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NFL Week 15 TV coverage map

See what game are on where you are at.

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Week 15 is here and, if you are an Arizona Cardinals fans, you don't get to see your team because they played Thursday night. But there is plenty of football to be seen today. Let's see what games are on where, based on the information given by 506 Sports.

There are two FOX games and one CBS game for each market.

CBS Single game

Dolphins/Patriots will air in southern Florida and in the panhandle, in southern border areas of Alabama and Georgia, in Raleigh and part of North Carolina, in most of Oklahoma, in the Northeast states from New York (not in Buffalo or New York City) up to Maine, in Michigan, in the northwest border of Wisconsin, in almost all Minnesota, in eastern Nprtn Dakota, as well as in Washington, most of Oregon, the most northern part of Idaho, the northwest corner of Montana and the northern border of California.

Jaguars/Ravens is on TV along the Atlantic coast from Savannah down though Jacksonville and Orlando, and is also on in most of Maryland, in DC and in parts of Virginia and West Virginia.

Raiders/Chiefs can be seen in most of Northern California, in almost all Kansas, in the east border of Nebraska, in Iowa, in almost all Missouri, part of Arkansas and one small area on the west border of Illinois.

Steelers/Falcons can be seen in much of the South and along the coast. It will air in most of Louisiana, most of Mississippi, much of Alabama, almost all Georgia, almost all South Carolina, a small area in Tennessee, in the east and west of North Carolina, in most of both Virginias, in eastern Kentucky, and in almost all Ohio (not Cleveland or Cincinnati) and Pennsylvania.

A late game, Jets/Titans, will be on in a few areas. It will be seen in almost all Tennessee and in bordering areas in Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama and Kentucky. it will also air in New York City and in New Jersey.

The rest of the country will get to see the late game between the Broncos and Chargers. That is what will be on in the Phoenix area.

FOX early games:

No game will air in Kansas City, Indianapolis, Atlanta, Baltimore or Boston TV markets.

Buccaneers/Panthers will be on Baton Rouge and New Orleans, the southernmost part of Mississippi, in the middle of Florida, in part of Georgia, in all of both Carolinas and in small bordering areas in Virginia.

Redskins/Giants will be seen in Virginia, a border area of West Virginia, in parts of Maryland, in much of New York, part of Pennsylvania, in Connecticut, Rhode Island and the rest of the northeast, except for the most northern part of Maine.

Packers/Bills will be on in western NEw York, in Massachusetts outside of the Boston market, in and around Birmingham, in parts of Missouri, much of Kansas, in bordering areas in Kentucky and Arkansas, in much of Illinois, in northern Indiana, in most of Nebraska and border areas in Wyoming. It will broadcast in the entire states of Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Washington and Oregon. Then it wil be on in the northern California border, all but a small area of Idaho and in Arizona (excluding Yuma and Four Corners).

The rest of the country will get Bengals/Browns. Arizona misses out on Johnny Manziel.

FOX late games:

No game will air in Nashville.

Vikings/Lions will air in the North. It will be on in all of Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa and the Dakotas. It will also air in and around Louisville, South Bend and Toledo. It is on in northern Illinois, almost all Nebraska and in border areas of Montana, Wyoming, Kansas and Missouri.

The rest of the country gets Niners/Seahawks.