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April 18, 2013

 

CBS SPORTS MARKS 54th YEAR OF NFL COVERAGE AS

NETWORK ANNOUNCES 2013 “NFL ON CBS” BROADCAST SCHEDULE

 

The CBS Television Network marks its 54th year broadcasting the NFL with some of the best games on the NFL schedule including Denver-New York Giants, Denver-Dallas, Pittsburgh-Green Bay and Pittsburgh-New England during its 17 weeks of regular-season coverage of the NFL’s American Football Conference.  The 103 regular-season game broadcast schedule is followed by a full post-season slate including an AFC Wild Card playoff game on January 5, 2014, two divisional playoff games on January 11 and January 12, and the AFC Championship Game on January 19.

 

 

► GAMES FEATURING DENVER, NEW YORK GIANTS, DALLAS, NEW ENGLAND, PITTSBURGH, GREEN BAY AND HOUSTON HIGHLIGHT 2013 SCHEDULE

 

The 2013 NFL ON CBS broadcast schedule is highlighted by key games from some of last year’s powerhouse teams including in Week 2 with the “Manning Bowl” – a match-up between Peyton’s Denver Broncos versus Eli’s New York Giants (9/15); Denver vs. Dallas (10/6); Pittsburgh vs. Green Bay (12/22); Pittsburgh vs. New England (11/3) and New England vs. Houston (12/1).  

 

 

► NINE NFL ON CBS DOUBLEHEADER WEEKENDS

 

The broadcast schedule, which includes nine doubleheader weekends and features key AFC and AFC-NFC match-ups including:

 

 

AFC MATCH-UPS

Houston-Baltimore (9/22)

Baltimore-Pittsburgh (10/20)

New England-N.Y. Jets (10/20)

Denver-Houston (12/22)

 

 

AFC-NFC MATCH-UPS

Cincinnati-Chicago (9/8)

Indianapolis-San Francisco (9/22)

Cleveland-Green Bay (10/20)

Buffalo-New Orleans (10/27)

San Diego-Washington (11/3)

Oakland-New York Giants (11/10)

Baltimore-Chicago (11/17)

Kansas City-Washington (12/8)

 

 

Other AFC-NFC match-ups during the season include: San Diego-Philadelphia (9/15), Jacksonville-Seattle (9/22), Jacksonville-St. Louis (10/6), Tennessee-Seattle (10/13), Tennessee-St. Louis (11/3), Houston-Arizona (11/10), Indianapolis-Arizona (11/24) and Buffalo-Tampa Bay (12/8).

 

AFC DIVISIONAL RIVALRIES

 

Along with near-weekly divisional battles, AFC games highlighted include Pittsburgh-N.Y. Jets (10/13), Pittsburgh-Oakland (10/27), Denver-San Diego (11/10), N.Y. Jets-Baltimore (11/24); and Week 17 with teams from the four AFC Divisions squaring off against each other in games that could have major playoff implications: Baltimore-Cincinnati, Pittsburgh-Cleveland, Jacksonville-Indianapolis, N.Y Jets-Miami, Buffalo-New England, Houston-Tennessee, Denver-Oakland and Kansas City-San Diego (12/29).

 

LONDON CALLING

 

In Week 4 (9/29) THE NFL ON CBS, for the fifth-of-the-past-six years, travels across the Atlantic Ocean to cover the Pittsburgh Steelers-Minnesota Vikings clash live from Wembley Stadium in London, England.

 

THANKSGIVING DAY GAME

 

Thanksgiving Day (11/28) will feature the Oakland Raiders at Dallas Cowboys.

 

► OPENING KICK-OFF

 

THE NFL ON CBS kicks off Week 1 with singleheader coverage on Sunday, Sept. 8 (12:00 Noon-4:00 PM, ET) beginning with THE NFL TODAY, the Network’s pre-game studio show.  The day’s NFL action is highlighted by an AFC-NFC tilt with Cincinnati taking on Chicago and an early AFC East match-up with New England and Buffalo.  Other regional action that day on THE NFL ON CBS includes Miami-Cleveland, Oakland-Indianapolis, Kansas City-Jacksonville and Tennessee-Pittsburgh games live on the CBS Television Network.

 

PITTSBURGH, SAN DIEGO, MIAMI AND CINCINNATI SLATED FOR 11 APPEARANCES; BALTIMORE, HOUSTON AND INDIANAPOLIS SET FOR 10 APPEARANCES; NEW ENGLAND AND DENVER TO MAKE NINE APPEARANCES 

 

Last year’s Super Bowl XLVII champions Baltimore Ravens, AFC South Champions Houston Texans and the Indianapolis Colts will appear 10 times each on THE NFL ON CBS.  

 

The AFC West Champions and Peyton Manning-led Denver Broncos and the AFC East Champions New England Patriots led by Tom Brady will make nine appearances each; while the Pittsburgh Steelers, San Diego Chargers, Miami Dolphins and Cincinnati Bengals will make 11 appearances each; the New York Jets make 12 appearances; and the Tennessee Titans, Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders, Jacksonville Jaguars, Buffalo Bills and Cleveland Browns 13 times each.

 

 

 

PRESEASON

 

CBS Sports’ NFL pre-season schedule begins on Friday, Aug. 23 (8:00 PM, ET) when the Green Bay Packers host the Seattle Seahawks live in prime time on the CBS Television Network.  THE NFL ON CBS will conclude its two-game preseason schedule the following night as the St. Louis Rams take on the Denver Broncos live in prime time on Saturday, Aug. 24 (8:00 PM, ET).

 

Jim Nantz and Phil Simms are the lead announce team for the Network’s coverage of THE NFL ON CBS.   THE NFL TODAY, CBS Sports’ NFL pre-game, halftime and post-game studio show, begins on Sunday, Sept. 8 (12:00 Noon-1:00 PM, ET) with host James Brown, along with analysts Dan Marino, Boomer Esiason, Shannon Sharpe and Bill Cowher. 

 

Sean McManus is Chairman, CBS Sports and serves as the Executive Producer of CBS Sports’ coverage of the NFL.  Harold Bryant is Executive Producer and Vice President, Production, CBS Sports.  

 

Following is the complete 2013 NFL ON CBS broadcast schedule.

 

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Follow CBS Sports on Twitter: @CBSSportsGang and @NFLonCBS

 

 

CBS Sports Contacts:  Jen Sabatelle  212/975-4120  jsabatelle@cbs.com

  Robin Brendle  212/975-1533  rlbrendle@cbs.com

Jerry Caraccioli 212/975-7466  gwcaraccioli@cbs.com

  

 

 

 

 


2013 CBS SPORTS NFL BROADCAST SCHEDULE

(all times ET)

 

 

 

 

WEEK 1 - SUNDAY, SEPT. 8

New England @ Buffalo   1:00

Cincinnati @ Chicago    1:00

Miami @ Cleveland    1:00

Oakland @ Indianapolis   1:00

Kansas City @ Jacksonville   1:00

Tennessee @ Pittsburgh   1:00

 

WEEK 2 - SUNDAY, SEPT. 15  – CBS DBHDR

Cleveland @ Baltimore   1:00

Tennessee @ Houston    1:00

Miami @ Indianapolis   1:00

San Diego @ Philadelphia   1:00

 

Denver @ N.Y. Giants   4:25

Jacksonville @ Oakland   4:25

 

WEEK 3 - SUNDAY, SEPT. 22 – CBS DBHDR

Houston @ Baltimore    1:00

Cleveland @ Minnesota   1:00

San Diego @ Tennessee   1:00

 

Indianapolis @ San Francisco  4:25

Jacksonville @ Seattle   4:25

Buffalo @ N.Y. Jets    4:25

 

WEEK 4 - SUNDAY, SEPT. 29   

Baltimore @ Buffalo    1:00

Cincinnati @ Cleveland   1:00

Indianapolis @ Jacksonville   1:00

Pittsburgh-Minnesota (London)  1:00

 

N.Y. Jets @ Tennessee   4:05

 

WEEK 5 - SUNDAY, OCT. 6 – CBS DBHDR  

New England @ Cincinnati   1:00

Baltimore @ Miami    1:00

Jacksonville @ St. Louis   1:00

Kansas City @ Tennessee   1:00

 

Denver @ Dallas    4:25

San Diego @ Oakland   4:25


 

WEEK 6 - SUNDAY, OCT. 13  

Cincinnati @ Buffalo    1:00

Oakland @ Kansas City   1:00

Pittsburgh @ N.Y. Jets   1:00

 

Tennessee @ Seattle    4:05

Jacksonville @ Denver   4:05

 

WEEK 7 - SUNDAY, OCT. 20 – CBS DBHDR

Cincinnati @ Detroit    1:00

San Diego @ Jacksonville   1:00

Houston @ Kansas City   1:00

Buffalo @ Miami    1:00

New England @ N.Y. Jets   1:00

 

Baltimore @ Pittsburgh   4:25

Cleveland @ Green Bay   4:25

 

WEEK 8 - SUNDAY, OCT. 27

Cleveland @ Kansas City   1:00

Miami @ New England    1:00

Buffalo @ New Orleans   1:00

 

N.Y. Jets @ Cincinnati   4:05

Pittsburgh @ Oakland    4:05

 

WEEK 9 - SUNDAY, NOV. 3 – CBS DBHDR

Kansas City @ Buffalo   1:00

Tennessee @ St. Louis   1:00

San Diego @ Washington   1:00

 

Pittsburgh @ New England   4:25

Baltimore @ Cleveland   4:25

 

WEEK 10 - SUNDAY, NOV. 10 – CBS DHDR

Cincinnati @ Baltimore   1:00

Oakland @ N.Y. Giants   1:00

Buffalo @ Pittsburgh    1:00

Jacksonville @ Tennessee   1:00

 

Denver @ San Diego    4:25

Houston @ Arizona    4:25

 

WEEK 11 - SUNDAY, NOV. 17

N.Y. Jets @ Buffalo    1:00

Baltimore @ Chicago    1:00

Cleveland @ Cincinnati   1:00

Oakland @ Houston    1:00

San Diego @ Miami    1:00

 

Kansas City @ Denver   4:05

 

WEEK 12 - SUNDAY, NOV. 24

N.Y. Jets @ Baltimore   1:00

Pittsburgh @ Cleveland    1:00

Jacksonville @ Houston    1:00

San Diego @ Kansas City   1:00

 

Indianapolis @ Arizona   4:05

Tennessee @ Oakland    4:05

 

WEEK 13 - THURSDAY, NOV. 28  THANKSGIVING DAY

Oakland @ Dallas    4:30

 

WEEK 13 - SUNDAY, DEC. 1 – CBS DBHDR

Jacksonville @ Cleveland   1:00

Tennessee @ Indianapolis   1:00

Denver @ Kansas City   1:00

Miami @ N.Y. Jets    1:00

 

New England @ Houston   4:25

Cincinnati @ San Diego   4:25

 

WEEK 14 - SUNDAY, DEC. 8

Indianapolis @ Cincinnati    1:00

Cleveland @ New England   1:00

Oakland @ N.Y. Jets    1:00

Miami @ Pittsburgh    1:00

Buffalo @ Tampa Bay   1:00

Kansas City @ Washington   1:00

 

Tennessee @ Denver    4:05

 

WEEK 15 – SUNDAY, DEC. 15

Houston @ Indianapolis   1:00

Buffalo @ Jacksonville   1:00

New England @ Miami    1:00

 

N.Y. Jets @ Carolina    4:05

Kansas City @ Oakland   4:05

 

WEEK 16 – SUNDAY, DEC. 22 – CBS DBHDR

Miami @ Buffalo    1:00

Denver @ Houston    1:00

Tennessee @ Jacksonville   1:00

Indianapolis @ Kansas City   1:00

Cleveland @ N.Y. Jets   1:00

 

Pittsburgh @ Green Bay   4:25

Oakland @ San Diego   4:25

 

WEEK 17 – SUNDAY, DEC. 29 – CBS DBHDR

Baltimore @ Cincinnati   1:00

Cleveland @ Pittsburgh   1:00

Jacksonville @ Indianapolis   1:00

N.Y. Jets @ Miami    1:00

Buffalo @ New England   1:00

Houston @ Tennessee    1:00

 

Denver @ Oakland    4:25

Kansas City @ San Diego    4:25

 

 

AFC WILD CARD PLAYOFF GAME –

SUNDAY, JAN. 5, 2014

 

AFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS –

SATURDAY, JAN. 11 & SUNDAY, JAN. 12

 

AFC CHAMPIONSHIP - SUNDAY, JAN.  19

 

 

 

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