NFL week four has the New England Patriots traveling to Orchard Park to play the Buffalo Bills. Traditionally this game doesn’t get very extensive coverage but this matchup will be CBS’ top game this week, broadcast by 72 affiliates. So even though this a Fox doubleheader this weekend, a good portion of out of town fans will be able to see the pats play from the comfort of their own living room even without a subscription to the Sunday Ticket, as the game will be available in 35% of CBS’ television markets. Outside of New England the game will be shown in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, North Carolina, Alabama, Virginia and Washington DC.

 

Announcers for the Pats-Bills game will be Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf.

 

 

Here is a list of all the CBS affiliates that will be broadcasting Sunday afternoon’s game between the Patriots and the Bills:

 

KTVA — Anchorage, AK
KXD — Fairbanks, AK
WIAT — Birmingham, AL
WTVY — Dothan, AL
WAKA — Montgomery, AL
WFSB — Hartford, CT
WUSA — Washington, DC
WCTV — Tallahassee, FL
WTSP — Tampa, FL
WSWG — Albany, GA
WRDW — Augusta, GA
WRBL — Columbus, GA
WMAZ — Macon, GA
KGMB — Honolulu, HI
KGAN — Cedar Rapids, IA
KIMT — Mason City, IA
WCIA — Champaign, IL
WBBM — Chicago, IL
WMBD — Peoria, IL
WHBF — Rock Island, IL
WIFR — Rockford, IL
WBZ — Boston, MA
WSHM — Springfield, MA
WJZ — Baltimore, MD
WBOC — Salisbury, MD
WABI — Bangor, ME
WGME — Portland, ME
WAGM — Presque Isle, ME
WBKB — Alpena, MI
WWMT — Kalamazoo, MI
WJMN — Marquette, MI
WWTV — Traverse City, MI
KDLH — Duluth, MN
WFMY — Greensboro, NC
WNCT — Greenville, NC
WRAL — Raleigh, NC
WILM — Wilmington, NC
WRGB — Albany, NY
WBNG — Binghamton, NY
WIVB — Buffalo, NY
WENY — Elmira, NY
WROC — Rochester, NY
WTVH — Syracuse, NY
WWNY — Watertown, NY
WOIO — Cleveland, OH
WTOL — Toledo, OH
KWTV — Oklahoma City, OK
KOTV — Tulsa, OK
WTAJ — Altoona, PA
WSEE — Erie, PA
WHP — Harrisburg, PA
KYW — Philadelphia, PA
KDKA — Pittsburgh, PA
WYOU — Scranton, PA
WPRI — Providence, RI
WCSC — Charleston, SC
WLTX — Columbia, SC
WBTW — Florence, SC
WSPA — Spartanburg, SC
WCAV — Charlottesville, VA
WSVF — Harrisonburg, VA
WTKR — Norfolk, VA
WTVR — Richmond, VA
WDBJ — Roanoke, VA
WCAX — Burlington, VT
WFRV — Green Bay, WI
WKBT — La Crosse, WI
WISC — Madison, WI
WDJT — Milwaukee, WI
WSAW — Wausau, WI
WIYE — Parkersburg, WV
WDTV — Weston, WV

 

 

The late game between Oakland and Denver gets the second most coverage by CBS (55 stations, 26%), followed by the early Tennessee at Houston game (41 stations, 20%), San Diego at Kansas City (18, 9%), Cincinnati at Jacksonville (15, 7%), and Miami at Arizona – which will be available on just seven stations (3%).

 

 

On Fox most of the country (including New England) will get the 49ers at the Jets for the early game, and the Saints at the Packers late.

 

 

 

 

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September 25, 1980:
John Bonham died at the age of 32. The Led Zeppelin drummer was found at bandmate Jimmy Page‘s house after he reportedly had drank 40 shots of vodka in about four hours prior to passing out and assuming the Jimi Hendrix position – i.e., he died after inhaling his own vomit.

 

 

 

 

 

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