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Thursday Night Football Preview & Game Capsule — Week 2

Following an exciting opening weekend, Week 2 begins on Thursday night (CBS/NFLN, 8:25 PM ET) with the PITTSBURGH STEELERS (1-0) traveling to take on the BALTIMORE RAVENS (0-1).

The matchup marks the first of seven early-season Thursday Night Football broadcasts aired on CBS and simulcast on NFL Network.

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Seven From Sunday – Kickoff Weekend

A look at seven statistical highlights from games played at 1:00 p.m. ET and 4:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, September 7, the first week of the 2014 season.

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Week 1 Tweets of the Week

The following release includes the “Tweets of the Week” from the @NFLFootballInfo, @NFLHistory and  @RLiuNFL Twitter feeds.

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Officiating Video

The following is an officiating video to assist in your coverage of the NFL.

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The video reviews examples of 2014 points of emphasis from the preseason.  It is intended for your use for informational purposes only.  It may not be posted on your website, but if you are interested in tweeting the link to the video from, feel free to do so.

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Countdown To Kickoff (1 Day)



Kickoff Weekend begins on Thursday, September 4 in primetime on NBC when the defending-champion Seattle Seahawks host the Green Bay Packers at CenturyLink Field in a matchup of two 2013 NFC playoff participants. It’s when things start to count.

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What To Look For – Kickoff Weekend 2014

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Week 1 NFL Capsules

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AFC & NFC Notes — Week 1

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Countdown To Kickoff (2 Days)



Over the past 10 years, five NFL teams – New England (124-36, .775), Indianapolis (111-49, .694), Pittsburgh (105-55, .656), San Diego (100-60, .625) and Green Bay (96-63-1, .603) – have posted a winning percentage of .600 or better. Those five clubs have combined for 37 playoff berths, nine Super Bowl appearances and five Super Bowl championships during that span.

Since being drafted by Pittsburgh in 2004, quarterback BEN ROETHLISBERGER and the Steelers have made three Super Bowl appearances, winning Super Bowl XL and XLIII.

“I think it’s a fair assessment to call him a winner,” says Pittsburgh head coach MIKE TOMLIN about Roethlisberger. “He’s been to the big dance and delivered. That’s what this profession is about.”

Under the guidance of head coach BILL BELICHICK, the Patriots (124-36, .775) have the best regular-season record over the past 10 years, qualifying for the postseason nine times and winning Super Bowl XXXIX.

“Coach Belichick is the best coach that I’ve ever competed against,” says Denver Broncos quarterback PEYTON MANNING. “I think it’s safe to say he’ll go down as the greatest NFL coach of all time.”

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