Here are the games non-NFL Sunday Ticket subscribers in the NYC area:
1:00pm CBS – Jets (3-6) at St. Louis (3-5-1)
Broadcast team: Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts / Referee: Jerome Boger
Only the good people of the Northeast will treated to this beauty. The curiousity factor should engage some. Will the Jets implode again? If so, how will they do it this week? The Rams are much more competitive now that Jeff Fisher is the head coach. My gut tells me they crunch the Jets who are devoid of leadership and are coming apart at the seams right now. Dan Fouts will be pulling his hair out trying to figure out this Jets offense. Join the club.
4:05pm FOX – New Orleans (4-5) at Oakland (3-6)
Broadcast team: Dick Stockton, John Lynch, Jennifer Hale (field reporter) / Referee: Pete Morelli
Another game pitting two teams with losing records vs one another. The Saints are probably going to finish the season .500 or above and this game will be one that gets them back to even.
4:25pm CBS – Indianapolis (6-3) at New England (6-3)
Broadcast team: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms / Referee: John Parry
Another New England game with Nantz and Simms, who is becoming hard to listen to. The Patriots have nothing to gain and the Colts have nothing to lose. Should be fun watching Andrew Luck come of age vs Bill Belichick and Tom Brady.
8:20pm NBC – Baltimore (7-2) at Pittsburgh (6-3)
Broadcast team: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya (field reporter) / Referee: Walt Anderson
Without Ben Roethlisberger, the Steelers are up against it and they need to beat the Ravens head-to-head if they have any designs on winning the division.