But what about the rest of the games? Unless you have the NFL TV package, you have only a max of three games you can see. This week, FOX gets one broadcast in each market, while CBS gets two.
CBS early game
There are three markets who don't get this game because they have a home game airing on FOX. Those are the rules. That applies to Pittsburgh, Detroit and New York City.
Texans/Jaguars is going to air in most of Texas (not El Paso or Dallas), as well as bordering areas in New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana. You can also see it as well in Jacksonville and most of the panhandle, as well as in the southern and coastal half of Georgia.
Bengals/Bills can be seen in most of Ohio and Kentucky, the bordering are in Indiana, almost all West Virginia, then all the way to the coast and north the rest of the northeast (excluding NYC, Pittsburgh and Erie), and then down through most of South Carolina. It is also on in Hawaii.
Chiefs/Vikings covers the Midwest and North. Starting in the northeast border in Montana, it will air all the way over through almost all Michigan. Then from the Canadian border down to most of Oklahoma and Arkansas. Part of Indiana gets it, most of Illinois and most of Nebraska and South Dakota.
CBS late game:
There are only two games. Seattle won't get one because it has a late home game on FOX,
Ravens/49ers will air in northern California, the western half of Nevada and in most of Oregon and part of Washington. Then it also will broadcast almost all Ohio, a small border area in Indiana and Kentucky, almost all Pennsylvania, all of West Virginia and Maryland, most of Virginia and a small part of North Carolina near Norfolk.
FOX single game
Cardinals/Steelers will broadcast in most of California, most of Nevada, most of Arizona, most of Kansas, in and around Tulsa, in and around Dayton, in and around Louisville, in most of Pennsylvania, most of West Virginia and in bordering areas of Ohio and Kentucky. It will also air in Hawaii.
Redskins/Jets will air in and around West Palm Beach, most of Texas, some bordering areas in New Mexico, almost all Oklahoma, almost all Arkansas and then from Maine all the way down the Atlantic Coast to North Carolina, excluding the Cards/Steelers game area and in Buffalo.
Bears/Lions will show in Michigan, Toledo, most of Indiana, all of Illinois and Iowa, bordering areas in Kentucky and Missouri, most of Wisconsin, parts of Minnesota (not in the middle of the state), all North Dakota, most of South Dakota and Nebraska and the northeast corner of Montana.