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

This week CBS gets the doubleheader action with the Steelers and Giants being the marquee late game of the week. FOX has some interesting early games, but the highlight games seem to be on CBS this week with Denver and Cincinnati headlining the early games. The folks at FOX would have loved to trot out Cowboys-Falcons, but thanks to primetime football, they get to roll out Packers-Cardinals in the early afternoon and Buccaneers-Raiders in the late afternoon. Yeah, we’re watching CBS too.

FOX Early and Late (Singleheader)


Arizona @ Green Bay
Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
Carolina @ Washington
Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa
Chicago @ Tennessee
Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick
Detroit @ Jacksonville
Ron Pitts, Mike Martz


Tampa Bay @ Oakland
Dick Stockton, John Lynch
Minnesota @ Seattle
Chris Myers, Tim Ryan

Little Rock AR; Mobile and Montgomery AL; Albany GA; Alexandria LA; Biloxi, Hattiesburg and Meridian MS; Binghamton and Elmira NY: CAR-WSH to AZ-GB
Columbia MO: AZ-GB to CHI-TN
Savannah GA: CAR-WSH to DET-JAX
all New England; Atlanta; Pittsburgh; most of LA and MS; West Palm Beach and Panama City FL; Harrisburg and Johnstown PA; Fort Smith AR; Macon GA; Wheeling WV: CAR-WSH to AZ-GB
Columbus and Dayton OH: CHI-TN to MIN-SEA
Fort Myers FL: AZ-GB to TB-OAK
Wichita KS: CAR-WSH to CHI-TN
Lexington KY: CHI-TN to AZ-GB
Medford OR: TB-OAK to MIN-SEA


CBS Early (Doubleheader)

Denver @ Cincinnati
Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf
Buffalo @ Houston
Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts
Baltimore @ Cleveland
Marv Albert, Rich Gannon
Miami @ Indianapolis
Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcots
NO GAME due to NFL rules

CBS Late (Doubleheader)

Pittsburgh @ NY Giants
Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
NO GAME due to NFL rules

-none yet-

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