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NFL Week 10 TV coverage map

What games will air where?

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The Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks play tonight on the national stage, appearing on Sunday Night Football on NBC. Everyone in America can watch it (provided they have a television). But there will be football to watch before then. On the regional broadcasts, there will be two games on CBS and one on FOX this week.

Let's see where the games are on and what game you will get. The info comes from 506 Sports.

CBS early games

No game will air in Tampa Bay, Nashville or Green Bay because they will have a home game airing on FOX in the early slate of games.

Dolphins/Eagles will air in in a couple of areas in Florida -- Miami, West Palm Beach and Pensacola areas. It will also be available in almost all Texas and Oklahoma, small bordering areas in Kansas and New Mexico, the Richmond market and in the northeast from Maine down through Philadelphia, and almost all New York, plus some of the northern border of Pennsylvania.

Jaguars/Ravens is the smallest coverage area. It will air in most of Florida, southern and coastal Georgia, a small bordering coastal area in South Carolina and then in and around DC, most of Maryland and parts of Virginia and West Virginia.

Bears/Rams is the CBS early game that most Cardinals fans will see. It will be on in almost all Arizona (excluding the northeastern corner, the area between Yuma and San Diego, some of western Nevada, some areas bordering it in California, some of eastern Washington, northern Idaho and areas that border it in Montana and Oregon. Then it will be seen in almost all Missouri, almost all Indiana, in bordering areas in Arkansas, Kansas and Kentucky, as well as all of Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin (excluding the Green Bay area), Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, almost all Nebraska and small bordering areas in Montana and Wyoming.

The rest of the country gets Browns/Steelers.

CBS late games

There are two late games on CBS.

Patriots/Giants gets all the East Coast, almost all the South, almost all Texas and most of the North. Chiefs/Broncos will air in all the West Coast, Houston, Amarillo and most the Midwest. It reaches into most of Tennessee and part of Kentucky. People in Arizona don't get the Patriots game. They get the Broncos.

FOX single game

Panthers/Titans will be broadcast in the Eugene market in Oregon, in all of South Carolina, most of Georgia, the northern half of Alabama, most of Tennessee, part of Kentucky and bordering areas in Indiana and Illinois, as well as parts of Virginia and West Virginia.

Cowboys/Buccaneers will air in almost all Florida, some of the southern border in Georgia, in part of New York State (south of Syracuse, west of Albany), all of New Mexico, the northeastern border of Arizona, parts of the southern border in Colorado, almost all of Texas and Oklahoma, most of Kansas, most of Arkansas and in and around Memphis.

Saints/Redskins will air in Louisiana and bordering parts of Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas, most of Mississippi, the Florida panhandle and southern Alabama. Then it will also air in most of Virginia, most of West Virginia and some bordering areas in Ohio and Kentucky, DC, most of Pennsylvania, most of New York, Connecticut, New Hampshire and part of Vermont.

Vikings/Raiders, a late game, will air in the Philly, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Chicago, Jacksonville, Miami and St. Louis markets, in almost all California, most of Nevada, parts of southern Oregon and then in Minnesota, the Dakotas and bordering areas in Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, Iowa and Wisconsin.

The remaining areas will see (including most of Arizona) Lions/Packers.