NFL TV Maps/Schedule For Week 16

The Seahawks game was flexed into the Sunday Night slot on NBC this week, so if you’re looking for that game you wont find it here. The entire nation gets to see the Seahawks play in Prime Time.  It’s going to be fun.

For once I actually think we getting the best games up here in the PNW, well, except one. The entire slate on CBS is full of a bunch of games in which at least one team is pretty dang bad. All but 1 that is. Bengals-Steelers has huge playoff implications, and may knock the Steelers out of the playoff this year. Plus, with 2 decent and evenly matched teams, it should be entertaining.

The Fox morning game is the one I’d rather they change. Why we keep getting Dallas games is a question that I don’t think I want answered. The NFL the seems to think we care about the Cowboys considering how often we’re force-fed their games. We don’t. Obviously. At least that game has playoff implications. I’d much rather watch Vikings-Texans. Two much better teams and just as much on the line for the playoffs. Plus theres Adrian Peterson’s chase for the record. Hopefully the Saints will be blowing out the Cowboys at halftime by enough that they’ll switch us over to the other game.

In the afternoon, Fox didn’t have much to choose from, and I think they picked the right game. Both the Giants and the Ravens are fighting for the playoffs. It should be a good game, and hopefully it’ll have that playoff feel to it. The alternative just isn’t as enticing. Arizona isn’t in playoff hunt, though the Bears are and they can be eliminated with an Arizona win I believe.

CBS (One Game)

AK: Anchorage Fairbanks
HI: Honolulu

EARLY GAMES:

Cincinnati @ Pittsburgh
Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
Tennessee @ Green Bay
Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf
San Diego @ NY Jets
Marv Albert, Rich Gannon
New England @ Jacksonville
Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcots
Indianapolis @ Kansas City
Bill Macatee, Steve Tasker
Oakland @ Carolina
Spero Dedes, Steve Beuerlein
Buffalo @ Miami
Don Criqui, Randy Cross

LATE GAMES:

Cleveland @ Denver
Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts

Fox (Early Game)

AK: Anchorage Fairbanks
HI: Honolulu

New Orleans @ Dallas
Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa
Washington @ Philadelphia
Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick
Minnesota @ Houston
Chris Myers, Tim Ryan
St. Louis @ Tampa Bay
Ron Pitts, Mike Martz
NO GAME due to NFL rules

Fox (Late Game)

AK: Anchorage Fairbanks
HI: Honolulu

NY Giants @ Baltimore
Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
Chicago @ Arizona
Dick Stockton, John Lynch
NO GAME due to NFL rules

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