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NFL Week 5 TV coverage maps: What NFL games are on TV in your area?

See what games are on where.

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

It is Week 5 in the NFL. There are some good matchups today as always. But what games will be on TV? Unless you have NFL Sunday Ticket, you are limited in what you can see.

Everyone in the country can see Sunday Night Football on NBC between the Cincinnati Bengals and the New England Patriots.

What about the day games? This week, CBS gets two broadcasts and FOX gets one.

Here are the games and locations for their broadcasts, as noted by 506 Sports.

CBS Early games:

Due to NFL rules, there will be no CBS early game broadcast in New Orleans, Charlotte, Philadelphia or New York City.

Browns/Titans will be broadcast in all of Tennessee, most of Kentucky (border area with Indiana), most of Ohio, the northern border are of Mississippi. the north border of Alabama, as well as some border areas of Indiana, Virgiinia, Georgia, Indiana and Missouri.

Jaguars/Steelers will air in Florida from Orlando and on north, the sourthern and coastal borders of Georgia, almost all Pennsylvania, almost all West Virgninia and in small parts in the borders of Kentucky, Ohio, New York and Virginia.

Ravens/Colts will be in TV in Fort Myers (Florida), Maryland, DC, coastal North Carolina, eastern Virginia, a small part of West Virginia, Maine, Vermont, Delaware, eastern Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Indiana, a border area of Kentucky, Illinois (excluding the south border) and the eastern border of Missouri. It will also be on in almost all of Colorado, as well as parts of Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas and Oklahoma.

Everywhere else, including the Arizona market, will see Texans/Cowboys.

CBS late games:

No game will be broadcast in most of Colorado and parts of Nebraska and Wyoming.

Jets/Chargers will be on the air in Southern California, in Yuma and the northeast corner of Arizona, almost all New Mexico, parts of Colorado and Wyoming, the Northeastern States, Florida, border areas of Georgia and Alabama, in most of West Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky and Indiana. Plus, it will be on in small areas along the borders of Mississippi, Arkansas and Illinois.

The rest of the country will get Chiefs/49ers.

FOX single game:

Falcons/Giants is on in the northeast from Maine to most of New York, the nation's capitol and surrounding areas of Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. It is on in South Beach, all of Georgia except the southern border, almost all Alabama, the areas surrounding Memphis, parts of Tennessee, South Carolina and Kentucky, and it is on in San Francisco and San Diego.

Bucs/Saints will air in the area in and around Chesapeake, all of Louisiana, in Florida excluding South Beach and Jacksonville, most of Mississippi, borders in Texas, Arkansas and Alabama.

Bills/Lions will be limited to Michigan, Toledo, the areas around Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse, and also along part of the north border of Pennsylvania.

Rams/Eagles will be broadcast much of Pennsylvania, parts of Ohio and West Virginia, in most of Missouri and in border areas in Illinois, Kentucky, Arkansas and Kansas.

Bears/Panthers is on TV in North Carolina, most of South Carolina, western Virginia, most of Kentucky, Ohio in Cincinnati and Dayton, Indiana outside of Indianapolis, Illinois excluding the southern part of the state, Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, most of South Dakota and in parts of Montana and Nebraska.

Everywhere else in the country will get FOX's Game of the Week -- Cardinals/Broncos.