NFL Week 9 TV schedule in Los Angeles: Giants host Steelers in emotional matchup

Nick Laham

CBS has the doubleheader this week, showing the much talked about Giants vs. Steelers tilt. Expect that to be as much about Hurricane Sandy as it will be about football, at least until the action picks up.

CBS has the doubleheader this week, showing the much talked about Giants vs. Steelers tilt. Expect that to be as much about Hurricane Sandy as it will be about football, at least until the action picks up. Should that not be your cup of tea, Fox is broadcasting an encore of Liverpool vs. Newcastle in their afternoon slot.

CBS Early

Denver Broncos (4-3) @ Cincinnati Bengals (3-4)

Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf are on the call as Peyton Manning's team tries to keep their lead in the AFC West. Manning is 7-0 with 17 touchdowns and 3 interceptions all time in Cincinnati. Peyton Manning on the season? 17 touchdowns and 4 interceptions. Coincidence? You Only Live Twice, but the Broncos need to keep up pace lest the Chargers get their act back together.

CBS Late

Pittsburgh Steelers (4-3) @ New York Giants (6-2)

Jim Nantz and Phil Simms call CBS' game of the week, which has probably been the most talked about game for reason that have nothing to do with football. After the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, many were wondering if this game should have been switched to Pittsburgh. The New York marathon was postponed, the New York Red Bulls switched out a home match, but here we are. The Giants are field goal favorites, and are predicted to cover in a tight one. A bit of Thunderball to help distract from the storm.

Fox Early

Arizona Cardinals (4-4) @ Green Bay Packers (5-3)

Joe Buck and Troy Aikman are in Green Bay to call Fox's main game. Even still, with six regional matchups to broadcast this one is only over the air in the Southwest (minus NorCal and Colorado who get Raiders); Wisconsin and a series of counties along the Mississippi, and New England. The map is so Gerrymandered you'd think there were politics involved. The Cardinals last won in Green Bay way back in 1949 when they were the Chicago Cardinals. The Packers are big favorites, expect them to kick The Living Daylights out of the Cardinals.

Keep your Goldeneye on all the action today, and use your Goldfinger to voice your comments. It's not For Your Eyes Only so be sure to share it on Facebook.

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