2006 NFL Sunday Ticket Schedule Spreadsheet

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  1. bonscott87

    bonscott87 Done.

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    Fox does up to 6. CBS does 3.
     
  2. tstout

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    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.
     
  3. joed32

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    Good job Joe! Better than their list.
     
  4. dtivo04

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    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)
     
  5. gruxx

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    one other G-men goof:

    wk 11 should be CHI @ NYG
     
  6. Joe Siegler

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    I fixed the two Giants / Jets mistakes I made, and republished the sheet.
     
  7. compac1882

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    What type of file is your spread sheet? What softwear opens it?
     
  8. Joe Siegler

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    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.

    Joe

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    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
     
  9. undertow

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    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!
     
  10. Mark W

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    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?
     
  11. Joe Siegler

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  12. RexB

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    Thanks Joe, your 1-page sked is an easy read and stores better on my recliner. :)
     
  13. Mark W

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    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.
     
  14. shawtd

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    Joe,

    You da' man! The sheet is great. One question. Why do some of the cells have a black background?

    Thanks.
     
  15. shawtd

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    Joe,

    No need to reply. I read the bottom of your sheet.

    Thanks.
     
  16. Joe Siegler

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    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:

    http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=pr01UNCCodePebWtoQvIcAg

    You can still download the one I created in Excel at the link at the top of the thread, too.
     
  17. km2577

    km2577 New Member

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    This is great Thanks for the hard work.
     

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