The NFL has 13 games left on the schedule for Week 9. The week kicked off with a Thursday night game between the New York Jets and the Indianapolis Colts.
The two remaining nationally televised games are Titans-Rams Sunday night, which airs on NBC, then airs Monday night on ESPN between the Bears and Steelers.
There are 11 regionally televised games on FOX and CBS on Sundays between early afternoon and late afternoon.
CBS is getting a single game in each market this week, while FOX is getting a doubleheader, airing a first game and a final game in each market.
Which games will be broadcast in your region? We have the information below, courtesy of 506 Sports.
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Early FOX Games
There are four games FOX will air in the first timeslot.
The biggest game is Broncos-Cowboys and will be televised in the pink areas.
Blue areas are Viking-Ravens. The green areas are the Falcons-Saints and the yellow areas are the Texans-Dolphins.
Late Games FOX
FOX is only two games behind. Their “game of the week” is Packers-Chiefs, which will air almost nationwide. It covers everything pink.
The other game is Cardinals-49ers, which will air regionally in blue zones.
CBS single show
CBS has four early games and only one late game.
The only late game that will air on CBS is Chargers-Eagles, which will air in blue zones.
Among the first games, the Browns-Bengals are broadcast in the pink zones, the Raiders-Giants in the green zones, the Patriots-Panthers in the yellow zones and the Bills-Jaguars in the orange zones.