NFL Week 4 is here and there are 10 games on Sunday. Six teams are on their bye, one game happened on Thursday and one will happen on Monday Night Football.
But what about the regional games? Which of the nine remaining games will be on where you live?
This week, CBS gets on game and FOX gets two broadcasts in every market. The info comes via 506 Sports.
CBS single game:
The game in London, Dolphins/Raiders, will air in Northern California, western Nevada, the southwest area of Oregon, South Beach and the areas in and around Panama City and Tallahassee, which includes some border areas of Georgia and Alabama.
Titans/Colts will be on in eastern Washington around Spokane, northern Idaho, the northeast corner of Oregon, the northwest corner of Montana, Tennessee, almost all Mississippi, the northern and western borders of Alabama, the eastern border of Arkansas, a small portion of the north border of Georgia, almost all of Illinois and Indiana, almost all Kentucky, as well as small border areas of Ohio, Missouri and Iowa.
Bills/Texans will air in Maine, Delaware, Rhode Island, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, all of New York except around New York City, as well as some of the northern border of Pennsylvania. It also airs in all of Texas and some border areas in New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana.
Jaguars/Chargers, a late game, will be broadcast in Southern California, most of Colorado, the northeast of Nevada, all of Utah, bits of Nebraska, Idaho and Wyoming, Michigan, the Chicago area, eastern Wisconsin, Pittsburgh, New York City, the Georgia coast and in Florida from Jacksonville to Tampa Bay.
No game will air in Houston, Indianapolis or Baltimore.
Buccaneers/Steelers will be on in most of Florida, the southern border of Georgia, Myrtle Beach, almost all Pennsylvania, almost all West Virginia, almost all Ohio (excluding Toledo) and some border areas in Virginia, Kentucky and Indiana.
Falcons/Vikings will be on in the Dakotas, Minnesota, much of eastern Montana, some border areas of Wyoming and Nebraska, almost all Iowa, all Wisconsin except Milwaukee, Louisville, the Florida panhandle, Georgia, almost all Alabama, Knoxville and a couple of small bits of Tennessee, as well as some border areas of both North and South Carolina.