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Join us for the Yahoo! Sports NFL Week 6 chat at 12:45 ET

Shutdown Corner

It's time for Week 6, and that means it's time for a little gameday chat. Turn on the TV, flip open the laptop (or the cell phone, or the tablet) and join us here as we run through the afternoon games' action. We'll bring in your comments, too, so have your best/wittiest/funniest/sharpest lines at the ready.

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Yahoo! Sports' Jay Busbee and MJD will be your hosts, joined by our fantasy sports luminaries and writers on the ground. Festivities begin at 12:45 p.m. ET, just time enough to get in those last-minute fantasy tweaks. See you here!

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