NFL Week 3 Schedule

Week Three NFL Schedule on Fox, with Announcer Assignments

Here is this week’s NFL schedule on Fox, with announcer assignments and the markets where each game can be seen:

1:00p.m. Starts

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Dallas Cowboys- Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver. 32% of the country will see this game. MARKETS INCLUDE: Albuquerque, Austin, Boston, Charlotte, Dallas, Dayton, Denver, Fort Myers, Greensboro, Hartford, Houston, Memphis, Norfolk, Oklahoma City, Orlando, Pittsburgh, Providence, Raleigh, Richmond, San Antonio, Tampa, Tulsa.

San Francisco 49ers at Minnesota Vikings- Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa.  20% of the country will see this game.  MARKETS INCLUDE: Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Portland, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle.

St. Louis Rams at Chicago Bears- Dick Stockton, John Lynch, Jennifer Hale. 11% of the country will see this game.  MARKETS INCLUDE: Chicago, Louisville, Milwaukee, St. Louis.

Detroit Lions at Tennessee TitansRon Pitts, Mike Martz, Christina Pink.  5% of the country will see this game.  MARKETS INCLUDE: Detroit, Grand Rapids, Knoxville, Nashville.

4:05p.m. ET Starts

Philadelphia Eagles at Arizona Cardinals- Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick, Laura Okmin.  21% of the country will see this game. MARKETS INCLUDE: Baltimore, Buffalo, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Washington, West Palm Beach.

Atlanta Falcons at San Diego ChargersChris Myers, Tim Ryan, Jaime Maggio.  10% of the country will see this game.  MARKETS INCLUDE: Atlanta, Greenville, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Kansas City, New Orleans.

Week 3 NFL Schedule, with Local Media Links

Here is the week 3 schedule in the NFL, along with links to the local media covering each team:

Thursday, Sep. 20
Game Time TV Location
N.Y. Giants at Carolina 8:20 pm NFL Network Bank of America Stadium
Sunday, Sep. 23
Game Time TV Location
St. Louis at Chicago 1:00 pm FOX Soldier Field
Cincinnati at Washington 1:00 pm CBS FedEx Field
Detroit at Tennessee 1:00 pm FOX LP Field
Kansas City at New Orleans 1:00 pm CBS Mercedes-Benz Superdome
San Francisco at Minnesota 1:00 pm FOX Mall of America Field
N.Y. Jets at Miami 1:00 pm CBS Sun Life Stadium
Buffalo at Cleveland 1:00 pm CBS Cleveland Browns Stadium
Tampa Bay at Dallas 1:00 pm FOX Cowboys Stadium
Jacksonville at Indianapolis 1:00 pm CBS Lucas Oil Stadium
Atlanta at San Diego 4:05 pm FOX Qualcomm Stadium
Philadelphia at Arizona 4:05 pm FOX University of Phoenix Stadium
Pittsburgh at Oakland 4:25 pm CBS Coliseum
Houston at Denver 4:25 pm CBS Sports Authority Field
New England at Baltimore 8:20 pm NBC M&T Bank Stadium
Monday, Sep. 24
Game Time TV Location
Green Bay at Seattle 8:30 pm ESPN CenturyLink Field

NFL Week Three Schedule, With Local Media Links

Here is the NFL schedule for week three, with links to the local media covering each NFL team (all games ET):

Sunday, Sep. 25
Game Time TV
New England at Buffalo 1:00 pm CBS
Jacksonville at Carolina 1:00 pm CBS
Denver at Tennessee 1:00 pm CBS
N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia 1:00 pm FOX
Houston at New Orleans 1:00 pm CBS
Detroit at Minnesota 1:00 pm FOX
Miami at Cleveland 1:00 pm CBS
San Francisco at Cincinnati 1:00 pm FOX
N.Y. Jets at Oakland 4:05 pm CBS
Baltimore at St. Louis 4:05 pm CBS
Kansas City at San Diego 4:05 pm CBS
Atlanta at Tampa Bay 4:15 pm FOX
Arizona at Seattle 4:15 pm FOX
Green Bay at Chicago 4:15 pm FOX
Pittsburgh at Indianapolis 8:20 pm NBC
Monday, Sep. 26
Game Time TV
Washington at Dallas 8:30 pm ESPN

CBS NFL Week 3 Schedule, With Announcer Assignments

Here is this Sunday’s NFL schedule on CBS, along with the announcer pairings for each game:

1:00pm ET Starts:

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Carolina Panthers: Spero Dedes/Steve Beuerlein
Houston Texans vs. New Orleans Saints: Greg Gumbel/Dan Dierdorf
New England Patriots vs. Buffalo Saints: Marv Albert/Rich Gannon
Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns: Don Criqui/Randy Cross
Denver Broncos vs. Tennessee Titans: Bill Macatee/Steve Tasker

4:00pm ET Starts:

N.Y. Jets vs Oakland Raiders: Jim Nantz/Phil Simms
Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Diego Chargers: Ian Eagle/Dan Fouts
Baltimore Ravens vs. St. Louis Rams: Kevin Harlan/Solomon Wilcots