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NFL TV Schedule, Week 4: Seahawks and elite quarterbacks headline local TV offerings

TV listings and maps for NFL Week 4 in the Seattle area, featuring the Seahawks in divisional action as well as elite quarterback match-ups around the country.

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After last week's controversial finish, Week 4 has the Seattle Seahawks traveling to take on divisional opponent the St. Louis Rams. Highly anticipated match-ups around the country include the struggling Saints heading north to take on the angry Packers and the San Francisco 49ers visiting the New York Jets.

Let's take a look at the maps of which games Washington viewers can look forward to catching on TV this Sunday.

FOX Early Game: The 2-1 Seahawks head to St. Louis looking to build on two-straight victories. Rookie quarterback Russell Wilson has thrown a touchdown pass in every game of the season thus far. The Rams come in 1-2 after losing, 23-6, to the Chicago Bears last week. The game, from the Edward Jones Dome, kicks off at 10 p.m. PT. Ron Pitts will do the play-by-play while former Rams coach Mike Martz will have the commentary.

FOX Late Game: Most of the country, including all of Washington, will see a matchup of elite quarterbacks as Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints take on Aaron Rogers and the Green Bay Packers at 1:25 p.m. PT. Both teams have underperformed to start 2012, with New Orleans starting 0-3 and Green Bay 1-2 after losing at the last second last week. The tandem of Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will have the call from Lambeau Field.

CBS Late Game: Football fans in Washington will see if Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos can bounce back from two consecutive losses as they host the Oakland Raiders who are also 1-2. Oakland enters the game on a high note after winning last week, 34-31, over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Kickoff is scheduled for 1:05 p.m. PT from Sports Authority Field at Mile High with Jim Nantz and Phil Simms on the call.

NBC Sunday Night Football: The national Sunday night game is a clash of 2-1 teams as defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants take on the Philadelphia Eagles. The game kicks off at 5:20 p.m. PT from Lincoln Financial Field. The usual Sunday night crew of Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth will provide the commentary.