Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Your 2009 NFL Week 2 Schedule

CBS gets the doubleheader this week and for the first time this season, Joe Buck is in Philadelphia and doing an Eagles game. Are you ready to see who will be calling your team's game? Without further ado, here is your Week 2 NFL Announcing Schedule! (games in bold indicate the games I get; all times eastern)

Map of who gets what Fox games

New Orleans Saints @ Philadelphia Eagles 1:00 (Fox - Joe Buck and Troy Aikman)
St. Louis Rams @ Washington Redskins 1:00 (Fox - Sam Rosen and Tim Ryan)
Carolina Panthers @ Atlanta Falcons 1:00 (Fox - Dick Stockton and Charles Davis)
Minnesota Vikings @ Detroit Lions 1:00 (Fox - Ron Pitts and John Lynch)
Arizona Cardinals @ Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 (Fox - Chris Myers and Trent Green)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Buffalo Bills 4:05 (Fox - Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, and Tony Siragusa)
Seattle @ San Francisco 4:05 (Fox - Thom Brennaman and Brian Billick)

Map of who will get what early games on CBS

New England Patriots @ New York Jets 1:00 (CBS - Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf)
Oakland Raiders @ Kansas City Chiefs 1:00 (CBS - Kevin Harlan and Solomon Wilcots)
Houston Texans @ Tennessee Titans 1:00 (CBS - Gus Johnson and Steve Tasker)
Cincinnati Bengals @ Green Bay Packers 1:00 (CBS - Ian Eagle and Rich Gannon)

Map of who will get what late games on CBS

Pittsburgh Steelers @ Chicago Bears 4:15 (CBS - Jim Nantz and Phil Simms)
Baltimore Ravens @ San Diego Chargers 4:15 (CBS - Dick Enberg and Dan Fouts)
Cleveland Browns @ Denver Broncos 4:15 (CBS - Bill Macatee and Steve Beuerlein)

Sunday Night Football
New York Giants @ Dallas Cowboys 8:20 (NBC - Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth)

Monday Night Football
Indianapolis Colts @ Miami Dolphins 8:30 (ESPN - Mike Tirico, Ron Jaworski, and Jon Gruden)

It appears as if this is one of those weeks where I get all of the marquee games. I've got the Fox marquee game, the early CBS one, and the late CBS one. Plus we've got the can't miss event that is the opening of JerryLand in primetime on Sunday Night Football. I hope that you will be able to join us for the live blogs and while there is a bit of an overlap with some of the CBS games, it still appears like there should be a lot of variety and a lot of fun.


  1. Due to NFL Blackout rules, I won't get Pats-Jets. Oh well...I'll watch the Phillies-Braves instead as I continue my Convick Boycott.

  2. I get a second CBS affiliate (Scranton/NEPA) which will air the Pats-Jets game.

    Have fun with that boycott, JC!

  3. O/U on how many times Enberg calls the Ravens "Colts"?

    i say more than...

  4. Or...Enberg calls the Ravens the "Cleveland Browns"? BTW, only 2.1% will get the Arizona-Jacksonville game according to The506.com, which is less than the cities of Buffalo and San Francisco who will not get the CBS doubleheader games (2.8%).


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