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NFL Week 8 TV coverage map: London game TV info and the FOX Game of the Week

The info you need to know what games will be on in your area.

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Week 8 of the 2015 NFL season gives us fans a bonus game. The Detroit Lions and the Kansas City Chiefs are out in England to play a game in London. That means FOX gets a third game, while CBS gets a single game. Between the three games normally on TV in most markets, Sunday Night Football and the London game, we can watch football games basically non-stop from when we get up until we get to bed.

Here is the coverage map for Week 8's contests, per 506 Sports.

London game:

Lions/Chiefs will air on FOX across the nation. This is a bonus game.

FOX Early games:

There are three markets where no FOX early game will air because they have a home game airing on CBS. Houston, Pittsburgh and Baltimore will only get CBS in the early game.

Cardinals/Browns will air in almost all Arizona, a small corridor in California west of Yuma, all of Washington, most of Oregon, almost all of Idaho, the western half of Montana and part of the western border of Wyoming. Back east, it will air in almost all Ohio (excluding the area on the border considered part of Fort Wayne's market), almost all West Virginia, part of Kentucky and a very small are in northwest Pennsylvania. It will also be seen in Alaska.

49ers/Rams will air in almost all Missouri, in border areas in Iowa, Kansas, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky and Illinois. It will be seen on the West Coast in California north of Bakersfield, the western half of Nevada and a part of the southern area of Oregon.

Buccaneers/Falcons can be seen in Georgia, South Carolina, almost all of Florida (excluding the western edge of the panhandle and the Miami/West Palm Beach areas), almost all of Alabama, almost all North Carolina, the western half of Virginia, part of eastern Tennessee and small areas in bordering areas in West Virginia and Kentucky.

Vikings/Bears will be focused in the Northern States. It will air in all of North and South Dakota, much of eastern Montana, parts of the northern border of Wyoming, almost all of Nebraska, a small part of the northern border in Kansas, all of Minnesota, Wisconsin, almost all of Iowa, almost all of Illinois, almost all of Indiana and Michigan, as welll as part of Kentucky and a small area in Missouri bordering Illinois.

The rest of the country, including Hawaii, will see Giants/Saints.

FOX Late game:

There is only one game on FOX for the late game. Everywhere in the United State, excluding the San Francisco market (which has their home game on CBS), will get to see Seahawks/Cowboys.

CBS single game:

Chargers/Ravens will be seen in only a couple of focused area. It will air in Southern California, in and around Yuma in Arizona and then around Baltimore in most of Maryland, in Washington, DC and in parts of West Virginia and Virginia.

Titans/Texans is also focused in two areas. It will air in most of Texas and in small bordering areas in New Mexico and Oklahoma. It also will be broadcast in all of Tennessee and in bordering areas in Kentucky, Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Missouri and Illinois.

A late game, Jets/Raiders, can be seen in Northern California, southwestern Oregon, most of Nevada, all of Utah, most of Arizona, small areas near Utah in Idaho and Wyoming, in eastern North Dakota, almost all Minnesota, northwestern Wisconsin, most of New York, part of Pennsylvania and New Jersey and in parts of Connecticut and Massachusetts. It will also air in specific markets -- Tampa Bay, New Orleans, Baton Rouge, St. Louis, Chicago and Cleveland.

The rest of the country will see Bengals/Steelers.