For the third straight week, Gus Johnson will call an NFL game that’s blacked out in the hometown’s local market.
Johnson and Steve Tasker travel to Oakland, where the Raiders will host the Houston Texans.
Since the Raiders moved back to Oakland in 1995, 78 of their 122 home games have been blacked out.
Commitment To Excellence, eh? More like a commitment to the NFL Sunday Ticket.
Before you start laughing Chargers fans, your home game against Arizona is also blacked out.
Below are the broadcast teams for Week 4 of, “Where In The World is Gus Johnson?”
Seattle @ St. Louis: Ron Pitts & John Lynch (FOX)
San Francisco @ Atlanta: Dick Stockton, Charles Davis & Jim Mora (FOX)
Detroit @ Green Bay: Thom Brennaman & Brian Billick (FOX)
Carolina @ New Orleans: Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston & Tony Siragusa (FOX)
Baltimore @ Pittsburgh: Jim Nantz & Phil Simms (CBS)
Denver @ Tennessee: Kevin Harlan & Solomon Wilcots (CBS)
NY Jets @ Buffalo: Greg Gumbel & Dan Dierdorf (CBS)
Cincinnati @ Cleveland: Bill Macatee & Rich Gannon (CBS)
Houston @ Oakland: Gus Johnson & Steve Tasker (CBS)
Indianpolis @ Jacksonville: Ian Eagle & Dan Fouts (CBS)
Washington @ Philadelphia: Joe Buck & Troy Aikman (FOX)
Arizona @ San Diego: Sam Rosen & Tim Ryan (FOX)
Chicago @ NY Giants: Al Michaels @ Cris Collinsworth (NBC)
New England @ Miami: Mike Tirico, Ron Jaworski & Jon Gruden (ESPN)