished the sheet.
What type of file is your spread sheet? What softwear opens it?
I've finally gone through the thing and removed all the hyperlinks from the spreadsheet - Excel was translating everything like DAL@PHI as an email hyperlink - I stopped it from doing that, and removed all the existing links.
Also corrected the Week 11 MNF matchup - I believe everything is finally correct.
What type of file? Huh? It's a spreadsheet. I don't understand that question. All I can think of to say is to go here and read: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spreadsheet
Thanks a lot for your hard work Joe. Spreadsheet looks great!
Totally off topic, but I don't suppose any of you Philly to DFW transplants have found a good cheesesteak place here in the DFW area? There's a place in Plano that's pretty good but I'm still looking for better!
Anyone else notice how few late games are scheduled? I think this may have to do with flexible scheduling. Has anyone heard if the NFL plans to move more of the 1:00 (East Coast lingo) to 4:00?
Read the link I have in the notes of the spreadsheet about flexible scheduling. That's why I put it there.
Thanks Joe, your 1-page sked is an easy read and stores better on my recliner.
Yes Joe, thanks, I've seen that before, I'm just wondering if others take the following text to mean that they are fully planning on moving some of the 1:00 ET games to 4:00. "The 2006 NFL schedule will list start times for all Sunday games during the "flex" weeks as 1:00 p.m. ET, except for games played in the Mountain or Pacific Time zones, which will be listed at 4:05 p.m. ET or 4:15 p.m. ET."
Also wondering if anyone has heard anything specific about this.
Weeks 10 - 13 only have 1 or 2 late games scheduled.
You da' man! The sheet is great. One question. Why do some of the cells have a black background?
No need to reply. I read the bottom of your sheet.
If you have a Google account, you can now view the Google Spreadsheet version without needing a specific invite like before. The link for that version is here:
You can still download the one I created in Excel at the link at the top of the thread, too.
This is great Thanks for the hard work.