NFL Canadian TV Guide: Week 1

The 2013 National Football League season kicks-off tonight and as always, you’ll be able to find the Canadian TV schedule for the weekend here every week.

The certainties each week is that Sportsnet will have the Thursday night games, while TSN show the Sunday and Monday night matches. (The prime time schedule for the season can be found here.) On Sundays, TSN2 and the CTV networks across the country will have the 1pm ET games, while the 4pm ET games can be found split across the four Sportsnet regional channels and City stations.

Generally speaking, the Canadian networks will show the same games as those being broadcast on the local US affiliates. For the most up-to-date information on what can be seen via US networks, visit the daily posting at Sports on Canadian TV.

Thursday September 5
8:30pm ET: Baltimore Ravens at Denver Broncos
TSN / RDS2 (Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth)

Sunday September 8
1pm ET: New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills
CTV Toronto, Kitchener, Montreal, Atlantic (Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf)

1pm ET: Cincinnati Bengals at Chicago Bears
TSN2 (Jim Nantz and Phil Simms)

1pm ET: Seattle Seahawks at Carolina Panthers
CTV British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan (Chris Myers and Tim Ryan)

1pm ET: Minnesota Vikings at Detroit Lions
CTV Winnipeg, Ottawa, Northern Ontario (Thom Brennaman and Brian Billick)

1pm ET: Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints

4:25pm ET: Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers
City, Sportsnet East / RDS2 (Joe Buck and Troy Aikman)

4:25pm ET: Arizona Cardinals at St. Louis Rams
Sportsnet Ontario, West, Pacific (Dick Stockton and Ronde Barber)

8:30pm ET: New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys
TSN / RDS2 (Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth)

Monday September 9
7:10pm ET: Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins
TSN / RDS2 (Mike Tirico and Jon Gruden)

10:20pm ET: Houston Texans at San Diego Chargers
TSN (Chris Berman and Trent Dilfer)

6 thoughts on “NFL Canadian TV Guide: Week 1

  1. Nice to see the CTV timeshifters showing 3 different games and then the game on TSN2, most in Canada will get 4 games to watch. Make that 5 for those who have RDS2. Both late games are on regular TV so up to 7 games! Don’t need Sunday ticket this week.

  2. On a college football note, is ND-Michigan on ESPN or ABC? If it’s on ESPN, will 360 pick up the game, or are we SOL out of this great rivalry for the 2nd time in 3 years?

  3. For those with Bell, NFL Sunday ticket will be on free preview for Week 1.

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