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Playoffs - Television Schedule & Listing of Broadcasters

Frank Costanza

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Sat 1/9, 1:00 PM ETIndianapolis @ BuffaloCBSIan Eagle, Charles Davis
Sat 1/9, 4:30 PM ETLA Rams @ SeattleFOXJoe Buck, Troy Aikman
Sat 1/9, 8:00 PM ETTampa Bay @ WashingtonNBCMike Tirico, Tony Dungy
Sun 1/10, 1:00 PM ETBaltimore @ TennesseeABC/ESPNSteve Levy, Brian Griese, Louis Riddick
Sun 1/10, 4:30 PM ETChicago @ New OrleansCBSJim Nantz, Tony Romo
Sun 1/10, 8:00 PM ETCleveland @ PittsburghNBCAl Michaels, Cris Collinsworth


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Frank Costanza

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Sat 1/16, 4:30 PM ETLA Rams @ Green BayFOXKevin Burkhardt, Daryl Johnston
Sat 1/16, 8:00 PM ETBaltimore @ BuffaloNBCAl Michaels, Cris Collinsworth
Sun 1/17, 3:00 PM ETCleveland @ Kansas CityCBSJim Nantz, Tony Romo
Sun 1/17, 6:30 PM ETTampa Bay @ New OrleansFOXJoe Buck, Troy Aikman

Frank Costanza

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Seems like we get plenty already....

The National Football League will allow CBS , NBC and Fox to sell an additional two minutes of commercials during the playoff games leading up to the Super Bowl, according to network and league officials.

That will mean several million dollars of new revenue for the networks, as NFL postseason games are among the most sought-after content for advertisers. A spot usually runs as high as $1 million during the early playoff rounds and can top $2 million for the conference championships that determine who plays in the Super Bowl, network executives said.

The extra ad inventory will be for all the playoff games starting this weekend but doesn’t include the Super Bowl, which will air on ViacomCBS Inc.’s CBS on Feb. 7. CBS is seeking as much as $5.5 million per commercial for the Super Bowl, people with knowledge of the matter have said.