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All Vikings games to be televised, but not all Packers games

Post-Bulletin, Rochester MN

Assuming there will be no blackouts because of a lack of a sellout, all 16 Minnesota Vikings games will be televised this season.

Eleven games will be on Fox, two on CBS, one on NBC Sunday Night Football and two on ESPN Monday Night Football, including Monday's opener (6 p.m.) at Green Bay.

This is not the case for the Green Bay Packers. As it stands, 12 of their games are scheduled to be shown locally. Four games are in conflict with the Vikings and will not air. These are Sept. 28, noon, Tampa Bay; Nov. 16, noon, Chicago; Dec. 14, noon, at Jacksonville and noon, Dec. 28, Detroit.

The Dec. 14 and Dec. 28 games can be moved to Sunday night on NBC, however, under the NFL's' flexible schedule.

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Vikings and Packers TV schedules:

MINNESOTA VIKINGS

Sept. 8 at Green Bay 6 p.m. ESPN

Sept. 14 Indianapolis noon CBS

Sept. 21 Carolina noon Fox

Sept. 28 at Tennessee noon Fox

Oct. 6 at New Orleans 7:30 p.m. ESPN

Oct. 12 Detroit noon Fox

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Oct. 19 at Chicago noon Fox

Oct. 26 Bye

Nov. 2 Houston noon CBS

Nov. 9 Green Bay noon Fox

Nov. 16 at Tampa Bay noon Fox

Nov. 23 at Jacksonville noon Fox

Nov. 30 Chicago 7:15 p.m. NBC

Dec. 7 at Detroit noon Fox

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Dec. 14 at Arizona 3:05 p.m. Fox

Dec. 21 Atlanta noon Fox

Dec. 28 New York Giants noon Fox

GREEN BAY PACKERS

Sept. 8 Minnesota 6 p.m. ESPN

Sept. 14 at Detroit noon Fox

Sept. 21 Dallas 7;15 p.m. NBC

Sept. 28 at Tampa Bay noon Fox

Oct. 5 Atlanta noon Fox

Oct. 12 at Seattle 3:15 p.m. Fox

Oct. 19 Indianapolis 3:15 p.m. CBS

Oct. 26 Bye

Nov. 2 at Tennessee noon Fox

Nov. 9 at Minnesota noon Fox

Nov. 16 Chicago noon Fox

Nov. 24 at New Orleans 7:30 p.m. ESPN

Nov. 30 Carolina noon Fox

Dec. 7 Houston noon CBS

Dec. 14 at Jacksonville noon Fox

Dec. 22 at Chicago 7:30 p.m. ESPN

Dec. 28 Detroit noon Fox

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