02 October 2016

2016 NFL on CBS Announcers & Distribution: Week 5

Seven games are on the slate for the NFL on CBS in Week 5 as they broadcast the doubleheader. The early contests will originate from Cleveland, Miami, Minneapolis and Pittsburgh while the late games will be at Dallas, Los Angeles and Oakland. Continue reading to see which games you will be getting and who will be calling them this Sunday on CBS Sports.

CBS NFL Schedule
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New York Jets (1978 - 1997)Pittsburgh Steelers (1962 - 1968)
Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts, Evan Washburn
Houston Texans (2006 - Pres)Minnesota Vikings (2004 - Pres)
Spero Dedes, Solomon Wilcots
KTVA - Anchorage, AK
K13XD - Fairbanks, AK
KFSM - Fort Smith, AR
KTHV - Little Rock, AR
KJNB - Jonesboro, AR
KKTV - Colorado Springs, CO
KCNC - Denver, CO
KREX - Grand Junction, CO
WBBM – Chicago, IL
WMBD – Peoria, IL
WIFR – Rockford, IL
WCIA – Springfield, IL
WHBF – Quad Cities, IL/IA
WSBT - South Bend, IN
WTHI - Terre Haute, IN
KGAN – Cedar Rapids, IA
KCCI – Des Moines, IA
KIMT – Mason City, IA
KMEG – Sioux City, IA
KSLA - Shreveport, LA
WBKB – Alpena, MI
WNEM – Bay City, MI
WWTV – Cadillac, MI
WWJ – Detroit, MI
WWMT – Kalamazoo, MI
WLNS – Lansing, MI
WJMN – Marquette, MI
KDLH – Duluth, MN
KEYC – Mankato, MN
WCCO – Minneapolis, MN
KHQA - Hannibal, MO
KTVQ - Billings, MT
KXLF - Butte, MT
KXGN - Glendive, MT
KRTV - Great Falls, MT
KPAX - Missoula, MT
KNPL - North Platte, NE
KMTV - Omaha, NE
KTVN - Reno, NV
KXMB – Bismarck, ND
KXJB – Fargo, ND
KWTV - Oklahoma City, OK
KOTV - Tulsa, OK
KELO - Sioux Falls, SD
KTAB – Abilene, TX
KFDA – Amarillo, TX
KEYE – Austin, TX
KFDM – Beaumont, TX
KBTX – Bryan, TX
KZTV – Corpus Christi, TX
KDBC – El Paso, TX
KTVT – Fort Worth, TX
KGBT – Harlingen, TX
KHOU – Houston, TX
KVTV – Laredo, TX
KLBK – Lubbock, TX
KOSA – Odessa, TX
KLST – San Angelo, TX
KENS – San Antonio, TX
KXII – Sherman, TX
KYTX – Tyler, TX
KUNU – Victoria, TX
KWTX – Waco, TX
KAUZ – Wichita Falls, TX
WFRV – Green Bay, WI
WKBT – La Crosse, WI
WISC – Madison, WI
WDJT – Milwaukee, WI
WSAW – Wausau, WI
KGWC - Casper, WY
KGWN - Cheyenne, WY
New England Patriots (2000 - Pres)Cleveland Browns (2003 - 2014)
Greg Gumbel, Trent Green, Jamie Erdahl
KBAK - Bakersfield, CA
WABI – Bangor, ME
WGME – Portland, ME
WAGM – Presque Isle, ME
WBZ – Boston, MA
WSHM – Springfield, MA
KMOV - St. Louis, MO
WIVB - Buffalo, NY
WOIO – Cleveland, OH
WBNS – Columbus, OH
WHIO – Dayton, OH
WLMO – Lima, OH
WTOL – Toledo, OH
WKBN – Youngstown, OH
WPRI - Providence, RI
KUTV - Salt Lake City, UT
WCAX - Burlington, VT
Tennessee Titans (1999 - Pres)Miami Dolphins (2013 - Pres)
Andrew Catalon, Steve Beuerlein, Steve Tasker, Chris Fischer
WHNT - Huntsville, AL
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
WNKY - Bowling Green, KY
WCBI - Tupelo, MS
KFVS - Cape Girardeau, MO
WDEF – Chattanooga, TN
WBBJ-DT3 – Jackson, TN
WVLT – Knoxville, TN
WREG – Memphis, TN
WTVF – Nashville, TN
WJHL – Tri-Cities, TN

No Game
WISH - Indianapolis, IN
WJZ - Baltimore, MD

Cincinnati Bengals (1997 - Pres)Dallas Cowboys (1964 - Pres)
Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, Tracy Wolfson
San Diego Chargers (2007 - Pres)Oakland Raiders (1995 - Pres)
Tom McCarthy, Adam Archuleta, Amanda Balionis
KOLD - Tucson, AZ
KSWT - Yuma, AZ
KBAK – Bakersfield, CA
KHSL – Chico, CA
KVIQ – Eureka, CA
KGPE – Fresno, CA
KION – Salinas, CA
KOVR – Sacramento, CA
KFMB – San Diego, CA
KPIX – San Francisco, CA
KCOY – Santa Barbara, CA
WIBW – Topeka, KS
KWCH-DT – Wichita, KS
KOLN – Lincoln, NE
KNPL – North Platte, NE
KMTV – Omaha, NE
KTVN - Reno, NV
KRCG - Jefferson City, MO
KCTV - Kansas City, MO
KOLR - Springfield, MO
KVAL – Eugene, OR
KTVL – Medford, OR
KOIN - Portland, OR
KREM - Spokane, WA
KEPR - Tri-Cities, WA
KIMA - Yakima, WA
Buffalo Bills (1987 - 2001)Los Angeles Rams (1981 - 1994)
Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon, Scott Kaplan
KCBS – Los Angeles, CA
KPSP – Palm Springs, CA
WRGB - Albany, NY
WBNG - Binghamton, NY
WIVB - Buffalo, NY
WWNY - Carthage, NY
WENY - Elmira, NY
WROC - Rochester, NY
WTVH - Syracuse, NY

No Game
KCNC - Denver, CO

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  1. There's no game in Detroit due to the Lions being home vs Philly

  2. Hartford's CBS has Pats/Browns listed as the game they're showing

  3. Yet another week of the Dallas Cowboys shoved down our throats at 4:25, no matter what the network. I realize there really isn't a better game among CBS's slate this week, but I could at least do without studio analysts going orgasmic and acting like Dallas is an upper-echelon team and on the verge of going to the Super Bowl every time they win a couple of games in a row versus crap teams.

    1. Yes the Cowboys are being crap teams. But what's impressive is that they're 3-1 while playing with two rookies and Dez Bryant has been a non-factor this year with 11 catches for 150 yards and only one touchdown for a guy who caught 16 touchdowns in 2014.

    2. The Cowboys are playing who's on their schedule. They're one of those teams whose fan base is even bigger than their massive stadium. It also helps when they have a rookie QB in Dak Prescott who could very well be the long-term guy once Tony Romo's career ends. All that and a 3-1 start certainly help.

  4. Honolulu, HI will have Chargers @ Raiders game.