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NFL Week 14 TV coverage maps

See what games will be on in what areas.

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Week 14 of the NFL is here. There are a selection of games to watch today. The big one that will be on in everybody's home is the Sunday Night Football game between the Chargers and Patriots. That is sure to be a good one.

As for the regional games, CBS gets a single game and FOX gets two broadcasts. Here is the coverage, per 506 Sports.

CBS single game:

Ravens/Dolphins will be broadcast in most of Florida (not in the Tampa or Jacksonville markets), southern Alabama, southern Georgia, the Boston TV market, DC, almost all Maryland, in Pennsylvania in and around Harrisburg and in northern Virginia.

Jets/Vikings will be airing in New York City and New Jersey, as well as in Hartford and part of Massachusetts. It will also be on in most of Michigan, a small part of Indiana, most of Illinois, eastern Iowa, all of Wisconsin, all of Minnesota, all of North Dakota, most of South Dakota and some small border areas of Nebraska and Montana.

Texans/Jaguars will air in Texas (excluding in and around the Dallas/Fort Worth area), Shreveport, southwest corner of Arkansas, some parts of the Oklahoma border, some border areas in New Mexico, as well as in and around Jacksonville in Florida and in coastal Georgia.

Bills/Broncos is one of the late games. It will air in Tampa Bay, Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Charlotte, most of Tennessee and bordering areas in Georgia and Kentucky, in upstate New York, in Cleveland, in Eastern Michigan, Indianapolis, the north border of Pennsylvania, most of Montana, most of Idaho, all of Wyoming, all of Colorado, the western border of South Dakota and Nebraska, all of Utah, the east border of Oregon, most of New Mexico, San Diego, the northeast corner of Arizona, and north east Nevada.

Chiefs/Cardinals, the other late game, will air in Arizona, between San Diego and Yuma, in western Nevada and some border area in California, in Eugene, in most of Oklahoma, in the north border of Arkansas, in the west border of Kentucky, all Kansas, all Missouri, the southwest border of Illinois, most of Iowa and most of Nebraska.

The rest of the country will see Steelers/Bengals.

FOX Early game:

No game will air in the Jacksonville area, in Miami, in Cincinnati or most of Minnesota.

Rams/Redskins will be broadcast in and around Abilene, in most of Maryland, in DC, in almost all Virginia, in the east border of West Virginia, as well as in most of Missouri, most of Illinois and border areas in Iowa, Kansas, Arkansas and Kentucky.

Giants/Titans will be on TV in Tennessee and in bordering areas of Kentucky, Virginia, Georgia, Alabama and Arkansas. It will also be on in much of the Northeast. It is on in most of New York State, in the east half of Pennsylvania, in Connecticut, much of Maine and in Delaware and Vermont.

Buccaneers/Lions will be on in most of Florida (not in Miami, Jacksonville or West Palm Beach), in the Dakotas, in parts of Nebraska, parts of Wyoming, parts of Montana, in Minnesota where games will be on, in mot of Iowa, in northern Illinois, in Toledo, all of Michigan and most of Wisconsin.

Panthers/Saints is on in the South. It covers the eastern border of Texas, most of Arkansas, all Louisiana, almost all Mississippi and Alabama, almost all Georgia and in the Carolinas.

The rest of the country, including Arizona, will get Colts/Browns.

FOX late game:

There will be no game on in most of Arizona, most of Denver and in parts if Wyoming and Nebraska.

49ers/Raiders will air in all Northern California starting in Santa Barbara and Bakersfield. It is also on in southern Oregon and western Nevada.

The rest of the country gets to see Seahawks/Eagles.