We Cbus Browns fans don't have it easy. Since the Browns and Bengals both play in the AFC, their games are primarily shown on CBS. When the games are scheduled at the same time, the local CBS affiliate has to choose one of the games to air. Since the Browns are consistently awful, you can guess which team they choose to show more often.
Why can't the NFL just offer individual games streamed online in HD? Why is this so difficult? I will pay cash money for this service. Right now I have to resort to *ahem* TOTALLY LEGAL free streams to watch, in awful quality, with irritating popups and constant lag. Going to the bar is out of the question... I'm an electrical engineering student and need to do homework on Sundays; beer and differential equations do not mix.
Here are the schedule conflicts for this season.
Week 3 - 9/23 - Bills @ Browns / Bengals @ Redskins (1PM)
Week 5 - 10/7 - Browns @ Giants / Dolphins @ Bengals (1PM)
Week 9 - 11/4 - Ravens @ Browns / Broncos @ Bengals (1PM)
Week 11 - 11/18 - Browns @ Cowboys / Bengals @ Chiefs (1PM)
Week 12 - 11/25 - Steelers @ Browns / Raiders @ Bengals (1PM)
Week 13 - 12/2 - Browns @ Raiders / Bengals @ Chargers (4:25PM)
Week 17 - 12/30 - Browns @ Steelers / Ravens @ Bengals (1PM)
If I had to guess, I'd say they would air weeks 5, 11, and 12 for the Browns. Does anyone know how to find out which game they will air ahead of time?