The NFL rolls on into Week 13. Here is the television schedule for all 16 games this week, plus the broadcast maps for the games being shown on CBS and FOX.
It will be Week 13 in the 2017 NFL season. There are only five more weeks left in the NFL season. For teams that are above .500, it’s time to make that big push towards the playoffs. For the other teams that aren’t as lucky, it’ll be a new calendar year shortly.
We’ve got a full slate of games this week, but only three nationally televised games. Those will be the primetime games on Thursday Night Football, Sunday Night Football and Monday Night Football.
NFC East rivals will duke it out on Thursday night, as the Dallas Cowboys (5-6) will host the Washington Redskins (5-6) to start the week off right. Kickoff from AT&T Stadium in Arlington will be at 8:25 p.m. ET on Nov. 30. NBC, the NFL Network and Amazon will carry that game.
The big game on Sunday night will be between two teams in line to potentially make some noise in the NFC playoffs. The Seattle Seahawks (7-4) will host the surging Philadelphia Eagles (10-1) in primetime. Kickoff from CenturyLink Field in Seattle will be at 8:30 p.m. ET on Dec. 3. NBC will have the telecast.
Finally, the Monday night game features two teams that absolutely hate each other. This week, it will be a pair of AFC North enemies, as the Cincinnati Bengals (5-6) reluctantly welcome the Pittsburgh Steelers (9-2) into Paul Brown Stadium. Kickoff will be at 8:30 p.m. ET on Dec. 4. ESPN will have the primetime telecast.
As for the other 13 NFL games this week, they will be shown on either CBS or FOX on Sunday afternoon. Here are the broadcast games for those 13. Maps are by 506Sports.com.
CBS has six games on the Week 13 slate, five early and one late afternoon kickoff on Sunday. The featured game at 1:00 p.m. ET will be the New England Patriots and the Buffalo Bills with Jim Nantz and Tony Romo in the booth to call it.
Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts will be at MetLife Stadium for the Kansas City Chiefs at the New York Jets. Andrew Catalon and James Lofton are on the call at Solider Field for the San Francisco 49ers at the Chicago Bears. Greg Gumbel and Trent Green will be at Nissan Stadium in Nashville for the Houston Texans at the Tennessee Titans. Kevin Harlan and Rich Gannon will venture into Duval County to call the Indianapolis Colts at the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field.
The lone 4:00 p.m. ET game on CBS in Week 13 will be the one between the Cleveland Browns and the Los Angeles Chargers. Spero Dedes and Adam Archuleta will be on the call at the StubHub Center in Carson for this late afternoon game.
FOX has seven games on the schedule in Week 13, four early afternoon start times and three late afternoon games. The featured 1:00 p.m. ET game on FOX will be the Minnesota Vikings at the Atlanta Falcons. Kevin Burkhardt and Charles Davis will be in the Mercedes-Benz Stadium booth in Atlanta to call that one.
Thom Brennaman and Chris Spielman are calling the Detroit Lions at Baltimore Ravens game at M&T Bank Stadium. Tim Brando and Greg Jennings will make the trek to Lambeau Field to call the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the Green Bay Packers. Dick Stockton and Mark Schlereth are on the Denver Broncos at Miami Dolphins game down in Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens.
A few metro areas will be blacked out during the 1:00 p.m. ET hour on FOX due to having a local home game be televised simultaneously on CBS. Those cities are Buffalo, Chicago, Jacksonville, Nashville and New York City.
FOX has three late afternoon games on the schedule this week. The featured 4:25 p.m. ET game will be the one down south between NFC South rivals in the Carolina Panthers and the New Orleans Saints. Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will be in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome booth to call that game.
Kenny Albert and Ronde Barber will be at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum to call the New York Giants at the Oakland Raiders. Chris Myers and Daryl Johnston will be in Glendale to call the Los Angeles Rams versus the Arizona Cardinals game at University of Phoenix Stadium.