NFL TV Maps/Schedule For Week 17

The final weekend of regular season football finally here. And with it the NFL is finally showing 4 games in most markets. Due to the league’s TV rules, the Seattle area only get 3. Not that it’s a big deal though, since everyone will be watching the Seahawks anyways.

For the Seahawks, all the interesting games this week happen at the same time, and all of them are on Fox. Fox’s 3 late games are the ones that will decide who gets the 2, 3 and 5 seeds in the NFL playoffs. Seattle’s game is one in this group. The others are Packers-Vikings and 49ers-Cardinals.

Over on CBS you can find the AFC games. The 6 playoff teams are decided, but none of the seedings are. The Indy-Houston game in the morning should be a good one. For my money though, I’d rather watch Ravens-Bengals, but thats just me.

CBS Early Game

AK: Anchorage Fairbanks
HI: Honolulu

Houston @ Indianapolis
Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf
NY Jets @ Buffalo
Marv Albert, Rich Gannon
Baltimore @ Cincinnati
Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcots
Cleveland @ Pittsburgh
Spero Dedes, Steve Beuerlein
Jacksonville @ Tennessee
Don Criqui, Randy Cross
TBA pending blackout
NO GAME due to NFL rules

CBS Late Game

AK: Anchorage Fairbanks
HI: Honolulu
Miami @ New England
Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
Kansas City @ Denver
Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts
Oakland @ San Diego
Bill Macatee, Steve Tasker
TBA pending blackout
NO GAME due to NFL rules

Fox Early Game

AK: Anchorage Fairbanks
HI: Honolulu
Chicago @ Detroit
Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa
Philadelphia @ NY Giants
Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick
Tampa Bay @ Atlanta
Dick Stockton, John Lynch
Carolina @ New Orleans
Ron Pitts, Mike Martz
NO GAME due to NFL rules

Fox Late Game

AK: Anchorage Fairbanks
HI: Honolulu

Green Bay @ Minnesota
Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
St. Louis @ Seattle
Chris Myers, Tim Ryan
Arizona @ San Francisco
Gus Johnson, Charles Davis
NO GAME due to NFL rules

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