Which NFL games are available in your television market in Week 2? We’ve got your back with coverage maps and a TV schedule for all of this week’s games.
One week of NFL action is in the books, which means we’ll get a chance to see all the drama start to unfold in Week 2. Can Derek Carr and Jon Gruden get the Oakland Raiders back on track? Will the Jacksonville Jaguars avenge their AFC Championship Game loss against the New England Patriots? And can Aaron Rodgers work his magic against the Minnesota Vikings?
Most importantly, which games will you be able to watch on FOX and CBS on Sunday in your television market?
We can’t guarantee the answers to the questions in the first paragraph, but this NFL TV coverage match from 506sports.com can help you find out what you can plan on watching in Week 2.
FOX TV Map
The Minnesota Vikings vs. Green Bay Packers is the big-ticket game for FOX in Week 2 and for good reason. Aaron Rodgers’s incredible comeback performance through injury only added to his myth, and while Xavier Rhodes and the Vikings have plenty of admiration for Rodgers, they have the talent to make life extremely difficult for the star quarterback.
Meanwhile, the Cleveland Browns hope that facing a New Orleans Saints defense that got lit up by Ryan Fitzpatrick in Week 1 will ignite more offense from Tyrod Taylor and Josh Gordon.
FOX’s late games will pit the Detroit Lions against the San Francisco 49ers and the Arizona Cardinals against the exciting Los Angeles Rams.
CBS Early TV Schedule
CBS’s main early game is the highly-anticipated battle between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Pittsburgh Steelers. These teams possess two of the AFC’s most explosive offenses, and it will be a treat to watch Patrick Mahomes and Ben Roethlisberger go toe-to-toe. These quarterbacks will have aggressive, and it might come down to which team can come up with the crucial turnover.
CBS Late TV Schedule
Now these are two must-see matchups, so no matter where you are in the country, you should be in store for a treat. The Jacksonville Jaguars are hyped up for their rematch against the New England Patriots, while the Pats want to prove that their offense is as explosive as ever. It’s always a joy to hear Tony Romo on the call, but that’s especially true when he’s commentating a game with a legendary signal-caller like Tom Brady.
The Raiders have plenty of questions to answer in Week 2, and they might have a trick in store for the Denver Broncos with Martavis Bryant expected to take the field. I’m sure Bruce Arians will have some valuable insight into Gruden’s madness, too.
On Sunday night at 8:20 p.m. ET on NBC, the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys will go to battle in the latest chapter of their storied rivalry. All eyes will be on young stars Saquon Barkley and Dak Prescott, with the latter needing to answer critics after another underwhelming display under center.
Monday Night Football, which kicks off at 8:15 p.m. ET, will pit the Chicago Bears against the Seattle Seahawks. After coming so close to beating the Packers, Khalil Mack and the Bears defense will be out for blood against another top quarterback in Russell Wilson, who must take the field without star wide receiver Doug Baldwin. This is an important test for Wilson and the Seahawks offense, just as it is a potential statement game in primetime for the rising Bears.