Broncos-Patriots On TV: What Time? What TV Channel Is Televising the Denver Broncos-New England Patriots Game



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The NFL Sunday Game between the Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots will be televised on CBS at 4:15 p.m. ET/3:15 p.m. CT/2:15 p.m. MT at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium, Sunday December 18, 2011.

Denver (8-5) vs. New England (10-3) playing at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium. The Denver Broncos came from behind and embarrassed the Chicago Bears last week in overtime. The Patriots are concentrating on working their defense to figure out quarterback Tim Tebow.

In Arlington Heights on Comcast …
CBS is Channel 02 for standard definition
CBS is Channel 189 HD for High Definition

In Arlington Heights on WOW! Internet and Cable TV …
CBS is Channel 02 for standard definition
CBS Channel 201 HD for High Definition (WBBM-TV Chicago)

CBS WBBM Chicago over the air channel is 02, digital is 12.

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Denver Radio: 850 KOA/KJMN 92.1/KMXA 1090
DirecTV: 714
Denver Sirius: 94

New England TV: CBS WBZ-TV
New England Radio: 98.5 THE SPORTS HUB
DirecTV: 714
New England Sirius: 86

Current NFL on CBS announcers are Marv Albert: play-by-play (2011–present), Steve Beuerlein: analyst (2004–present)
James Brown: studio host (2006–present); play-by-play (1987–1993), Charley Casserly: studio analyst (2006–present), Bill Cowher: studio analyst (2007–present), Don Criqui: play-by-play (1967–1978, 1998–present), Randy Cross: analyst (1989–1993, 1998, 2002–present) and studio analyst (1999–2001), Spero Dedes: play-by-play (2010–present), Dan Dierdorf: analyst (1985–1986, 1999–present), Ian Eagle: play-by-play (1998–present), Boomer Esiason: studio analyst (2002–present), Dan Fouts: analyst (1988–1993, 2008–present), Rich Gannon: analyst (2005–present), Greg Gumbel: studio host (1990–1993, 2004–2005) and play-by-play (1988–1989, 2006–present) and lead play-by-play (1998–2003), Kevin Harlan: play-by-play (1998–present), Bill Macatee: play-by-play (1998–present), Dan Marino: studio analyst (2002–present), Jim Nantz: studio host (1998–2003) and play-by-play (1988–1993) and lead play-by-play (2004–present)
Sam Ryan: feature reporter (2006-present)
Shannon Sharpe: studio analyst (2004–present)
Phil Simms: lead analyst (1998–present)
Steve Tasker: analyst (1998–present)
Lesley Visser: studio analyst (1990-1993), feature reporter (2000–2003, 2006–present), sideline reporter: (2004–2005)
Solomon Wilcots: analyst (2001–present) is an Amazon Associate website, which means that a small percentage of your purchases gets paid to at no extra cost to you. When you use the search boxes above, any Amazon banner ad, or any product associated with an Amazon banner on this website, you help pay expenses related to maintaining and creating new services and ideas for a resourceful website. See more info at