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NFL Week 11 TV coverage map

Take a look at what games will be on where on Sunday.

Chris Graythen

Week 11 of the NFL is here and it is time to sit down and enjoy the games. Now, what games will be on TV where you live? That is what this post is for. Thanks to 506 Sports, we know. Here is the rundown.

There is one CBS game today and two games on FOX.

CBS game: CBS has five games on their list. The only late game is Chargers/Dolphins. Raiders/Texans will air in Northern California down to Bakersfield and San Bernadino, Western Nevada, most of Texas (excluding the Dallas and El Paso areas) and a few border areas outside of Texas.Jets/Bills will be on in New York City, Northern Pennsylvania, all the rest of the country in the Northeast and a small pocket in the west edge of both of the Carolinas. Browns/Bengals will air in Michigan, much of Kentucky, Ohio and Knoxville. The late game of Chargers/Dolphins will be Eugene, Southern California, Arizona (excluding the Four Corners area), Eastern Nevada, Utah, almost all of Colorado, bits of Wyoming, almost all of Kansas, much of Missouri and a small part of Nebraska. The rest of the country gets Ravens/Bears.

FOX Early game: According to NFL rules, Chicago, Buffalo, Cincinnati and Houston have no early FOX game. Cardinals/Jaguars will air in Arizona, the area in California near Yuma and the Jacksonville area. Falcons/Buccaneers will be on in New Orleans, most of Alabama, all of Georgia (excluding an small part considered the area around Jacksonville), the area around Columbia, the Florida panhandle and also the area south of Jacksonville until the Miami area. Lions/Steelers will air in Western Pennsylvania, almost all of West Virginia, Ohio (excluding Cincinnati), the surrounding area of Louisville, Michigan, most of Illinois, all of Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, the Dakotas, most of Nebraska and very small areas of Wyoming and Montana. The rest of the country will see Redskins/Eagles.

FOX late game: No game will air in Miami. Vikings/Seahawks will air in Washington, much of Oregon, much of Idaho, all of Montana, the Dakotas, Minnesota and small parts of Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska and Wyoming. Packers and Giants will be on TV in almost all of Wisconsin, almost all of Michigan, almost all of Iowa, a small corner of Missouri, the northern edge of Indiana and a small area of Ohio. It also will be on in the Northeast except Boston and eastern Maine. The rest of the country gets 49ers/Saints.