NFL Week 11 Viewing Guide: What Games are on in Your TV Market?

This week CBS gets the doubleheader action yet again, as their marquee matchup of the afternoon features the Indianapolis Colts and the New England Patriots. Obviously this is a game a lot of people are going to watch solely because A) it’s a rivalry game that’s entering it’s second generation (Luck vs. Brady) and B) There’s a good chance Andrew Luck can beat Tom Brady in his first meeting. Fox sort of gets the short end of the stick again this week, but that’s what you get when you give us terrible announcers.

FOX Early & Late

EARLY GAMES

Green Bay @ Detroit
Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
Arizona @ Atlanta
Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa
Philadelphia @ Washington
Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick
Tampa Bay @ Carolina
Chris Myers, Tim Ryan


LATE GAMES

New Orleans @ Oakland
Dick Stockton, John Lynch

UPDATES
all New England (exc Boston); Albuquerque NM; Syracuse, Utica and Watertown NY; El Paso TX: PHI-WSH to GB-DET
Memphis TN: PHI-WSH to NO-OAK to GB-DET
San Antonio TX: PHI-WSH to NO-OAK
Austin TX: NO-OAK to PHI-WSH
Bowling Green KY: GB-DET to AZ-ATL
Wichita KS: GB-DET to NO-OAK

CBS EARLY

Cleveland @ Dallas
Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf
NY Jets @ St. Louis
Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts
Cincinnati @ Kansas City
Marv Albert, Rich Gannon
Jacksonville @ Houston
Bill Macatee, Steve Tasker
NO GAME due to NFL rules

CBS LATE

Indianapolis @ New England
Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
San Diego @ Denver
Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcots
NO GAME due to NFL rules

UPDATES:
Atlanta; Memphis: SD-DEN to IND-NE

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