NFL Week 7 TV Schedule: Live Streams, Start Times TV Info and More

Week 7 of the NFL season is finally upon us and it’s time for the men to truly and fully separate from the boys. If you’re a sports fan, Sunday is a great day for you as not only do you get football action all day but the Peyton Manning Bowl takes place to cap things all off.

FOX was prepared to air Game 7 of the ALCS should the Boston Red Sox had lost Game 6, but since they won only early games are slated and no double header will take place. That’s not the case for CBS who are rolling out the carpet for back-to-back NFL action this afternoon with some big games across the board.

Here’s a look at which announcers will be calling what games this week when NFL action kicks off.

Tampa Bay at Atlanta 1:00 pm FOX Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch, Molly McGrath
Chicago at Washington 1:00 pm FOX Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnson, Tony Siragusa
Dallas at Philadelphia 1:00 pm FOX Thom Brennaman, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver
New England at N.Y. Jets 1:00 pm CBS Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierforf
Buffalo at Miami 1:00 pm CBS Bill Macatee, Steve Tasker
St. Louis at Carolina 1:00 pm FOX Dick Stockton, Brian Billick, Laura Okmin
Cincinnati at Detroit 1:00 pm CBS Marv Albert, Rich Gannon
San Diego at Jacksonville 1:00 pm CBS Spero Dedes, Stever Beuerlein
San Francisco at Tennessee 4:05 pm FOX Chris Myers, Tim Ryan, Jennifer Hale
Houston at Kansas City 4:25 pm CBS Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
Baltimore at Pittsburgh 4:25 pm CBS Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts
Cleveland at Green Bay 4:25 pm CBS Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcotts
Denver at Indianapolis 8:30 pm NBC Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth
Minnesota at N.Y. Giants 8:40 pm ESPN Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden


All afternoon games can be streamed using the NFL Redzone app on your mobile phone. The Sunday Night Football game on NBC can be live streamed using NBC Live Extra while the ESPN Monday Night Football Game can be streamed using the Watch ESPN app.

Be sure to check all team specific sites after each game for full recaps and in-depth analysis.

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