NFL Football Weekend Four


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Supporting Founder
Oct 7, 2003
Pacific Coast
SUNDAY (10/2)

1pm ET/10am PT
St. Louis (2-1) at NY Giants (2-1)--Sam Rosen, Bill Maas, Chris Myers
Detroit (1-1) at Tampa Bay (3-0)--Curt Menefee, JC Pearson
Seattle (2-1) at Washington (2-0)--Ron Pitts, Tim Ryan, Jay Glaser

4:15pm ET/1:15pm PT
Philadelphia (2-1) at Kansas City (2-1)--Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver
Minnesota (1-2) at Atlanta (2-1)--Kenny Albert, Brian Baldinger
Dallas (2-1) at Oakland (0-3)--Dick Stockton, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa

1pm ET/10am PT
Indianapolis (3-0) at Tennessee (1-2)--Kevin Harlan, Randy Cross -HD (1080i)
Houston (0-3) at Cincinnati (3-0)--Gus Johnson, Brent Jones
Denver (2-1) at Jacksonville (2-1)--Ian Eagle, Solomon Wilcots
San Diego (1-2) at New England (2-1)--Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, Bonnie Bernstein -HD (1080i)
Buffalo (1-2) vs. New Orleans (1-2) in San Antonio, TX--Don Criqui, Steve Takser

4pm ET/1pm PT
NY Jets (1-2) at Baltimore (0-2)--Dick Enberg, Dan Dierdorf, Armen Keteyian -HD (1080i)

8:30pm ET/5:30pm PT
San Francisco (1-2) vs. Arizona (0-3) in Mexico City, Mexico--Mike Patrick, Joe Theismann, Paul Maguire, Suzy Kolber

MONDAY (10/3)
ABC/ABC-HD (720p)
9pm ET/6pm PT
Green Bay (0-3) at Carolina (1-2)--Al Michaels, John Madden, Samantha Ryan

IDLE: Chicago, Cleveland, Miami, Pittsburgh

Check this map for Week 4 for distribution of NFL games. Map information is courtesy of JPKirby.


Supporting Founder
Supporting Founder
Oct 7, 2003
Pacific Coast
It's shocking to me that the LA market is not getting the Dallas at Oakland game considering that they still show a weekly Raider roundtable show every Sunday morning in this market. If the game was on CBS, I bet that this game would be shown in LA.


Just another yahoo
Supporting Founder
Dec 4, 2003
Fort Wayne, Indiana
St. Louis at NY Giants - Could go either way, but I like StL
Detroit at Tampa Bay - TB def is on a roll so far this season
Seattle at Washington - Redskin def will show up, offense won't
Philadelphia at Kansas City - If McNabb can stand the pain, shouldn't be a problem
Minnesota at Atlanta - Depends on which Vikings team shows up. It could be close but I'll go with the Falcons
Dallas at Oakland - Oakland's shooting for the most penalized team on record.
Indianapolis at Tennessee - Please have a stud game fantasy team is suffering because of you
Houston at Cincinnati - Not even close
Denver at Jacksonville - I like Jacksonville for some reason. Could be a good game
San Diego at New England - Unfortunately NE doesn't know how to lose even though their team keeps getting injured.
Buffalo vs. New Orleans - First "home" game of the Buf's QB sucks
NY Jets at Baltimore - Battle of the D as the O ain't going to be there really for either team. I give the leg up to Baltimore as they have a QB who has actually started a game once or twice.
San Francisco vs. Arizona - Either way, we all lose with a Sunday game like this
Green Bay at Carolina - GB should be able to look forward to replacing Favre with Matt Leinart come draft day next year.