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Your Vikings Bye Week NFL Viewing Guide

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We've almost made it through the bye week, ladies and gentlemen. Tomorrow, the bulk of the Week 10 action in the National Football League will be taking place, and then we can look forward to the Minnesota Vikings heading to Chicago to take on the Bears on 16 November.

For those of us that have it, no doubt that tomorrow will be a RedZone Sunday, as we get a full opportunity to celebrate one of the best things the NFL has given us over the years. Personally, I'm looking forward to a relatively stress-free Sunday of football.

But, for those that don't have the RedZone Channel, here's a look at which games will be on which channels and when, as well as who will be calling them. You can take a look at The 506 to see what games are on in your viewing area.

EARLY GAMES ON CBS

Miami Dolphins at Detroit Lions - Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts (DirecTV Channel 707)
Pittsburgh Steelers at New York Jets - Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon (DirecTV Channel 708)
Kansas City Chiefs at Buffalo Bills - Spiro Dedes, Solomon Wilcots (DirecTV Channel 706)
Tennessee Titans at Baltimore Ravens - Andrew Catalon, Steve Tasker (DirecTV Channel 705)

EARLY GAMES ON FOX

San Francisco 49ers at New Orleans Cheap Shot Artists - Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch (DirecTV Channel 710)
Dallas Cowboys "at" Jacksonville Jaguars (in London) - Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston (DirecTV Channel 709)
Atlanta Falcons at Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Thom Brenneman, David Diehl (DirecTV Channel 711)

LATE GAME ON CBS

Denver Broncos at Oakland Raiders - Greg Gumbel, Trent Green (DirecTV Channel 712)

LATE GAMES ON FOX

New York Giants at Seattle Seahawks - Joe Buck, Troy Aikman (DirecTV Channel 714)
St. Louis Rams at Arizona Cardinals - Chris Myers, Ronde Barber (DirecTV Channel 713)

SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL ON NBC

Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers - Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Faith Hill

So there's your schedule for tomorrow with the Vikings sitting at home for the weekend (along with the Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, New England Patriots, San Diego Chargers, and Washington Redskins). What games will you be watching the most closely tomorrow?

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