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2019 NFL TV Distribution Maps - Week 2


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Hi, Colts fans.  :)  Our Colts are on the road for the second straight Sunday, as Spero Dedes and Adam Archuleta announce the Colts @ Titans game in Nashville, TN, for The NFL On CBS, and seen locally on WTTV CBS Channel 4 seen live on HD. :coltslogo:   :coltshelmet:  :colts:

 

WXIN FOX Channel 59 is also televising both the Vikings @ Packers, and Bears and Broncos, NFL On FOX early and late regional doubleheader games and also seen in Indianapolis, both games seen live on HD.  

 

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