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NFL Week 4 TV coverage map

What games will be on where?

Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

Well, there is a treat for you NFL fans in Week 4. There is a bonus game on TV for everyone. In addition to the Sunday Night Football game everyone in the country can watch on NBC (tonight that game features the Cowboys and the Saints.

The bonus game is the game being played in London. The New York Jets and Miami Dolphins play in England and the game will air on CBS at 9:30 AM Eastern. Potentially there are four whole games you can watch!!!

But what about the regular TV schedule? CBS gets one game and FOX gets two. Here is how the coverage map looks like, per 506 Sports.

CBS Single game

Raiders/Bears will air in Northern California, western Nevada, most of Oregon and part of Washington, the border area where Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky and Tennessee meet. It also airs in most of Illinois, the north border of Indiana, all of Michigan, all of Wisconsin, most of Minnesota and parts of North Dakota and Iowa.

Jaguars/Colts will air in most of Indiana, most of Tennessee, much of Kentucky and parts of Illinois. Then it can also be seen in northern Florida and part of coastal Georgia.

Browns/Chargers, a late game, will air in a few areas. It will be on in southern California, parts of Washington,Idaho, Montana and Oregon, all of Utah, parts of Wyoming and Nevada, then in the markets in and around Tampa Bay, Charlotte, Toledo, Cleveland, Buffalo, Rochester, New York City, Philadelphia and the nation's capitol.

Texans/Falcons will be on TV from Texas (and border areas in Oklahoma and New Mexico) all the way to Georgia and the Carolinas.

The rest of the country, including Alaska and Hawaii, get Chiefs/Bengals.

FOX Early games

Because of a local home game on CBS, no game will air in Chicago, Indianapolis, Cincinnati or Atlanta.

Eagles/Redskins will be on in Eugene, Oregon, much of South Dakota, parts of Iowa and Minnesota, most of Arkansas and part of Missouri. In the East, it will be seen by almost all Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Washington, DC, almost all Virginia, almost all West Virginia and some bordering areas in Ohio and Kentucky.

Panthers/Buccaneers can be seen in the South an Southeast. It will air in the Carolinas, most of Tennessee and some bordering areas in Kentucky, parts of Arkansas, a small part of Oklahoma and Texas, all of Louisiana, most of Mississippi, almost all Alabama, Georgia (except the Atlanta area) and almost all Florida (not in Miami or West Palm Beach).

The rest of the country gets Giants/Bills.

FOX Late games

Rams/Cardinals has the smallest coverage area. It airs in almost all Arizona, a small area between San Diego and Yuma, most of Missouri, much of Illinois, bordering areas in Kansas, Arkansas and Kentucky, as well as a small area in Mississippi and Alabama.

The rest of the country is split up between Packers/49ers and Vikings/Broncos.