If, like me, you are without the technological advancement that is DirecTV's NFL Sunday Ticket, you will be getting just three games in the Washington, D.C. metro market Sunday. The Redskins are the early game, and obviously the highlight of the day, while two potential blowouts await in the late game window. After the jump, your NFL Week 7 television schedule:
FOX Early Game, Washington (3-2) @ Carolina (1-5): The John Beck Era begins for the Redskins as they travel to Charlotte to take on Cam Newton and the Panthers. Beck replaces interception machine Rex Grossman, and could be in for a long day behind an offensive line diminished by injuries to left guard Kory Lichtensteiger and left tackle Trent Williams. Chris Myers and Tim Ryan have the call.
FOX Late Game, Green Bay (6-0) @ Minnesota (1-5): The Vikings have also made a quarterback change, replacing the King of the Wormburner, Donovan McNabb, with rookie Christian Ponder. Aaron Rodgers and the Packers offense appear to have the ability to score at will. Minnesota is in serious trouble. Thom Brennaman and Troy Aikman are your announce team.
CBS Late Game, Pittsburgh (4-2) @ Arizona (1-4): A rematch of Super Bowl XLIII this most certainly is not. Cardinals fans can hope that the Steelers' second half struggles in their recent matchups with the Titans and Jaguars will continue, and Arizona is coming off their bye, so maybe this game won't get as out of hand as I first imagined. Then again, this might be the game where everyone starts saying "Kevin Kolb really isn't that good, is he?" Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf in the broadcast booth for this one.