Three Week 13 games are in the books already with the Thanksgiving weekend. But what about the rest of the games? There are 10 games on Sunday that will be aired in various parts of the country. Of course, the Sunday night game will be the Broncos and Chiefs. That will be on NBC for everyone to see.
Here are the coverage maps, as shown by 506 Sports. FOX gets a single telecast and CBS gets two this week.
CBS early games
Four markets will get no broadcast -- Minneapolis, Indianapolis, Pittsburgh and Jacksonville.
Bengals/Bucs will be on in Florida (from outside Jacksonville and on down, excluding West Palm Beach and Miami), most of Ohio (Columbus, Cincinnati, Dayton), part of Kentucky and in indiana along the southeast border.
Titans/Texans will be aired in Texas (not in the Dallas/Fort Worth area), border areas in New Mexico and Okahoma, Shreveport, almost all Arkansas, northern Mississippi, almost all Tennessee, the north border of Alabama and Atlanta, in part of Kentucky and a blip of Illiniois.
Browns/Bills will be aired in Fort Wayne, Ohio (excluding Columbus, Dayton and Cincinnati). most of West Virginia, the east border of Kentucky, in West Palm Beach, most of upstate New York (from Buffalo to Albany) and the north border of Pennsylvania.
CBS late game
FOX single game
Cardinals/Falcons will be the only late game that will be on FOX, so it will show in a few areas. It will broadcast in Arizona (excluding the Four Corners area), northern California from Fresno on up, in San Diego, in almost all Oregon, in all of Washington, in northern Idaho and the northwest tip of Montana. It will also in almost all Georgia, in Birmingham and some border areas in Alabama, some of the southwest border of South Carolina and in some other individual markets around the country -- Houston, Tampa Bay, Pensacola, Tallahassee, Nashville, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Buffalo and Baltimore.
Panthers/Vikings will be on in much of the North. It will be on in the Dakotas and Minnesota, much of Montana, the north border of Wyoming, some of Nebraska, western Wisconsin, some of Michigan (Grand Rapids), most of Iowa, in Illinois (Quad Cities). Then it is on in North Carolina, a couple of small areas on the south border of Virginia and in almost all South Carolina.