NFL 2021 Coverage Map: Week 17 TV Schedule


Rams-Ravens and Chiefs-Bengals are among the highlights of the NFL Week 17 schedule, but which games will be available in your area?

Week 17 has traditionally meant the end of the NFL season, but the extended schedule means there is still a week left of the regular season after this one. The good news for football fans is that Week 17 features the most Sunday action of any regular season week, with 15 of 16 matchups slated for January 2.

Rams-Ravens and Chiefs-Bengals are some of the best clashes of the week, but what games will be available in your area? Check out this week’s NFL TV coverage maps, courtesy of our friends at 506 Sports, to discover.

NFL Week 17 TV Coverage Cards

Sunday January 2

CBS (single header)

Kansas City Chiefs (11-4) vs. Cincinnati Bengals (9-6) (red): Jim Nantz, Tony Romo

New York Giants (4-11) vs. Chicago Bears (5-10) (dark blue): Spero Dedes, Jay Feely

Miami Dolphins (8-7) vs. Tennessee Titans (10-5) (Yellow): Kevin Harlan, Trent Green

Jacksonville Jaguars (2-13) vs. New England Patriots (9-6) (orange): Andrew Catalon, James Lofton

Denver Broncos (7-8) vs. Los Angeles Chargers (8-7) (Green, 4:05): Ian Eagle, Charles Davis

Houston Texans (4-11) vs. San Francisco 49ers (8-7) (light blue, 4:05): Greg Gumbel, Adam Archuleta

The CBS single-header features a bevy of games with playoff implications, with the headlining being the trip from Kansas City to Cincinnati in the first window. Another game of intrigue here is the Dolphins’ attempt to extend their seven-game winning streak against the Tennessee Titans.

FOX (Early Window)

Los Angeles Rams (11-4) vs. Baltimore Ravens (8-7) (red): Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen

Philadelphia Eagles (8-7) to Washington Football Team (6-9) (Blue): Adam Amin, Mark Schlereth

Las Vegas Raiders (8-7) vs. Indianapolis Colts (9-6) (green): Kenny Albert, Jonathan Vilma

Atlanta Falcons (7-8) vs. Buffalo Bills (9-6) (Yellow): Kevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (11-4) vs. New York Jets (4-11) (orange): Chris Myers, Daryl Johnston

FOX’s first window is loaded with playoff implications, including a CBS crossover contest featuring the Raiders traveling to Indianapolis to take on the Colts, who could be without unvaccinated quarterback Carson Wentz in a game. critical. The best game in the window is Rams-Ravens while Philadelphia and Buffalo can also solidify their own positioning with wins.

FOX (late window)

Arizona Cardinals (10-5) vs. Dallas Cowboys (11-4) (Red): Joe Buck, Troy Aikman

Detroit Lions (2-12-1) vs. Seattle Seahawks (5-10) (Blue): Gus Johnson, Aqib Talib

Carolina Panthers (5-10) vs. New Orleans Saints (7-8) (green): Brandon Gaudin, Matt Millen

FOX has three games in its late window, but the US Game of the Week is Cardinals-Cowboys, which will go across the vast majority of the country. The other two clashes will go only to local markets.

Sunday Night Football (NBC)

Minnesota Vikings (7-8) to Green Bay Packers (12-3): Mike Tirico, Cris Collinsworth

Green Bay can go one step further to clinch the NFC’s top seed and stab the Vikings’ playoff hopes in this one. Mike Tirico jumps to the mic as Al Michaels takes a week off.

Monday January 3

Cleveland Browns (7-8) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (7-7-1): Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Louis Riddick

Monday night’s final game of the season is a de facto elimination game as the Browns travel to Pittsburgh to face the Steelers. The Manningcast is back after a long hiatus that will add intrigue to this game for neutral viewers.

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