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Steelers vs. Jaguars coverage map: Where can Night net fans watch the Week 11 game on TV?

  • Night net Jaguars v Steelers Jaguars Steelers American Football The Pittsburgh Steelers have an easy on-paper matchup in Week 11 to stay undefeated, but the Jacksonville Jaguars proved a week ago they're not to be taken lightly.For much of Week 10, the Jaguars (1-8) had the Packers on the ropes before Green Bay eventually pulled away to win. Pittsburgh (9-0) enters a 1 p.m. ET game on CBS as the obvious favorite, but despite the Steelers' quest to move to 10-0, only a small portion of the country will see the game based on this week's coverage map. Fans in and around Pittsburgh will certainly be watching in the hopes that Minkah Fitzpatrick and T.J. Watt can put together huge days against a questionable Jacksonville offense led by running back James Robinson. For more info on if Steelers-Jaguars will be available to you on your local 夜网论坛CBS affiliate at 1 p.m. ET on Nov. 22, check out the map and information below, along with a full Week 11 Night net schedule.WEEK 11 Night net PICKS:Against the spread | Straight-up predictions Night net coverage map Week 11S[......]

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    NFL power rankings: Rams overtake Buccaneers at No. 1; 49ers, Chiefs, Steelers fall big for Week 4

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    Baseball Hall of Fame 2015: Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez head stacked ballot

  • Six former players were elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame by the Baseball Writers Association of America this year, the first time that's happened since 1999.  The wait for the next time likely won't be as long. Next year's ballot includes two first-time candidates and one holdover who are strong candidates to be inducted into Cooperstown during the 2015 ceremonies. Top first-time candidatesRandy Johnson: With 303 wins, five Cy Youngs and 4,875 strikeouts, the Big Unit is a lock for immortality. He won't be unanimous (nobody ever is), but look for him to join Tom Seaver, Nolan Ryan and Greg Maddux among pitchers getting 97 percent or more of the vote.Pedro Martinez: Martinez didn't rack up the big career win numbers of some Hall of Famers (he had 219), but he was so dominant at his peak it's hard to see voters passing him over. He won three Cy Youngs, led his league in ERA five times and strikeouts three times and helped lead the Red Sox to their first World Series title in 86 years. His 2000 season was one of the greatest in history. John Smoltz: Smoltz has a strong resume and he will be elected to the Hall eventually, joining longtime teammates Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine. But with Johnson and Martinez topping the ballot, Smoltz likely will come up short in 2015.Gary Sheffield: Sheffield has the kind of numbers that ordinarily would mean an easy pass into the Hall. But he was linked to PEDs in the Mitchell Report, so he has no chance.Other first-time candidat[......]

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