As we are now getting late in the season, we can expect the NFL will begin flexing some of the upcoming games to assure a “good” game ends up on Sunday Night football.
On Tuesday, the league revealed that there are a couple of changes that have been made to the Week 14 schedule, though no change has been made to the Sunday Night Football game.
As you can see below, the Dallas Cowboys @ New York Giants game has been moved to 1 p.m. and the Seattle Seahawks @ Jacksonville Jaguars game has been moved to the 4:25 time-slot.
UPDATE: NFL schedule changes for Week 14 (Sunday, December 10)
DAL at NYG moves to 1:00 PM ET (FOX)
SEA at JAX moves to 4:25 PM ET (FOX)
No changes to Sunday Night Football (BAL at PIT) pic.twitter.com/IPekNoZJTG
— Randall Liu (@RLiuNFL) November 28, 2017
If the Baltimore Ravens would have lost to the Houston Texans on Monday Night Football, the NFL likely would have moved the Philadelphia Eagles @ Los Angeles Rams game to Sunday Night Football in Week 14. Since the Ravens took care of business and beat the Texans, the Baltimore @ Pittsburgh game will remain on SNF.
To read about how the NFL flex scheduling works, in detail, please click here.
Revealing the perfect head coach for Michigan football
The University of Michigan not only has more wins than any other team in college football history but they also have the highest winning percentage. In order to put up numbers like that a team not only needs to have great players but they also need great coaches.
Over the years, the Wolverines have had some outstanding head coaches including Fielding Yost, Bo Schembechler, and Lloyd Carr, just to name a few.
So, what are the qualities one would look for when looking for the perfect University of Michigan football head coach? And more importantly, which coach currently fits that description?
Let’s take a look, shall we?
To read the remainder of the editorial and to see who DSN’s own Don Drysdale believes is the perfect coach for Michigan, please click on the link below.