NFL on TV & Radio week 14












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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Week 14 Preview


I hate the phrase, “If the Season Ended Today”… Guess what, it doesn’t and it is ridiculous to say and silly to use that to determine who will and who won’t make the playoffs.  This is all you need to know about playoff scenarios for week 14:




Denver clinches a playoff spot with:

1) DEN win or tie OR

2) MIA loss or tie OR

3) BAL loss or tie


Kansas City clinches a playoff spot with:

1) KC win + MIA loss or tie OR

2) KC win + BAL loss or tie OR

3) KC tie + MIA loss OR

4) KC tie + BAL loss



New England clinches AFC East division with:

1) NE win + MIA loss or tie OR

2) NE tie + MIA loss

New England clinches a playoff spot with:

3) NE win + BAL loss or tie OR

4) NE tie + BAL loss




Indianapolis clinches AFC South division with:

1) IND win OR

2) TEN loss OR

3) IND tie + TEN tie


CLINCHED: Seattle – playoff spot


Seattle clinches NFC West division and a first-round bye with:

1) SEA win or tie



New Orleans clinches a playoff spot with:

1) NO win + PHI loss or tie + DAL loss or tie + ARI loss OR

2) NO win + PHI loss or tie + DAL loss or tie + SF loss + ARI tie

Note: If both DAL and PHI games end in a tie, Saints do not clinch.


Carolina clinches a playoff spot with:

1) CAR win + ARI loss + SF loss + PHI loss or tie + DAL loss or tie

Note: If both DAL and PHI games end in a tie, Panthers do not clinch.




Week 14 Game Previews 



Texans at Jaguars

Again, nothing to see here, move on.


Colts at Bengals

This is an interesting match up between two teams that will likely win their divisions and host playoff games on wild card weekend. The Colts have some really good wins this season, but also have some pretty bad loses. Since losing Reggie Wayne to injury they have been just 3-2 with blow out loses to the Rams and Cardinals. The Bengals are going to go as far as Andy Dalton can take them. Since the Colts are just average against the pass, the Bengals should be able to make enough plays to pull this one out at home.


Browns at Patriots

The Patriots are one of the top 5-6 teams in the NFL. The Browns just lost to the Jaguars at home, so it’s the Pats game to lose right? Many of the teams that have given the Patriots problems have had physical front sevens on defense. The Cleveland front seven is very underrated. The Pats are still the smart pick, but don’t be shocked if Cleveland gives them a run for their money.


Raiders at Jets

I know, I know, you just can’t wait to watch the Geno Smith vs. Matt McGloin QB match up in this one. I don’t know where Vegas set the over/under line for total points in this game, but I’d take the under if I was you. I think this one comes down to who can stop the run the best, and the Jets have one of the best run defenses in football. The Jets should win at home in this baseball score game.


Chiefs at Redskins

The Chiefs have officially been knocked from the ranks of the elite with three straight loses. The Redskins are finished at this point and are only playing for next season. This is a big game for KC’s confidence going forward. If they allow RGIII to carve them up the same way Peyton Manning and Phillip Rivers have in the past few weeks, they will have gone from the last undefeated team to a likely “one and done” wild card team. The good news for KC fans is that Alex Smith seems to be settling into Andy Reid’s offense and the Skins have one of the worst pass defenses in the NFL. Look for KC to get back on track in this one.


Vikings at Ravens

This is a game that the Ravens simply must win if they want the final AFC wild card spot. They are playing a losing team at home. The Ravens have a top ten run defense, and they’ll need to use it to slow Adrian Peterson down. The Vikings pass defense has been bad at times this season so this could be a game where Joe Flacco can put up some yards.


Falcons at Packers

The Packers are trying to get people to believe that Aaron Rodgers could still play in this game. Don’t buy it. He won’t play. Matt Ryan should be able to put up some numbers against the Packers defense, but the Falcons have a horrible run defense so look for Eddie Lacy to rack up some yards on the ground.


Bills at Buccaneers

Another who cares game only die-hard fans will watch, are there really any die-hard Bucs fans anyway?


Dolphins at Steelers

Both of these teams are trying to stay in the fight for the last wild card spot in the AFC. This game will come down to which QB can make something happen, even if his supporting cast is struggling. You gotta give the more experienced Big Ben and the home team the edge here.


Lions at Eagles

This is a battle of two 7-5 NFC teams that are trying to keep pace in their respected divisions. Look for a TON of points to be scored in this one as both teams feature some great weapons on offense but often struggle on defense. Don’t be surprised if this game tops 70 points scored. The Eagles have been hot lately, and until Nick Foles cools off, give the edge to the home team.


Titans at Broncos

Denver just has too much talent. The Tennessee defense will keep it respectable, but you can’t expect the Titans to be able to keep pace.


Rams at Cardinals

A battle of two teams that just won’t go away. Both teams have great defenses, but some question marks on offense. The Rams want to feature Zac Stacey, but the Cardinals have a top 5 run defense. This will be another close one, but the edge has to go with the home team in this one


Seahawks at 49ers

Look for the 49ers to keep the score closer than it was in Seattle earlier this season. In the end, the total team effort by the Seahawks should be enough to hold onto this one.


Giants at Chargers

The Giants have turned things around of late while the Chargers continue to be wildly inconsistent, though Phillip Rivers is having a better season than Eli Manning. The Chargers pass defense is not great meaning the New York WRs have a chance to have a big day. It could be another shootout with lots of fantasy points scored.


Panthers at Saints

This is the game of the week by far. The real question is who will come out on top between the Carolina defense and the Saints offense. The Saints will have a chip on their shoulder after getting smacked by the Seahawks. Despite their short week turnaround, look for Drew Brees and the Saints to pull this one out and set up a crucial rematch in a couple of weeks. It may not a high scoring game, but a fun one to watch.


Cowboys at Bears

This is another match up of teams that must win in order to keep pace in the NFC playoff picture. Yet again, this appears to be a game that will feature a lot of offense, but not much defense. This should be a close game down to the wire, The Cowboys have won two straight and the Bears have lost two straight. The Cowboys aren’t that good and the Bears aren’t that bad. This one could come down to the last play of the game, a two-point conversion to Marshall in the back corner of the endzone.

Source: fansided



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DirecTV Sunday Ticket


Sunday, December 8, 2013
Visiting Team vs. Home TeamTime (ET)HD Channel
Minnesota Vikings at Baltimore Ravens1:00 PM704
Atlanta Falcons at Green Bay Packers1:00 PM705
Detroit Lions at Philadelphia Eagles1:00 PM706
Indianapolis Colts at Cincinnati Bengals1:00 PM707
Cleveland Browns at New England Patriots1:00 PM708
Oakland Raiders at New York Jets1:00 PM709
Miami Dolphins at Pittsburgh Steelers1:00 PM710
Buffalo Bills at Tampa Bay Buccaneers1:00 PM711
Kansas City Chiefs at Washington Redskins1:00 PM712
Tennessee Titans at Denver Broncos4:00 PM713
St. Louis Rams at Arizona Cardinals4:00 PM714
New York Giants at San Diego Chargers4:00 PM715
Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers4:00 PM716


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SiriusXM Radio


Thursday, December 5th
Away TeamHome TeamAwayHome
Houston TexansJacksonville JaguarsXM 225 (Internet 812)XM 226 (Internet 814)
Sunday, December 8
Away TeamHome TeamAwayHome
Buffalo BillsTampa Bay BuccaneersXM Internet 803XM 232 (Internet 829)
Atlanta FalconsGreen Bay PackersXM Internet 801XM 225 (Internet 811)
Oakland RaidersNew York JetsXM Internet 822XM 231 (Internet 821)
Minnesota VikingsBaltimore RavensXM Internet 817XM 228 (Internet 802)
Miami DolphinsPittsburgh SteelersXM Internet 816XM 227 (Internet 824)
Kansas City ChiefsWashington RedskinsXM Internet 815XM 230 (Internet 831)
Indianapolis ColtsCincinnati BengalsXM Internet 813XM 86 (Internet 806)
Detroit LionsPhiladelphia EaglesXM Internet 810XM 226 (Internet 823)
Cleveland BrownsNew England PatriotsXM Internet 807XM 229 (Internet 818)
Tennessee TitansDenver BroncosXM Internet 830XM 230 (Internet 809)
St. Louis RamsArizona CardinalsXM Internet 828XM 225 (Internet 800)
New York GiantsSan Diego ChargersXM Internet 820XM 226 (Internet 825)
Seattle SeahawksSan Francisco 49ersXM Internet 826XM 86 (Internet 827)
Carolina PanthersNew Orleans SaintsXM 226 (Internet 804)XM 225 (Internet 819)
Monday, December 9
Away TeamHome TeamAwayHome
Dallas CowboysChicago BearsXM 225 (Internet 808)XM 86 (Internet 805)


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TV & Radio Networks Schedule


Thursday, December 5

8:25 PM- Houston Texans at Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL Network) Brad Nessler, Mike Mayock, Alex Flanagan
RADIO: (Westwood One) Ian Eagle, Trent Green, Laura Okmin


Sunday, December 8

1 PM- Indianapolis Colts at Cincinnati Bengals (CBS) Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf
RADIO: (ESPN Radio) Sean McDonough, Anthony Munoz, Ian Fitzsimmons

1 PM- Cleveland Browns at New England Patriots (CBS) Bill Macatee, Steve Tasker

1 PM- Oakland Raiders at New York Jets (CBS) Marv Albert, Rich Gannon
RADIO: (Compass Media) Greg Papa, Tom Flores, Jim Plunkett, George Atkinson, JT The Brick

1 PM- Kansas City Chiefs at Washington Redskins (CBS) Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcotts

1 PM- Buffalo Bills at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (CBS) Spero Dedes, Steve Beuerlein

1 PM- Miami Dolphins at Pittsburgh Steelers (CBS) Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts
RADIO: (Sports USA) Adam Amin, Ross Tucker

1 PM- Minnesota Vikings at Baltimore Ravens (FOX) Chris Myers, Tim Ryan, Jennifer Hale

1 PM- Atlanta Falcons at Green Bay Packers (FOX) Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick, Laura Okmin
RADIO: (Westwood One) Dave Sims, Mark Malone

1 PM- Detroit Lions at Philadelphia Eagles (FOX) Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch, Molly McGrath
RADIO: (Compass Media) Chris Carrino, Brian Baldinger

4:05 PM- Tennessee Titans at Denver Broncos (CBS) Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
RADIO: (Sports USA) Larry Kahn, Doug Plank, Troy West

4:25 PM- St. Louis Rams at Arizona Cardinals (FOX) Dick Stockton, Ronde Barber, Kris Budden

4:25 PM- Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers (FOX) Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver, Erin Andrews
RADIO: (Westwood One) Tom McCarthy, Rod Woodson

4:25 PM- New York Giants at San Diego Chargers (FOX) Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa
RADIO: (Compass Media) Matt Smith, Tony Hill

8:30 PM- Carolina Panthers at New Orleans Saints (NBC) Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya
RADIO: (Westwood One) Kevin Kugler, James Lofton, Tony Boselli


Monday, December 9

8:40 PM- Dallas Cowboys at Chicago Bears (ESPN) Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden, Lisa Salters
RADIO: (Westwood One) Kevin Harlan, Boomer Esiason, Mark Malone
RADIO: (America’s Team/ Compass Media) Kevin Ray, Danny White




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