Updated NFL’s Week 3 TV schedule for L.A.: Yes, Raiders

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After further review, KCBS-Channel 2 will dump the 1-1 Raiders onto the L.A. market on Sunday morning, in their road game against 2-0 Buffalo, after initial indications were that we’d get Cincinnati at N.Y. Giants in the 10 a.m. window.
Sad, or glad? Lane Kiffin would rather you not watch anyway.
The info we have now:

Sunday:

=10 a.m., Channel 2: Oakland at Buffalo (with Don Criqui and Dan Fouts) instead of the other CBS offerings: Cincinnati at N.Y. Giants (with Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf),, Kansas City at Atlanta, Miami at New England and Houston at Tennessee. Games airing in this window on Fox: Tampa Bay at Chicago, Carolina at Minnesota and Arizona at Washington.

=1 p.m., Channel 11: New Orleans at Denver (with Joe Buck and Troy Aikman), using the Manhattan Beach AVP Open as the lead-in at 11:30 a.m., with the women’s final (which they hope involves Kerri Walsh and Misty May-Treanor). Other Fox games in this window that we are thankfully not seeing: Detroit at San Francisco and St. Louis at Seattle.

=1:15 p.m., Channel 2: Pittsburgh at Philadephia (with Jim Nantz and Phil Simms) as opposed to the other CBS games: Cleveland at Baltimore and Jacksonville at Indianapolis).

=5:15 p.m., Channel 4: Dallas at Green Bay (with Al Michaels and John Madden, trying not to say the words “Brett Favre” more than 100 times on the broadcast)

Monday:

=5:30 p.m., ESPN: N.Y. Jets at San Diego (with Mike “Fresh off the Ryder Cup” Tirico, Tony “The Apologist” Kornheiser and Ron “The New John Madden” Jaworski).

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  • gregb

    Unless the NFL folks in NY changed the outcome of Sunday’s contest at Arrowhead, I believe the Raiders defeated the 1980s-era Chiefs (who stunk up the joint) 24-8 making the former LA team 1-1 on the young season.

    Who goofed? I’ve got to know! As I always try to be fair with the B&^&^in’ writers!!