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The 2008 NFL Broadcast Assignments for Week 4

Wednesday, September 24, 2008 , Posted by Christopher Byrne at 8:34 PM, under , , ,

Athens, GA (Sept 24, 2008) - Fox Sports has the doubleheader this week, with Chris Myers moving from sideline reporter to play-by-play alongside JC Pearson for the Minnesota at Tennessee game. Eric Richey slides in Myers' sideline role on the Sam Ryan/Tim Ryan crew calling the San Francisco at New Orleans contest.

Gus Johnson fans will have to find something else to keep them pumped up as he is off this weekend. And with a very weak AFC slate of games, the CBS Sports "A" Team of Jim Nantz and Phil Simms get the epic battle between Oakland and San Diego, both at 1-2 for the season. At least they did not get assigned to Kansas City or St. Louis, both a miserable 0-3. CBS does not have any sideline reporter changes because they do not use sideline reporters for NFL games.

Byes this week: Detroit, Indianapolis, Miami, New England, NY Giants, Seattle

The following are the 2008 NFL Week 4 talent and production assignments. All are subject to change without notice.










Denver at Kansas City
(CBS, 1pm)
Play-by-Play: Greg Gumbel
Analyst: Dan Dierdorf
Producer: Mark Wolff
Director: Bob Fishman
Markets: CBS Sports does not release this information publicly. You can see the unofficial broadcast coverage map at "The 506".

Cleveland at Cincinnati (CBS, 1pm)
Play-by-Play: Kevin Harlan
Analyst: Rich Gannon
Producer: Jim Rikhoff
Director: Bryan Lilley
Markets: CBS Sports does not release this information publicly. You can see the unofficial broadcast coverage map at "The 506".

Houston at Jacksonville (CBS, 1:00 pm)
Play-by-Play: Dick Enberg
Analyst: Randy Cross
Producer: Bob Mansbach
Director: Suzanne Smith
Markets: CBS Sports does not release this information publicly. You can see the unofficial broadcast coverage map at "The 506".

San Diego vs. Oakland (CBS Sports, 4:05 pm et)
Play-by-Play: Jim Nantz
Analyst: Phil Simms
Producer: Lance Barrow
Director: Mike Arnold
Markets: CBS Sports does not release this information publicly. You can see the unofficial broadcast coverage map at "The 506".

Buffalo at St. Louis (CBS, 4:05 pm)
Play-by-Play: Ian Eagle
Analyst: Solomon Wilcots
Producer: Bob Dekas
Director: Andy Goldberg
Markets: CBS Sports does not release this information publicly. You can see the unofficial broadcast coverage map at "The 506".









Green Bay at Tampa Bay
(Fox, 1pm)
Play-by-Play: Kenny Albert
Analyst: Daryl Johnston
On-Field Analyst: Tony Siragusa
Producer: Barry Landis
Director: Mike Frank
Markets: (53%) Albuquerque, Austin, Baltimore, Chicago, Cleveland, Columbus, Dallas, Dayton, Denver, Detroit, Fort Myers, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Louisville, Milwaukee, Norfolk, Orlando, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Richmond, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego, Seattle, Tampa, Washington

Arizona at New York Jets
(Fox, 1:00pm)
Play-by-Play: Dick Stockton
Analyst: Brian Baldinger
Analyst: Brian Billick
Sideline Reporter: Laura Okmin
Producer: Bob Stenner
Director: Sandy Grossman
Markets: (17%) Boston, Buffalo, Hartford, Miami, New York, Phoenix, Providence, St. Louis, West Palm Beach

San Francisco at New Orleans (Fox, 1pm)
Play-by-Play: Sam Rosen
Analyst: Tim Ryan
Sideline Reporter: Eric Richey
Producer: Mike Burks
Director: Rich Russo
Markets: (11%) Houston, New Orleans, Portland, Sacramento, San Francisco

Atlanta at Carolina (Fox, 1pm)
Play-by-Play: Ron Pitts
Analyst: Tony Boselli
Sideline Reporter: Charissa Thompson
Producer: Ray Smaltz
Director: Peter Bleckner
Markets: (9%) Atlanta, Birmingham, Charlotte, Greensboro, Greenville, Raleigh

Minnesota at Tennessee (Fox, 1:00pm)
Play-by-Play: Chris Myers
Analyst: JC Pearson
Sideline Reporter: Nischelle Turner
Producer: PT Navarro
Director: Rich Dewey
Markets: (7%) Knoxville, Memphis, Minneapolis, Nashville, Oklahoma City, Tulsa

Washington at Dallas (Fox, 4:15 pm)
Play-by-Play: Joe Buck
Analyst: Troy Aikman
Sideline Reporter: Pam Oliver
Producer: Richie Zyontz
Director: Artie Kempner
Markets: (96%) Albuquerque, Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Birmingham, Boston, Buffalo, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dallas, Dayton, Denver, Detroit, Fort Myers, Greensboro, Greenville, Hartford, Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Kansas City, Knoxville, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Louisville, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Nashville, New Orleans, New York, Norfolk, Oklahoma City, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, Providence, Raleigh, Richmond, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego, Seattle, Tampa, Tulsa, Washington, West Palm Beach

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