It's time for Week 2 of the NFL season. Thanks to coverage maps from The 506, we can bring you the NFL TV schedule for non-Sunday Ticket subscribers in the Washington D.C. area. Here it is:
Arizona Cardinals vs. Washington Redskins: Last season, the Redskins followed up a big win over a division rival by losing in overtime at home to a high-powered offensive team with bad defense. This season, the Redskins will follow up a big win over a division rival by playing a high-powered offensive team with bad defense at home. Will history repeat itself? (FOX, 1 p.m., as announced by Chris Myers and Tim Ryan).
Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee Titans: After a Week 1 blowout of the Steelers, will the Ravens let up? Tennessee looked pretty bad in losing to Jacksonville, so the Ravens can win even if they play half as well as they did last week. (CBS, 1 p.m., as announced by Bill Macatee and Steve Tasker)
San Diego Chargers vs. New England Patriots: Like most of America, fans in the D.C. area will get to watch this game in the late afternoon. It's a showdown of potentially the two best teams in the AFC and a battle of two great quarterbacks in Tom Brady and Philip Rivers. (CBS, 4:15 p.m., as announced by Jim Nantz and Phil Simms)