Week 8 is here, and fans get a bonus game.
CBS gets two games and FOX will get one normal games, but FOX also gets to broadcast the game in London nationally. Lions/Falcons will air on FOX at 9:30 AM Eastern time/6:30 AM Pacific time.
Sunday Night Football is also a national broadcast that everyone can see. Packers/Saints will be that game.
Let's look at the rest of the TV schedule, which comes from 506 Sports.
FOX single game:
Texans/Titans will be on in south Texas, all of Tennessee and border areas around it in Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Kentucky and Virginia. It is also airing in the Columbia, South Carolina market.
Vikings/Buccaneers will air in the Florida panhandle and around Orlando and Tampa Bay, in Minnesota and the Dakotas, as well as some parts of Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming and Montana.
Rams/Chiefs will be broadcast in almost all Kansas, almost all Missouri and much of Nebraska. It also will be on TV in the Tulsa area of Oklahoma and in some border areas in Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee and Arkansas.
Bears/Patriots will be on in in California in San Francisco, Sacramento and Bakersfield. It is also on in southern Nevada, part of Idaho, much of Wyoming, all of Colorado, the Four Corners area of Arizona, much of New Mexico and a small area in Nebraska. It is also airing in and around Wichita Falls in Texas (including part of Oklahoma), much of Arkansas, much of Louisiana, some of Mississippi (around Tupelo) part of Alabama, most of Georgia and in West Palm Beach. It will also air in much of Wisconsin, all of Michigan, most of Iowa, most of Illinois, almost all Indiana, some of Ohio, most of Kentucky and West Virginia, a small area in Virginia, the west border area of Pennsylvania, much of New York State and in Maine, Rhode Island, Delware, Vermont, Massachusetts and Connecticut.
The rest of the country will get Eagles/Cardinals as a late game.
CBS Early games:
No game will air in the areas in and around Kansas City, Nashville, Boston and Tampa Bay.
Dolphins/Jaguars will air in Florida, southern Georgia, the southeast corner of Alabama and a very small part of South Carolina.
Bills/Jets will be shown in New York, New Jersey, northern Pennsylvania and in the rest of the northeast excluding Maine.
Ravens/Bengals can be seen in Houston, Maine, much of Pennsylvania, all Maryland, most of Virginia, most of West Virginia, most of Tennessee, border areas in Mississippi, Arkansas and Georgia, most of Missouri, most of Iowa, most of Kansas, most of Nebraska, almost all Colorado and most of Wyoming. It is also on in a small part fo Illinois, almost all Indiana, all Ohio and most of Kentucky.
The rest of the country will get to see Seahawks/Panthers.
CBS Late games:
There will be no game airing in most of Arizona.
Raiders/Browns will air in Yuma and the area between Yuma and San Diego, in Northern California, in most of Oregon, part of Washington, in western Nevada, almost all Ohio and in small areas of Pennsylvania, Indiana and Michigan.