NFL Week 11 coverage map: TV show for CBS and Fox regional shows


NFL Week 11 has arrived and with it, another solid set of showdowns. NFL fans will want to catch all the action, even in games that project not to be close. After all, the Underdogs dominated the 2021 NFL season, so any game can still turn into an upheaval.

Week 11 features a 15-game roster, as only two teams are goodbye – the Rams and the Broncos. That means there will be a 12-game roster on Sunday afternoon, as three of this week’s games will be in prime-time slots.

This week, the game slate is tilting a bit in Fox’s favor. They will broadcast seven of the Sunday afternoon games and will have double rights. Meanwhile, CBS will broadcast a single game in each region and choose one of five contests to broadcast.

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Fox’s coverage focuses on two games. At first, the focus will be on the Packers and Vikings in an NFC North clash. Most of the country will be able to see that with the Cowboys at Chiefs game in the 4:25 p.m. ET slot. It will be the most easily accessible game on the Sunday afternoon slate.

As for CBS, their main draw should be the Ravens-Bears game. That said, many major TV markets will see the Bengals-Raiders game late in the window. It’s the only CBS game at 4:05 p.m. ET, but more viewers are likely to tune in to the Chiefs-Cowboys game in this time slot.

Below are the full maps of NFL coverage for Week 11, along with a list of the major CBS and Fox TV and gaming markets that will be featured in each Sunday.

NFL Week 11 Coverage Card

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Red: Packers at Vikings

Blue: Saints with Eagles

Yellow: Washington to the Panthers

Blue: Lions to Browns

Orange: 49ers at Jaguars

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Red: Cowboys at Chiefs

Blue: Cardinals to the Seahawks

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Red: Crows to Bear

Green: Colts to Bills

Yellow: Dolphins in Jets

Orange: Texans at Titans

Blue: Bengals at Raiders

NFL Week 11 Gameplay TV Schedule

Below are the Sunday afternoon games that will be broadcast regionally. “Sunday Night Football” will feature the Steelers and Chargers in a game that could prove to be pivotal in the AFC Wild Card group race.

“Monday Night Football” will see the Buccaneers and Giants face off for the third consecutive season. Last year, the Buccaneers managed to escape with a 25-23 win in another game on Monday night. Tom Brady has performed well against the Giants in the regular season, but most of his career games against them, including the playoffs, have been close.

CBS Coverage

  • Ravens at Bears (1 p.m. ET)
  • Colts at Bills (1 p.m. ET)
  • Dolphins in Jets (1 p.m. ET)
  • Texans vs. Titans (1 p.m. ET)
  • Bengals vs. Raiders (4:05 p.m. ET)

Fox blanket

  • Packers at Vikings (1 p.m. ET)
  • Saints at Eagles (1 p.m. ET)
  • Washington vs. Panthers (1 p.m. ET)
  • Lions at Browns (1 p.m. ET)
  • 49ers at Jaguars (1 p.m. ET)
  • Cowboys at Chiefs (4:25 p.m. ET)
  • Cardinals vs. Seahawks (4:25 p.m. ET)

List of Week 11 NFL games by TV market

(Television markets ranked by size)

MarletEarly CBSEarly foxCBS lateLate fox
new YorkDolphins in JetsPackers at VikingsCowboys at the chefs
Los AngelesPackers at VikingsBengals at RaidersCowboys at the chefs
ChicagoBear crowsPackers at VikingsCowboys at the chefs
Philadelphia creamSaints with EaglesBengals at RaidersCowboys at the chefs
Dallas-Ft. ValueBear crowsPackers at VikingsCowboys at the chefs
San Francisco / Bay Area49ers at JaguarsBengals at RaidersCowboys at the chefs
Washington DCBear crowsWashington at the PanthersCowboys at the chefs
HoustonTexans at TitansSaints with EaglesCowboys at the chefs
BostonColts to BillsPackers at VikingsCowboys at the chefs
AtlantaBear crowsWashington at the PanthersCowboys at the chefs
PhoenixBear crowsPackers at VikingsCardinals at Seahawks
Tampa / St. PetersburgBear crowsPackers at VikingsCowboys at the chefs
SeattleBear crowsPackers at VikingsCardinals at Seahawks
DetroitLions at BrownsBengals at RaidersCowboys at the chefs
Minneapolis-St. PaulPackers at VikingsBengals at RaidersCowboys at the chefs
MiamiDolphins in JetsPackers at VikingsCowboys at the chefs
DenverBear crowsPackers at VikingsCowboys at the chefs
OrlandoBear crowsPackers at VikingsCowboys at the chefs
ClevelandLions at BrownsBengals at RaidersCowboys at the chefs
Sacramento49ers at JaguarsBengals at RaidersCowboys at the chefs
CharlotteWashington at the PanthersBengals at RaidersCowboys at the chefs
PortlandBear crowsPackers at VikingsCardinals at Seahawks
Saint LouisBear crowsPackers at VikingsCowboys at the chefs
PittsburghBear crowsLions at BrownsCowboys at the chefs
IndianapolisColts to BillsPackers at VikingsCowboys at the chefs
BaltimoreBear crowsWashington at the PanthersCowboys at the chefs
Raleigh-DurhamBear crowsWashington at the PanthersCowboys at the chefs
NashvilleTexans at TitansPackers at VikingsCowboys at the chefs
San DiegoPackers at VikingsBengals at RaidersCowboys at the chefs
Salt lake cityBear crowsPackers at VikingsCowboys at the chefs
San AntonioBear crowsPackers at VikingsCowboys at the chefs
Kansas CityBear crowsPackers at VikingsCowboys at the chefs
ColumbusBear crowsPackers at VikingsCowboys at the chefs
MilwaukeeBear crowsPackers at VikingsCowboys at the chefs
CincinnatiLions at BrownsBengals at RaidersCowboys at the chefs
Las VegasPackers at VikingsBengals at RaidersCowboys at the chefs
Jacksonville49ers at JaguarsBengals at RaidersCowboys at the chefs
Oklahoma CityBear crowsPackers at VikingsCowboys at the chefs
New OrleansSaints with EaglesBengals at RaidersCowboys at the chefs
MemphisTexans at TitansPackers at VikingsCowboys at the chefs
BuffaloColts to BillsPackers at VikingsCowboys at the chefs
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