Arizona Cardinals fans will be waiting patiently for the game that starts at 4:25 Eastern. However, that game will not be widely broadcast, unless you have NFL Season Ticket.
What games will be aired where? We have that information here.
There are two FOX games and one CBS game.
CBS: For the CBS game, there are two late games. One is Steelers/Raiders, which will air in Northern California and up into Oregon until Eugene and also in Western Las Vegas. It will also air in Dallas, in and around Detroit, Pennsylvania and Ohio. The other late game is Jets/Bengals, which will air in the southern tip of Texas, Jacksonville, Kentucky, Ohio and New York. Browns/Chiefs will be on in Cleveland and Northern Ohio, D.C., San Diego, a small area in Central Nevada, Colorado, most of Wyoming, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, most of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri and Iowa. Bills/Saints will air in upstate New York, Charlotte, and the South from Houston, heading east through Eastern Texas, all of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia. The rest of the country, including Arizona, will get Dolphins/Patriots.
FOX Early: In Kansas City, New Orleans and Boston, there will be no game airing due to NFL rules. In Northern California, part of Oregon, Utah, much of Nevada, the northern border of Florida (from Tallahassee to Jacksonville) and the southern border of Georgia will get the London game -- 49ers/Jaguars. In Miami, Myrtle Beach and all the Northeast, Giants/Eagles will be on TV. The rest of the country will get Cowboys/Lions, which is what will be on opposite Miami/New England in Arizona.
FOX late: No game will air in San Francisco or Cincinnati. Falcons/Cardinals will air in Arizona, Georgia, Alabama and a little bit of Florida and North Carolina. The rest of the country will see Redskins/Broncos.