NFL TV Schedule Week 11: Coverage Maps for CBS and FOX Action

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NFL TV Schedule Week 11: Coverage Maps for CBS and FOX Action
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Week 11 of the NFL season includes four teams on their bye week and the start of the flex games for Sunday night action. Sunday is a bit light on marquee matchups but there are several quality games to keep fans entertained.

There are several teams on the cusp of the playoffs and just as many on the verge of being eliminated. With the four teams currently in wild card position having six wins, teams sitting with four wins or less can't afford any more missteps. 

The Denver Broncos can all but wrap up the AFC West with a win over the San Diego Chargers. They would have a three-game lead and the tiebreaker advantage with six games to play.

Week 11 Coverage Info:

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Photo courtesy of the506.com
Photo courtesy of the506.com

Coverage maps courtesy of the506.com.

Matchup

Kickoff

Network

Announcers

Arizona at Atlanta

1:00 p.m. ET

  FOX

Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston

Cleveland at Dallas

1:00 p.m.

  CBS

Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf

Green Bay at Detroit

1:00 p.m.

  FOX

Joe Buck, Troy Aikman

Cincinnati at Kansas City

1:00 p.m.

  CBS

Marv Albert, Rich Gannon

NY Jets at St. Louis

1:00 p.m.

  CBS

Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts

Philadelphia at Washington

1:00 p.m.

  FOX

Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick

Tampa Bay at Carolina

1:00 p.m.

  FOX

Chris Myers, Tim Ryan

Jacksonville at Houston

1:00 p.m.

  CBS

Bill Macatee, Steve Tasker

Indianapolis at New England

4:25 p.m.

  CBS

Jim Nantz, Phil Simms

New Orleans at Oakland

4:25 p.m.

  FOX

Dick Stockton, John Lynch

San Diego at Denver

4:25 p.m.

  CBS

Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcots

 

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Matchup of the Week: Indianapolis at New England

One of the blue-bloods of the NFL quarterback club will be hosting the fraternity's crown prince on Sunday afternoon. Andrew Luck was supposed to face off with Tom Brady during Sunday's early games but it was moved to the afternoon matchup to expand telecast options.

Both of these teams are 6-3 and have a two-game lead in their respective playoff races. The Colts trail the Houston Texans by two games, but they also have two upcoming head-to-head games with the AFC South leader.

The Miami Dolphins (4-5) trail New England in the AFC East and are joined by the Cincinnati Bengals and San Diego Chargers in chasing the Colts for a wild card spot.

A win by the Colts or the Patriots will establish them as an elite AFC contender.

 

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Underrated Matchup of the Week: Green Bay at Detroit

The Detroit Lions have been a difficult team to track. Their offensive output has been sporadic, leading to comeback wins over the Seattle Seahawks and Philadelphia Eagles and narrow losses against the Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings.

Calvin Johnson has rebounded the last two weeks.

The Chicago Bears and Seahawks kept him under 50 yards, but Johnson has gained 336 yards with a touchdown the last two weeks. He seems healthy and ready to challenge the Packers' secondary.

A loss against the Packers will put an end to the Lions' goal of returning to the playoffs. Green Bay will likely have a healthy Jordy Nelson in the lineup, creating the potential for an offensive showdown.

 

Darin Pike is a writer for Bleacher Report's Breaking News Team and a Featured Columnist covering the NFL and Seattle Seahawks.

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