NFL Viewing Guide: What Games Will Be on in Your TV Market?

This week FOX gets a double header (triple header if you include their coverage of a possible series ending Game 4 of the World Series) and for once their “Game of the Week” is actually the game of the week. Usually FOX has one really good game and a late game that is on the West Coast and has to be broadcast late. That West Coast game gets grouped in with the game of the week when in reality it’s just the Cardinals and Seahawks or some stupid NFC West matchup like that.

Speaking of the Rams, they’re in London with the Patriots this week, the highlight of CBS’s coverage as Jim Nantz and Phil Simms are calling that one.

But the Cowboys and Giants game is the only late game on FOX and everyone is going to see it. No Joe Buck though, he’s in Detroit for FOX’s baseball coverage, so that’s a win for most people right off the bat (pun very much intended).

CBS Early & Late Games


New England vs St. Louis (in London)
Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
Jacksonville @ Green Bay
Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf
Miami @ NY Jets
Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts
San Diego @ Cleveland
Spero Dedes, Rich Gannon
Indianapolis @ Tennessee
Bill Macatee, Steve Tasker


Oakland @ Kansas City
Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcots


FOX Early Games (Doubleheader)

Carolina @ Chicago
Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa
Washington @ Pittsburgh
Sam Rosen, Brian Billick
Atlanta @ Philadelphia
Dick Stockton, John Lynch
Seattle @ Detroit
Chris Myers, Tim Ryan
NO GAME due to NFL rules

FOX Late Game (Doubleheader)

NY Giants @ Dallas
Thom Brennaman, Troy Aikman
NO GAME due to NFL rules



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