I'm sure by now that you've looked at the schedule and know that the Panthers square off against Brady Quinn (yes, Brady Quinn) and the Chiefs this Sunday afternoon. For some strange reason, the NFL decided not to flex this game to prime time, opting to keep the Eagles/Cowboys game in the 8:20 slot as if anyone cares about that match-up between two of the league's least popular teams. I guess Roger Goodell doesn't care about entertaining fans after all.
Oh well, I guess we'll just have to settle for watching the best game of the weekend at 1:00 again. On the bright side, having the early game gives us plenty of time to do other things on Sunday afternoon, and we don't have to drive ourselves nuts anxiously awaiting kickoff like the three or four Eagles and Cowboys fans are going to have to do since their meaningless game is going to be in the prime time slot.
So anyway, you're aware that the game starts at 1:00, but do you know where you can watch the game on television, or - if need be - listen to the game on satellite radio?
If you answered no to that question, then have no fear; CSR's got your back.
Below you will find the broadcast information for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, or as I'm calling it: Battle of the Bads, Part Deux. As bad as this game is most likely going to be, it's a game that we have absolutely no excuse to lose.
Yes, the Panthers are bad this year, but the Chiefs are much, much worse. I don't think the Panthers will win this one in a blowout, but there's no reason for them to not walk out of Arrowhead with the victory because they are the superior team in this particular match-up. (I know, I know - every given Sunday and all that jazz...but seriously, we should pick up the W this week. Sorry Chiefs fans. Well, not really, but it sounded nice.)
Sunday, December 2, 2012
Venue: Arrowhead Stadium (Kansas City, MO) Time: 1:00 PM EST
|TV:||FOX (see coverage map linked below)|
|Broadcasters:||Ron Pitts and Mike Martz
|DirecTV:||706, 706 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 last one listed this week).
Please note: if you live in the Carolinas, the game will most likely to be on tv for you. There are a few sections of the Carolinas where the Packers/Vikings game will air instead of the Panthers/Chiefs game, so be sure to check your local listings. 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. However, whether or not you choose to watch the train wreck is totally up to you.