The NFL is somehow nearing the halfway point of the regular season, and there are 14 games to be played in Week 7. Here’s how it shakes out on television.
The slate of games for this weekend is a good one, with a handful of legitimate Super Bowl contenders getting quality tests.
For starters, the New England Patriots will visit the Chicago Bears on Sunday in the early window, hoping to get back on the proverbial beam after losing to the Miami Dolphins. Meanwhile, the Kansas City Chiefs will be on Sunday night hosting the Cincinnati Bengals, showcasing Patrick Mahomes to a national audience for the third time in four weeks.
As for all the Sunday games in the early and late windows, here are the broadcast maps from both CBS and FOX, courtesy of the506.com.
On CBS, you might have noticed that the NFL is cross-flexing two games over to the station, with the Los Angeles Rams taking on the San Francisco 49ers, and the Dallas Cowboys visiting the Washington Redskins. CBS is short this week with the Denver Broncos playing the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday night, and the Chiefs being flexed into Sunday night against the Bengals.
For FOX, most of the country will see the Carolina Panthers playing on the road against the Philadelphia Eagles, with Kenny Albert and Charles Davis on the call. The Minnesota Vikings and New York Jets are also getting some run, although most of it is regional coverage. Them Brennaman and Chris Spielman are calling that contest.