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TV Schedule 10/25: Monday Night Football Giants-Cowboys, Kings-Wild

Football

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Alabama Crimson Tide at Tennessee Volunteers encore, 1, CSS: Maybe you're one of the dozens (tens?) of Americans who gets CSS but not Animal Planet. If you're one of the lucky few, tune in to this to fulfill your weekly need to watch a massive predator toy with a doomed, brightly colored victim for thirty punishing minutes before finally beginning the bludgeoning. Oh, God, the blood.

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*GAME OF THE DAY!* NFL Replay Real-Time, 3, NFL Network: Yes, GAME OF THE DAY! goes to a non-game. Are you really that excited about watching the Tide maul the poor Vols, watching [I don't know what happened in UNC-Miami, and I'm a fan of an ACC team. That's how involving this game was], or the Cowboys? Of course not. If there was ever a week of pro football that this replay show was made for, week seven was it. Name a game this week in which nothing insane happened. Go ahead! SPOILER ALERT: You cannot.

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North Carolina Tar Heels at Miami Hurricanes encore, 7, CSS: Let me look up what happened here. Ah, apparently a 13-year-old accidentally entered the cheat codes to unlock the 2009 Tar Heels and 2009 Hurricanes and sent those teams into battle instead. T.J. Yates, formerly one of the most efficient passers in the land, out-efficient'd and under-intercept'd by Jacory Harris? Those aren't hurricanes, those are winds of time, and they're blowin' backwards.

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New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys, 8:30, ESPN: I just wonder how long WWL can keep the "If Dallas loses this week, are they done?" thing going. It's technically true, but the if is extraneous in more than one way. Yes, the Cowboys are done. Yes, they're going to keep losing. Yes, they were done last week and the week prior. Yes, you'll watch them at least three more times this season. "If the 4-9 Cowboys lose this week, are they done?"

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Hockey

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Los Angeles Kings at Minnesota Wild, 8, Versus: The slightly surprising Kings, quite possibly the best team in the Western Conference so far, head north to take on the not-surprising-at-all Wild.

Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.