04 September 2016

2016 NFL on CBS Announcers & Distribution: Week 1

It is Week 1 of the 2016 NFL season and CBS Sports will have regional action this Sunday. Five games are on the docket including action from Baltimore, East Rutherford, Kansas City, Philadelphia and Seattle.

Which games will you be getting and who will be calling them? Let's find out for this week on the NFL on CBS.

CBS NFL schedule
506Sports Map

1:00
Cincinnati Bengals (1997 - 2003)New York Jets (1967 - 1977)
Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, Tracy Wolfson
Distribution:
Primary
San Diego Chargers (2007 - Pres)Kansas City Chiefs (1972 - Pres)
Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon
Distribution:
KSWT – Yuma, AZ
KBAK – Bakersfield, CA
KHSL – Chico, CA
KVIQ – Eureka, CA
KGPE – Fresno, CA
KCBS – Los Angeles, CA
KPSP – Palm Springs, CA
KION – Salinas, CA
KOVR – Sacramento, CA
KFMB – San Diego, CA
KCOY – Santa Barbara, CA
KKTV – Colorado Springs, CO
KCNC – Denver, CO
KREX – Grand Junction, CO
KIDK – Idaho Falls, ID
KMVT – Twin Falls, ID
KGAN – Cedar Rapids, IA
KCCI – Des Moines, IA
KIMT – Mason City, IA
KMEG – Sioux City, IA
WIBW – Topeka, KS
KWCH-DT – Wichita, KS
KFVS – Cape Girardeau, MO
KHQA – Hannibal, MO
KRCQ – Jefferson City, MO
KOAM – Joplin, MO
KCTV – Kansas City, MO
KTVO-DT2 – Kirksville, MO
KMOV – St. Louis, MO
KOLR – Springfield, MO
KTVQ – Billings, MT
KXLF – Butte, MT
KXGN – Glendive, MT
KRTV – Great Falls, MT
KPAX – Missoula, MT
KOLN – Lincoln, NE
KNPL – North Platte, NE
KMTV – Omaha, NE
KLAS – Las Vegas, NV
KTVN – Reno, NV
KRQE – Albuquerque, NM
KXMB - Bismarck, ND
KWTV – Oklahoma City, OK
KOTV – Tulsa, OK
KELO – Sioux Falls, SD
KEYE - Austin, TX
KUTV - Salt Lake City, UT
KGWN – Cheyenne, WY
KGWC – Casper, WY
Cleveland Browns (2015 - Pres)Philadelphia Eagles (1996 - Pres)
Greg Gumbel, Trent Green, Jamie Erdahl
Distribution:
KXMB - Bismarck, ND
KVRR - Fargo, ND
WOIO – Cleveland, OH
WBNS – Columbus, OH
WHIO – Dayton, OH
WLMO – Lima, OH
WTOL – Toledo, OH
WKBN – Youngstown, OH
WTAJ – Altoona, PA
WHP – Harrisburg, PA
KYW – Philadelphia, PA
WYOU – Scranton, PA
KTVT - Fort Worth, TX
KWTX - Waco, TX
KAUZ - Wichita Falls, TX
WCAV – Charlottesville, VA
WSVF-CD2 – Harrisonburg, VA
WTKR – Norfolk, VA
WTVR – Richmond, VA
WVNS – Bluefield, WV
WIYE – Parkersburg, WV
WDTV – Weston, WV
WTRF – Wheeling, WV
Buffalo Bills (1970 - 1973)Baltimore Ravens (1996 - 1998)
Spero Dedes, Solomon Wilcots, Dana Jacobson
Distribution:
WUSA - Washington, DC
WJZ – Baltimore, MD
WBOC – Salisbury, MD
WBNG – Binghamton, NY
WIVB – Buffalo, NY
WWNY – Carthage, NY
WENY – Elmira, NY
WROC – Rochester, NY
WTVH – Syracuse, NY
WSEE - Erie, PA
WDBJ – Roanoke, VA

4:05
Miami Dolphins (1997 - 2012)Seattle Seahawks (1976 - 2001)
Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts, Evan Washburn
Distribution:
KTVA – Anchorage, AK
K13XD – Fairbanks, AK
KXLJ – Juneau, AK
KUBD – Ketchikan, AK
KPHO – Phoenix, AZ
KOLD – Tucson, AZ
KPIX - San Francisco, CA
WIMK – Fort Myers, FL
WGFL – Gainesville, FL
WTEV – Jacksonville, FL
WFOR – Miami, FL
WKMG – Orlando, FL
WECP – Panama City, FL
WTSP – St. Petersburg, FL
WCTV – Tallahassee, FL
WPEC – West Palm Beach, FL
WSWG - Albany, GA
WBCL - Atlanta, GA
KBOI - Boise, ID
KLEW - Lewiston, ID
WBBM - Chicago, IL
KALB-DT2 - Alexandria, LA
WAFB - Baton Rouge, LA
KNOE - Monroe, LA
WWL - New Orleans, LA
KDLH – Duluth, MN
KEYC – Mankato, MN
WCCO – Minneapolis, MN
KBNZ – Bend, OR
KVAL – Eugene, OR
KTVL – Medford, OR
KOIN – Portland, OR
WTVF - Nashville, TN
KHOU - Houston, TX
KUTV - Salt Lake City, UT
KIRO – Seattle, WA
KREM – Spokane, WA
KEPR – Tri-Cities, WA
KIMA – Yakima, WA
WFRV – Green Bay, WI
WKBT – La Crosse, WI
WISC – Madison, WI
WDJT – Milwaukee, WI
WSAW – Wausau, WI

H/T JP of 506Sports

7 comments:

  1. Dana Jacobson will join Spero Dedes and Solomon Wilcots in the BUF-BAL game on Sunday

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    1. I told him that weeks ago but he ignored me as usual smh

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    2. Yes, I purposely go out of my way to ignore you and all of your comments.

      In all seriousness, I really don't read the comments all that often although I do check in every now and again (like I did just now). If people want to reach out to me in a forum where I do check more often if I make a mistake (as I am wont to do from time to time), they can tweet me or comment on the posts in the Facebook page. On some of these pages, there simply are too many comments for me to go back and read and I neither have the time nor the desire to go back and read every single comment, from Rene or anybody else.

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    3. I'm like stating facts that's all

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  2. Maybe its just me, but it seems CBS just has awful announcing teams: I swear in the old days, the AFC (going back to when it was NBC that held the rights) had third, perhaps even fourth best announcing pairs that were better than today's #1 team. Everyone pretty much agrees that Phil Simms is atrocious, yet CBS just keeps retaining him for some unearthly reason. Nantz is fine, but everyone else seems to make me YAWN at my TV set, even if the game is compelling. Most of the analysts aren't much better than Simms and they all aren't exactly riveting either and have voices that translate well to tv broadcasts. I think Dan Dierdorf was way better than any of these guys today, even in the last few years when Dierdorf had grown senile and missed some things.

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