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NFL Week 1 TV coverage map: Almost everyone gets 49ers/Cowboys

Take a look at what games are on around the country.

Thearon W. Henderson

The NFL is back. That means a lot of games to watch. If you don't get NFL Sunday Ticket, you are limited to what games you get to see. That is what this post is for. It will let you know what games are on where. The information comes via 506 Sports.

First, for Arizona, as this is a Cardinals site -- with no Cardinals game on until Monday Night, Fans in Arizona get to see Patriots/Dolphins on CBS, Saints/Falcons on FOX for the early game and 49ers/Cowboys in the late FOX game,

The entire country will get Colts/Broncos for Sunday Night Football on NBC.

Here's how the rest of the day shakes out:

CBS game:

Normally, the NFL does not allow games to be aired opposite home games, but CBS is covering the US Open later on. So all games on CBS this week are early games.

Raiders/Jets: This is airing in all of California, in Yuma, in Western Nevada and the southwest area of Oregon, including Eugene. It also is on in New York (excluding Rochester), New Jersey and a northern strip of Pennsylvania.

Patriots/Dolphins: This is on in Florida (excluding around Jacksonville and Orlando), the northeast tip of the country until New York, Michigan, Indiana (excluding the area around South Bend), most of Illinois, Wisconsin, almost all of Minnesota, eastern North Dakota, western Idaho, Washington (excluding the Seattle area, most of Oregon, eastern Nevada, Utah, the southwest corner of Wyoming, Arizona (except Yuma), New Mexico, two small areas in Colorado, Texas (excluding Dallas, Waco, Rio Grande Valley and Wichita Falls), the Oklahoma panhandle, Louisiana, the southern border of Arkansas, southern Mississippi, almost all of Alabama and southwest Georgia.

Titans/Chiefs: This will air in the area around Seattle and then from the middle north to most of the Midwest. It includes Montana, eastern Idaho, most of Wyoming, western North Dakota, South Dakota, all but a very small are of Colorado, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma (not the panhandle or the southern border), Missouri, western Illinois, northern Mississippi, the north border of Alabama, western Kentucky and all of Tennessee.

Jaguars/Eagles: This is shown in Texas around Dallas/Fort Worth and Wichita Falls. It also is in the coast of Georgia and in and around Jacksonville and Orlando. Of course, it will air in and around Philadelphia.

Browns/Steelers: this is on in Texas around Waco and in Rio Grande Valley, the eastern border of Alabama, most of Georgia, booth Carolinas, in South Bend, Ohio (excluding Dayton and Cincinnnati), most of Pennsylvania, most of Ohio, the eastern border of Kentucky and western West Virginia.

Bengals/Ravens: This airs in Dayton and Cincinnati, the southeast border of Indiana, most of Kentucky, the nation's capitol, Maryland, the most eastern part of West Virginia and much of Virginia (surrounding Richmond).

FOX early games:

No game will air in the areas in and around Kansas City, Pittsburgh, Miami, Baltimore, Philadelphia or New York City.

Saints/Falcons: This airs along the Pacific coast and the Southwest -- Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, most of Wyoming and almost all New Mexico. It also airs in part of Nebraska in varied areas and most of Kansas. From there, it will be on in the eastern border of Oklahoma, some of the eastern border of Texas, all but the northern border of Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, most of Kentucky, most of Ohio, the area around Chesapeake, the western and eastern parts of North Carolina and in most of South Carolina. It also is on in Maine, Vermont and most of Massachussetts.

Bills/Bears: This will air in most of Delaware and the border of Vermont, all upstate New York, the north border of Pennsylvania, Ohio in Toledo, Michigan, most of Wisconsin, Indiana (excluding some of southeast border), Illinois (not southern most part) and most of Iowa.

Redskins/Texans: This airs in almost all of Texas, most of Oklahoma (not Tulsa), a few border areas of New Mexico, part of South Carolina, the middle and north of North Carolina, Virginia, DC, parts of West Virginia and most of Pennsylvania.

Vikings/Rams: This will be on in Tulsa, Missouri (excluding Kansas City), southern Illinois, most of Nebraska, some border areas of Iowa, western Wisconsin, Minnesota, the Dakotas, Montana and some northern border areas of Wyoming.

FOX late games:

Panthers/Buccaneers: This will be on in New Orleans, Florida (excluding Miami and West Palm Beach), the Columbus area and eastern and southern borders of Georgia, both Carolinas and the southern border of West Virginia.

49ers/Cowboys: This will be on in the rest f the country.