Jan 15, 2012; Green Bay, WI, USA; FOX television cameras during the NFC Divisional Playoff game between the New York Giants and Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

NFL TV Schedule Coverage Map Week 9

NFL Week 9 is just around the corner. This week lacks the marquee match ups we’ve seen in other weeks, but there are still some interesting games this weekend, here are some maps from 506 Sports that show you what markets are getting what games on a map of the states.

Interestingly, in the early hour of CBS games two major markets won’t be watching a game, the Dallas-Ft. Worth and New York City markets. Charlotte will also be blacked out. The Kansas City Chiefs game with the Buffalo Bills game is getting a lot of visibility across the country. Tennessee Titans and St. Louis game has that region of the country claimed. Houston also gets that game, the Titans used to be the Houston Oilers.

The late hour for CBS is pretty much all Steelers-Patriots. The Baltimore area and Ohio will get the Ravens-Browns game.

FOX’s map is for a single game. The Vikings Cowboy is getting a lot of coverage. So is the Saints-Jets game, which gets the NYC market and the north east. The Falcons-Panthers game is getting regional coverage in the south east.

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  • ray nassar

    well this looks like a no footbll Sunday. My FOX stattion is selling slow cookers with chefs who cant get a job cooking anywhere, and CBS has two teams who have not won a game in three years, the Giants vs the Raiders, oooooo. what is happenign? Did I wake up in an alternate universe??? hello? helppppp