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NFL Week 6 Television Broadcast Distribution

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6 years ago at 11:00 pm ET
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NFL Week 6 Television Broadcast DistributionErich Schlegel - USA TODAY Sports

The highlight of NFL week 6 will be the Sunday night game when the New England Patriots visit the Indianapolis Colts in a rematch of last season’s AFC championship game. Patriot fans are looking forward to some possible vindication for the sting and botched frame job that led to a litany of lies and the oblivious ignoring of basic science by the NFL in the fiasco of a witch hunt that became known as deflategate in that game. In anticipation of a scorched earth response, the betting line has already moved 2½-points (from 5 to 7½) in the last 48 hours.

 

Here is a preliminary look at what games are currently scheduled to be broadcast where for NFL week six. As always, keep in mind that local networks have the option to ask for changes to the games they air, and those requests are generally granted by network headquarters. CBS has the doubleheader so most markets will get two of their games; all markets will get one game on FOX. New York City, Pittsburgh, Detroit and Seattle will only get one CBS game due to NFL television broadcast rules.

 

5-0 Atlanta Falcons (-3) at 1-4 New Orleans Saints; Thursday, October 15 at 8:25 pm ET

Broadcast in all markets on CBS and NFLN

 

5-0 Denver Broncos (-5) at 2-3 Cleveland Browns; early (Oct 18) game on CBS

Broadcast in Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Cleveland, Toledo, Indiana, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Nevada, California, Washington and Alaska

 

5-0 Cincinnati Bengals at 3-2 Buffalo Bills (Pick’em); early game on CBS

Broadcast in New England, New York (except NYC), Pennsylvania (except Pittsburgh), Maryland, Delaware, DC, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio (except Cleveland and Toledo), Tennessee, North Carolina and South Carolina

 

1-4 Kansas City Chiefs at 2-2 Minnesota Vikings (-3½); early game on CBS

Broadcast in Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas and Oklahoma

 

1-4 Houston Texans (-1) at 1-4 Jacksonville Jaguars; early game on CBS

Broadcast in Texas, Jacksonville and southern Georgia

 

2-3 Chicago Bears at 0-5 Detroit Lions (-3); early game on FOX

Broadcast in Toledo, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota (except Minneapolis), Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and North Dakota

 

2-3 Washington Redskins at 3-1 New York Jets (-5½); early game on FOX

Broadcast in New England, New York (except Buffalo), Philadelphia, Delaware, Maryland, DC, Virginia, Miami, West Palm Beach, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas

 

4-1 Arizona Cardinals (-3½) at 2-2 Pittsburgh Steelers; early game on FOX

Broadcast in Pennsylvania (except Philadelphia), West Virginia, Ohio (except Cleveland and Toledo), Missouri (except Kansas City), Kansas, Arizona, Nevada, California and Hawaii

 

1-3 Miami Dolphins at 1-3 Tennessee Titans (-2½); early game on CBS

Broadcast in Florida (except Jacksonville), Tennessee and Oregon

 

4-0 Carolina Panthers (-6½) at 2-3 Seattle Seahawks; late game on FOX

Broadcast in Buffalo, Cleveland, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida (except Miami/West Palm), Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Kansas City, Minneapolis, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Utah, Oregon, Washington and Alaska

 

2-2 San Diego Chargers at 5-0 Green Bay Pakers (-9½); late game on CBS

Broadcast in all of the US except Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, DC, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Reno, northern California, Oregon and Washington

 

1-4 Baltimore Ravens (-2½) at 1-4 San Francisco 49ers; late game on CBS

Broadcast in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, DC, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Reno, northern California, Oregon and Washington (except Seattle)

 

4-0 New England Patriots (-7½) at 3-2 Indianapolis Colts; Sunday night game at 8:30 pm ET

Broadcast in all markets on NBC

 

3-2 New York Giants at 2-3 Philadelphia Eagles (-3½); Monday night game at 8:30 pm ET

Broadcast in all markets on BSPN

 

 

Projections for broadcast crews for each week six game:

Falcons-Saints: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms

Broncos-Browns: Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts

Bengals-Bills: Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon (?)

Chiefs-Vikings: Greg Gumbel, Trent Green

Texans-Jaguars: Tom McCarthy, Adam Archuleta (?)

Bears-Lions: Chris Myers, Ronde Barber

Skins-Jets: Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston

Cardinals-Steelers: Thom Brennaman, Troy Aikman

Dolphins-Titans: Andrew Catalon, Steve Tasker (?)

Panthers-Seahawks: Sam Rosen, John Lynch

Chargers-Packers: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms

Ravens-Niners: Spero Dedes, Solomon Wilcots (?)

Patriots-Colts: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth

Giants-Eagles: Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden

 

 

 


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