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Sunday Morning Bloody Mary: The "What Could Possibly Happen Next" Edition

Well, while we try to figure out where and when our team is actually going to play next, there is some other, less relevant NFL action taking place this afternoon for us to keep an eye on as well. And, since there is no Vikings game for us to enjoy today, that can only mean one thing. . .Red Zone Channel all freaking day, baby!

(You know, in between the "holy crap, the stadium roof collapsed" and "well, where and when are we playing?" updates for the rest of the afternoon.)

With the Vikings' game off of the slate, there are six early games and six late games to watch. People in the Twin Cities without the benefit of Sunday Ticket are having their early game replaced by the NFC North match-up between the Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Lions. Here's the rest of the early slate for those of you with the Sunday Ticket and/or the benefit of the Red Zone Channel.

Cleveland Browns at Buffalo Bills
Atlanta Falcons at Carolina Panthers
Oakland Raiders at Jacksonville Jaguars
Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Washington Redskins

The NFC North is also a part of what promises to be the best late game on the afternoon slate, as the red-hot New England Patriots make the trip to Soldier Field to take on the NFC North's best team, the Chicago Bears. Here's what the rest of the late slate looks like:

St. Louis Rams at New Orleans Saints
Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers
Denver Broncos at Arizona Cardinals
Miami Dolphins at New York Jets
Kansas City Chiefs at San Diego Chargers

The Sunday night game will feature the Philadelphia Eagles traveling to Jerryland to take on the Dallas Cowboys, and the original Monday night game will feature the Houston Texans playing host to the Baltimore Ravens.

Again, we have no idea where the game between the Giants and the Vikings will be held at yet. . .or even when, at this point. We'll be keeping you abreast of the situation as the day progresses.