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Your Sunday NFL Open Thread

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Since there is no game involving the Minnesota Vikings on this football Sunday, there's a good chance that you're going to be looking around the dial for an alternative. Well, you can spend your time here with your fellow Vikings fans talking about everything that's happening across the league today here in our Sunday open thread.

Here is a look at all of the games that are going to be taking place today, as well as who will be announcing those games.

Early Games on CBS

New England Patriots at New York Jets - Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf
Cincinnati Bengals at Detroit Lions - Marv Albert, Rich Gannon
Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins - Bill Macatee, Steve Tasker
San Diego Chargers at Jacksonville Jaguars - Spero Dedes, Steve Beuerlein

Early Games on FOX

Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles - Thom Brennaman, Troy Aikman
Chicago Bears at Washington Redskins - Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston
St. Louis Rams at Carolina Panthers - Dick Stockton, Brian Billick
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons - Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch

Late Games on CBS

Houston Texans at Kansas City Chiefs - Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers - Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts
Cleveland Browns at Green Bay Packers - Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcots

Late Game on FOX

San Francisco 49ers at Tennessee Titans - Chris Myers, Tim Ryan

The Sunday Night Football contest for this evening on NBC will feature Peyton Manning's return to Indianapolis, as the Denver Broncos travel to the midwest to take on the Indianapolis Colts.

To see what games are being broadcast in your area, you can always check with the folks from The 506. If you've got the Red Zone Channel. . .as I do, thanks to NFL Game Pass. . .this is the perfect day to just set your television there and forget about it while you watch action from across the league.

We're about half an hour away from kickoff of the early games, folks. Even without the Minnesota Vikings, it should still be an eventful Sunday of NFL action.