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No major 'flexible scheduling' changes set for Week 14

The NFL is not switching the Denver at Indianapolis game on Dec. 13 to prime time even though it could be the Colts' record-setting 22nd straight regular-season victory.

Instead, the Philadelphia Eagles-New York Giants matchup remains as the night game. The only change under the flexible scheduling policy for Dec. 13 will be moving the St. Louis at Tennessee game from 1 p.m. ET to 4:05 p.m. EST.

Indianapolis (11-0) has won 20 consecutive in-season games and would tie New England's mark with a win Sunday at home against Tennessee.

Next week's Vikings-Cardinals game was the first prime-time game to be moved this season due to the Sunday night slot due to flex scheduling.

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