NFL Canadian TV Guide: Week 6


8:25pm: Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans
• CBS, Sportsnet, TVA Sports
Jim Nantz, Phil Simms & Tracy Wolfson


1pm: New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills
• CTV Ontario, Montreal, Atlantic
• Fox Boston, Burlington, Buffalo, Rochester
Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa

1pm: Green Bay Packers at Miami Dolphins
• CTV Saskatchewan, Alberta, Vancouver, RDS
• Fox Tacoma, Spokane
Sam Rosen, John Lynch & Pam Oliver

1pm: Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings
• CTV Winnipeg
• Fox Detroit, Minnesota
Mike Goldberg, Brendon Ayanbadejo & Peter Schrager

1pm: Denver Broncos at New York Jets
• TSN1/3/4/5
• CBS Burlington, Watertown, Rochester, Spokane, Seattle
Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts & Jenny Dell

1pm: Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns
• CBS Cleveland
Greg Gumbel, Trent Green & Evan Washburn

4:05pm: San Diego Chargers at Oakland Raiders
• CBS Boston, Buffalo, Detroit, Minnesota
Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon & Scott Kaplan

4:25pm: Dallas Cowboys at Seattle Seahawks
• CTV nationwide except for CTV2 Atlantic, RDS
• Fox Boston, Burlington, Rochester, Buffalo, Spokane, Tacoma
Thom Brennaman, Troy Aikman & Charissa Thompson

4:25pm: Chicago Bears at Atlanta Falcons
• TSN1/3/4/5
• Fox Detroit, Minneapolis
Justin Kutcher, David Diehl & Laura Okmin

8:15pm: New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles
• NBC, TSN1/4/5, RDS
Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth & Michelle Tafoya


8:30pm: San Francisco 49ers at St. Louis Rams
• TSN1/3/4
Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden & Lisa Salters

BYE: Kansas City, New Orleans

3 thoughts on “NFL Canadian TV Guide: Week 6

  1. Is there any specific reason that FOX who has NFC rights is covering an AFC exclusive game (BUF-NE) rather than CBS?

    • As part of the new rights deal that started this season, Fox has the ability to pickup AFC games and CBS NFC ones in a bid to get better games on more screens.

  2. The playoffs have a new wrinkle as well, ESPN will televise one of the wild-card games on the Saturday of wild-card weekend, NBC will show the other, and NBC will have one of the 4 games in the divisional round as well. So the Peacock will have games in 3 of the 4 rounds, wild-card, divisional and the Super Bowl.

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