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NFL Week 17 TV coverage maps

What games will be on where you are at?

Brad Barr-USA TODAY Sports

With Week 17 now here, there are some big games, as playoff berths and division titles are on the line. There was no Thursday Night Football. There were no Saturday games. There is no Monday Night Football. There are 16 games on the docket and five games on for everyone in the country -- two on FOX, two on CBS and then, naturally, SUnday Night Football on NBC.

The Sunday Night Football matchup is Bengals/Steelers. Everyone gets that game.

Here is how the rest of the mappings shapes up, per 506 Sports.

Let's start with CBS.

CBS Early games

There are five games CBS has for the early slot.

Jets/Dolphins has the smallest geographic coverage. It will be on in south Florida -- in Miami, West Palm Beach and over to Ft. Myers. It will also be on the air in New York City, New Jersey, Scranton and in part of Connecticut.

Bills/Patriots has the Northeast -- from Maine all the way to upstate New York and the northern border of Pennsylvania, excluding the area covering Jets/Dolphins.

Browns/Ravens will air in most of Pennsylvania (no Philly and not in the north border that gets Bills/Pats, Ohio, Maryland, DC, West Virginia, almost all Virginia, a small area in the eastern border if Indianan and most of eastern Kentucky. It will also air in the Columbia, SC market.

Colts/Titans can be seen in almost all Indiana, the very southwest corner of Michigan, eastern Illinois from Peoria and Springfield to the border, most of western Kentucky, part of the most western part of Virginia, in almost all Tennessee and in bordering areas in Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia.

The rest of the country, including Arizona, gets Chargers/Chiefs.

CBS late games:

There are two games -- Raiders/Broncos and Panthers/Falcons.

Excluding almost all Arizona, almost all Washington and parts of Oregon, Idaho and Montana, Raiders/Broncos will broadcast on the West Coast, the Southwest, most of the North and the Midwest. Most of Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee are included.

Panthers/Falcons is on in most of Arizona and the area mentioned in the Pacific Northwest already. Then from most of Texas on through the South to the East Coast, all the way up to Maine and then wrapping around Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin and most of Minnesota.

FOX early games:

Saints/Buccaneers will air in most Louisiana (no Shreveport), a blip of the south border of Arkansas, southern Mississippi, the Florida panhandle, some of southwest Alabama, the southern border of Georgia and in and around Tampa Bay.

Jaguars/Texans will air in and around Houston and from Orlando to Jacksonville in Florida. It will also air in the southeast corner of Georgia.

Eagles/Giants is on in the eastern half of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York (not Buffalo), Vermont, part of Delaware and the western parts of Connecticut and Massachusetts.

Bears/Vikings can be seen in most of Montana, in parts of Wyoming and Nebraska. It is on in the Dakotas, Minnesota, almost all Iowa, parts of Michigan, most of Wisconsin (not in Green Bay), most of Illinois, parts of Missouri, in Louisville and in parts of Indiana.

The rest of the country gets the classic NFC East rivalry -- Cowboys/Redskins.

FOX late games:

Rams/Seahawks can be seen in eastern Missouri, western Illinois and the western border of Kentucky. It will also air in Washington, most of Oregon and Idaho, most of Montana and part of Wyoming.

Cardinals/49ers is going to air in most of Arizona, in the corridor from Yuma to outside San Diego, in most of Northern California, in western Nevada and part of southern Oregon.

The rest of the country, including Utah where I am currently staying (I'm using my SlingBox to watch the Cardinals game), will get Lions/Packers.