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    NFL coverage map Week 1: TV schedule for FOX, CBS broadcasts

    The NFL is back, and so is the weekly NFL coverage map. What games are will be broadcast on TV in your area this weekend?

    With the return of the NFL comes the weekly NFL coverage map. The NFL schedule has 13 games being played on Sunday, with both CBS and FOX hosting games in the early and late coverage windows.

    NFL coverage map for Week 1

    This week’s NFL TV and coverage map are provided by 506 Sports. The color codes and what games they correspond to are listed below. Listings include FOX, CBS, and prime-time games on NFL Network, NBC, and ESPN. These maps are subject to change throughout the week.

    CBS early game NFL TV coverage map

    NFL coverage map of early CBS games in Week 1

    Red: Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cincinnati Bengals

    Ian Eagle and Charles Davis

    The Super Bowl runner-up Cincinnati Bengals host divisional rival Pittsburgh Steelers in the early CBS window this Sunday. While Joe Burrow and the Bengals begin their campaign to prove last year’s success wasn’t a fluke, the Steelers will be led by someone not-named Ben Roethlisberger.

    Instead, Mitch Trubisky was named QB1 this week and will look to lead the Steelers to victory in Week 1. If you don’t have access to CBS, remember you can sign up for Paramount+ and catch all the action there.

    Blue: New England Patriots @ Miami Dolphins

    Greg Gumbel and Adam Archuleta

    Green: Baltimore Ravens @ New York Jets

    Andrew Catalon and James Lofton

    Yellow: Cleveland Browns @ Carolina Panthers

    Spero Dedes and Jay Feely

    Orange: Indianapolis Colts @ Houston Texans

    Tom McCarthy and Tiki Barber

    CBS late game NFL TV coverage map

    NFL coverage map of late CBS games in Week 1

    Red: Kansas City Chiefs @ Arizona Cardinals

    Jim Nantz and Tony Romo

    Blue: Las Vegas Raiders @ Los Angeles Chargers

    Kevin Harlan and Trent Green

    FOX early game NFL TV coverage map

    NFL coverage map of early FOX games in Week 1

    Red: San Francisco 49ers @ Chicago Bears

    Joe Davis and Daryl Johnston

    The NFL coverage map for the early FOX window shows a lot of red, meaning most people, specifically in the Midwest and West Coast, will watch the 49ers take on the Bears. While the matchup doesn’t seem exciting on paper, the 49ers are bringing in a new era with second-year QB Trey Lance under center while the Bears get a fresh start with Matt Eberflus as their head coach.

    Currently, the 49ers are moneyline favorites, and you can receive a $50 free bet at DraftKings with your first deposit by betting on this game or any more on Sunday.

    Blue: Philadelphia Eagles @ Detroit Lions

    Adam Amin and Mark Schlereth

    Green: New Orleans Saints @ Atlanta Falcons

    Kenny Albert and Jonathan Vilma

    Yellow: Jacksonville Jaguars @ Washington Commanders

    Chris Myers and Robert Smith

    FOX late game NFL TV coverage map

    NFL coverage map of late FOX games in Week 1

    Red: Green Bay Packers @ Minnesota Vikings

    Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen

    Blue: New York Giants @ Tennessee Titans

    Kevin Kugler and Mark Sanchez

    National broadcasts for NFL Week 1

    Thursday Night Football

    Buffalo Bills @ Los Angeles Rams (NBC/Peacock)

    The returning Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams kick the season off by hosting the Buffalo Bills on Thursday Night Football. Prior to the game, the Rams will celebrate their win by raising their Super Bowl banner, and you can celebrate too by purchasing your own favorite Rams Super Bowl memorabilia.

    Sunday Night Football

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Dallas Cowboys (NBC)

    Monday Night Football

    Denver Broncos @ Seattle Seahawks (ESPN)

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