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NFL Week 14 TV coverage maps

A look at what games will air on TV in different places in the country.

John Geliebter-USA TODAY Sports

It is Week 14 in the NFL. There are some good games to watch. One of the best will be on for everyone on Sunday Night Football -- Panthers/Saints. But what about the games on during the day?

So you know what games will be on where you live, here is the list of games for each area, as shown on 506 Sports.

There are two FOX games on and one CBS game.

FOX early games: Due to NFL rules, there will be no FOX early game aired in Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, New York City, Boston and Tampa Bay. Vikings/Ravens will air in the nation's capitol, in Maryland, Minnesota, the Dakotas, Eastern Montana and areas bordering Minnesota in Wisconsin and Iowa. Falcons/Packers will air in Georgia, the northern border of Florida, almost all of Alabama, Tennessee around Knoxville, South Carolina around Columbia, North Carolina in Greensville, Indiana in Evansville, Wisconsin, most of Iowa and Northern Illinois. The rest of the country gets Lions/Eagles (that is what will be on TV in Arizona).

FOX late games: There will be no game on in most of Colorado and in parts of Wyoming and Nebraska. Rams/Cardinals will air in Arizona except in the northeast corner of the state, California between San Diego and Yuma, most of Southern Illinois, Missouri not around Kansas City and areas bordering Missouri in Kansas, Arkansas and Tennessee. Cowboys/Chargers will air in San Diego, Dallas, almost all of Kansas, Missouri in the Kansas City area, some areas in Colorado, Miami, Eastern Pennsylvania, New York and the rest of the Northeast except for the area surrounding Boston and the northeast section of Maine. The rest of the country will see Seahawks/49ers.

CBS: Raiders/Jets will air in the area around Yuma in Arizona and California, all of California north of Bakersfield, Western Nevada, southern Oregon, New York City and Eastern New York. Bills/Bucs will air in Tampa Bay, Western New York and the north border area of Pennsylvania. Chiefs/Redskins will air in southern California, Virginia, North Carolina in Greensville, Iowa, almost all of Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma except the Panhandle, almost all of Arkansas, Texas from Dallas to Austin and Abilene, and the western border of Illinois. Dolphins/Steelers will air in Arizona except the southern border, the western and southern borders of Texas, Louisiana, the bordering areas to Louisiana in Texas and Arkansas, the southern 3/4 of Mississippi, the southern half of Alabama, Florida except for Tampa Bay, Georgia except for Atlanta, South Carolina except the East Coast, North Carolina outside of Raleigh and Greensville, West Virginia and the border areas around it and Pennsylvania except the northern border by New York. Colts/Bengals will air in Washington, most of Oregon, northern Idaho, the Las Vegas area, southern Arizona, Indiana, the eastern half of Illinois, the western half of Michigan, most of Ohio, most of Kentucky, North Carolina around Raleigh and the eastern coast of South Carolina. Browns/Patriots will air in Ohio in Cleveland and Toledo, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Maine. The rest of the country will watch the Titans/Broncos late game.