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2023 NFL Regular Season Week 4 TV and Announcer Schedule

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The Packers (1-2) have revenge on their minds as they host their longtime NFC North rivals, the Lions (2-1) on Thursday Night Football (Prime Video, Sep. 28 @ 8:20 PM). Detroit kept Green Bay out of the 2022 playoffs with a stunning 20-16 triumph in the final regular-season contest.

Real-time action between the Atlanta Falcons and Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium in London, one of the world’s premier sports stadiums and the host of this NFL International Series game, will be experienced in Pixar’s iconic “Toy Story” Universe (ESPN+/Disney+, Oct. 1 @ 9:30 AM). The game will be recreated simultaneously in Andy’s room, one of the movie’s most recognizable settings.

The Bills (2-1) host the Dolphins (3-0) (CBS, Oct. 1 @ 1:00 PM). Miami became the first team in NFL history to score 70 points and total over 700 yard of offense in its 70-20 victory over Denver in Week 3. Buffalo ousted Miami from the wild-card round last season.

The Ravens and Browns renew hostilities (CBS, Oct. 1 @ 1:00 PM). The clubs split a pair of meetings in both 2021 and 2022. Cleveland is 2-1 while holding opponents to six total points in the wins. Baltimore is also 2-1 after suffering an overtime loss to Indianapolis.

The following is the complete Week 4 NFL regular season schedule, including dates, start times (in Eastern), TV networks and scheduled announcers.

Thursday, Sep. 28, 2023 @ 8:20 p.m.

Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers (Prime Video)
Prime: Al Michaels (play-by-play), Kirk Herbstreit (analyst), Kaylee Hartung (reporter)
SAP: Miguel Gurwitz (play-by-play), Rolando Cantú (analyst))

Detroit (2-1) has won three-straight meetings, including a 20-16 victory last season behind two rushing touchdowns from Jamaal Williams; Green Bay (2-1) beat New Orleans last week, 18-17, as Jordan Love threw for 259 yards and a touchdown.

Sunday, Oct. 1, 2023 @ 9:30 a.m.

Atlanta Falcons vs. Jacksonville Jaguars Wembley Stadium in London England (ESPN+/Disney+)
ESPN+: Chris Fowler (play-by-play), Dan Orlovsky (analyst), Louis Riddick (analyst), Laura Rutledge (reporter)
Disney+: Drew Carter (play-by-play), Booger McFarland (analyst), 12-year old Pepper Persley (reporter)

The Jaguars make their annual pilgrimage to London as the Falcons provide the opposition. Jacksonville is 4-5 in England, while Atlanta is 1-1. Calvin Ridley, a first-round choice by the Falcons in 2018, was dealt to the Jags on Nov. 1, 2022.

Sunday, Oct. 1, 2023 @ 1:00 p.m.

Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills (CBS)
Announcers: Jim Nantz (play-by-play), Tony Romo (analyst), Tracy Wolfson (reporter)
Miami (3-0) comes off a record-setting 70-20 win over Denver behind Tua Tagovailoa and De’Von Achane; Buffalo (2-1) won two straight since losing to the Jets, 22-16, in overtime, and won nine of its last 10 meetings with the Dolphins.

Minnesota Vikings at Carolina Panthers (Fox)
Announcers: Alex Faust (play-by-play), Brady Quinn (analyst), Megan Olivi (reporter)
Minnesota (0-3) visits a familiar face when it faces Carolina (0-3). Adam Thielen caught 55 touchdown passes over nine seasons for the Vikings before signing a deal with the Panthers in March. Thielen made 11 grabs for 145 yards and a TD in Week 3.

Minnesota (0-3) lost its first three games by six or fewer points, but won four of its last five meetings with the Panthers after a 34-28 OT win in 2021; Carolina (0-1) comes off a 37-27 loss to Seattle despite 361 passing yards from Andy Dalton.

Denver Broncos at Chicago Bears (CBS)
Announcers: Andrew Catalon (play-by-play), Matt Ryan (analyst), Tiki Barber (analyst), AJ Ross (reporter)
The Broncos (0-3) visit the Windy City for the first time since 2015 to battle the Bears (0-3). The Broncos took that contest 17-15. Denver was on the wrong end of a blowout loss to Miami in Week 3, while Chicago fared no better versus Kansas City.

Denver (0-3) comes off a 70-20 loss to Miami, giving up 726 total yards of offense; Chicago (0-3) dropped its first three games by at least 10 points after a 41-10 loss to Kansas City as Patrick Mahomes threw for three touchdowns.

Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns (CBS)
Announcers: Ian Eagle (play-by-play), Charles Davis (analyst), Evan Washburn (reporter)
Baltimore (2-1) had its undefeated start ended by Indianapolis, 22-19, in OT despite 303 total yards from Lamar Jackson; Cleveland (2-1) rebounded from a loss to Pittsburgh with a 27-3 win over Tennessee, and won the last two home meetings.

Pittsburgh Steelers at Houston Texans (CBS)
Announcers: Spero Dedes (play-by-play), Adam Archuleta (analyst), Amanda Renner (reporter)
The Texans (1-2) host the Steelers (2-1). C.J. Stroud (HOU) is the first quarterback in NFL history to pass for at least 900 yards and four TDs with no interceptions through his first three starts. Pittsburgh dumped Las Vegas in prime time in Week 3.

Los Angeles Rams at Indianapolis Colts (Fox)
Announcers: Kenny Albert (play-by-play), Jonathan Vilma (analyst), Shannon Spake (reporter)
The Colts come home to play the Rams. Indianapolis running back Zack Moss totaled 145 yards from scrimmage and found the end zone in a 22-19 victory over Baltimore in Week 3. Los Angeles fell short against Cincinnati to close out the week.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints (Fox)
Announcers: Joe Davis (play-by-play), Daryl Johnston (analyst), Pam Oliver (reporter)
The Saints (2-1) try to get back to their winning ways against the Buccaneers (2-1) in this meeting. Last season, Tampa Bay swept both regular-season meetings from New Orleans for the first time since 2007. New Orleans is 1-0 at home to start 2023.

Tampa Bay (2-1) had its unbeaten start ended by Philadelphia, 25-11, but won both meetings with the Saints last season after losing seven of the previous eight; New Orleans (2-1) blew a 17-point lead in the fourth quarter to lose to Green Bay, 18-17.

Washington Commanders at Philadelphia Eagles (Fox)
Announcers: Chris Myers (play-by-play), Robert Smith (analyst), Jennifer Hale (reporter)
The Eagles (3-0) host the Commanders (2-1). D’Andre Swift cracked 100 yards rushing for a second straight week as Philadelphia rolled past Tampa Bay in Week 3. Washington prevailed 32-21 in the last meeting with Philadelphia in Week 10 of 2022.

Washington (2-1) had its undefeated start ended by Buffalo, 37-3, but beat the Eagles on the road last season, 32-21, behind Brian Robinson Jr.; Philadelphia (3-0) remained unbeaten with a 25-11 win over Tampa Bay behind D’Andre Swift and A.J. Brown.

Cincinnati Bengals at Tennessee Titans (Fox)
Announcers: Adam Amin (play-by-play), Mark Schlereth (analyst), Kristina Pink (reporter)
The Titans (1-2) return home to battle the Bengals (1-2). Cincinnati has won three straight meetings with Tennessee. Ja’Marr Chase had 12 receptions for 141 yards in the Bengals’ first victory of the season, a 19-16 triumph over the Rams on Sept. 25.

Cincinnati (1-2) ended its winless start with a 19-16 win over the Rams, and won its last three meetings with the Titans after a 20-16 win last season; Tennessee (1-2) comes off a 27-3 loss to Cleveland after being held to only 94 yards of offense.

Sunday, Oct. 1, 2023 @ 4:05 p.m.

Las Vegas Raiders at Los Angeles Chargers (CBS)
Announcers: Kevin Harlan (play-by-play), Trent Green (analyst), Melanie Collins (reporter)
The Chargers (1-2) host the AFC West rival Raiders (1-2). The clubs have split the last three season series. Los Angeles comes off a nail-biting 28-24 triumph at Minnesota after dropping its first two games of 2023 by a combined five points.

Sunday, Oct. 1, 2023 @ 4:25 p.m.

New England Patriots at Dallas Cowboys (Fox)
Announcers: Kevin Burkhardt (play-by-play), Greg Olsen (analyst), Erin Andrews (reporter), Tom Rinaldi (reporter)
Ezekiel Elliott returns to Texas as his Patriots face the Cowboys. Elliott rang up 10,598 yards from scrimmage and 80 TDs in seven seasons for Dallas before the running back was released in March. New England beat the New York Jets 15-10 in Week 3.

Arizona Cardinals at San Francisco 49ers (Fox)
Announcers: Kevin Kugler (play-by-play), Mark Sanchez (analyst), Laura Okmin (reporter)
San Francisco tries to keep rolling in this divisional battle against Arizona. The 49ers have scored 30 points in each one of their 2023 victories. The Cardinals snagged their first win of the season with a 28-16 upset of the Cowboys in Week 3.

Sunday, Oct. 1, 2023 @ 8:20 p.m.

Kansas City Chiefs at New York Jets (NBC/Peacock/Universo)
NBC/Peacock: Mike Tirico (play-by-play), Cris Collinsworth (analyst), Melissa Stark (reporter)
Universo: Miguel Gurwitz (play-by-play), Rolando Cantú (analyst), Ariana Figuera (reporter)

The Jets host the Chiefs. Patrick Mahomes became the fastest quarterback to 25,000 career passing yards, but tweaked his ankle in Kansas City’s 41-10 rout of Chicago in Week 3. Travis Kelce (KC) dazzled his date with 69 receiving yards and a score.

Kansas City (2-1) won two straight after a 41-10 win over Chicago behind three passing touchdowns from Patrick Mahomes, and won three of the last four meetings; New York (1-2) dropped two straight since opening with a 22-16 overtime win over Buffalo.

Monday, Oct. 2, 2023 @ 8:15 p.m.

Seattle Seahawks at New York Giants (ABC/ESPN & ESPN2)
ABC/ESPN: Joe Buck (play-by-play), Troy Aikman (analyst), Lisa Salters (reporter)
ESPN2: Peyton Manning, Eli Manning

The Giants (1-2) hope to have Saquon Barkley back for their Monday Night meeting with the Seahawks (2-1). Barkley missed New York’s loss in Week 3 (ankle). Seattle has scored 37 points in each of its last two games in wins over Detroit and Carolina.

Seattle (2-1) won two straight since its loss to the Rams, and won five of its last six meetings with the Giants after a 27-13 win last season; New York (1-2) come off a 30-12 loss to San Francisco, managing only 150 yards of offense.