Here’s the schedule for Sports USA Radio which will carry a weekly NFL doubleheader on Sunday afternoons. Sports USA has contracts with most of the NFL teams to carry some of the better matchups each week. We have Sports USA Radio Network’s schedule.
This is the same syndicator which thought it was a good idea to give former ESPN MLB analyst Joe Morgan a show.Maybe it’ll rethink that decision once Joe goes into his 5,000th telling of the 1975-76 Cincinnati Reds as the greatest team in the history of baseball and how he, Pete Rose, Johnny Bench, Cesar Geronimo, Tony Perez and David Concepcion were part of the greatest lineup in history, but I digress.
Anyway, here’s the press release from Sports USA.
Sports USA will kick off its 10th season of coverage of the National Football League in September. The largest independent syndicator of play-by-play in the country, Sports USA will once again provide a doubleheader every Sunday during the regular season to more than 300 stations in the United States and Canada.
The opening Sunday, Sept. 11, will feature two divisional matchups as Peyton Manning and the defending AFC South Champion Indianapolis Colts travel to Houston to face the Texans at 1 p.m. (ET), and the Washington Redskins host the New York Giants in an NFC East battle beginning at 4 p.m. (ET).
“We at Sports USA feel privileged and honored to be broadcasting the matchup between the Giants and Redskins on the 10th anniversary of the 9-11 attacks,” said Sports USA President Larry Kahn. “It will be a very special day throughout our country, but even more so in the nation’s capital.”
Sports USA 2011 NFL Schedule (all times ET)September 11Indianapolis Colts @ Houston Texans 1 pmNew York Giants @ Washington Redskins 4pmSeptember 18Chicago Bears @ New Orleans Saints 1 pmSan Diego Chargers @ New England Patriots 4 pmSeptember 25San Francisco 49ers @ Cincinnati Bengals 1 pmKansas City Chiefs @ San Diego Chargers 4 pmOctober 2Carolina Panthers @ Chicago Bears 1 pmNew York Giants @ Arizona Cardinals 4 pmOctober 9Tennessee Titans @ Pittsburgh Steelers 1 pmNew York Jets @ New England Patriots 4 pmOctober 16St. Louis Rams @ Green Bay Packers 1 pmHouston Texans @ Baltimore Ravens 4 pm(Weeks 7 through 17 of the regular season schedule will be announced on a weekly basis two to three weeks prior to the games in order to ensure the best and most compelling matchups.)
And that does it.