NFL TV talk, Week 4: Black Hole, where art thou?

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No worries concerns doubts about whether the Chargers or Raiders will be wedged into your L.A. TV sets this weekend.
The schedule-maker has made them play each other — the first of two, of couse, in the AFC West draw. The second meeting is on Thursday, Dec. 4, in San Diego, on the NFL Network, meaning, for many of y’all, this is the only time you’ll see Oakland face San Diego, and the fact it’s in Oakland could add a little more, er, venim, especially with Lane Kiffin’s job still supposedly hanging in the balance.
And Al Davis hanging upside down in his cave.

The rest of the NFL’s upcoming weekend serving:

Sunday:

==10 a.m., KTTV Channel 11: Green Bay at Tampa Bay (with Kenny Albert, Darryl Johnston and Tony Siragusa). Fox happily skips over Atlanta at Carolina, San Francisco at New Orleans, Arizona at N.Y. Jets and Minnesota at Tennessee. CBS has these games locked into this window: Cleveland at Cincinnati, Denver at Kansas City and Houston at Jacksonville.

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==1 p.m., KCBS Channel 2: San Diego at Oakland (with Jim Nantz and Phil Simms). CBS passes on Buffalo at St. Louis.

==1:15 p.m., KTTV Channel 11: Washington at Dallas (with Joe Buck and Troy Aikman) It’s the only Fox game in this window, and NBC can’t have it.

==5:15 p.m., KNBC Channel 4: Philadelphia at Chicago (with Al Michaels, John Madden and Andrea Kremer)

Monday:

==5:30 p.m., ESPN: Baltimore at Pittsburgh (with Mike Tirico, Tony Kornheiser and Ron Jaworski)

Bye week: Detroit, Indianapolis, Miami, New England, N.Y Giants, Seattle, and again, Tom Brady.

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