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What games will be on where today?

It is that time again. It is Sunday morning and there are football games to be seen. What games will  be on TV? That's what this is for. With the info from 506 Sports, we can know where different games are being aired.

CBS gets two broadcasts and FOX just one.

There are the games on tap for different areas:

CBS early games

The following markets will not have an early CBS game because their local team has a home game on TV on FOX: Houston, Atlanta, Washington DC, Cincinnati and Cleveland.

Chargers/Jaguars will air in only two areas. It will air in southern California and Yuma and then in northern Florida from Tallahassee to Jacksonville and in southeastern Georgia.

Raiders/Titans will air in Tennessee and surrounding areas around the border and then in southern Arizona, all of Utah, northern California, the northern half of Nevada, part of Wyoming, a small area in Montana bordering Idaho and in all of Idaho, Oregon and Washington.

Bills/Chiefs airs in Richmond, Grand Rapids, western New York, sliver of Pennsylvania and then througght the Midwest, the states in north and then west outside of the Raiders/Titans viewing are.

Everyone else gets Dolphins/Jets.

CBS late game

There is only one game on in the CBS late slot and the entire nation gets it, except for the San Francisco area because they have a home game on FOX then -- Steelers/Seahawks.

FOX single game

Cardinals/49ers, which is a late game, gets some specific markets outside the west. It will air in Miami, Jacksonville, Buffalo, Nashville, Kansas City, almost all Arizona, San Diego and northern California and birder areas in Nevada and Oregon.

Buccaneers/Colts has a small area. It will air in almost all of Indiana, in bordering areas in Kentucky and Illinois, and it will air in most of Florida and a sliver of the southern border of Georgia.

Rams/Bengals can be seen in the Boston area and the northern-most area in Maine, almost all of Colorado, most of Wyoming, parts of Nebraska, and then from Missouri to Pittsburgh, excluding the areas already mentioned with other games on.

The rest of the country is split between Giants/Redskins, focused in the West, Memphis and the East Coast, and Vikings/Falcons.