Chiefs vs. Bengals, Cardinals vs. Cowboys headline FOX and CBS games this week

The NFL coverage map was released for the NFL Week 17 schedule. This Sunday, FOX will air a nationwide show at the start and end of windows, while you’ll only get a CBS TV show once, depending on where you are on the NFL TV map. There are big implications in week 17 on the NFL Playoff Photo with only two Sundays remaining in the regular season.

NFL coverage map for week 17

NFL TV broadcast and coverage maps courtesy of The color codes and the games to which they correspond are listed below.

The listings include CBS, FOX, and prime-time games on NFL Network, NBC, and ESPN. These cards are subject to change throughout the week.

CBS Unique NFL TV Broadcast Coverage Map

Red: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Jim Nantz and Tony Romo

The Kansas City Chiefs (11-4) are eight-game winners in a row and hold a one-game AFC lead over the Titans. The Cincinnati Bengals (9-6) just beat the Ravens 41-21 to take first place in the AFC North.

Both teams know how to score a lot, and both have a lot at stake. The Chiefs want the first-round pass and home court advantage while all the Bengals need to do is beat Kansas City to win their game. first AFC North crown in six years.

Violet: New York Giants vs. Chicago Bears
Spero Dedes and Jay Feely

Yellow: Miami Dolphins vs. Tennessee Titans
Kevin Harlan and Trent Green

Orange: Jacksonville Jaguars vs. New England Patriots
Andrew Catalon and James Lofton

Green: Denver Broncos vs. Los Angeles Chargers (LATE)
Ian Eagle and Charles Davis

Teal: Houston Texans vs. San Francisco 49ers (FIN)
Greg Gumbel and Adam Archuleta

FOX Early NFL TV Coverage Map

FOX Card at the start of NFL TV Week 17 2022

Red: Los Angeles Rams vs. Baltimore Ravens
Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen

This contest has been flipped over to the First Window in a move we suspect will cater to Los Angeles viewers and fanbase, and FOX wanting to reach that part of the NFL TV map with the Cardinals vs. Cowboys game in the last window. This makes sense because the Rams and Ravens have playoff stakes on the line.

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Once the Rams are done in the first FOX window, their eyes will immediately turn to the Cardinals and Cowboys as the outcome will influence their ranking in the NFC playoff photo.

Violet: Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington Football Team
Adam Amin and Mark Schlereth

Green: Las Vegas Raiders vs. Indianapolis Colts
Kenny Albert and Jonathan Vilma

Yellow: Atlanta Falcons vs. Buffalo Bills
Kevin Kugler and Mark Sanchez

Orange: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New York Jets
Chris Myers and Daryl Johnston

FOX Late NFL TV Show Coverage Map

Late FOX Card NFL TV Week 17 2022

Red: Arizona Cardinals vs. Dallas Cowboys
Joe Buck and Troy Aikman

It’s FOX’s game of the week and possibly the league’s as well. The Cardinals (10-5) – depending on how the Rams played in the first window – could fight for the lead of NFC West and a higher ranking.

The Cowboys (11-4) are doing all they can to get the first seed and a pass in the Wild Cards round. A Dallas win means they’ll make the Vikings beat the Packers (12-3) in Sunday Night Football.

Violet: Detroit Lions vs. Seattle Seahawks
Gus Johnson and Aqib Talib

Green: Carolina Panthers vs. New Orleans Saints
Brandon Gaudin and Matt Millen

National broadcasts

Sunday night football
Minnesota Vikings vs. Green Bay Packers (NBC)

Monday night football
Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (ESPN)

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