NFL on TV & Radio week 11











Interested in where and who will be broadcasting the NFL games this week? We got you covered.  Here is the FULL LINEUP of everything NFL including what games each USA region will broadcast and what announcers will be calling them, the DirecTV Sunday Ticket lineup, the SiriusXM Satellite Radio channels, and the entire TV & over the air Radio Networks Schedule for each and every game.

So pull up a seat, grab a spot on the couch and happy viewing!


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NFL WEEK 11 Preview


Game of the Week

This week the 9-0 Kansas City Chiefs travel to Denver to take on the 8-1 Broncos in a great Sunday Night Football match up. This game is intriguing for several reasons. First and foremost, it’s a match up of two of the best teams (record wise) in the NFL. The Seattle Seahawks are the only other team with one loss or less. Every other team has at least two loses. It’s also a game that will have major ramifications on who gets home field advantage in the AFC. A Kansas City win would give them a two game lead on the Broncos with a rematch in Arrowhead Stadium remaining. A Denver win would even things back up with six games remaining. Plus, this game is considered the first true test for the undefeated Chiefs. The Chiefs nine previous wins have all come against teams that currently have a .500 record or worse.

If that was it, this would still be a greatly anticipated match up. However, the top reason that many are anxiously awaiting this game is because of the contrasting make ups of these teams. You literally could not have more polar opposites.

The Broncos are the best offense in the league, hands down. They are first in the NFL in both yards per game (458.7) and points per game (41.2). In what is considered to be a “quarterback’s league” they are first in passing yards per game (353.4), yards per attempt (8.8), touchdowns (33), and QB Rating (120.6). In a league with several truly explosive offenses, the Broncos are the elite of the elite. If you had to describe their offense in one word, “wow” would be a good choice.

The Chiefs on the other hand are very mediocre on offense. They rank 24th in yards per game (317.3) and 14th in points per game (23.9). The PPG number is only higher because of their multiple defensive and special teams touchdowns. In a passing league, they rank 27th in passing yards per game (198.3), 30th in yards per attempt (6.1), 27th in passing TDs (9), and 20th in QB Rating (81.4). While Jamaal Charles is having another excellent season, it hasn’t been enough to make this offense dangerous.

However, when you look at the defenses of these two teams the rolls are reversed.

Kansas City leads the league in points per game allowed (12.3), takeaways (23), and sacks (36). They are a respectable 10th in yards per game allowed (326.9). Going into week 10, Pro Football Focus had KC outside linebackers Tamba Hali and Justin Houston ranked at #1 and #2 in the entire NFL for QB disruptions. When their offense has failed to put games away this defense has come up with key stops, sacks, and turnovers every single game.

The Denver defense looks a lot like the Kansas City offense. They aren’t awful, but they are definitely below average. They rank 23rd in yards per game allowed (374.9), 25th in points per game allowed (26.4), 13th in sacks (26), and have forced 16 turnovers. With Denver getting Von Miller back from suspension and hoping to eventually have a healthy Champ Bailey, there is hope for this unit improving.

That is why this game is so intriguing. The match up of the Denver offense against the KC defense is clearly the most anticipated football matchup of the NFL season thus far. If Denver lights up the KC defense like a pinball machine it will go a long way towards proving the widely perceived view that great QB play is the key to winning in today’s NFL. However, if the KC defense shuts down the vaunted Denver offense, it will be a sign that maybe the old saying that “defense wins championships” still could hold true today.

So on Sunday night make sure you find yourself a good seat to watch this game and enjoy the match up of these two elite units. It should go a long way to showing us who is the team to beat in the AFC going forward and just maybe, what type of team is best built for success in 2013.


Colts at Titans

Both of these teams are coming off embarrassing home loses. The Colts were clobbered by the Rams and the Titans let the Jaguars pick up their first win of the season in Tennessee. The Titans are a solid team, but with Jake Locker out this is going to be a hard game to pull out. It looks like the fears of some Colts fans that the loss of Reggie Wayne would have a huge impact were justified. The Colts are a good enough team to beat the Locker-less Titans on the road. A healthy run game would help the Colts a lot, and that’s something they didn’t have against the Rams.


Jets at Bills

The Bills put up a good fight against Kansas City in week 9, and many picked them to knock off the Steelers on the road last week since they were getting EJ Manuel back. That didn’t work out so well. Meanwhile, the Jets are coming off a bye week that came after their upset of the Saints. It is a good matchup.


Falcons at Buccaneers

Before the season started no one thought the Bucs would be 1-8 at this point. The same can be said about the way the Falcon’s season has gone. When you have legit Super Bowl aspirations and then your season blows up in your face, it’s hard to find the motivation to fight through the long parts of the season. Don’t be surprised if Tony Gonzalez suddenly finds himself “injured” soon and spending the rest of the season on IR.


Lions at Steelers

This season has worked out perfectly for the Lions. The Vikings are a disaster and the Bears and Packers have QB issues due to injuries. The division is basically theirs for the taking as long as they don’t implode (which would be a “Detroit” thing to do). The Steelers proved they are still capable of beating teams at home when they took care of the Bills last week. Another good matchup and a tough game for both teams.


Redskins at Eagles

Many thought maybe the Redskins were turning the corner, but then they went and lost to the Vikings. The same people thought the Eagles were dead in the water, but then Nick Foles started playing like a Hall of Famer. Foles is completing 63% of his passes at 9.2 yards per attempt, has 16 TDs and 0 INTs, and a QB rating of 132.5. He may not cool off, especially when he is going against a Washington pass defense that is one of the worst in the NFL. Look for a high scoring game, which has become the norm for any game the skins are in.


Cardinals at Jaguars

Don’t understand the Arizona Cardinals. They are 21st in points allowed and 22nd in points scored. They don’t have much of a running game and Carson Palmer has 15 interceptions. Yet somehow they have a winning record and are in the hunt for a wild card spot in the NFC. The Jags did a nice job of getting their first win against the Titans, but don’t expect two in a row.


Raiders at Texans

The Texans have the #1 defense in the NFL in yards allowed, Case Keenum has played well so far (7 TDs, 0 INTs, 105.1 QB rating), and yet the Texans can’t win a game. It seems like every week they let us down. The Raiders seem to waiver between respectable and just plain bad from week to week, but they do have more wins than the Texans. Houston is probably the better team should win.


Ravens at Bears

The Bears season may have slipped through their fingers last week in their loss to Detroit. They left Jay Cutler in too long when it was clear he wasn’t right. On top of that, they lost Charles Tillman for at least 6 weeks. The Ravens on the other hand, kept their playoff hopes alive when they pulled out an overtime win over their division rival Cincinnati. This game will go a long way in shaping up the division races.


Browns at Bengals

The Bengals lost to the Browns in Cleveland earlier this season and are now coming off of back to back loses to Miami and Baltimore. You have to think that those factors will have them up for this game. Plus, the Bengals are 4-0 at home this season with wins over the Packers and Patriots. The Browns do look better with Jason Campbell than they did with Brandon Weeden, but they still only have one road win on the season. Look for the Bengals to rebound.


Chargers at Dolphins

People can talk about the distraction of the Martin/Incognito drama all they want. It may or may not be a huge distraction to the players, but the real issue is that the Dolphins offensive line was already horrible and then they lost two starters. The combination of no run game and bad pass protection is not good. Phillip Rivers can put up enough points to put the pressure on the Dolphins offense and the question is can the fins respond? No.


Packers at Giants

Combine an Aaron Rodgers injury with the Giants winning three straight amy make many people pick the Gmen in this game. That’s because the Giants are at home and as bad as Eli has played this year many people just don’t trust Scott Tolzien to go on the road and beat him. It will probably be an ugly game.


Vikings at Seahawks

Let’s cut to the chase. The Vikings are rated 28th in total offense and 30th in total defense, are 2-7 on the season, and are going on the road to face the most well-rounded team in the NFL on their home turf where they never lose. Not much else needs to be said.


49ers at Saints

The Saints are 5-0 at home this season with a cumulative score of 176-75. That’s an average score of 35-15. Meanwhile, Colin Kaepernick is struggling a little bit in his first full season as the starter in San Francisco. The 49ers being will just no be able to score more than Drew Brees and the Saints in that dome. The game may be close early on, but down the stretch the Saints will break it open.


Chiefs at Broncos

Most experts will take the Broncos at home here, especially with KC dealing with the distraction of Dwayne Bowe’s arrest for marijuana possession. However, Andy Reid is 13-1 coming off his bye week and 18-2 if you include long weeks to prepare after Thursday night games. You add to that the fact that Peyton Manning is already banged up and the Broncos are still without their Head Coach and you have the makings of an upset.


Patriots at Panthers

For all the horrible match ups that we’ve seen in prime time this season the Sunday night and Monday night match ups this week are fantastic. The Patriots and Panthers would be the hands down best game of the week in any other week where the Broncos and Chiefs weren’t facing off for the first time. The Panthers have won five straight games and have only allowed three total TDs in four home games this season. While the Patriots seem to be getting better as the season goes on, they struggled with the Jets (twice) and the Bengals because of their physical front sevens. The Panthers front seven may be better than either of those two teams.

source: fansided


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DirecTV Sunday Ticket


Sunday, November 17, 2013
Visiting Team vs. Home TeamTime (ET)Channel
New York Jets at Buffalo Bills1:00 PM704
Baltimore Ravens at Chicago Bears1:00 PM705
Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals1:00 PM706
Oakland Raiders at Houston Texans1:00 PM707
Arizona Cardinals at Jacksonville Jaguars1:00 PM708
Washington Redskins at Philadelphia Eagles1:00 PM709
Detroit Lions at Pittsburgh Steelers1:00 PM710
Atlanta Falcons at Tampa Bay Buccaneers1:00 PM711
San Diego Chargers at Miami Dolphins4:00 PM712
Green Bay Packers at New York Giants4:00 PM713
San Francisco 49ers at New Orleans Saints4:00 PM714
Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks4:00 PM715


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SiriusXM Radio


Thursday, November 14
Away TeamHome TeamAwayHome
Indianapolis ColtsTennessee TitansXM 225 (Internet 813)XM 86 (Internet 830)
Sunday, November 17                                                           
Away TeamHome TeamAwayHome
Baltimore RavensChicago BearsXM Internet 802XM 226 (Internet 805)
Cleveland BrownsCincinnati BengalsXM Internet 807XM 86 (Internet 806)
Detroit LionsPittsburgh SteelersXM Internet 810XM 229 (Internet 824)
Arizona CardinalsJacksonville JaguarsXM Internet 800XM 235 (Internet 814)
Atlanta FalconsTampa Bay BuccaneersXM Internet 801XM 227 (Internet 829)
Washington RedskinsPhiladelphia EaglesXM Internet 831XM 228 (Internet 823)
Oakland RaidersHouston TexansXM Internet 822XM 231 (Internet 812)
New York JetsBuffalo BillsXM Internet 821XM 230 (Internet 803)
San Diego ChargersMiami DolphinsXM Internet 825XM 227 (Internet 816)
San Francisco 49ersNew Orleans SaintsXM Internet 827XM 86 (Internet 819)
Minnesota VikingsSeattle SeahawksXM Internet 817XM 228 (Internet 826)
Green Bay PackersNew York GiantsXM Internet 811XM 226 (Internet 820)
Kansas City ChiefsDenver BroncosXM 226 (Internet 815)XM 225 (Internet 809)
Monday, November 18                                                           
Away TeamHome TeamAwayHome
New England PatriotsCarolina PanthersXM 225 (Internet 818)XM 86 (Internet 804)


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TV & Radio Networks Schedule


Thursday, November 14
8:25 PM- Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans (NFL Network) Brad Nessler, Mike Mayock, Alex Flanagan
RADIO: (Westwood One) Ian Eagle, Trent Green, Rocky Boiman


Sunday, November 17

1 PM- New York Jets at Buffalo Bills (CBS) Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts

1 PM- Baltimore Ravens at Chicago Bears (CBS) Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
RADIO: (Sports USA) Adam Amin, Ross Tucker, TBA

1 PM- Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals (CBS) Marv Albert, Rich Gannon

1 PM- Oakland Raiders at Houston Texans (CBS) Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcotts
RADIO: (Compass Media) Greg Papa, Tom Flores, Jim Plunkett, George Atkinson, JT The Brick

1 PM- Washington Redskins at Philadelphia Eagles (FOX) Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch, Erin Andrews
RADIO: (ESPN Radio) Marc Kestecher, Bill Polian, Ian Fitzsimmons

1 PM- Detroit Lions at Pittsburgh Steelers (FOX) Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick, Laura Okmin
RADIO: (Westwood One) Tom McCarthy, Rod Woodson

1 PM- Arizona Cardinals at Jacksonville Jaguars (FOX) Dick Stockton, Ronde Barber, Kris Budden

4:05 PM- San Diego Chargers at Miami Dolphins (CBS) Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf
RADIO: (Westwood One) Dave Sims, Mark Malone

4:25 PM- San Francisco 49ers at New Orleans Saints (FOX) Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver
RADIO: (Sports USA) Larry Kahn, Doug Plank, Troy West

4:25 PM- Green Bay Packers at New York Giants (FOX) Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa
RADIO: (Compass Media) Chris Carrino, Brian Baldinger

4:25 PM- Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks (FOX) Chris Myers, Tim Ryan, Jennifer Hale
RADIO: (Compass Media) Matt Smith, Tony Hill

8:30 PM- Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs (NBC) Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya
RADIO: (Westwood One) Kevin Kugler, James Lofton, Hub Arkush


Monday, November 18

8:40 PM- New England Patriots at Carolina Panthers (ESPN) Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden, Lisa Salters
RADIO: (Westwood One) Kevin Harlan, Boomer Esiason, Mark Malone



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