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NFL Week 11 TV coverage map

What games will be on where?

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Week 11 is here. We have already seen the Jaguars and Titans play on Thursday Night Football. Everyone will get a marquee matchup on NBC tonight between the Arizona Cardinals and the Cincinnati Bengals. But what about the other games airing regionally?

Well, as we have each week, this is your coverage map. CBS has a single broadcast in each market this week and FOX gets two games. Let's see where each game will air. This info comes from 506 Sports.

CBS single game

The late game for CBS is Chiefs/Chargers. That game will air in many specific markets as the late game to watch. It will air in Southern California and Yuma, in Dallasm Tampa Bay, Miami, Charlotte, Washington DC, Baltimore and Philadelphia. Then it will also air in almost all of Kansas and Missouri, most of Iowa and bordering areas in Iowa, Illinois and Arkansas.

Jets/Texans will air in almost all Texas (not Dallas) and in bordering areas in New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana. It will also air in Florida between the Tampa and Miami markets and from Maine through New York and the northeast half of Pennsylvania, except not in the Boston market.

Raiders/Lions will be seen in northern California, western Nevada, most of Oregon, a small southern border area of Washington, in almost all of Michigan and a small bordering are in Ohio.

Colts/Falcons will be broadcast in almost all Indiana and in some bordering areas in Illinois and Kentucky. Then it covers much of the South. It will be on in most of Louisiana, most of Mississippi (but not in Jackson), northern Florida, all of Alabama and Georgia, almost all of the Carolinas (but not the Charlotte viewing area) and part of Virginia.

Everyone else will get to see Broncos/Bears.

FOX early games

Because their home games are airing in CBS at the same time, no FOX early game will air in the Houston, Atlanta or Chicago markets.

Buccaneers/Eagles will air in most of Florida, the southern border of Georgia, in Eugene, Oregon and most of Pennsylvania.

Rams/Ravens will air in most of Missouri, most of Illinois, bordering areas in Kansas, Arkansas, Tennessee and Kentucky. It can also be seen in the Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Baltimore areas.

Cowboys/Dolphins gets to be seen in the Miami and West Palm beach areas, in eastern Iowa, all of Texas except for Houston, all of New Mexico, all of Oklahoma, most of Kansas, most of Arkansas and in some areas bordering those states in Arizona, Colorado, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee.

The rest of the country will get Redskins/Panthers.

FOX late games

No game will air in San Diego because there is a home game on CBS>

49ers/Seahawks will air in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, much of Montana, part of Wyoming, all of Utah, most of Nevada and all northern California.

The rest of the country will see Packers/Vikings.