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NFL Week 6 TV coverage map

See what games are on where you live.

Garrett Ellwood

It's Sunday! That means football. Do you know which games are on in your area? If you don't have NFL Sunday Ticket, you will only get certain games.

We do know that everyone will get to see the Giants and the Eagles play, as they will be the Sunday Night Football game on NBC.

What about the regional games early and late? We have the info thanks to 506 Sports.

This week, CBS gets one game and FOX gets two.

CBS single game:

Ravens/Bucs will be on TV in western Florida around Tampa Bay, Maryland, DC, northern Virginia and parts of southern Pennsylvania, including Harrisburg.

Jaguars/Titans will air in Florida around Jacksonville and Orlando, coastal Georgia, all of Tennessee, the north border of Alabama, the northern half of Mississippi and small border areas of Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky and Virginia.

Steelers/Browns will be broadcast in most of South Carolina and North Carolina (not including surrounding areas of Augusta, Georgia and Charlotte), most of Virginia, most of West Virginia, eastern Kentucky, Ohio (excluding Cincinnati), Fort Wayne and most of Pennsylvania (not Harrisburg or some of the north border near Buffalo.

Chargers/Raiders, a late game, will air in California, Yuma, western Nevada, southern Oregon, eastern North Dakota, almost all Minnesota, Wisconsin, eastern Michigan, Cincinnati, in and around Buffalo, in and around Charlotte and in and around Miami.

The rest of the country will get Broncos/Jets. This is the game that will be on in Arizona.

FOX early games:

No game will air in and around Tampa Bay, Nashville, Cleveland, New York City or New Jersey.

Lions/Vikings can be seen in Minnesota, the Dakotas, northwestern Wisconsin, most of Michigan, South Bend, in and around Louisville, in and around Toledo, most of Iowa and in parts of Nebraska, Wyoming and Montana.

Panthers/Bengals will air in and around New Orleans, most of Alabama, most of Georgia, all of South Carolina, almost all North Carolina, eastern Kentucky, much of Indiana, most of Ohio, most of West Virginia, western Pennsylvania (including Pittsburgh) and most of Maryland.

Patriots/Bills will be shown in and around Houston, all of Maine, Delaware, Vermont, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut,  most of New York State, northern Pennsylvania, the western border of Missouri, almost all Kansas, most of Nebraska, most of Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming and Idaho, all of Utah and Arizona and in parts of California (near Yuma), Oregon and Nevada.

The rest of the country will get Packers/Dolphins

FOX late games:

Redskins/Cardinals will be on TV in Arizona, a small part of California near Yuma, Maryland, DC, the eastern border of West Virginia, most of Virginia and part of North Carolina.

Bears/Falcons will be on in almost all Georgia, in Florida around Tallahassee, most of Alabama, parts of Kentucky and Tennessee, eastern North Dakota, almost all Minnesota and Iowa, small parts of Nebraska and Missouri, most of Indiana and Illinois, in Toledo and in all of Michigan and Wisconsin.

The rest of the country will get Cowboys/Seahawks.