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NFL Week 9 open thread

Cal won last night. NFL Sunday is always more fun when Cal wins on Saturday.

David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

Today is a good day.  The California Golden Bears gutted out a 45-31 win over the Oregon State Beavers last night.  And we turned the clocks back for an extra hour of sleep.  Happy Day!  It is the kind of day where you can happily sit back and enjoy the NFL games.

Here's your week 9 schedule:

Game Time (Pacific) TV
Tampa Bay at Cleveland 10 am FOX
Arizona at Dallas 10 am FOX
Philadelphia at Houston 10 am FOX
N.Y. Jets at Kansas City 10 am CBS
Jacksonville at Cincinnati 10 am CBS
San Diego at Miami 10 am CBS
Washington at Minnesota 10 am FOX
St. Louis at San Francisco 1:05 pm FOX
Oakland at Seattle 1:25 pm CBS
Denver at New England 1:25pm CBS
Baltimore at PIttsburgh 5:30 pm NBC
Indianapolis at N.Y. Giants Mon, 5:30 pm ESPN

Thursday's result: New Orleans 28, Carolina 10

BYE: Atlanta, Buffalo, Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Tennessee

Even before the games have started, there was news around the NFL this morning:

Tony Romo will not play for the Cowboys; Brandon Weeden to start at QB for Dallas against Arizona

The Washington Redskins' team bus was involved in an accident on the way to the stadium this morning.

N.Y. Jets coach Rex Ryan has decided on his starting quarterback: "that Bumgarner guy."

And weather could be an issue tonight when the Broncos play the Patriots in Foxborough:

In addition to the games themselves, follow all of the Cal alumni in the NFL, too. Here is the full list:

Lorenzo Alexander (LB), Arizona Cardinals
Keenan Allen (WR), San Diego Chargers
Tyson Alualu (DE), Jacksonville Jaguars
C.J. Anderson (RB), Denver Broncos
Bryan Anger (P), Jacksonville Jaguars
Desmond Bishop (LB), Arizona Cardinals
Chris Conte (FS), Chicago Bears
Brian De La Puente (C), Chicago Bears
Thomas DeCoud (FS), Carolina Panthers
Justin Forsett (RB), Baltimore Ravens

DeSean Jackson (WR), Washington Redskins

Marvin Jones (WR), Cincinnati Bengals (INJURED RESERVE)
Cameron Jordan (DE), New Orleans Saints
Mychal Kendricks (OLB), Philadelphia Eagles
L.P. LaDouceur (LS), Dallas Cowboys
Marshawn Lynch (RB), Seattle Seahawks
Alex Mack (C), Cleveland Browns (INJURED RESERVE)
Chris McCain (LB), Miami Dolphins
Brandon Mebane (DT), Seattle Seahawks
Mike Mohamed (LB), Houston Texans
Aaron Rodgers (QB), Green Bay Packers
Richard Rodgers (TE), Green Bay Packers
Jeremy Ross (WR), Detroit Lions
Mitchell Schwartz (OT), Cleveland Browns
Brian Schwenke (C), Tennessee Titans
Craig Stevens (TE), Tennessee Titans
Nick Sundberg (LS), Washington Redskins
Will Ta’ufo’ou (FB), Jacksonville Jaguars
Shane Vereen (RB), New England Patriots
Steve Williams (CB), San Diego Chargers

Enjoy the games.