Time for our weekly look at what games will be on TV in the Philadelphia area this weekend.

The headliner obviously is Eagles-Redskins, which was moved to a 4:15 p.m. kickoff in Washington. Fox's No. 1 announcing team of

Joe Buck

and

Troy Aikman

will have the call.

At 1 p.m. on CBS, most of us will get Steelers-Titans, a possible AFC championship preview, from Tennessee.

Jim Nantz

and

Phil Simms

are your announcers.

The other early game on TV will be Patriots-Cardinals on Fox, which will be called by

Kenny Albert

,

Daryl Johnston

and

Tony Siragusa

. Not sure this one will get much love on the tube unless you are playing in a fantasy championship.

The other games Eagles fans will have their eyes on are Bucs-Chargers at 1 p.m. and Falcons-Vikings at 4:15. Neither game will be televised here.

The Thursday night matchup this week is Colts-Jaguars on NFL Network.

And there's a Saturday night game, which should be a good one as the Ravens take on the Cowboys in the final game at Texas Stadium. This is also an NFL Network broadcast.

Sunday night, it's Panthers-Giants on NBC, with the No. 1 seed in the NFC at stake. And the Monday nighter is Bears-Packers