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NFL TV Maps: Week 17

Everyone gets 4 games this week for the time all season. I think thats because of the lack of prime time games, but I still haven’t completely figured out the NFL’s TV rules. Like I have no idea why most of Oregon isn’t getting the Seattle game this weekend. Pretty annoying since it’s not like Atlanta-Tampa is remotely interesting.

The CBS early lineup is nothing but uninteresting games. Det-Green Bay is probably the best game of the morning lineup over on Fox, but few people are getting that game.

In the afternoon Denver-KC might not be all that interesting to some people, but it clearly has playoff implications so I can see why most of the nation is getting that game. My problem is I’m clearly tired of Tim Tebow Mania, and don’t want to watch him if I don’t have to. I’d rather watch San Diego-Oakland which has the same playoff implications, but that’s just me.

Lets get to the maps.

CBS – Early Game

Alaska Hawaii
NY Jets @ Miami
Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf
Tennessee @ Houston
Bill Macatee, Steve Tasker
Indianapolis @ Jacksonville
Spero Dedes, Steve Beuerlein
Buffalo @ New England
Don Criqui, Randy Cross
NO GAME due to NFL rules

CBS – Late Game

Alaska Hawaii
Kansas City @ Denver
Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
Baltimore @ Cincinnati
Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts
San Diego @ Oakland
Marv Albert, Rich Gannon
Pittsburgh @ Cleveland
Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcots
NO GAME due to NFL rules

Fox – Early Game

Alaska Hawaii
Carolina @ New Orleans
Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
Chicago @ Minnesota
Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa
Detroit @ Green Bay
Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick
San Francisco @ St. Louis
Chris Myers, Tim Ryan
Washington @ Philadelphia
Ron Pitts, Charles Davis
NO GAME due to NFL rules

Fox – Late Game

Alaska Hawaii
Tampa Bay @ Atlanta
Dick Stockton, John Lynch
Seattle @ Arizona
Sam Rosen, Chad Pennington
NO GAME due to NFL rules

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