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NFL schedule 2012: Week 4 TV coverage maps for Denver

The games broadcast in the Denver area feature some of the biggest matchups of the weekend, including a divisional clash between historic rivals the Broncos and the Raiders.

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Week 4 of the 2012 NFL Season continues on Sunday, highlighted by a rivalry game in the AFC West when the Oakland Raiders visit the Denver Broncos, who look to bounce back in their fourth game of the season.

Here are the games available on TV in the Denver area and the commentators who will call each:

NFL on Fox early Game: The San Francisco 49ers will visit the New York Jets at 11 a.m. MST in a battle of two teams with Super Bowl aspirations. The Niners are coming off a disappointing loss to the Minnesota Vikings, while the Jets survived a scare at Miami in overtime. One of these two teams will be 2-2 at the end of this contest. Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston and Tony Siragusa will bring you the action.

NFL on CBS: The Raiders visit the Broncos at 2:05 p.m. MST in an AFC West contest featuring two teams coming off close games with different results. The Raiders are riding high after upsetting the Pittsburgh Steelers for their first win of the season. The Broncos dropped their second consecutive game as they tried yet again to rally in the fourth quarter behind Peyton Manning, but were unable to do so. Jim Nantz and Phil Simms will be on the call.

NFL on Fox late Game: The New Orleans Saints will visit the Green Bay Packers at 2:25 p.m. MST in a must-see game following the Monday Night Football debacle that was seemingly the final straw in the lockout of the referees. The Packers lost a game they should have won due to a botched end of game call and the Saints have the privilege of being the first team the Packers play since that dreadful night. The Saints (0-3) aren't playing well and this could set up for an interesting game dynamic.

Sunday Night Football: The Philadelphia Eagles will host their NFC East division rival New York Giants at 6:20 p.m. MST. The Eagles are coming off an embarrassing loss and are in the midst of a possible quarterback controversy with Michael Vick seemingly playing for his job due to too many turnovers. The Giants are coming off a 36-7 destruction of the Carolina Panthers and aren't exactly the team the Eagles want to see in order to right the ship. The usual tandem of Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth will announce the game.