NFL TV maps Week 2: Seattle area get marquee games


According to the NFL TV Maps, the Seattle area will be getting three very good games on the local broadcast stations this week.

If you’re looking for the Seahawks game, it is on Fox in the late time slot. The Joe Buck-Troy Aikman broadcast team likely isn’t going to make most fans happy, but they at least Seattle isn’t playing an NFC East team. That pair can be insufferable for those games.

The local CBS affiliates did a good job of picking games this week. The Pittsburgh-Cincinatti game is clearly the best available game in that time slot. That should be a fun matchup between two playoff teams.

The afternoon game on CBS is Indianapolis-Denver. That one will be fun because it will feature

Denver’s defense making life difficult for Andrew Luck. Of course, no one in the Seattle area will be watching it, since we’ll all be tuned in to the Seahawks game, right?

Here are the full NFL TV maps, in case you live outside the local market and want to know what games will be shown in your area.

CBS Early Game

Cincinnati @ Pittsburgh
Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts
Miami @ New England
Greg Gumbel, Trent Green
Kansas City @ Houston
Spero Dedes, Solomon Wilcots
Tennessee @ Detroit
Andrew Catalon, Steve Tasker, Steve Beuerlein
Baltimore @ Cleveland
Carter Blackburn, Chris Simms
NO GAME due to local team at home on FOX

CBS Late Game

Indianapolis @ Denver
Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
Atlanta @ Oakland
Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon
Jacksonville @ San Diego
Tom McCarthy, Adam Archuleta
NO GAME due to local team at home on FOX

Fox (one game)

Dallas @ Washington
Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch
New Orleans @ NY Giants
Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston
San Francisco @ Carolina
Chris Myers, Ronde Barber
Seattle @ Los Angeles (LATE)
Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
Tampa Bay @ Arizona (LATE)
Thom Brennaman, Charles Davis, Chris Spielman

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All credit for the maps needs to be given to the guys at They do a tremendous job putting them together each and every week.