via press release:

NFL Network’s Week 14 NFL Replay & Sound FX Schedule

Tuesday, December 11


  • · 8:00 PM ET NFL Replay: Baltimore Ravens vs. Washington Redskins

Trailing the Baltimore Ravens 28-20 with less than one minute to play in the fourth quarter and starting quarterback Robert Griffin III sidelined with an injury, Washington Redskins rookie quarterback Kirk Cousins, on his third play of the game, connected with wide receiver Pierre Garcon on an 11-yard touchdown pass with 29 seconds remaining. Cousins then converted the two-point conversation on a quarterback rush to send the game to overtime. After the Redskins defense forced a three-and-out, punt returner Richard Crawford returned the Ravens punt 64 yards to set up a field goal by kicker Kai Forbath and give the Redskins a 31-28 victory:

  • · 9:30 PM ET NFL Replay: Dallas Cowboys vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Dallas kicker Dan Bailey converted a 40-yard field goal as time expired to give the Cowboys a 20-19 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals. Down 19-10 in the fourth quarter, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo hit wide receiver Dez Bryant on a 27-yard touchdown pass with under seven minutes remaining to cut the deficit to two. After a Bengals punt, the Cowboys game-winning drive started at their own 28-yard line with 3:44 remaining. Romo finished with 268 yards passing, a touchdown and an interception:



Wednesday, December 12


  • · 9:00 PM ET NFL Replay

This game will be decided at the conclusion of the Houston Texans vs. New England Patriots Monday Night Football game.

  • · 10:30 PM ET Sound FX: Week 14 – Includes Wired Sound of Bears’ Jay Cutler and Buccaneers’ Vincent Jackson

A compilation of the best on-field sights and sounds from around the league from Week 14 of the NFL season, featuring wired sound of Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Vincent Jackson and defensive back Ronde Barber, and San Francisco 49ers defensive back Donte Whitner


NFL Replay offers an exclusive look at the previous week’s games in a condensed, 90-minute, high-octane format. With the use of bonus NFL Films and NFL Network footage, including never-before-seen camera angles and coaches’ commentary, combined with exclusive wired sound from the field, locker rooms and sidelines, viewers will experience the game like never before.


NFL Network’s NFL Replay programming begins on Tuesday at 8:00 PM ET, with two 90-minute replays of games from the previous week. On Wednesday, one 90-minute replay airs at 9:30 PM ET following NFL Network’s Emmy-nominated series A Football Life which airs at 8:00 PM ET. Following the game replay on Wednesday, Sound FX provides exclusive on-field sights and sounds at 10:30 PM ET.



***NFL Network Special Programming This Week:


Marcus Allen: A Football Life – Wednesday, December 12 at 8:00 PM ET

NFL Network’s Emmy-nominated series A Football Life continues this week with a profile of the Hall of Fame running back Marcus Allen. Premiering Wednesday, December 12 at 8:00 PM ET, Marcus Allen: A Football Life chronicles of Allen’s football career, from his time as a two-way star at Abraham Lincoln High School in San Diego, California, to becoming the first running back in college history to rush for more than 2,000 yards in a single season at USC, and to his career with the Los Angeles Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs.


For the first look at Marcus Allen: A Football Life, visit:



NFL Game Rewind

Fans can use NFL Game Rewind to replay any of the action from Week 14 online and on-demand. NFL Game Rewind delivers to fans in the United States every play of every 2012 NFL Regular Season game in HD and commercial-free, complete with DVR controls (after the game has aired on television). Additionally, NFL Game Rewind provides access to Coaches Film (including the All-22 & High EndZone camera angles), Condensed Games (full games edited to roughly 30 minutes), and archived games ranging from the 2009 season to present day. NFL Game Rewind is also available via the free to download tablet app which includes telestrator functionality for iPad users. Now fans can analyze plays by drawing over a still frame with the touch of a finger and then share their commentary with friends. For more information on NFL Game Rewind, visit

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