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NFL Broadcast Teams For Week 11

The Cincinnati Bengals streak of 57 straight sellouts will come to an end on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills.

The Bengals announced on Thursday that they would be blacked out in home markets (Cincinnati, Dayton, and Lexington, Ky.) for the first time since Nov. 9, 2003.

It also means no Gus Johnson in case the Bills-Bengals comes down to the wire.

The Jacksonville Jaguars were able to avoid a blackout after requesting an extension from the league.

By the way, did you notice that Johnson had one of his best calls ever after speaking to SportsNewser?

I’m just saying.

Below are the broadcast teams for Week 11 of, “Where in the World is Gus Johnson?”

Buffalo @ Cincinnati: Gus Johnson & Steve Tasker (CBS)

Oakland @ Pittsburgh: Ian Eagle & Dan Fouts (CBS)

Baltimore @ Carolina: Kevin Harlan & Solomon Wilcots (CBS)

Houston @ NY Jets: Greg Gumbel & Dan Dierdorf (CBS)

Cleveland @ Jacksonville: Bill Macatee & Rich Gannon (CBS)

Arizona @ Kansas City: Ron Pitts & John Lynch (FOX)

Washington @ Tennessee: Dick Stockton, Charles Davis & Jim Mora Jr. (FOX)

Detroit @ Dallas: Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston & Tony Siragusa (FOX)

Green Bay @ Minnesota: Joe Buck & Troy Aikman (FOX)

Seattle @ New Orleans: Thom Brennaman & Brian Billick (FOX)

Atlanta @ St. Louis: Sam Rosen & Tim Ryan (FOX)

Tampa Bay @ San Francisco: Chris Myers & Kurt Warner (FOX)

Indianapolis @ New England: Jim Nantz & Phil Simms (CBS)

NY Giants @ Philadelphia: Al Michaels & Cris Collinsworth (NBC)

Denver @ San Diego: Mike Tirico, Ron Jaworski & Jon Gruden (ESPN)

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