Your NFL Wild Card Announcing Schedule


Raise your hand if you had Bengals-Texans relegated to the early afternoon Saturday slot for the second year running.  Everyone?  Good.  Also of note though is the very talented Dan Hicks getting the opportunity to call an NFL playoff game in place of Tom Hammond.  It's a solid choice from NBC as Hicks is one of the most underappreciated play by play guys in the industry.

Saturday, January 5

Cincinnati Bengals @ Houston Texans [NBC 4:30PM] Dan Hicks, Mike Mayock & Alex Flanagan

Minnesota Vikings @ Green Bay Packers [NBC 8PM] Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth & Michele Tafoya

Sunday, January 6

Indianapolis Colts @ Baltimore Ravens [CBS 1PM] Jim Nantz, Phil Simms

Seattle Seahawks @ Washington Redskins [FOX 4:30PM] Joe Buck, Troy Aikman Pam Oliver, & Erin Andrews  

H/T Sammy!

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Your NFL Wild Card Announcing Schedule

Obviously this is the quickest announcing schedule ever, because of there only being four games, but I thought you’d still like to see who’s calling which game and where. The Wild Card Weekend features some great matchups, and will even mark the first time that the Falcons and Cardinals played on NBC since 1997.

I’m not quite sure why NBC is going with Tom Hammond for the game, but we do get a special treat. Tiki as a sideline reporter! Here’s your announcing schedule for this weekend, and full Playoff schedule for the rest of the month. Start trading events with your significant others now!

Saturday, January 3rd

Atlanta Falcons at Arizona Cardinals (NBC, 4:30pm)- Tom Hammond, Cris Collinsworth, Tiki Barber
Indianapolis Colts at San Diego Chargers (NBC, 8pm)- Al Michaels, John Madden, Andrea Kremer

Sunday, January 4th

Baltimore Ravens at Miami Dolphins (CBS, 1pm)- Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
Philadelphia Eagles at Minnesota Vikings (FOX, 4:30pm)- Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver


Saturday, January 10th

Baltimore, San Diego or Indianapolis at Tennessee Titans (CBS, 4:30pm)
Arizona, Atlanta or Minnesota at Carolina (FOX, 8:15pm)

Sunday, January 11th

Arizona, Atlanta or Philadelphia at New York Giants (FOX, 1pm)
Miami, San Diego or Indianapolis at Pittsburgh Steelers (CBS, 4:45pm)

Sunday, January 18th

NFC Championship Game (FOX, 3pm)
AFC Championship Game (CBS, 6:30pm)

Sunday, February 1st

Super Bowl XLIII from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida (NBC, 6pm)