Typically this post is dedicated to the Cincinnati Bengals television coverage, detailing whom will have an opportunity to watch the upcoming game. That's not so important this weekend, considering that the Bengals regular season opener will be the first of a Monday Night Football doubleheader on ESPN, therefore everyone with ESPN wins.
However those of us in Cincinnati will get four games on television this Sunday and seven total.
CBS has a single game this weekend, with the lone broadcast in Cincinnati being the Chicago Bears hosting the Indianapolis Colts. Fox, with the doubleheader, will show the Eagles and Browns for the early game, then a beautifully impressive matchup between the San Francisco 49ers at the Green Bay Packers later.
|Cowboys at Giants||Wednesday, Sept 5||8:30 PM||NBC||Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth|
|Colts at Bears||Sunday, Sept 9||1:00 PM||CBS||Greg Gumbel, Dan Deirdorf|
|Eagles at Browns||Sunday, Sept 9||1:00 PM||FOX||Dick Stockton, John Lynch|
|49ers at Packers||Sunday, Sept 9||4:25 PM||FOX||Joe Buck, Troy Aikman|
|Steelers at Broncos||Sunday, Sept 9||8:20 PM||NBC||Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth|
|Bengals at Ravens||Monday, Sept 10||7:00 PM||ESPN||Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden|
|Chargers at Raiders||Monday, Sept 10||10:15 PM||ESPN||Chris Berman, Trent Dilfer|