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NFL MEDIA COUNTS DOWN THE TOP 20 GAMES OF 2014 STARTING TONIGHT

 

NFL Media Counts Down the 20 Best Games From the 2014 Season

 

Two games revealed each day on NFL.com through March 13

 

‘Game Rewind’ Editions of Each Game Air on NFL Network Every Night at 8:00 PM ET

 

There were 267 games played during the 2014 NFL regular season and postseason. NFL Media counts down the shootouts and closely-contested matchups behind the season’s best games.

 

Starting today, NFL Media counts down the 20 best games of 2014, beginning with the Colts-Steelers Week 8 match-up in which Ben Roethlisberger threw for 522 yards and six touchdowns as the No. 20 game. The No. 19 game came from week 14’s Jets-Vikings match-up that saw two young quarterbacks battling into overtime.

 

NFL.com will continue to reveal two games a day at nfl.com/top20games through Friday, March 13. Each night, Game Rewind delivers a condensed 30-minute version of all the top series, drives and plays from each game that will air on NFL Network at 8:00 and 8:30 PM ET.

 

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Posted by:Steve Baron

VP/Digital for TV station ownership group; Dad to young twins, runner, skier & spend a lot of times in airplanes.

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