NFL TV Maps for Week 9

Only 2 games on TV for everyone in Seattle this week. The single game not competing locally rule means we don’t get the Steelers – Giants game the rest of the nation gets, tough I doubt anyone will care since we’ll all be watching the Seahawks play anyways.

The only other game we get is the Denver – Cinci game. The Bengals are underrated, so it could be interesting. Then again, if you’re tired on the Peyton Manning “comeback” story than you probably don’t want to watch that game either. Personally  I’d rather watch the Packers clobber the Cardinals, but that on the other network.

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 Early Game

AK: Anchorage Fairbanks
HI: Honolulu
Denver @ Cincinnati
Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf
Buffalo @ Houston
Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts
Baltimore @ Cleveland
Marv Albert, Rich Gannon
Miami @ Indianapolis
Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcots
NO GAME due to NFL rules

CBS Late Game

AK: Anchorage Fairbanks
HI: Honolulu
Pittsburgh @ NY Giants
Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
NO GAME due to NFL rules

Fox (One Game)

AK: Anchorage Fairbanks
HI: Honolulu

EARLY GAMES:

Arizona @ Green Bay
Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
Carolina @ Washington
Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa
Chicago @ Tennessee
Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick
Detroit @ Jacksonville
Ron Pitts, Mike Martz

LATE GAMES:

Tampa Bay @ Oakland
Dick Stockton, John Lynch
Minnesota @ Seattle
Chris Myers, Tim Ryan

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