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Sports Media Weekly No. 172- Chad Finn, The Boston Globe & Ian Eagle, CBS Sports

The weather is beginning to turn cooler nationwide but we try to turn up the heat here on Sports Media Weekly (SMW)

Joining Ken Fang of Fang’s Bites and me for the news segment this week is Boston Globe sports media columnist Chad Finn.

We begin the show with what has been the most-talked about story over the last week, the developing saga of Dolphins’ offensive lineman Richie Incognito and his alleged bullying of teammate Jonathan Martin.  We look back at how the NFL’s network partners covered the story and the exclusive interview with Incognito by Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer.

We bring it back to Boston and get Chad’s take on how the Boston sports media handled covering the Red Sox this season under John Farrell compared to 2012 with Bobby Valentine.

We wrap the segment looking at the continued success for ESPN during its college basketball marathon, which aired over the last two days.  It’s an opportunity for ESPN to capitalize on promoting college basketball during a slow period between the end of baseball season and the end of the college and pro football seasons.

Our second guest this week is SMW fave Ian Eagle of CBS Sports, among other media entities.  Ken talks with Ian about his frenetic announcing schedule, his relationship with NBA broadcast partner Mike Fratello, his broadcasting idols, and his knowledge of 1980′s sitcoms.

Week 11 NFL Schedule, with Announcer Asignments

Here is the week 11 schedule in the NFL, along with the announcers calling each game:

THURSDAY, NOV. 14
GAME TIME/SCORE TV ANNOUNCERS
Indianapolis at Tennessee 8:25 pm NFL Network Brad Nessler, Mike Mayock
SUNDAY, NOV. 17
GAME TIME/SCORE TV ANNOUNCERS
N.Y. Jets at Buffalo 1:00 pm CBS Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts
Atlanta at Tampa Bay 1:00 pm FOX Sam Rosen, Heath Evans, Peter Schrager
Detroit at Pittsburgh 1:00 pm FOX Thomm Brennaman, Brian Billick, Laura Okmin
Washington at Philadelphia 1:00 pm FOX Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch, Erin Andrews
Arizona at Jacksonville 1:00 pm FOX Dick Stockton, Ronde Barber, Kris Budden
Oakland at Houston 1:00 pm CBS Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcotts
Baltimore at Chicago 1:00 pm CBS Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
Cleveland at Cincinnati 1:00 pm CBS Marv Albert, Rich Gannon
San Diego at Miami 4:05 pm CBS Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf
Green Bay at N.Y. Giants 4:25 pm FOX Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa
Minnesota at Seattle 4:25 pm FOX Chris Myers, Tim Ryan, Jennifer Hale
San Francisco at New Orleans 4:25 pm FOX Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver
Kansas City at Denver 8:30 pm NBC Al Michaels, Cris Collinworth
MONDAY, NOV. 18
GAME TIME/SCORE TV ANNOUNCERS
New England at Carolina 8:40 pm ESPN Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden
Bye week: Dallas, St. Louis

College Football This Week on ESPN

Here is this week’s college football schedule, along with announcer assignments, on the networks of ESPN:

ESPN, ABC, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN3, ESPNEWS and ESPN Radio Schedule
Date Time (ET) Matchup/Commentator Network
Tue, Nov 12 7:30 p.m. Buffalo at Toledo

Adam Amin & Kelly Stouffer
ESPNU
Ohio at Bowling Green

Michael Reghi & Rocky Boiman
ESPN3
Wed, Nov 13 8 p.m. Ball State at No. 15 Northern Illinois

Bob Wischusen, Desmond Howard & Quint Kessenich
ESPN2
Miami (Ohio) at Kent State

Tom Hart & John Congemi
ESPNU
Thu, Nov 14 7:30 p.m. Georgia Tech at No. 8 Clemson

Rece Davis, Jesse Palmer, David Pollack & Samantha Ponder
ESPN
Morgan State at South Carolina State

Mark Neely & Jay Walker
ESPNU
Fri, Nov 15 9 p.m. Washington at No. 13 UCLA

Carter Blackburn, Danny Kanell & Allison Williams
ESPN2
Sat, Nov 16 Noon No. 3 Ohio State at Illinois

Dave Pasch, Brian Griese & Tom Luginbill
ESPN
Indiana at No. 22 Wisconsin

Bob Wischusen, Rod Gilmore & Quint Kessenich
ESPN2
Troy at Ole Miss

Tom Hart & John Congemi
ESPNU
Cincinnati at Rutgers

Beth Mowins, Joey Galloway & Paul Carcaterra
ESPNEWS
No. 17 UCF at Temple

Eamon McAnaney, Anthony Becht & Brooke Weisbrod
ESPN3 * & RSN
Central Michigan at Western Michigan

Michael Reghi & Doug Graber
ESPN3 * & RSN
Wagner at Saint Francis ESPN3
12:21 p.m. Kentucky at Vanderbilt

Dave Neal, Andre Ware & Cara Capuano
ESPN3 * & SEC TV
12:30 p.m. North Carolina at Pitt ESPN3 * & ACC Network
Maryland at Virginia Tech ESPN3 * & ACC Network
NC State at Boston College ESPN3 * & RSN
1 p.m. Akron at Massachusetts

Bob Picozzi & KC Keeler
ESPN3
Yale at Princeton

Dave Popkin & Pete Najarian
ESPN3
Jacksonville State at Eastern Illinois ESPN3
Presbyterian at Coastal Carolina ESPN3
2 p.m. Louisiana-Lafayette at Georgia State

Ryan Rose & Warrick Dunn
ESPN3
North Dakota State at Youngstown State ESPN3
Northern Iowa at Missouri State ESPN3
3 p.m. Connecticut at SMU

Trey Bender & Kevin O’Connell
ESPN3
Tennessee-Chattanooga at Samford ESPN3
3:30 p.m. No. 16 Michigan State at Nebraska

Sean McDonough, Chris Spielman & Shannon Spake
ABC & ESPN2 **
Syracuse at No. 2 Florida State

Mike Patrick, Ed Cunningham & Jeannine Edwards
ABC & ESPN2 **
No. 23 Miami (Fla.) at Duke

Anish Shroff & Kelly Stouffer
ESPNU
7 p.m. Florida at No. 10 South Carolina

Joe Tessitore, Matt Millen & Maria Taylor
ESPN2
Houston at No. 20 Louisville

Clay Matvick, Matt Stinchcomb & Dawn Davenport
ESPNU
Memphis at South Florida

Shawn Kenney, Al Groh & Steffi Sorensen
ESPN3
7:30 p.m. Texas State at Arkansas State ESPN3
7:45 p.m. No. 1 Alabama at Mississippi State

Brad Nessler, Todd Blackledge & Holly Rowe
ESPN & ESPN Radio
8 p.m. No. 4 Stanford at USC

Brent Musburger, Kirk Herbstreit & Heather Cox
ABC & ESPN Radio
Northwestern State at McNeese State ESPN3
10:15 p.m. Wyoming at Boise State

Mark Jones, Brock Huard & Jessica Mendoza
ESPN2
10:30 p.m. San Jose State at Nevada

Joe Davis & David Diaz-Infante
ESPNU
SMWeekly171

Sports Media Weekly No. 171- Richard Sandomir, New York Times & Trenni Kusnierek, CSNNE

We have a pair of happy Boston Red Sox fans hosting this week’s Sports Media Weekly program.

Ken Fang of Fang’s Bites and I are joined for our news segment this week by Richard Sandomir of the New York Times.

We lead-off the show with a final look back at the World Series and Fox’ claim of higher ratings when, in fact, the viewership numbers are actually still on the decline.

Richard chimes in with a local New York sports media item in the announcement that the New York Mets next year will be calling WOR-AM it’s radio flagship home after a long stint on WFAN.

We return to Richard’s article with James Andrew Miller from a week or so ago on the 10th Anniversary of the NFL Network and the league’s attempt to sell a portion of the network’s stake to ESPN.  Richard adds some context and other insights to the piece.

We wrap the news segment by looking at how NBC is looking forward to a profitable Winter Olympic Games this February from Sochi after losing money at the Vancouver Games in 2010.

The second half of the show features Ken speaking with Trenni Kusnierek.  You may remember Trenni from her years at the MLB Network.  Ken talks with her about her expereinces there and her new role at Comcast SportsNet New England.

College Hoops Marathon on ESPN

Once again ESPN will televise more than 24 hours of continuous college basketball action to begin the season.  In fact this year’s slate has hoops action for 29 straight hours.  Both men’s and women’s games will be highlighted.

Here is the schedule, which begins Monday, along with announcer assignments and network coverage:

2013 College Hoops Tip-Off Marathon Schedule (Subject to change)

Date Time (ET) Game Network
Mon, Nov 11 7 p.m. No. 3 Stanford at No. 1 Connecticut (women’s)

Dave O’Brien & Doris Burke

ESPN2
    Kent State at Temple

Adam Amin & Tim Welsh

ESPNU
  9 p.m. No. 4 Tennessee at No. 12 North Carolina (women’s)

Pam Ward & Carolyn Peck

ESPN2
    Colorado State at No. 15 Gonzaga

Roxy Bernstein & Miles Simon

ESPNU
  11 p.m. BYU at Stanford

Dave Pasch & Seth Greenberg

ESPN2
Tues, Nov 12 1 a.m. Western Kentucky at No. 16 Wichita State

Dave Flemming & Mark Adams

ESPN2
  3 a.m. Akron at Saint Mary’s

Carter Blackburn & Bob Valvano

ESPN2
  5 a.m. New Mexico State at Hawaii

Kanoa Leahey & Stephen Howard

ESPN2
  7 a.m. Hartford at Florida Gulf Coast

Mark Jones and LaPhonso Ellis

ESPN2
  9 a.m. Quinnipiac at LaSalle

Mike Crispino & Tim Welsh

ESPN2
  11 a.m. LSU at UMass

Bram Weinstein & Kara Lawson

ESPN2
  1 p.m. West Virginia at Virginia Tech

Jon Sciambi & Bruce Pearl

ESPN
  3 p.m. South Carolina at No. 25 Baylor

Jimmy Dykes & Fran Fraschilla

ESPN
  5 p.m. NC State at Cincinnati

John Saunders & Sean Farnham

ESPN
  7 p.m. College GameDay (United Center, Chicago)

Rece Davis, Jay Bilas, Digger Phelps & Jalen Rose

ESPN
    No. 14 VCU at No. 24 Virginia

Mike Patrick & Len Elmore

ESPN2
  7:30 p.m. Champions Classic (United Center, Chicago)

No. 2 Michigan State vs. No. 1 Kentucky

Dan Shulman, Jay Bilas & Andy Katz

ESPN
  9 p.m. No. 10 Florida at No. 20 Wisconsin

Bob Wischusen & Dan Dakich

ESPN2
  9:30 p.m. Champions Classic (United Center, Chicago)

No. 5 Kansas vs. No. 4 Duke

Dan Shulman, Dick Vitale & Andy Katz

ESPN

Week 10 NFL Schedule, with Announcer Assignments

Here is the week 10 NFL schedule, along with the announcers calling each game:

THURSDAY, NOV. 07
GAME TIME/SCORE TV ANNOUNCERS
Washington at Minnesota 8:25 pm NFL Network Brad Nessler, Mike Mayock
SUNDAY, NOV. 10
GAME TIME/SCORE TV ANNOUNCERS
Cincinnati at Baltimore 1:00 pm CBS Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf
Detroit at Chicago 1:00 pm FOX Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa
Philadelphia at Green Bay 1:00 pm FOX Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver
St. Louis at Indianapolis 1:00 pm FOX Chris Myers, Tim Ryan, Jennifer Hale
Seattle at Atlanta 1:00 pm FOX Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch, Erin Andrews
Oakland at N.Y. Giants 1:00 pm CBS Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts
Jacksonville at Tennessee 1:00 pm CBS Bill Macatee, Steve Tasker
Buffalo at Pittsburgh 1:00 pm CBS Marv Albert, Rich Gannon
Carolina at San Francisco 4:05 pm FOX Thomm Brennaman, Brian Billick, Laura Okmin
Houston at Arizona 4:25 pm CBS Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcotts
Denver at San Diego 4:25 pm CBS Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
Dallas at New Orleans 8:30 pm NBC Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth
MONDAY, NOV. 11
GAME TIME/SCORE TV ANNOUNCERS
Miami at Tampa Bay 8:40 pm ESPN Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden
Bye week: Kansas City,N.Y. Jets,Cleveland,New England

College Football on ESPN

Here is this week’s college football schedule, including announcer assignments, on the networks of ESPN:

ESPN, ABC, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN3, ESPNEWS and ESPN Radio Schedule
Date Time (ET) Matchup/Commentator Network
Wed, Nov 6 8 p.m. Central Michigan at Ball State

Joe Davis & Robert Smith
ESPN2
Thu, Nov 7 7:30 p.m. Troy at Louisiana-Lafayette

Mark Neely & Jay Walker
ESPNU
9 p.m. No. 3 Oregon at No. 5 Stanford

Rece Davis, Jesse Palmer, David Pollack, Samantha Ponder & Heather Cox
ESPN
Fri, Nov 8 8:30 p.m. No. 20 Louisville at Connecticut

Carter Blackburn, Danny Kanell & Allison Williams
ESPN2
Air Force at New Mexico

Adam Amin & Rene Ingoglia
ESPNU
Sat, Nov 9 Noon Kansas State at No. 25 Texas Tech

Dave Flemming, David Diaz-Infante & Lewis Johnson
ABC **
No. 2 Florida State at Wake Forest

Mike Patrick, Ed Cunningham & Jeannine Edwards
ABC **
No. 9 Auburn at Tennessee

Dave Pasch, Brian Griese & Tom Luginbill
ESPN
Penn State at Minnesota

Beth Mowins, Joey Galloway & Paul Carcaterra
ESPN2
No. 8 Missouri at Kentucky

Clay Matvick, Matt Stinchcomb & Dawn Davenport
ESPNU
SMU at Cincinnati

Eamon McAnaney, Anthony Becht & Brooke Weisbrod
ESPN3 * & RSN
Vanderbilt at Florida ESPN3 * & RSN
Duquesne at Sacred Heart

Dave Popkin & Jeff Feagles
ESPN3
12:21 p.m. Arkansas at Ole Miss

Dave Neal, Andre Ware & Cara Capuano
ESPN3 * & SEC TV
12:30 p.m. Virginia at North Carolina ESPN3 * & ACC Network
Appalachian State at Georgia ESPN3 * & RSN
1 p.m. Western Michigan at Eastern Michigan

Dan Gutowsky & Rocky Boiman
ESPN3
Gardner-Webb at VMI ESPN3
2 p.m. Wofford at Tennessee-Chattanooga ESPN3
3:30 p.m. Nebraska at Michigan

Sean McDonough, Chris Spielman & Shannon Spake
ABC
BYU at No. 24 Wisconsin

Bob Wischusen, Rod Gilmore & Quint Kessenich
ESPN
Syracuse at Maryland ESPN3 * & RSN
Mississippi State at No. 15 Texas A&M

Marc Kestecher, David Norrie & Joe Schad
ESPN Radio
Boston College at New Mexico State ESPN3 * & RSN
Presbyterian at Liberty ESPN3 * & RSN
4 p.m. NC State at Duke

Anish Shroff & Kelly Stouffer
ESPNU
Lamar at Northwestern State ESPN3 * & RSN
4:30 p.m. Tennessee-Martin at Memphis

Shawn Kenney & Al Groh
ESPN3
7 p.m. Virginia Tech at No. 11 Miami (Fla.)

Brad Nessler, Todd Blackledge & Holly Rowe
ESPN
Houston at No. 21 UCF

Mark Jones, Brock Huard & Jessica Mendoza
ESPN2
Arkansas State at Louisiana-Monroe

Brock Bowling & Brian Kinchen
ESPN3
8 p.m. No. 23 Notre Dame at Pitt

Brent Musburger, Kirk Herbstreit & Heather Cox
ABC
Utah State at UNLV

Joe Davis & Dan Hawkins
ESPNU
Southeastern Louisiana at Central Arkansas ESPN3
10 p.m. No. 19 UCLA at Arizona

Joe Tessitore, Matt Millen & Maria Taylor
ESPN
10:15 p.m. No. 16 Fresno State at Wyoming

Tom Hart & John Congemi
ESPN2

NBC Sports Announces Olympics Coverage for MSNBC, CNBC and USA

NBC Sports announced yesterday its plans for coverage of curling and hockey on MSNBC, CNBC, and USA Network at next year’s Winter Olympics in Sochi.  The three networks will combine for 124 hours of coverage of the two sports.

From NBC Sports PR:

CNBC

CNBC — NBCUniversal’s fully distributed cable business channel — will present a daily curling program during the Sochi Olympics. The channel will televise 36 hours of curling coverage, including the men’s and women’s finals, over 12 days, beginning Monday, Feb. 10 and concluding Friday, Feb. 21. CNBC’s curling show will air daily from 5-8 p.m. ET from Feb. 10-21, except for Sunday, Feb. 16, when coverage will air from 4-7 p.m. ET.

MSNBC

MSNBC, NBCUniversal’s 24/7 cable news channel that is fully distributed in roughly 100 million homes, will carry 45 hours of live Olympic hockey and curling programming over 12 days. MSNBC’s 2014 Olympic Winter Games coverage from Sochi begins on Saturday, Feb. 8 with live women’s hockey featuring Canada-Switzerland at 8 a.m. ET, and concludes onWednesday, Feb. 19.

MSNBC will telecast live hockey on 11 of its 12 days, including medal round games. The network will also feature curling coverage, highlighted by men’s and women’s semifinals on Wednesday, Feb. 19.

USA NETWORK

USA Network, the #1 network in all of basic cable for an unprecedented seven straight years and seen in more than 100 million U.S. homes, will present live hockey and live curling during the 2014 Sochi Games, including medal rounds of both sports and three men’s hockey games featuring Team Canada.

The channel will televise 43 hours of live coverage over nine days starting on Monday, Feb. 10 with live women’s curling featuring U.S.-Switzerland. Men’s hockey coverage includes three games featuring Team Canada, including a matchup onSunday Feb. 16 between Canada-Finland, the gold and bronze medal-winning teams at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games.

Coverage will air on USA Network in the mornings and afternoons with exact times varying from day to day.

 

ESPN College Hoops Feature

ESPN Unveils College Basketball Announcer Pairings

ESPN today announced its set of play-by-play and analyst pairings for the upcoming college basketball season.

Dick Vitale enters his 35th season as college basketball analyst and will be paired with Dan Shulman and Shannon Spake as the network’s lead broadcast team who will call its Saturday prime time telecasts.

ESPN’s signature studio show on Saturdays,  College Gameday, will once again be anchored by Rece Davis with analysts Digger Phelps and Jalen Rose.

Other analysts in the studio this season include Seth Greenberg, Andy Katz, Bruce Pearl, Jay Williams, Dan Dakich, Jimmy Dykes, Laphonso Ellis, Sean Farnham, Fran Fraschilla, Kara Lawson and Miles Simon.

ESPNU’s studio coverage will feature hosts Dari Nowkhah, Matt Schick and Anish Shroff with analysis from Dino Gaudio and Adrian Branch.

Hosts Zubin Mehenti and Chris Hassel will rotate in with analyst Tim McCormick (Saturday) and reporter Jeff Goodman (Wednesday) to anchor the ESPN Buzzer Beater network – which offers live cut-ins and highlights from numerous top college basketball games Saturdays from noon ET to 11 p.m. and Wednesdays from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Here is the complete roster of play-by-play announcers and analysts for the upcoming college basketball season on ESPN:

Big Monday

Network Conference Play-by-play Analyst Reporter
ESPN ACC Sean McDonough Jay Bilas Jeannine Edwards
ESPN Big 12 Brent Musburger Fran Fraschilla Holly Rowe

Super Tuesday

Network Conference Play-by-play Analyst Reporter
ESPN Big Ten Mike Tirico Dan Dakich Samantha Ponder
ESPN SEC Brad Nessler Jimmy Dykes Shannon Spake
ESPN2 Big 12 Dave Flemming Miles Simon
ESPNU ACC Tom Hart Len Elmore
ESPNU SEC Joe Davis Dino Gaudio

Wednesday Night Hoops

Network Conference Play-by-play Analyst
ESPN2 ACC Bob Wischusen LaPhonso Ellis
ESPN2 Pac-12 Dave Pasch Bill Walton
ESPNU American Jason Benetti Tim Welsh
ESPNU Big 12 Clay Matvick Darrin Horn
ESPNU Pac-12 Beth Mowins Jon Crispin

Thursday Night Showcase Presented by Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups                         

Network Conference Play-by-play Analyst
ESPN or ESPN2 Big Ten Joe Tessitore Sean Farnham
ESPN or ESPN2 SEC Rece Davis Bob Knight
ESPN or ESPN2 Pac-12 Dave Pasch Bill Walton
ESPN or ESPN2 American Mike Patrick/Dave O’Brien Various analysts
ESPNU West Coast Roxy Bernstein Jarron Collins/Corey Williams

Friday                                                                         

Network Conference Play-by-play Analyst
ESPNU MAAC Doug Sherman Tim McCormick
ESPNU Horizon Jim Barbar Malcolm Huckaby

Saturday

Network Conference Play-by-play Analyst Reporters
ESPN Saturday Primetime Dan Shulman Dick Vitale Shannon Spake
ESPN Big Ten Bob Wischusen Dan Dakich
ESPN Big 12 Jon Sciambi Fran Fraschilla
ESPN ACC Dave O’Brien Doris Burke
ESPN SEC Mark Jones Jimmy Dykes
ESPN/ESPN2 American Mike Patrick Len Elmore
ESPN2 Atlantic 10 TBD TBD
ESPN2 West Coast Beth Mowins Kara Lawson
ESPN2 MVC Rich Hollenberg Mark Adams
ESPNU American Adam Amin Brooke Weisbrod
ESPNU SEC Tom Hart Jon Sundvold
ESPNU Big 12 Anish Shroff Tim Welsh

Sunday

Network Conference Play-by-play Analyst Reporter
ESPNU ACC Carter Blackburn Jay Williams Allison Williams
ESPNU Pac-12 Roxy Bernstein Corey Williams

ESPN Regional Television (ERT)

In addition, ESPN Regional Television will produce and syndicate games from the SEC and Big 12:

SEC TV Play-by-Play Analysts
Wednesday and Saturday Dave Baker, Dave Lamont, Clay Matvick, Mike Morgan or Dave Neal Barry Booker, Joe Dean, Daymeon Fishback, Kyle Macy or Jon Sundvold
Big 12 Network Play-by-Play Analysts
Saturday andselect weekdays Dave Armstrong, Doug Bell, Mitch Holthus or Brad Sham Reid Gettys, Stephen Howard, Bryndon Manzer or Chris Piper

NBC Flexes Week 11 Match-Up to Chiefs/Broncos

Looking at how the 2013 NFL season has started and how NBC can flex their Sunday Night Football games beginning with week 11, it was just about a foregone conclusion that NBC would flex out of its scheduled game of Green Bay at the NEw York Giants and replace it with an AFC West showdown between the Chiefs and Broncos.

That’s exactly what happened as the NFL announced today that the Chiefs and Broncos will now air on Sunday night, November 17th.  Packers/Giants will move to a 4:25p.m. ET kick-off on Fox and San Diego at Miami will move from a 1:00p.m. to a 4:05p.m. ET start on CBS.

Here is the re-vamped week 11 NFL schedule:

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14 (WEEK 11)

(Byes: Dallas, St. Louis)

INDIANAPOLIS AT TENNESSEE 7:25 PM (CT)

NFLN


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17

NEW YORK JETS AT BUFFALO 1:00 PM (ET)

CBS

BALTIMORE AT CHICAGO 12:00 PM (CT)

CBS

CLEVELAND AT CINCINNATI 1:00 PM (ET)

CBS

OAKLAND AT HOUSTON 12:00 PM (CT)

CBS

ARIZONA AT JACKSONVILLE 1:00 PM (ET)

FOX

WASHINGTON AT PHILADELPHIA 1:00 PM (ET)

FOX

DETROIT AT PITTSBURGH 1:00 PM (ET)

FOX

ATLANTA AT TAMPA BAY 1:00 PM (ET)

FOX

*SAN DIEGO AT MIAMI 4:05 PM (ET)

CBS

*GREEN BAY AT NEW YORK GIANTS 4:25 PM (ET)

FOX

SAN FRANCISCO AT NEW ORLEANS 3:25 PM (CT)

FOX

MINNESOTA AT SEATTLE 1:25 PM (PT)

FOX

*KANSAS CITY AT DENVER 6:30 PM (MT)

NBC

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18

NEW ENGLAND AT CAROLINA 8:40 PM (ET)

ESPN