Monday: Halliburton, McDonald's
Halliburton: Cramer will be listening to this report very closely, especially since the price of oil soared Friday.
McDonald's: For those investors looking for buzz, Cramer is willing to bet that McDonald's will blow away the numbers and could announce what may be as high as 4 percent same-store sales.
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Tuesday: Freeport-McMoRan, Johnson & Johnson, Procter & Gamble, Apple
Freeport-McMoRan: This company has issues all over the place, and Cramer suspects it could be holding on by a thread.
Apple: Cramer is sticking by his advice on this one to own it, don't trade it. For those investors who do not already own it, he advised waiting until after the quarter to pick some up.
"The greatest company of all time with the greatest stock of all time isn't about to quit on you anytime soon," Cramer said. (Tweet This)
Wednesday: Federal Reserve decision, Boeing, Norfolk Southern, United Technologies, Facebook
While there are a lot of important earnings on this day, Cramer thinks they will all be overshadowed by the Fed's statement about interest rates. Unless the market acknowledges the weakness in the economy right now, Cramer fears it could tank again.
Thursday: Bristol-Myers Squibb, Caterpillar, Under Armour, Amazon
Caterpillar: This company hasn't had anything good to say in a long time, and it may not be any different this time around.
Amazon: Cramer thinks the stock could be primed for its next leg higher. However, Amazon likes to spend, so there could be a chance that it reports lofty expenditures.
Friday: American Airlines, Chevron, Honeywell, MasterCard, Newell Rubbermaid
American Airlines: Cramer is concerned that the strong dollar may have negatively impacted American. Yet, the stock remains cheap.
Honeywell: The last time Honeywell reported, Cramer was shocked that its organic growth did not match that of General Electric. However, this time around he thinks it could match GE's 3 percent organic-industrial growth.
Next week's earnings are so jam packed with excitement, Cramer ultimately considers it to be the Super Bowl of earnings.
"Remember, though, it is just a game and much more powerful forces, like the dollar, the Fed and oil, will reduce these stocks to playthings even if the underlying companies report fabulous numbers," Cramer said.