Week 14 NFL broadcast maps
Cold, Hard Football Facts for Dec 05, 2007
Our weekly look at the colorful collage of NFL broadcasts, courtesy of the fine folks from the506.com.
Here's a nifty looking little broadcast map, with the northern and southern tier of the country being fed the Oakland-Green Bay game while the middle of the country, along with the Northeast, get San Diego-Tennessee. Oakland-Green Bay also gets the network's No. 2 crew of Greg Gumbel-Dan Dierdorf in what is probably the most widely distributed Raiders game in years. A small group of folks in local markets get to watch the Dolphins fall to 0-13 in Buffalo.
Pittsburgh-New England naturally draws the widest distribution of any game this week, along with the network's No. 1 crew of Jim Nantz-Phil Simms. The bulk of the Plains states get Kansas City-Denver, while local markets (including some areas just north of Pittsburgh within the Cleveland sphere of influence) get Browns-Jets.
The network's No. 1 crew of Joe Buck-Troy Aikman should earn a paycheck from the Cowboys, because it seems like they're with Dallas for Fox's top broadcast every week. About half the country will get Dallas-Detroit, while the rest of the country is hodge-podge of six other games in two time slots. Houston-Tampa is limited to local markets, while Giants-Eagles draws Fox's No. 2 crew of Albert-Johnson-Siragusa and will be seen across the major Northeastern markets.
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