The NFL has 15 games going on in Week 7. While four of the games will be nationally televised, here are the broadcast maps for the other 11 contests.
Week 7 of the 2016 NFL season will have 15 games on the slate. The only two teams on byes this week are the Carolina Panthers and the Dallas Cowboys. Week 7 will feature the second of three NFL in London games on the season with the New York Giants playing the Los Angeles Rams at Twickenham Stadium at 9:30 AM ET on Sunday morning. CBS and the NFL Network will have that telecast.
That means there will be four nationally televised games in the NFL in Week 7. The London game between the Giants and Rams, the Chicago Bears at the Green Bay Packers on Thursday Night Football, the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday Night Football, and the Houston Texans at the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football. CBS, the NFL Network, NBC, and ESPN will have those games, respectively.
For the other 11 games being shown on CBS and FOX, here are the broadcast maps for Week 7, courtesy of 506Sports.com.
CBS has seven games on the slate in Week 7. The London game will be nationally televised, but CBS will have five early games and one late game. The five 1:00 PM ET games are as follows: Oakland Raiders at Jacksonville Jaguars, Baltimore Ravens at New York Jets, Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins, Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals, and Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans.
Shreveport and most of the East Coast outside of Philadelphia and Boston will get Ravens at Jets. New England, South Florida, and Western New York are getting the AFC East game between the Bills and Dolphins. Cleveland and Cincinnati are getting Cleveland at Cincinnati.
Houston, Chicago, Atlanta, Fargo, Nashville, and Indianapolis will be getting Colts at Titans. Greater Kansas City and Philadelphia are blacked out on CBS during the 1:00 PM ET slot due to having home games being shown on FOX. Everybody else will be getting Raiders at Jaguars.
The lone late game on CBS this week will be the New England Patriots at the Pittsburgh Steelers. The only media market that will not be getting this game in the country is Atlanta, as the Falcons are hosting the Chargers on FOX. Atlanta is unfortunately blacked out and won’t have to see Landry Jones quarterback Pittsburgh for the injured Ben Roethlisberger.
FOX has five games on the slate in Week 7: three early and two late. The three early games are as follows: Minnesota Vikings at Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins at Detroit Lions, and New Orleans Saints at Kansas City Chiefs.
Michigan, the Chesapeake region, and North Carolina sans Charlotte will be getting Redskins at Lions. The middle of the country from New Orleans to Kansas City will be viewing Saints at Chiefs.
Texas, the Pacific Northwest, the Great Plains north of Missouri, Memphis, Chicago, West Palm Beach, Philadelphia, and New England are the areas that will be getting Vikings at Eagles.
The two 4:00 PM ET games on FOX are as follows: San Diego Chargers at Atlanta Falcons and Tampa Bay Buccaneers at San Francisco 49ers. Atlanta, Nashville, Jacksonville, Miami, Indianapolis, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Buffalo, and New York are getting Chargers at Falcons. The Bay Area and Central Florida are getting Buccaneers at 49ers.