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

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Video: Momentum — after quickest end to overtime in NFL history. Tim Tebow found Demaryius Thomas on an 80-yard touchdown pass on the first play from scrimmage in overtime, as Denver stunned Pittsburgh 29-23 Sunday in an AFC wild-card game. Tebow passed for 316 yards on only ten completions.

The NFL Playoff Game between the Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots will be televised on CBS Saturday, January 14, 2012 at 8:00 EST, 7:00 p.m. CST and 6:00 p.m. MST at New England Patriots Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.


Denver (8-8) vs. New England (13-3) playing at Gillette Stadium. Tebow had 316 yards passing and averaged 31.6 yards per pass in Sunday night’s victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers.

For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life.
—John 3:16

Tebow has been identified with John 3:16 — one of the most commonly quotes verses in the Bible. He wore ‘John’ under his right eye and “3:16” under his left eye on his anti-reflective eye black during his days with the Florida Gators and the BCS National Championship.

In the 1970’s and 1080’s Rainbow Man Rollen Frederick Stewarart wearing a rainbow-colored afro-style wig held up signs reading “John 3:16” at sporting events around the United States and around the world. Rainbow Man ended up with a lifetime sentence in prison for kidnapping after he was arrested in a California hotel in 1992 while attempting to kidnap two men.

But back to Tebow: ESPN’s QBR rating reports quarterback Tim Tebow’s second quarter was the third-best single quarter from a quarterback in the NFL since 2008. He is now on record as the first NFL player to complete four passes of 30-plus yards in a single quarter of an NFL playoff game.

The upcoming Broncos-Patriots game on TV …

In Arlington Heights on Comcast …
CBS is Channel 02 for standard definition (WBBM-TV Chicago)
CBS is Channel 189 HD for High Definition (WBBM-TV Chicago)

In Arlington Heights on WOW! Internet and Cable TV …
CBS is Channel 02 for standard definition (WBBM-TV Chicago)
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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TV: CBS CBS
Denver Radio: 850 KOA/KJMN 92.1/KMXA 1090
DirecTV: ??
Denver Sirius: ??

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

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)

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