NFL TV Maps: Seahawks headline boring slate of games in Seattle

NFL TV Maps for Week 3. The Seattle area only gets two games this week, and one of those is our Seahawks who are at home against the 49ers.

If you’re looking for the Seattle Seahawks game on the NFL TV Maps this week, you’ll find it in the late slot on Fox. A large portion of the Western US is getting this game as its only Fox game this week.

Interestingly, Fox is sending Kevin Burkhardt and John Lynch to call the game. This is considered their C-team, which suggests that they don’t see this game as being a marquee game that’ll have a large viewership nationally. The epic 2012-2013 matchups seems like such a long time ago now.

The NFL’s annoying 2-and-1 rules means that the Seattle market only gets two games on local TV this week. CBS is unable to show an afternoon game that competes with Fox’s broadcast of the local team.

The only other game we get on Sunday is Denver-Cincinatti. That should end up being a defensive struggle with very little offense or scoring. While it is a matchup of two teams that appear destined to be playoff teams, it doesn’t look like it’ll be a particularly fun game to watch.

CBS Early Game

Denver @ Cincinnati
Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts
Cleveland @ Miami
Spero Dedes, Solomon Wilcots
Oakland @ Tennessee
Andrew Catalon, Steve Tasker, Steve Beuerlein
Baltimore @ Jacksonville
Tom McCarthy, Adam Archuleta
NO GAME due to local team at home on FOX

CBS Late Game

Pittsburgh @ Philadelphia
Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
NY Jets @ Kansas City
Greg Gumbel, Trent Green
San Diego @ Indianapolis
Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon
NO GAME due to local team at home on FOX

Fox (One Game)

Washington @ NY Giants
Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
Arizona @ Buffalo
Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston
Detroit @ Green Bay
Thom Brennaman, Charles Davis
Minnesota @ Carolina
Chris Myers, Ronde Barber
San Francisco @ Seattle (LATE)
Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch
Los Angeles @ Tampa Bay (LATE)
Dick Stockton, Chris Spielman

As always, all credit for the NFL TV Maps goes to 506Sports. They do 100% of the work putting these together.

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