NFL Viewing Guide: Week 6 TV Coverage Map

This week CBS has a single header which is interesting given the fact that FOX usually broadcasts the MLB playoffs. However, instead of being cheap with their sports, FOX is going with a technical and rarely seen triple header as we get an early and late game plus Game 1 of the NLCS starting at 8pm ET. Rather than give us one of the best days in terms of sports coverage, CBS is probably going to run something lame like Bull Riding or some crappy infomercial in place of a late game in a lot of markets.

Without further ado, your Week 6 NFL Viewing Guide:

CBS (Early & Late)


Indianapolis @ NY Jets
Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
Oakland @ Atlanta
Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf
Kansas City @ Tampa Bay
Marv Albert, Rich Gannon
Cincinnati @ Cleveland
Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcots


New England @ Seattle
Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts
Buffalo @ Arizona
Bill Macatee, Steve Tasker

Fairbanks AK: IND-NYJ to NE-SEA
Tampa: KC-TB to OAK-ATL (Bucs blacked out)

FOX Early Games


Detroit @ Philadelphia
Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa
Dallas @ Baltimore
Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick
St. Louis @ Miami
Chris Myers, Tim Ryan
NO GAME due to NFL rules

Davenport IA: DET-PHI to DAL-BAL
Rockford IL; Sioux City IA; Butte, Great Falls and Missoula MT: DAL-BAL to DET-PHI
Ottumwa IA: DAL-BAL to STL-MIA


FOX Late Games


NY Giants @ San Francisco
Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
Minnesota @ Washington
Dick Stockton, John Lynch
NO GAME due to NFL rules

Detroit; Flint MI; Toledo OH; South Bend and Fort Wayne IN; Ottumwa IA; Wichita KS: NYG-SF to MIN-WSH
Greenville NC: MIN-WSH to NYG-SF

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