The Denver Broncos (10-2) will host the Tennessee Titans (5-7) this weekend. Courtesy of 506Sports.com, we have a handy-dandy broadcast map to let you know if the game will be televised on your local CBS stations.
If you are in the RED, you will get this weekend's game. If you are not in the red, you can always go with DirecTV or a sports bar.
Broncos will be broadcast by a network's No. 1 crew for the 12th time in 13 games on Sunday w/CBS' duo of Nantz/Simms calling Titans game.— Patrick Smyth (@psmyth12) December 4, 2013
The Broncos are coming off a 35-28 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs and can clinch a playoff berth with a win this weekend. Tennessee meanwhile has been all but eliminated from the playoff hunt following their 22-14 loss to the Indianapolis Colts last week.
The Titans, of course, were among the teams that pursued quarterback Peyton Manning when he hit the open market two summers ago. Tennessee owner Bud Adams stated at the time that he had offered Manning a "contract for life," but Peyton ultimately chose Denver.
According to reports, the Titans were willing to pay Manning $7 million more per season than the contract he signed with Denver ($25M/year vs. $18M/year). Clearly, it wasn't about the money for Manning.
"Honestly, I thought we were going to get him," Titans general manager Ruston Webster told USA Today Sportsearlier in the week. "I thought we had a great chance to get him. I know we'd done everything we could do."
Since arriving in Denver, Manning has won 23-of-28 regular season games, going undefeated (10-0) in division play while throwing 78 touchdowns. On Sunday, Tennessee will have to face the player they so desperately wanted to sign.
Kickoff is scheduled for 2:05 p.m. MT. Denver is 14-21-1 against the Titans all-time.