NFL Week 3 is here and there are games to watch. But what games will be on in your area? If you don't have NFL Sunday Ticket, you need this information here, thanks to 506 Sports.
CBS gets two broadcasts today. Fox only gets one.
Everyone will get Sunday Night Football on NBC
No game will air, due NFL rules, in New Orleans, St. Louis, Philadelphia or Detroit.
Titans/Bengals will air in Tennessee, most of Kentucky (not in Louisville area), the northern parts of Atlanta, Alabama and Mississippi, some border areas in Arkansas, some parts of Ohio (Dayton, Cincinnati and southern border), Chesapeake, the eastern most part of Virginia, the eastern most part of Missouri and southern most part of Illinois.
Chargers/Bills will be broadcast in Southern California, Yuma, Southern Nevada, parts of New York (Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse), some of the northern border of Pennsylvania and the areas surrounding Greenville in South Carolina and North Carolina.
Colts/Jaguars will be on TV in Florida from the panhandle down to Orlando, the south border and coastal area of Georgia, the southeast corner of Alabama, Indiana, Louisville and the areas in Kentucky bordering Indiana, most of Illinois and some border areas of Iowa and Missouri.
Raiders/Patriots will be on TV in the southern border of Arizona, northern California, most of Oregon, the southern border of Washington, most of Nevada, Utah, Colorado, parts of Wyoming, most of South Dakota and Nebraska, most of Kansas, most of Missouri, southern Florida, Maine, Vermont, Delaware, Rhode Island and Massachusetts, most of the Carolinas and parts of Georgia and Alabama.
No game will be on in most of Arizona, as the Cardinals game will be on FOX at the same time.
49ers/Cardinals will air in California, Arizona (not in Four Corners area), southern Oregon including Eugene, western Nevada, and areas in and around Jacksonville, Nashville, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Buffalo, Baltimore, New York City and Boston.
Vikings/Saints will air in the South (Louisiana excluding Shreveport, Mississippi, Alabama, most of Georgia and the Florida panhandle), in and around Chesapeake, and in the North (Minnesota, the Dakotas and border areas of Nebraska, Montana, Wyoming, Iowa and Wissconsin.
Redskins/Eagles will air on almost all the East Coast. It is on in South Florida, the Carolinas, eastern Tennessee, eastern Kentucky, and all up the East Coast, excluding the areas watching the Cardinals/49ers game.