NFL Week 11 TV Coverage Charts

The Arizona Cardinals don’t play until Monday night, so their fans have Sunday games to watch without their team. The Cardinals and 49ers play Monday night on ESPN for the final game of Week 11.

The Sunday Night Game on NBC East and the AFC West battle of the Chiefs and Chargers.

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That leaves 11 games for the early and late afternoon games.

This week, CBS gets a doubleheader and FOX has a single show in each market.

Which games will be broadcast in your region? Below we have the TV coverage maps for week 11, taken from 506 Sports.

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CBS has three first games to choose from. Blue areas will see Jets-Patriotes. Pink areas will see Eagles-Colts. This is the game Arizona fans can watch.

Green areas receive Browns-Bills, which are played in Detroit due to weather conditions in and around Buffalo.

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There are two late games that CBS will air. Their best game is Cowboys-Vikings, which airs almost nationally. It will stream locally wherever it is pink in the chart. Blue areas receive Bengals-Steelers. Note that the Baton Rouge, LA area hosts the Bengals-Steelers, while Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow played collegiately for LSU, which is in Baton Rouge.

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FOX has five games first and only one game behind.

Giant Lions can be seen where it is pink. Bears-Falcons will air in blue areas. Arizona fans have this game or the Eagles-Colts on CBS in the early days.

Rams-Saints will be broadcast in green areas, Commanders-Texans can be seen in orange areas, and Panthers-Ravens will be broadcast in teal areas.

The only late game is Raiders-Broncos, which is rated in the yellow zones.

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