23 April 2014

2014 Thursday Night Football on CBS & NFL Network Schedule

The 2014 NFL season brings us a new television package on Thursday nights. From weeks two through eight, games will be on CBS and simulcast on NFL Network. Weeks nine through sixteen (save Thanksgiving) will see games on NFL Network exclusively. We will also have the return of Saturday games in week 16 which will see matchups of Philadelphia-Washington and San Diego-San Francisco. Your broadcast crew will be Jim Nantz, Phil Simms and Tracy Wolfson. Let's take a look.

All games kickoff at 8:25 Eastern unless stated otherwise

Week 2 - September 11th, CBS
Steelers vs. Ravens

Week 3 - September 18th, CBS
Buccaneers vs. Falcons

Week 4 - September 25th, CBS
Giants vs. Washington

Week 5 - October 2nd, CBS
Vikings vs. Packers

Week 6 - October 9th, CBS
Colts vs. Texans

Week 7 - October 16th, CBS
Jets vs. Patriots

Week 8 - October 23rd, CBS
Chargers vs. Broncos

Week 9 - October 30th, NFL Network
Saints vs. Panthers

Week 10 - November 6th, NFL Network
Browns vs. Bengals

Week 11 - November 13th, NFL Network
Bills vs. Dolphins

Week 12 - November 20th, NFL Network
Chiefs vs. Raiders

Week 14 - December 4th, NFL Network
Cowboys vs. Bears

Week 15 - December 11th, NFL Network
Cardinals vs. Rams

Week 16 - December 18th, NFL Network
Titans vs. Jaguars

Saturday, December 20th
4:30, NFL Network
Eagles vs. Washington (Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon)

8:25, CBS
Chargers vs. 49ers (Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts, Jenny Dell)

15 comments:

  1. I predict that Ian Eagle will be calling Eagles vs Redskins and Jim Nantz Chargers vs 49ers.

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    1. Nantz and Simms are slated to call the Colts-Cowboys game the next day. Would be difficult for them to call the 49ers-Chargers game out in the Bay Area..

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    2. I am quite aware that Nantz and Simms are slated to call the Colts-Cowboys game the next day. Who do you predict will call the Chargers vs 49ers game?

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    3. If you were aware of this then why would you predict that Nantz would call the game in the Bay Area? -__-

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  2. Is it true Tim Brant is calling the Week 15 match-up?

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    1. Thank you for the clarification Ben. Who do you think will call the Week 16 doubleheader? I still think it's Ian Eagle for Eagles vs Redskins and Jim Nantz Chargers vs 49ers.

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  3. Now that all of us know that Ian Eagle is calling the Chargers vs 49ers game. I am guessing that Jim Nantz will be calling Eagles vs Redskins.

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    1. Looks like Kevin Harlan and Rich Gannon have Eagles/Redskins as they aren't listed for a Sunday Week 16 game

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    2. Kevin Harlan is indeed calling the Eagles-Redskins game on Week 16. All the info on this link. http://fangsbites.com/andrew-catalon/nfl-on-cbs-announcing-assignments-for-week-16-of-the-2014-season.html

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  4. Who has Titans @ Jaguars?

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    1. Also - that's apparently a game that will be simulcasted on FOX.

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    2. NFL Network and no, it will not be on Fox.

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    3. But hey, who doesn't love when people make stuff up?

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    4. Actually he's right the game is simulcast on FOX 17 in Nashville

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