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NFL Week 2 TV coverage map: What games will air in your area?

Find out what games will be on in your area.

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

NFL Week 2 is here. There are 13 games on before Sunday Night Football. Everyone will get 49ers/Bears on NBC. But what about the other 12 Sunday games?

Using 506 Sports, this is where each game will air:

CBS Early:

Due to NFL rules, no game will air in the early slot on CBS in Nashville, Charlotte, NYC and Cleveland.

Dolphins/Bills will air in South Florida, most of New York and the northern border of Pennsylvania.

Jaguars/Redskins will air in northern Florida (excluding the panhandle), the southern border of Oklahoma, some of Texas (Wichita Falls, Dallas/Fort Worth, Waco, Houston, Rio Grande Valley), the coast of Georgia, in Pennsylvania around Philadelphia, D.C, Maryland, Virginia, the eastern border of West Virginia and the eastern half of North Carolina.

Falcons/Bengals will air in Louisiana and border areas of Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas, Alabama, most of Mississippi, most of Georgia, the Florida panhandle, eastern Tennessee, South Carolina, western North Carolina, Kentucky, most of West Virginia, most of Pennsylvania and most of Ohio.

Patriots/Vikings will air everywhere else, including in Arizona opposite the Cardinals/Giants game, which will be on FOX.

CBS Late:

No game will air in San Diego or Tampa Bay, due to NFL rules.

Texans/Raiders will air in all of northern California, western Nevada, southern Oregon, around Yuma, Texas (excluding El Paso, Dallas/Forth Worth and Wichita Falls), the eastern border of New Mexico, in Shreveport and border areas of Oklahoma and Arkansas.

Jets/Packers will air in the Northeast down through Pennsylvania (excluding Pittsburgh), most of West Virginia, the borders of Kentucky and Ohio touching West Virginia, northern Indiana, Michigan, most of Illinois, the northeast corner of Missouri, the eastern third of Iowa, Wisconsin, almost all of Minnesota, North Dakota and some border aeas of South Dakota and Montana.

The rest of the country, including almost all of Arizona, will see Chiefs/Broncos.


Cardinals/Giants will air in most of Arizona, in California near Yuma, in West Palm Beach, the Northeast excluding the area surrounding Boston (Maine, Vermont, Delaware, New York excluding Buffalo, New Jersey, western Massachusetts and Eastern Pennsylvania.)

Saints/Browns will be seen in Louisiana (and bordering areas if Texas and Arkansas), most of Mississippi, the western Florida panhandle, much of Georgia outside of Atlanta, most of Indiana, most of Ohio (not Cincinnati or Toledo),most of West Virginia,  and western Pennsylvania.

Lions/Panthers will be on the air in eastern Georgia, the Carolinas, Virginia around Roanoake, the southern border of West Virginia, Toledo, the northern border of Indiana, Michigan, almost all Wisconsin, northern Illinois, almost all of Iowa, the four corners of Minnesota, most of Nebraska, both North and South Dakota and parts of Montana and Wyoming.

Seahawks/Chargers will air in Boston, DC and surrounding areas, Buffalo, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Minneapolis and the surrounding areas, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, almost all of Montana, the eastern and northeastern borders of Wyoming, most of Nevada and California (excluding San Francisco and the border by Yuma.

Cowboys/Titans will air in the rest of the country.