Philadelphia Eagles fans excited about their team's 7-1 start and pumped up after the Birds traded for Pro Bowl running back Jay Ajayi Tuesday may be disappointed when they turn on their TV Sunday.

The Eagles host the Denver Broncos 1 p.m. Sunday, a game that will be televised by the CBS network. But WHP Channel 21, a Harrisburg based CBS affiliate, will not carry the game.

Channel 21 will instead air the Baltimore Ravens-Tennessee Titans contest.

WHP is required by the NFL to carry Baltimore's away games when they are on CBS.

And since the time of the Ravens contest conflicts with the Eagles game, Philly fans are out of luck.

That means customers of Comcast Lancaster, the biggest cable provider in Lancaster County, will not be able to watch the game.

The game will televised by KYW Channel 3, the Philly CBS affiliate. The other Cable providers in Lancaster County -- Blue Ridge, Comcast Marietta, Comcast Lebanon and Comcast Coatesville -- all carry KYW.

The majority of Eagles games are on Fox since Philly is an NFC team. But when an AFC team, like the Broncos, visits an NFC team on Sunday afternoon, CBS carries the contest.

The Ravens schedule sometimes conflicts with Steelers games leaving the Pittsburgh backers annoyed when their team is bumped.

But this time, it is the Eagles fans who will be left clicking through the channels in vain while looking for their team.