Aw-shucks guys, Foxy's comin' home! - Justin Edmonds
The Carolina Panthers/Denver Broncos tilt will air Sunday at 1:00 PM EST on CBS. Jim Nantz will call the play-by-play action, and Phil Simms will say a lot of smart stuff about the quarterbacks. Well, he'll say smart stuff about one of them more than the other, but I'll let you decide which one will get the most positive analysis.
I'm sure by now that you've looked at the schedule and know that the Panthers square off against some guy named Peyton Manning and the Broncos this Sunday. I've also heard some noise about a guy named John Fox who could possibly view this game as more important than the rest of the games on Denver's schedule, but the latest report I read said that his grudge against Carolina is listed as day to day.
Even though you're aware that the Panthers play this Sunday, you may not know where you can watch the game on television, or - if need be - listen to the game on satellite radio.
Well fans, have no fear; because CSR's got your back.
Below you will find the broadcast information for Sunday's game against the Broncos, where we will (hopefully) see results similar to what we witnessed in the game last week against Washington:
Sunday, November 11, 2012
Venue: Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte, NC) Time: 1:00 PM EST
|TV:||CBS (see coverage map linked below)|
|Broadcasters:||Jim Nantz and Phil Simms
|DirecTV:||708, 708 HD|
If you need to check whether or not you will get to watch the game from the comfort of your own home, you can head over to the506.com and see if the game will broadcast in your area (it's the first one listed this week).
Please note: if you live in the Carolinas, the game will most likely to be on tv for you. The only fans who may have an issue are those who live in the westernmost tip of North Carolina, who will either get the Dolphins/Titans game or the Jets/Seahawks 4:00 game depending on which tv market you're in. On the bright side, fans who live in every other part of both Carolinas will get to see the Panthers on local television this Sunday.