Tonight 8pm - NFL Replay Pats-Bears Thursday 11:30 AM - GOTW Pats-Bears http://www.nfl.com/nflnetwork/nfl_replay NFL game broadcasts from the previous weekend, complete with original television announcers and cameras, will be re-televised on NFL Network, just days after their live airing. This marks the first-time in the 86-year history of the NFL that games from the NFL regular-season or playoffs are shown outside their live window. During the 2006 season, NFL Replay will feature four of the most exciting games from the weekend, re-airing exclusively on NFL Network Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. Two contests will be shown each Tuesday and Wednesday night with 8 and 10:30 p.m. ET kickoff times. NFL Replay games will air in a 90-minute fast-paced format, without halftime and other elements not critical to the outcome. NFL Replay will tell the story of the game with additional features. In order to give the games context, NFL Network will add sideline and on-field sound captured during the game and post-game press conference sound bites. Other enhancements will include exclusive shots and camera angles from NFL Films, allowing fans an inside look at game action they did not see on Sunday. This will give fans a deeper understanding of the game, the players and the coaches. For example, if NFL Replay was featuring the Colts-Steelers AFC Divisional Playoff where Jerome Bettis fumbled late in the game, viewers would see related comments from Bettis, Bill Cowher and others immediately after the play, as well as slow-motion footage showing the play as it unfolded. NFL Network has the ability to select any NFL game for use on NFL Replay.