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2009 Fall Preview: Most Interesting NFL Match-ups.

The 2009 Fall Preview kicks off with the five NFL games SWRT finds to be the most interesting during the first ten weeks of the season. These might not be the most talked about or pivital games, but they have that little intreging something that makes them must sees.

Week 3: Atlanta @ New England (Sept. 27, 1:00 PM EST on FOX)
Matt Ryan returns to the town that barely knew he was there in the first place (can anybody in Boston even find Boston College on the map?) Tom Brady, back from last years’ Week One season ending injury, will be there to make sure Matty Ice’s aspirations of being the heir apparent to the Quarterback Kingdom are kept in check.

Week 6: Chicago @ Atlanta (Oct. 18, 8:20 PM NBC)
Last year’s game in the Georgia Dome silenced many critic’s doubts about whether Matt Ryan was all hype or not. This year’s game will prove to be just as interesting, The Bears return to Atlanta with new QB Jay Cutler, who last year let the Broncos to victory against the Falcons. It will be interesting to see if he can reverse Chicago’s fortunes and gain retribution from last years stunning loss.

Week 9: Dallas @ Philadelphia (Nov. 9, 8:20 PM NBC)
The Cowboys leave the friendly confines of Jerryworld to travel to The City Too Busy Hating You. Usually the drama has been over on the ‘Boys sidelines. But with an ever temperamental Donovan McNabb and the good chances of Michael Vick being ready for service flip the drama over to the home team’s bench. This is the first of two division rivalry games, the other game coming in Week 17 on Jan. 3, 2010.

Week 9: San Diego @ New York Giants (Nov. 9, 4:15 PM CBS)
The Chargers and the Giants haven’t played each other in the regular season since 2005, when Drew Brees still QB’d the Bolts. The year before saw the trade where Chargers traded their number one draft pick Elisha Nelson Manning to The Giants for Phillip Rivers. So this is going to be the first time Rivers and Manning will be facing each other as starting QB’s.

And speaking of Mannings…

Week 10: New England @ Indianapolis (Nov. 12 8:20 PM NBC)
Tom Brady vs. Peyton Manning. ‘Nuff said.
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The 2009 Fall Preview kicks off with the five NFL games SWRT finds to be the most interesting during the first ten weeks of the season. These might not be the most talked about or pivital games, but they have that little intreging something that makes them must sees.

Week 3: Atlanta @ New England (Sept. 27, 1:00 PM EST on FOX)
Matt Ryan returns to the town that barely knew he was there in the first place (can anybody in Boston even find Boston College on the map?) Tom Brady, back from last years’ Week One season ending injury, will be there to make sure Matty Ice’s aspirations of being the heir apparent to the Quarterback Kingdom are kept in check.

Week 6: Chicago @ Atlanta (Oct. 18, 8:20 PM NBC)
Last year’s game in the Georgia Dome silenced many critic’s doubts about whether Matt Ryan was all hype or not. This year’s game will prove to be just as interesting, The Bears return to Atlanta with new QB Jay Cutler, who last year let the Broncos to victory against the Falcons. It will be interesting to see if he can reverse Chicago’s fortunes and gain retribution from last years stunning loss.

Week 9: Dallas @ Philadelphia (Nov. 9, 8:20 PM NBC)
The Cowboys leave the friendly confines of Jerryworld to travel to The City Too Busy Hating You. Usually the drama has been over on the ‘Boys sidelines. But with an ever temperamental Donovan McNabb and the good chances of Michael Vick being ready for service flip the drama over to the home team’s bench. This is the first of two division rivalry games, the other game coming in Week 17 on Jan. 3, 2010.

Week 9: San Diego @ New York Giants (Nov. 9, 4:15 PM CBS)
The Chargers and the Giants haven’t played each other in the regular season since 2005, when Drew Brees still QB’d the Bolts. The year before saw the trade where Chargers traded their number one draft pick Elisha Nelson Manning to The Giants for Phillip Rivers. So this is going to be the first time Rivers and Manning will be facing each other as starting QB’s.

And speaking of Mannings…

Week 10: New England @ Indianapolis (Nov. 12 8:20 PM NBC)
Tom Brady vs. Peyton Manning. ‘Nuff said.

Posted originally: 2009-08-30 15:50:00
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