Nov 3, 2013; Charlotte, NC, USA; A general view of Bank of America Stadium at twilight. The Panthers defeated the Falcons 34-10. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

NFL TV Schedule Coverage Map Week 10

Oct 7, 2012; Jacksonville, FL, USA; FOX TV camera men before the start of a game between the Chicago Bears and Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

Another week of NFL action is upon us, and there are a lot of interesting match ups to watch this week. The weekend is headlined by the Cowboys-Saints game on Sunday Night Football on NBC, but here are some maps showing which markets get which games this weekend.

In the early morning on CBS, four NFL cities are without a game on television: Green Bay, Chicago, Indianapolis, and Atlanta.The Nashville area and Jacksonville area is the only part of the country getting the Jaguars-Titans game. Most of Pennsylvania and Western New York get the Bills-Steelers game. Most of the country will be treated to the Bengals-Ravens game. California, New York and bits of New England, along with Dallas, get the Raiders-Giants game. Dallas has the NFC East tie to that game.

In the later hour, there are only two games on CBS. Mostly everyone will get the Broncos-Chargers game, but Arizona and most of Texas will get the Texans-Cardinals game.

FOX’s map is harder to read because it is all merged into one. Their late game, the 49ers-Panthers game, will be shown through out California and the Carolinas and New Orleans, an NFC South team. It will also get the New York, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Cincinnati and Nashville markets.

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