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NFL Week 7 TV coverage map and online streaming on Yahoo for Bills/Jaguars

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What games will you see on Sunday?

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Week 7 is a special week for the NFL. The Buffalo Bills and Jacksonville Jaguars play early, but play in London. London games happen every year, and have happened once already this season. What is different is this game will be broadcast via the Internet on Yahoo.

How can you stream Bills/Jaguars?

Yahoo! will bring you the game through either their website (click here) or you can use several of Yahoo's different apps. The game will stream through the Android and iOS versions of the Yahoo Sports, Yahoo, Yahoo Fantasy Sports, Tumblr, and Yahoo Screen apps. The game will also be available through most television devices, to include Amazon Fire TV, AppleTV, Roku, Samsung Smart TVs, Sony - 2014 TVs with Opera TV, TiVo, and Xbox One/360 by going to in the device's browser.

Bills/Jaguars will also air on CBS, but only locally in Jacksonville and Buffalo.

What about the rest of Sunday's games? CBS gets one game and FOX gets two, but the FOX late game is the same for the entire country. The info comes from 506 Sports.

CBS single game

Browns/Rams perhaps has the smallest reach. It will air in most of Ohio and a pair of very small border areas in Michigan and Pennsylvania. It will also be broadcast in St. Louis and part  of eastern Missouri, in some of Illinois and a small bordering area in Kentucky.

Texans/Dolphins can be seen in most of Florida (not in the Tampa Bay or Tallahassee areas), the very southeast corner of Georgia, in most of Texas (not in Dallas market) and in bordering areas in Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and New Mexico.

Steelers/Chiefs will air in most of South Dakota, small areas in Wyoming, almost all Nebraska, almost all Kansas, most of Missouri, small bordering areas in Oklahoma and Arkansas, in part of the western border of Illinois, most of Kentucky and bordering areas in Indiana and Ohio, most of West Virginia, part of Virginia, part of North Carolina, most of Pennsylvania and parts of Maryland.

Raiders/Chargers, the one late CBS game will be broadcast in all of California, southwest Oregon, most of Nevada, in southern Arizona, all of Utah, parts of Idaho and Wyoming, in almost all Minnesota and bordering areas in Wisconsin and Montana. It will also air in specific markets -- Baton Rouge and New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Atlanta, Nashville, Indianapolis, Washington, DC and Fling and Detroit.

The rest of the country will see Jets/Patriots. That is the game that will be on in the Phoenix area.

FOX early games

No early game on FOX will air in the Kansas City, St. Louis, Miami or Boston markets. They have home games airing on CBS then.

Buccaneers/Redskins will air in much of Texas (not the south or east of Dallas) and in bordering areas in New Mexico and Oklahoma, in most of Florida, in a small are in South Carolina, in most of North Carolina, almost all Virginia, the eastern border of West Virginia and in Maryland and the nation's capitol.

Falcons/Titans will air in part of Florida, almost all Georgia, almost all Alabama, most of South Carolina, all of Tennessee and some bordering areas in Mississippi, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky and Virginia.

Vikings/Lions is focused in the northern states. It will show in about half of Montana, some of Wyoming, all of both North and South Dakota, all of Minnesota, all of Iowa, all of Wisconsin, all of Michigan, most of Nebraska and northern border areas of Kansas, Missouri, Indiana and Ohio.

The rest of the country (including all of Arizona) will get to see Saints/Colts.

FOX late game

The one game on FOX among the late games will air in the whole country. That game is Cowboys/Giants, because we all want to watch that game, right?