NFL on TV & Radio week 16











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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| DirecTV Sunday Ticket Channels |
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| TV & Radio Networks Schedule |


NFL WEEK 16 Preview


With two weeks remaining in the 2013 regular season, 19 teams remain in contention for a trip to Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium. Only one team – Indianapolis (AFC South) – has clinched a division title. Denver, Kansas City and Seattle have all clinched playoff spots.

Four teams – Kansas City (AFC West), Philadelphia (NFC East), New Orleans (NFC South) and Carolina (NFC South) – that finished in or tied for last place in their divisions in 2012 are currently in or tied for first place in their respective divisions with two weeks to play. If any of these teams wins its division, 2013 would mark an NFL-record 11th consecutive season that at least one team has finished in first place in its division the season after finishing in or tied for last place.


AFC EastNew EnglandNew England (10-4)**
AFC NorthBaltimoreCincinnati (9-5) **
AFC SouthHoustonIndianapolis (9-5)*
AFC WestDenverDenver (11-3)**, Kansas City (11-3)
NFC EastWashingtonPhiladelphia (8-6)**
NFC NorthGreen BayChicago (8-6)**
NFC SouthAtlantaNew Orleans (10-4)**, Carolina (10-4)
NFC WestSan FranciscoSeattle (12-2)**
*Division champion; **Can clinch division title this weekend 


Programming Note:

A change was made to the original Week 16 NFL Schedule: The Chicago Bears at Philadelphia Eagles game on Sunday, December 22 will be played at 8:30 PM ET on NBC and the New England Patriots-Baltimore Ravens game at 4:25 PM ET on CBS.




CLINCHED: Denver – playoff spot
Indianapolis – AFC South
Kansas City – playoff spot


Denver clinches AFC West division and a first-round bye with:

1) DEN win + KC loss

Denver clinches home-field advantage throughout AFC playoffs with:

1) DEN win + KC loss + NE loss or tie


New England clinches AFC East division with:

1) NE win or tie OR

2) MIA loss or tie

New England clinches a first-round bye with:

1) NE win + CIN loss or tie + IND loss or tie OR

2) NE tie + CIN loss + IND loss

New England clinches a playoff spot with:

1) CIN loss or tie


Cincinnati clinches AFC North division with:

1) CIN win + BAL loss or tie OR
2) CIN tie + BAL loss

Cincinnati clinches a playoff spot with:

1) CIN win + MIA loss or tie OR

2) CIN tie + MIA loss


Baltimore clinches a playoff spot with:

1) BAL win + MIA loss + SD loss or tie


Miami clinches a playoff spot with:

1) MIA win + BAL loss + CIN loss




CLINCHED: Seattle – playoff spot


Seattle clinches NFC West division and home-field advantage throughout NFC playoffs with:

1) SEA win or tie OR

2) SF loss or tie


New Orleans clinches NFC South division and a first-round bye with:

1) NO win

New Orleans clinches a playoff spot with:

1) ARI loss OR

2) NO tie + SF loss or tie OR

3) NO tie + ARI tie OR

4) SF loss + ARI tie


Carolina clinches a playoff spot with:
1) CAR win OR

2) CAR tie + ARI loss OR

3) CAR tie + SF loss OR

4) ARI loss + SF loss


San Francisco clinches a playoff spot with:

1) SF win OR

2) ARI loss OR

3) SF tie + ARI tie


Philadelphia clinches NFC East division with:

1) PHI win + DAL loss or tie OR

2) PHI tie + DAL loss


Chicago clinches NFC North division with:

1) CHI win + DET loss or tie + GB loss


Dolphins at Bills

The combination of Tannehill’s improvement and their ability to not let the bullying scandal ruin their season has impressed everyone just as much as their win over the Patriots last week. The Dolphins just have more to play for and should pull out a hard fought victory.


Saints at Panthers

While the Saints handled the Panthers relatively easily in New Orleans a few weeks back, they are just a different team on the road. In fact, the Saints are just 3-4 on the road this season. The last two physical teams they played on the road were the Seahawks and the Rams and they lost both of those games. The fact that the Saints got pushed around last week will work against Carolina here. With the division and a first round bye on the line, look for Sean Payton and Drew Brees to come through in the clutch.


Vikings at Bengals

This game will say a LOT about how tough the Bengals are mentally. Last week, with a chance at a first round bye on the line the Bengals got punched in the mouth on national television by the Steelers. Now the upstart Vikings come to town having gone 3-2-1 in their last six games. The Bengals have the more talented roster, have infinitely more to play for, and are at home. This counts for something


Broncos at Texans

It’s really a no brainer when you have a QB having arguably the best season of all time going against the team with the worst record in the NFL.


Titans at Jaguars

There for a few glorious weeks it looked like the Jaguars had become a good team. They have shown a ton of fight for a team that looked down right awful early in the year. The issue is the Titans are just the better team.


Colts at Chiefs

The Chiefs have outscored their opponents 101-41 over the past two weeks. Meanwhile, the Colts haven’t topped 30 points since Reggie Wayne went down and have lost their last two road games by a combined score of 39-82. Two weeks ago the Colts gave up 148 total yards to Gio Bernard on 16 touches (9.25 yards per touch) and now they get the explosive Jamaal Charles who has been on absolute fire lately. Charles has averaged 162.5 total yards per game with 10 TDs over his past four games. Look for KC to win a high scoring game that will likely be a preview of a playoff matchup in a couple of weeks.


Cowboys at Redskins

Could there be two more dysfunctional teams in the NFL? The Redskins pretty much imploded weeks ago, and now the Cowboys are doing their best to top them. The collapse against the Packers was inexcusable. You have to think that Dallas has enough talent on their roster to rebound and beat the floundering Redskins. That having been said, you would have thought that they’d be able to beat the Matt Flynn lead Packers in Dallas, especially with a 20+ point lead at halftime.


Browns at Jets

This has low scoring and ugly written all over it. Cleveland has a stout defense and if the Jets can’t run the ball and have to trust the game to Geno Smith and the Browns secondary will make them regret it. Look for the Browns to win an ugly road win.


Buccaneers at Rams

The Rams are a hard team to get a read on. Every time I think I have them figured out their next game goes exactly the opposite of how I think it should. Since their bye week the Rams are 2-0 at home, beating the Bears and Saints by a combined 69-37. Despite the fact that Tampa Bay has been playing tough down the stretch, The Rams should win this one.


Cardinals at Seahawks

The Seahawks have won all six of their home games this season by the combined score of 196-84. That’s an average score of about 33-14. The Cardinals have definitely impressed this season, but you cannot pick against Seattle at home.


Giants at Lions

If the Lions lose this game Jim Schwartz should be fired immediately following the game. The Lions had their division gift wrapped for them when both Aaron Rodgers and Jay Cutler went down with injuries. How did Detroit respond? They’ve lost four out of their last five games. The Giants appeared to have given up on Tom Coughlin last week in Seattle. If Detroit allows them to come into their home and beat them with the division on the line then there is no hope in the motor city.


Patriots at Ravens

Both teams have a ton to play for. The Patriots are coming off a painful loss to Miami and the Ravens kicked their way to a crucial win over Detroit. It is one to watch even if you hate both teams like many do.


Raiders at Chargers

The Raiders allowed Alex Smith to throw for 5 TDs against them in Oakland last week. Now they have to face a red hot Phillip Rivers on the road.


Steelers at Packers

Despite the Packers miracle win keeping them in the playoff hunt, don’t expect the Pack to rush Aaron Rodgers back this week. Despite Matt Flynn’s performance against an awful Dallas defense, the Packers may struggle to keep up with the Steelers. Over his last five games Big Ben has 12 TDs and only 1 interception, good news for STEELERS Fans.


Bears at Eagles

If you like watching offensive football make sure you tune in for this one. This game matches up two of the best offenses in football with two of the worst defenses. Ultimately, the Bears miserable run defense will probably catch up with them here as they face arguably the best running back in football this season, LeSean McCoy. Look for both teams to put up monster numbers, and the Eagles to pull out the close game at home.


Falcons at 49ers

I’m sure before the season the MNF people thought they had a great late season game here between two of the best teams in the NFC. Problem is, the Falcons are actually one of the worst teams in football this season and now have to go on the road to face a physically dominant 49ers team that is still fighting for their playoff spot. This one could be over at halftime.


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DirecTV Sunday Ticket


Sunday, December 22, 2013
Visiting Team vs. Home TeamTime (ET)HD Channel
Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills1:00 PM704
Denver Broncos at Houston Texans1:00 PM705
Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars1:00 PM706
Indianapolis Colts at Kansas City Chiefs1:00 PM707
Cleveland Browns at New York Jets1:00 PM708
New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers1:00 PM709
Minnesota Vikings at Cincinnati Bengals1:00 PM710
Chicago Bears at Philadelphia Eagles1:00 PM711
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at St. Louis Rams1:00 PM711
Dallas Cowboys at Washington Redskins1:00 PM712
New York Giants at Detroit Lions4:00 PM713
Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks4:00 PM714
Pittsburgh Steelers at Green Bay Packers4:25 PM715
Oakland Raiders at San Diego Chargers4:25 PM716
New England Patriots at Baltimore Ravens4:25 PM717


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SiriusXM Radio


Sunday, December 22
Away TeamHome TeamAwayHome
Tennessee TitansJacksonville JaguarsSXM Internet 830SXM 229 (Internet 814)
New Orleans SaintsCarolina PanthersSXM Internet 819SXM 86 (Internet 804)
Tampa Bay BuccaneersSt. Louis RamsSXM Internet 829SXM 231 (Internet 828)
Cleveland BrownsNew York JetsSXM Internet 807SXM 232 (Internet 821)
Dallas CowboysWashington RedskinsSXM Internet 808SXM 230 (Internet 831)
Denver BroncosHouston TexansSXM Internet 809SXM 233 (Internet 812)
Indianapolis ColtsKansas City ChiefsSXM Internet 813SXM 227 (Internet 815)
Miami DolphinsBuffalo BillsSXM Internet 816SXM 226 (Internet 803)
Minnesota VikingsCincinnati BengalsSXM Internet 817SXM 225 (Internet 92)
Arizona CardinalsSeattle SeahawksSXM Internet 800SXM 229 (Internet 826)
New York GiantsDetroit LionsSXM Internet 820SXM 231 (Internet 810)
New England PatriotsBaltimore RavensSXM Internet 818SXM 86 (Internet 802)
Oakland RaidersSan Diego ChargersSXM Internet 822SXM 226 (Internet 825)
Pittsburgh SteelersGreen Bay PackersSXM Internet 824SXM 228 (Internet 811)
Chicago BearsPhiladelphia EaglesSXM 225 (Internet 805)SXM 226 (Internet 823)
Monday, December 23
Away TeamHome TeamAwayHome
Atlanta FalconsSan Francisco 49ersSXM 225 (Internet 801)SXM 86 (Internet 827)


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TV & Radio Networks Schedule


Sunday, December 22

1 PM- Dallas Cowboys at Washington Redskins (FOX) Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch, Erin Andrews
RADIO: (America’s Team on Compass Media) Kevin Ray, Danny White

1 PM- New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers (FOX) Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver
RADIO: (Westwood One) Tom McCarthy, Rod Woodson

1 PM- Minnesota Vikings at Cincinnati Bengals (FOX) Dick Stockton, Ronde Barber, Kris Budden

1 PM- Tampa Bay Buccaneers at St. Louis Rams (FOX) Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick, Laura Okmin

1 PM- Denver Broncos at Houston Texans (CBS) Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts
RADIO: (Sports USA) Adam Amin, John Robinson

1 PM- Indianapolis Colts at Kansas City Chiefs (CBS) Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf
RADIO: (ESPN Radio) Ryan Ruocco, Bill Polian, Ian Fitzsimmons

1 PM- Cleveland Browns at New York Jets (CBS) Marv Albert, Rich Gannon

1 PM- Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills (CBS) Spero Dedes, Steve Beuerlein

1 PM- Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars (CBS) Andrew Catalon, Adam Archuleta

4:05 PM- Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks (FOX) Chris Myers, Tim Ryan, Jennifer Hale

4:05 PM- New York Giants at Detroit Lions (FOX) Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa
RADIO: (Compass Media) Chris Carrino, Brian Baldinger

4:25 PM- New England Patriots at Baltimore Ravens (CBS) Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
RADIO: (Sports USA) Larry Kahn, Ross Tucker, Troy West

4:25 PM- Pittsburgh Steelers at Green Bay Packers (CBS) Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcotts
RADIO: (Westwood One) Dave Sims, Mark Malone

4:25 PM- Oakland Raiders at San Diego Chargers (CBS) Bill Macatee, Steve Tasker
RADIO: (Compass Media) Greg Papa, Tom Flores, Jim Plunkett, George Atkinson, JT The Brick

8:30 PM- Chicago Bears at Philadelphia Eagles (NBC) Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya
RADIO: (Westwood One) Kevin Kugler, James Lofton, Hub Arkush


Monday, December 23

8:40 PM- Atlanta Falcons at San Francisco 49ers (ESPN) Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden, Lisa Salters
RADIO: (Westwood One) Kevin Harlan, Dan Fouts, Tim Ryan
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