Lions get an interesting broadcast crew for Week 5 vs. Patriots




 

The Detroit Lions will see a familiar foe on the New England sideline on Sunday. Fans watching the broadcast at home will hear some familiar voices calling the action, too.

For the second time in four weeks, the FOX Sports crew of Kenny Albert, Jonathan Vilma and Shannon Spake will have the national broadcast call for the Lions game. That crew also was on the mic for Detroit's lone win in this season, the Week 2 triumph over the Washington Commanders. Albert was also on the mic for last season's upset win over the Arizona Cardinals.

This Lions matchup against former coach Matt Patricia, now New England's offensive play-caller, won't have wide network distribution. If you live in a green market on the map below (courtesy 506 sports), the game will be on your local FOX affiliate.

 

Story originally appeared on Lions Wire

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