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    NFL Coverage Map Week 11: TV Schedule for CBS, FOX Broadcasts

    With the NFL Coverage Map from 506Sports, you can find out where, how, and when to watch the different NFL games in Week 11.

    The NFL coverage map is here for Week 11 games. CBS gets the doubleheader as well as the snow game in Buffalo, while FOX has the lone game this week, and Monday night’s contest between the 49ers and Cardinals takes us to Mexico City.

    NFL Coverage Map for Week 11

    The folks at 506 Sports provide this week’s NFL TV and coverage map. The color codes and what games they correspond to are listed below.

    Listings include FOX, CBS, NFL Network, and prime-time games on Amazon Prime, NBC, and ESPN. These maps are subject to change throughout the week.

    CBS Early-Game NFL TV Coverage Map

    CBS early game coverage map shows which NFL games will be shown where throughout the United States for Week 11 in 2022

    Red: Philadelphia Eagles @ Indianapolis Colts
    Ian Eagle and Charles Davis

    The City of Brotherly Love doesn’t love the fact that they lost their bid for an undefeated season last Monday night, but now that monkey is off their back. New Colts head coach Jeff Saturday has a much tougher test with the top seed in the NFC coming to town.

    Blue: New York Jets @ New England Patriots
    Kevin Harlan and Trent Green

    Who knew how big the implications would be in a Week 11 matchup between the Jets and Patriots? Right now, the AFC East rivals both hold a Wild Card spot in the current NFL playoff picture. A win or loss certainly won’t guarantee anything, but a win would go a very long way down the stretch.

    Green: Cleveland Browns @ Buffalo Bills
    Andrew Catalon and James Lofton

    Who’s ready for a snow game? The Buffalo area is expected to receive not inches – but feet – worth of snow prior to their kickoff vs. the Browns in the early CBS window. No matter the opponents, we love to watch the game of football played in a white wonderland.

    CBS Late-Game NFL TV Coverage Map

    CBS late game coverage map shows which NFL games will be shown where throughout the United States for Week 11 in 2022

    Red: Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota Vikings
    Jim Nantz and Tony Romo

    No surprise here – the Cowboys have CBS’ game-of-the-week, with Nantz and Romo on the call. Regardless, this matchup could very well be the first of two between the Cowboys and Vikings this season, with the second coming in the NFL Playoffs, and should provide plenty of excitement throughout.

    Blue: Cincinnati Bengals @ Pittsburgh Steelers
    Greg Gumbel and Adam Archuleta

    The Steelers look like a completely different team with T.J. Watt back in the mix. While their opponent last week wasn’t spectacular, Watt brought energy back in the building they’d been lacking since their Week 1 victory over Cincinnati. With a division title in their sights, the Bengals will do everything they can to not get swept by their divisional rival.

    FOX Single-Game NFL TV Coverage Map

    FOX single game coverage map shows which NFL games will be shown where throughout the United States for Week 11 in 2022

    Red: Detroit Lions @ New York Giants
    Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen

    For the first time in his career, Dan Campbell won on the road as the Lions head coach. Now he goes to New York to face a surprisingly tough 7-2 Giants squad. Can he make it two in a row? As of Wednesday morning, the Lions are only 3-point favorites over on the Barstool Sportsbook.

    Blue: Chicago Bears @ Atlanta Falcons
    Joe Davis and Daryl Johnston

    One of the most exciting quarterbacks in the NFL over the last couple of weeks, Justin Fields, leads the Bears into Atlanta this weekend. If you’re hoping to catch the game, the coverage map isn’t looking very promising.

    Green: Los Angeles Rams @ New Orleans Saints
    Kenny Albert and Jonathan Vilma

    There’s not a lot riding on the Rams vs. Saints matchup. The two squads have a combined 6-13 record heading into Week 11.

    Orange: Washington Commanders @ Houston Texans
    Chris Myers and Robert Smith

    The Commanders got a big win on Monday night, taking down the undefeated Eagles. Now at 5-5 and only a half-game out of the wild card, they can’t overlook the struggling Texans.

    Teal: Carolina Panthers @ Baltimore Ravens
    Kevin Kugler and Mark Sanchez

    Much like the Commanders, the Ravens can’t overlook their opponent this week. It’s a tight battle not only for the AFC North but the AFC Wild Card as a whole. You can catch the game on FOX in the early window.

    Yellow: Las Vegas Raiders @ Denver Broncos (Late)
    Adam Amin and Mark Schlereth

    Two bottom-five AFC teams playing on FOX in the late window? No, thank you. Do yourself a favor: Doordash yourself a Dangerwich and flip on over to CBS or Paramount+ to catch the Cowboys vs. Vikings or Bengals vs. Steelers.

    NFL Week 10 National TV Broadcasts

    Thursday Night Football
    Tennessee Titans @ Green Bay Packers (Amazon Prime)

    We can’t determine if this is one of the typical bad Thursday Night Football matchups or not, but it doesn’t matter. Why? Because we can bet on the game. And even though the Packers have struggled this season, they’re 3.5-point favorites over the Titans on the DraftKings Sportsbook.

    Sunday Night Football
    Kansas City Chiefs @ Los Angeles Chargers (NBC)

    This is the second matchup between the Chiefs and Chargers this season, and the first didn’t disappoint. We know what we’re getting out of the Chiefs every week, but the Chargers are hit or miss. We can all agree and hope for fireworks from both Patrick Mahomes and Justin Herbert Sunday night.

    Monday Night Football
    San Francisco 49ers @ Arizona Cardinals (ESPN)

    The 49ers and Cardinals were the first two teams to play a game outside of the United States in NFL history back in 2005 when they traveled to Mexico City. That, too, was on Monday Night Football. The Cardinals went on to win the game 31-14 behind six Neil Rackers field goals and two touchdown passes from Josh McCown.

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