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NFL Week 16 TV coverage map

See what games are on in your area and in other markets.

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NFL Week 16 is underway. Already two divisional battles are done, with Oakland getting an overtime win in what might be the last game in Oakland. Then the Washington Redskins wrapped up the NFC East title on Saturday, defeating the Philadelphia Eagles.

But what about Sunday's games? CBS gets one game in each market and FOX gets a doubleheader. Everyone will get to see the Vikings and Giants on Sunday Night Football on NBC.

Here is where each game will air:

CBS single game:

Texans/Titans will air in most of Texas (excluding the Dallas market) an in bordering areas in New Mexico, Oklahoma and even a small pocket in Kansas. Then it will also be broadcast in all but a tiny area in northwest Tennessee, as well as in bordering areas in Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Virginia and Kentucky. The southern-most tip of Indiana also gets it.

Steelers/Ravens can be seen in much of the East Coast. Starting from the north, it will air in almost all Pennsylvania and on down the coast through the Carolinas. The Charlotte market, which includes a small area in South Carolina will not get this game. It will also air in  West Virginia, most of eastern Kentucky and in bordering areas in Indiana and Ohio.

The one late game for CBS is Jaguars/Saints. Because it is the one late game, it will air in several individual markets -- Dallas, Chicago, Buffalo and Charlotte, San Francisco, most of Indiana and eastern Michigan. It will be seen in all of Louisiana, most of Mississippi, the southern border of Arkansas, the southwestern border of Alabama, almost all of Florida (not in Pensacola or from West Palm Beach to Fort Myers) and almost all Georgia, as well as in bordering areas in Alabama and South Carolina.

Browns/Chiefs covers most of Ohio, all of Missouri, almost all of Kansas, most of Oklahoma, the northwestern border area of Arkansas, the western border of Illinois and Kentucky, almost all Iowa, almost all South Dakota, almost all Nebraska and some pockets in Wyoming.

The rest of the country, including all of Arizona, will get to see Patriots/Jets.

FOX Early games

Some areas will get no early game on FOX because there is a home game on CBS there. This applies to the markets of Kansas City, Nashville, Baltimore and New York City.

49ers/Lions will air in virtually all Michigan, part of northwestern Ohio, northern California, western Nevada and southwestern Oregon.

Colts/Dolphins will air in the smallest area. It will be broadcast in Miami and West palm Beach, the Jacksonville market, almost all of Indiana and in part of the eastern border of Illinois, in Evansville and in Louisville.

Bears/Buccaneers will be broadcast in Florida from south of the Jacksonville market through Fort Myers, in eastern Souther Dakota and some border areas in Minnesota and Nebraska, most of Iowa, most of Illinois and bordering areas in Missouri, Tennessee and Kentucky.

Cowboys/Bills will air in all of Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma. Bordering areas in Arizona, Colorado and Louisiana also will see that game. Most of Kansas, the southwestern area of Missouri, most of Arkansas, western Idaho, part of eastern Oregon and most of New York.

The rest of the country will see Panthers/Falcons. That is the game airing in most of Arizona.

FOX late games:

Only two games are on, but because of a home game on CBS, no game airs in New Orleans.

Rams/Seahawks will air in the Pacific Northwest -- all of Washington, Oregon, most of Idaho and in some border areas in California, Montana and Wyoming. It will also air in most of Missouri and bordering areas in Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas and Kansas.

The rest of the country gets to see Cardinals/Packers.