Don't have DirecTV's NFL Sunday Ticket? Well, neither do I. That means on the networks in the D.C. metro market you and I will be getting just one early game and one late game. Perhaps it is time for you to make friends with a DirecTV owner, or hit up a sports bar. After the jump, your NFL Week 11 television schedule:
Early Game, FOX, Dallas @ Washington: Can the Redskins stop their freefall against their hated rivals? Unlikely, but as that goofball Chris Berman likes to say, that's why they play the games. Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston and Tony Siragusa are your announce team.
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Late Game, CBS, San Diego @ Chicago: Philip Rivers has been playing like the Jay Cutler turnover machine we all used to know and love. Jay Cutler is being asked to manage a game and hand the ball off to Matt Forte, and the Bears are rolling. The topsy-turvy world of the NFL, I guess. The dulcet tones of Jim Nantz and Phil Simms will be in the broadcast booth.