NFL Canadian TV Guide: Week 13

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 27

12:30pm: Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions
• CBS, City, TVA Sports
Jim Nantz, Phil Simms

4:30pm: Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys
• Fox, City, TVA Sports
Joe Buck, Troy Aikman

8pm: Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers
• NBC, Sportsnet, TVA Sports
Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 30

1pm: San Diego Chargers at Baltimore Ravens
• CTV BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Winnipeg
• CBS Boston, Burlington, Detroit, Spokane, Seattle
Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts

1pm: Cleveland Browns at Buffalo Bills
• CTV Southern Ontario
• CBS Watertown, Rochester, Buffalo, Cleveland
Greg Gumbel, Trent Green

1pm: New Orleans at Pittsburgh Steelers
• CTV Atlantic, Quebec, Northern Ontario, RDS
• Fox Boston, Detroit
Thom Brennaman, Donovan McNabb

1pm: New York Giants at Jacksonville Jaguars
• TSN2
• Fox Burlington, Rochester
Justin Kutcher, David Diehl

1pm: Carolina Panthers at Minnesota Vikings
• Fox Minneapolis
Chris Myers, Ronde Barber

4pm: Arizona Cardinals at Atlanta Falcons
• TSN2
• Fox Buffalo, Spokane, Tacoma
Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch

4pm: New England Patriots at Green Bay Packers
• CBS, CTV, CTV Two Atlantic, RDS2
Jim Nantz, Phil Simms

8pm: Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs
• NBC, TSN2
Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth

MONDAY DECEMBER 1

8:30pm: Miami Dolphins at New York Jets
• TSN1/3/4/5, RDS2
Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden

7 thoughts on “NFL Canadian TV Guide: Week 13

  1. Dolphins at Jets will be on TSN1/3/4/5, not TSN2.
    Saints at Steelers will be on RDS as chosen by the fans.

  2. Isn’t it at this point of the season that CTV Toronto jettisons the Bills in favor of a more desirable game, but I guess they stick with them as long as they are alive in the playoff race. On another note, I think we’re getting closer to the point where CBS and Fox will show games regardless of their conference affiliation, so in other words, CBS will show more NFC and Fox shows more AFC. Also, in future TV contracts, will ESPN join the Super Bowl rotation.

  3. That’s too bad, I enjoy listening to Mike Tirico and Jon Gruden, IMO they are the best football commentary team on television. At least we’ll hear them on a playoff game this season. ESPN has shown the college football championship for a few years now, it’s about time they get a piece of the Super Bowl pie.

    • I don’t see ESPN getting the Super Bowl anytime in the future. You wouldn’t be able to match the ratings the game does on regular TV versus cable.

    • Gruden? Are you joking? I have to mute the sound because I can’t listen to him for more than a few minutes. For decades MNF has been awkwardly trying to insert way too much ‘personality’ into telecasts with announcers who sound like they’re paid by the word. It’s 2014, not 1974, and we don’t need that anymore because we can get pointless sports talk from dozens of other sources.
      If they want to do something to set themselves apart, they should go the other way cut it down to a bare minimum, maybe with just Tirico by himself talking only when absolutely necessary.

    • ESPN will not be able to broadcast a Super Bowl until the 2023 NFL season at the earliest.

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