NFL Broadcast Teams For Week 15

By Marcus Vanderberg 

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With the Cincinnati Bengals, Oakland Raiders and Tampa Bay Buccaners (Thanks Jimmy Delach) blacked out on Sunday, it raises the season total to 23 – one more than last season’s mark.

The league’s 22 blackouts in 2009 were a five-year high. With Oakland, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati and Buffalo all hosting home games in Week 16, the number is certain to increase.

Below are the broadcast teams for Week 15 of “Where in the World is Gus Johnson?”

Buffalo @ Miami: Bill Macatee & Rich Gannon (CBS)

Houston @ Tennessee: Kevin Harlan & Solomon Wilcots (CBS)

Kansas City @ St. Louis: Ian Eagle & Dan Fouts (CBS)

Jacksonville @ Indianapolis: Greg Gumbel & Dan Dierdorf (CBS)

Cleveland @ Cincinnati: Don Criqui & Steve Beuerlein (CBS)

Arizona @ Carolina: Ron Pitts & John Lynch (FOX)

Detroit @ Tampa Bay: Dick Stockton, Charles Davis & Jim Mora Jr. (FOX)

Washington @ Dallas: Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston & Tony Siragusa (FOX)

Philadelphia @ NY Giants: Joe Buck & Troy Aikman (FOX)

New Orleans @ Baltimore: Thom Brennaman & Brian Billick (FOX)

Atlanta @ Seattle: Sam Rosen & Tim Ryan (FOX)

NY Jets @ Pittsburgh: Jim Nantz & Phil Simms (CBS)

Denver @ Oakland: Gus Johnson & Steve Tasker (CBS)

Green Bay @ New England: Al Michaels & Cris Collinsworth (NBC)

Chicago @ Minnesota: Mike Tirico, Ron Jaworski & Jon Gruden (ESPN)