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NFL Week 12 TV coverage map

A look at what games will air in what parts of the country.

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It is time once again to look at the Week 12 matchups. More importantly, what Week 12 games will be on TV? While you can find out what games will air where you live, perhaps you want to know what games are on TV elsewhere.

That's where we come in. Thanks to 506 Sports, here are what games are on in the different places around the country.

There are two FOX games and one CBS game slated.

FOX Early game: Four areas will not have any early game on FOX -- Houston, Kansas City, Baltimore and Cleveland. Bucs/Lions will be shown in Michigan, Ohio in Toledo and then in Florida in and around Tampa and Orlando. Bears/Rams will be on TV in all of Illinois, Indiana (excluding the border area that is near Cincinnati), Westernb Kentucky, the area surrounding Charleston, Missouri (except the Kansas City area) and some border areas of Iowa, Arkansas, Tennessee and Ohio. Vikings/Packers will air in the northeast corner of California, in Colorado around Colorado Springs and the southeast corner, in Virginia in and around Richmond, Montana, the Dakotas, Minnesota, Wisconsin, almost all of Iowa, almost all of Nebraska and the northern border area of Kansas. The rest of the country will see Panthers/Dolphins.

FOX late game: This one is easy. In Arizona (except the southern border area), there is no game on FOX late. The rest of the country will see the Giants and Cowboys.

CBS: There are two late games for different areas. Colts/Cardinals will air in Arizona (excluding the Yuma and Four Corners areas), Utah, northeast Nevada, Tampa Bay, Miami, Charlotte, Louisville, St. Louis, Michigan, almost all Illinois, Wisconsin, Eastern North Dakota and all of Minnesota except near the southern border. The other late CBS game (Titans/Raiders) will be shown in California from Santa Barbara and on north, western Nevada, Tennessee and some border areas that cross the state lines. Jaguars/Texans will be on TV in the Eastern coast of Florida from Orlando to Jacksonville, the coastal area of Georgia, the areas around Shreveport and Texas,excluding El Paso, Dallas, Lubbock and Amarillo. Steelers/Browns will air in Ohio, almost all of Pennsylvania, West Virginia, eastern Kentucky and the western part of Virginia. Jets/Ravens will be on in Maine, Delawar, Vermont, New York, Rhode Island, Philadelphia, Maryland and most of Virginia, two areas of North Carolina, all of South Carolina, most of Georgia, parts of Florida, Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi. The rest get Chargers/Chiefs.