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Future Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez and his Atlanta Falcons will try to stay perfect in Week 9.

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After an entertaining Saturday of college football action, it is time for the NFLers to hit the field. This is your open thread for the Week 9 NFL action. For San Francisco 49ers fans, it's a relaxing day of football watching, as the 49ers have a bye. The Raaaaaaaaaai-dahs, however, are home at the O.co to take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 1:00 PT.

Comment on all the action here, especially with updates about Cal alumni in the NFL. Three former Golden Bears will be in prime time on Sunday night, as the Atlanta Falcons (with S Thomas DeCoud and TE Tony Gonzalez) try to stay undefeated against the Dallas Cowboys (with long snapper L.P. Ladouceur).

Enjoy the games. Full schedule below

THU, NOV 1 HI PASSING HI RUSHING HI RECEIVING
San Diego 31, Kansas City 13 Rivers 220 Mathews 67 Bowe 79
SUN, NOV 4 TIME (ET) TV TICKETS LOCATION
Denver at Cincinnati 1:00 PM CBS 183 Available Paul Brown Stadium
Baltimore at Cleveland 1:00 PM CBS 204 Available Cleveland Browns Stadium
Arizona at Green Bay 1:00 PM FOX 4 Available Lambeau Field
Chicago at Tennessee 1:00 PM FOX 20 Available LP Field
Miami at Indianapolis 1:00 PM CBS 37 Available Lucas Oil Stadium
Carolina at Washington 1:00 PM FOX 58 Available FedEx Field
Detroit at Jacksonville 1:00 PM FOX 13 Available EverBank Field
Buffalo at Houston 1:00 PM CBS 60 Available Reliant Stadium
Minnesota at Seattle 4:05 PM FOX 160 Available CenturyLink Field
Tampa Bay at Oakland 4:05 PM FOX 390 Available O.co Coliseum
Pittsburgh at NY Giants 4:25 PM CBS 231 Available MetLife Stadium
Dallas at Atlanta 8:20 PM NBC 488 Available Georgia Dome
MON, NOV 5 TIME (ET) TV TICKETS LOCATION
Philadelphia at New Orleans 8:30 PM 493 Available Mercedes-Benz Superdome
·Bye: St. Louis, New England, NY Jets, San Francisco