NFL TV Maps/Listings For Week 8

This week we see a very rare sight in our TV maps; a mono-color map. Fox only has one late game this week, and thus the entire nation is stuck watching the Giants take on the Cowboys. Sad thing is that for most of the country, that’ll be the only game on TV at the time.At least for those in Seattle, you get a 2nd option. Granted the Chiefs-Raiders is a pretty poor game between bad teams, but at least it’s an option.

Just be sure to remember that the Seahawks play in the morning. They’re on the road in Detroit this week. Be sure to wait until after the game to take care of any errands or work on any to-do list.

As always, a huge thanks has to go out to the guys at The506.com for creating these maps. If you live in an area where you need to zoom in to see what game you’ll get, head over to their site for more detailed and self-zooming versions of these maps.

CBS (One Game)

AK: Anchorage Fairbanks
HI: Honolulu

EARLY GAMES:

New England vs St. Louis (in London)
Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
Jacksonville @ Green Bay
Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf
Miami @ NY Jets
Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts
San Diego @ Cleveland
Spero Dedes, Rich Gannon
Indianapolis @ Tennessee
Bill Macatee, Steve Tasker

LATE GAMES:

Oakland @ Kansas City
Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcots

Fox Early Game

AK: Anchorage Fairbanks
HI: Honolulu
Carolina @ Chicago
Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa
Washington @ Pittsburgh
Sam Rosen, Brian Billick
Atlanta @ Philadelphia
Dick Stockton, John Lynch
Seattle @ Detroit
Chris Myers, Tim Ryan
NO GAME due to NFL rules

Fox Late Game

AK: Anchorage Fairbanks
HI: Honolulu

NY Giants @ Dallas
Thom Brennaman, Troy Aikman
NO GAME due to NFL rules

Topics: NFL, Seahawks, Seattle Seahawks, TV Maps

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