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The nation gets two CBS and one FOX game.

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Week 10 has come around and the nation gets two CBS games and one FOX games. What games will you get where you live? Certainly you could look at your TV listings, but then you wouldn't know what games are showing elsewhere.

Here is the rundown, thanks to 506 Sports.

CBS early game: In Green Bay, Chicago, Indianapolis and Atlanta, no game will air -- this due to NFL rules. In the Cleveland area of Ohio, northern West Virginia, Pennsylvania except the Philadelphia area and in New York from Buffalo to Syracuse, the Bills/Steelers game will air. In Yuma (Arizona), all of California, western Nevada, the southwest corner of Oregon, the southern border of Oklahoma, the Dallas and Weatherford areas of Texas, Philadelphia, eastern New York, Vermont, western Massachusetts and most of Rhode Island they will see the Raiders/Giants game. Jaguars/Titans will air in Florida from Orlando to Jacksonville, the coastal are of Georgia, Tennessee, the northern border of Alabama, the eastern border of Arkansas, the southeastern corner of Missouri and parts of Kentucky. The rest of the country will see Bengals/Ravens.

CBS late game: In Arizona (excluding Yuma), Texas (not Dallas or the northern part of the state) and Shreveport the Texans/Cardinals game will be on. The rest of the nation will see Broncos/Chargers.

FOX: In the Pacific Northwest, the Florida panhandle, Georgia, Alabama, the Knoxville area of Tennesse and the eastern border of Mississippi they will see Seahawks/Falcons. In Arizona (excluding the Four Corners area), San Diego, the middle of Florida, Mobile, western Mississippi, most of Nebraska, all of Michigan, Ohio in Toledo, Indiana in South Bend, the Cedar Rapids are of Iowa and Illinois from Springfield and on north, they will see Lions/Bears. Rams/Colts will air in Boston, the Dayton area of Ohio, all but the northern border of Indiana, western Kentucky, southern Illinois, all of Missouri, almost all of Kansas, the Tulsa area of Oklahoma, almost all of Colorado and parts of Nebraska and Wyoming. Panthers/49ers (a late game) will air in California, Nevada, Utah, parts of Wyoming, Louisiana (except in Shreveport), the Nashville area of Tennessee, in Jacksonville, the Carolinas, parts of Kentucky, most of Ohio, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Buffalo, New York City and Albany. The rest of the country gets Eagles/Packers.

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