Apparently, this nation of ours isn't entirely enthusiastic about seeing a Bengals and Jaguars game. Who doesn't want to see Robert Geathers or Wallace Gilberry working over Luke Joeckel? And the first-ever rush attempt by Rex Burkhead? If you're not anxious, you're not alive.
Yet, when San Diego plays the Miami Dolphins, most of this great country will see that. Many will see the New York Jets and Kansas City Chiefs. The Jets! If I'm choosing a team with the best chance to making the playoffs, it's the Jaguars. Not the Jets. And that tells you a little something about the Jets. Plus, none of those four teams are first-place teams, which CBS realizes. Yet, the only first place team that CBS has in their early afternoon games is the Cincinnati Bengals, who are playing host to the Jacksonville Jaguars. And unless you live near Cincinnati or near Jacksonville, you won't see it.
If you're in the Cincinnati region, here's your NFL schedule (without the Red Zone channel or NFL ticket, obviously).
Jacksonville Jaguars at Cincinnati Bengals (CBS)
Denver Broncos at New England Patriots (CBS)
St. Louis Rams at San Francisco 49ers (FOX)
Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers (NBC)
Then of course Monday Night Football, with the New York Giants hosting the Indianapolis Colts.