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NFL Schedule 2012: Week 4 TV coverage for Dallas

In addition to the already-completed Thursday night game, Dallas-area football fans will be treated to a solid slate of five NFL games in Week 4.

Dallas-area football fans have the opportunity to catch some good football in Week 4 of the NFL season, as the hometown Dallas Cowboys play on Monday night, while several teams expected to be in the playoff picture at season's end will be highlighted.

CBS early game: The undefeated Houston Texans host the Tennessee Titans, who of course used to call Houston home. Kickoff is scheduled for noon CT, with Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts on the call.

FOX early game: Looking to bounce back from a surprising loss to the Minnesota Vikings, the San Francisco 49ers travel east to take on the New York Jets at noon CT. Kenny Albert and former Cowboys great Daryl Johnston will be in the booth, with Tony Siragusa manning the sidelines.

FOX late game: The New Orleans Saints are still looking for their first win of 2012, and it won't come easy this week with a road game against the Green Bay Packers on the slate. Another Dallas legend, Troy Aikman, will be on the call for this one as well, along with Joe Buck. Kickoff is set for 3:25 p.m. CT, though some viewers in the Waco area may be able to see Robert Griffin III and the Redskins battle Tampa Bay. Chris Myers and Tim Ryan have the call for that game.

NBC Sunday night game: An NFC East rivalry will be in the national spotlight, as the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants square off in the City of Brotherly Love. As usual, Al Michaels and Chris Collinsworth will be in the broadcast booth.

ESPN Monday Night Football: The Dallas Cowboys host the Chicago Bears in a battle of playoff-caliber teams who are still trying to put together their first solid game since the opening week of the season. Mike Tirico and Jon Gruden will call the game, which kicks off at 7:30 p.m. CT from Cowboys Stadium.

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