It is time again for football games. In Week 9 of the 2014 NFL season, the one game everyone in the country will get to see is one of the best rivalries in the game -- Ravens and Steelers -- on Sunday Night Football on NBC.
But what about the rest of the games earlier in the day if you don't have the NFL Sunday Ticket package?
As we do every week for you, here are the games and places they are on, as documented on 506 Sports.
This week, FOX gets one single game and CBS gets two games to broadcast.
FOX single game:
Eagles/Texans: This game isn't on in a ton of places. It will air in the Houston area, in the Myrtle Beach area, in most of Indiana and almost all Pennsylvania.
Buccaneers/Browns: This game will air in most of Florida, from the panhandle down through Tampa (excluding Jacksonville). It will also be on the air along the southern border of Georgia, the most western part of Pennsylvania, almost all of Ohio and border areas in Kentucky and West Virginia.
Rams/49ers, a late game, will air in Cincinnati, most of Missouri, most of Illinois and in border areas in Kansas, Arkansas and Kentucky. It will also air in San Diego, in northern California, western Nevada and some of southern Oregon.
Redskins/Vikings will be broadcast in Maryland, DC, Virginia, parts of West Virginia and in North Carolina around Raleigh. It will also be on in Minnesota, western Wisconsin, the Dakotas and in parts of Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, Iowa and Illinois.
The rest of the country will get to see Cardinals/Cowboys.
CBS early games:
No game will air in the Dallas area, the Houston area, the Cleveland area in most of Minnesota and in some of the bordering areas in Wisconsin.
Jaguars/Bengals will be on TV in Florida from Jacksonville tot Orlando. It will also air in most of Maryland and DC. It also airs in almost all West Virginia and Ohio, plus parts of Pennsylvania, Virginia, Kentucky and Indiana.
Jets/Chiefs can be seen in most of New York, in New Jersey and parts of Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Delaware and Vermont. It will also be on in all of Iowa, Missouri and Kansas. It will air in most of Oklahoma, Nebraska and South Dakota and in parts of Arkansas, Minnesota, Illinois and Kentucky.
The rest of the country will see the Chargers/Dolphins game.
CBS late games:
There are only two.
Raiders/Seahawks will be on in Yuma and the area from Yuma to San Diego. It will be on in all Northern California, most of Oregon, all of Washington and in parts of Idaho and Montana.