NFL Canadian TV Guide: Week 9

NFL LogoEDIT 1: RDS games for Sunday have been added.
EDIT 2: TSN2 have NFL listed in their schedule for 1pm Sunday, but are still to confirm what game they will be showing. TSN2 game now added.

Thursday October 31

8:25pm: Cincinnati Bengals (6-2) at Miami Dolphins (3-4)
Sportsnet  |  RDS2
Brad Nessler, Mike Mayock

Sunday November 3

1pm: Kansas City Chiefs (8-0) at Buffalo Bills (3-5)
CTV Ontario, Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia  |  RDS
Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf

1pm: Minnesota Vikings (1-6) at Dallas Cowboys (4-4)
TSN2  |  CTV Winnipeg
Fox Detroit, Toledo, Minneapolis
Joe Buck, Troy Aikman

1pm: New Orleans Saints (6-1) at New York Jets (4-4)
CTV Atlantic, Montreal
Fox Boston, Burlington, Cleveland, Rochester, Watertown
Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch

4:05pm: Philadelphia Eagles (3-5) at Oakland Raiders (3-4)
Fox Buffalo
Chris Myers, Tim Ryan

4:05pm: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-7) at Seattle Seahawks (7-1)
Fox Tacoma, Spokane
Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston

4:25pm: Pittsburgh Steelers (2-5) at New England Patriots (6-2)
City  |  Sportsnet East  |  RDS
CBS (all stations except Cleveland)
Jim Nantz, Phil Simms

4:25pm: Baltimore Ravens (3-4) at Cleveland Browns (3-5)
Sportsnet Ontartio, West, Pacific
CBS Cleveland, Toledo
Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcots

8:20pm: Indianapolis Colts (5-2) at Houston Texans (2-5)
TSN  |  RDS  |  NBC
Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth

Monday November 4

8:30pm: Chicago Bears (4-3) at Green Bay Packers (5-2)
TSN  |  RDS2
Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden

7 thoughts on “NFL Canadian TV Guide: Week 9

  1. Sportsnet 360 is showing Thursday night game.

    • So is Sportsnet. Everyone has Sportsnet as opposed to 360 and it doesn’t have the stupid ticker that 360 does, so I didn’t bother listing it.

  2. My cousins in Manitoba are saying that the Chiefs @ Bills game is on CBS Minneapolis. Bell listings for CBS Boston show that game too.

  3. Chiefs-Bills and Steelers-Patriots on RDS

  4. CTV just returns from commercials as the Bills barely miss a TD on third-and-goal. Again, I ask, what is the f@cking benefit of having these shitty Canadian networks simulcast NFL football??

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