NFL Coverage Map Week 14: 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 14.

The NFL coverage map is here for Week 14 games. There are a lot of games across the CBS and FOX slates with playoff implications, prominently Jets vs. Bills and Eagles vs. Giants along with Dolphins vs. Chargers on NBC’s Sunday Night Football.

NFL Coverage Map for Week 14

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 NBC and ESPN. These maps are subject to change throughout the week. For the Thanksgiving Slate, scroll to the bottom of the article for more information.

CBS Single-Game NFL TV Coverage Map

Colored coverage map of the CBS single-game coverage in Week 14.

Green: Baltimore Ravens @ Pittsburgh Steelers
Kevin Harlan and Trent Green

There might be blood in the water for the Steelers to play spoiler in Week 14 following Lamar Jackson’s injury. While the Ravens came away with a win last week, they have the Bengals breathing down their neck for the divisional lead. This will be a great game to catch on CBS or stream on Paramount+.

Yellow: Cleveland Browns @ Cincinnati Bengals
Greg Gumbel and Adam Archuleta

It’s an AFC North party this week. The Bengals are cheering for the Steelers, and the Ravens need the Browns to halt Cincinnati from gaining any more ground. It’ll be interesting to see if the Browns’ offense is able to move the ball, something they couldn’t do against the Texans’ defense last week.

Red: New York Jets @ Buffalo Bills
Jim Nantz and Tony Romo

The Bills fell to the Jets earlier in the season, and that was with Zach Wilson under center. The Jets’ offense is much more improved with Mike White slinging the rock, and with their backs against the wall, Robert Saleh’s team will push to sweep the AFC East-leading Bills in 2022.

Orange: Jacksonville Jaguars @ Tennessee Titans
Andrew Catalon and James Lofton

Boy, did the Titans not look great against the Eagles last week. Luckily for them, they play in the AFC South and hold a three-game lead over the Jaguars. They’ll need to familiarize themselves with Jacksonville as they’ll face them once again in the final week of the season.

Blue: Kansas City Chiefs @ Denver Broncos (Late)
Ian Eagle and Charles Davis

The Broncos don’t have much to play for, but a win over the Chiefs would be a nice confidence boost. However, Kansas City’s loss to the Bengals on Sunday means they lost the one seed in the AFC playoff picture. Losing to the lowly Broncos would have Chiefs fans scrambling.

FOX Early-Game NFL TV Coverage Map

Colored coverage map of the FOX early-game coverage in Week 14.

Red: Philadelphia Eagles @ New York Giants
Joe Davis and Daryl Johnston

With Week 14 comes a number of playoff-clinching scenarios, and the Eagles can clinch the NFC East this week. The Giants are no pushover, however, and have their own season on the line.

Blue: Houston Texans @ Dallas Cowboys
Kevin Kugler and Mark Sanchez

The Cowboys are ticking on all cylinders after last Sunday night’s trouncing of the Colts. A matchup against the Texans, who are the worst team in football, won’t make for great TV.

Green: Minnesota Vikings @ Detroit Lions
Kenny Albert and Jonathan Vilma

The Lions have now won three out of their last four games and sit second in the NFC North standings. They’re finding ways to win much like the Vikings have all season, going 9-0 in one-score games in 2022. Unlike the Cowboys and Texans, this could be a fun matchup to tune in for in FOX’s early window.

FOX Late-Game NFL TV Coverage Map

Colored coverage map of the FOX late-game coverage in Week 14.

Red: Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ San Francisco 49ers
Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen

The Buccaneers could’ve been in a really bad spot had they not made a 4th-quarter comeback against the Saints on Monday night. However, they’re 6-6 and lead the NFC South. Their matchup against the 49ers is much tougher this week, even with rookie Brock Purdy under center for San Francisco.

Blue: Carolina Panthers @ Seattle Seahawks
Adam Amin and Mark Schlereth

Seattle sits on the edge of the NFC playoff race, but with Jimmy Garoppolo out for an extended amount of time, they have a better opportunity to take the NFC West lead back. Under Steve Wilks, the Panthers aren’t going to roll over and die.

NFL Week 14 National TV Broadcasts

Thursday Night Football
Las Vegas Raiders @ Los Angeles Rams (Amazon Prime)

Up until the last few weeks, the Raiders had struggles finding their identity on offense. Turns out, getting Josh Jacobs and Davante Adams the ball is their best bet for success. The Rams will play Josh McDaniels’ team tough on Thursday night.

Sunday Night Football
Miami Dolphins @ Los Angeles Chargers (NBC)

The Dolphins dropped a tough one to the 49ers, but there’s clear evidence of mistakes that can easily be fixed on tape. Meanwhile, Chargers head coach Brandon Staley is on the hot seat after dropping a game to the Raiders. The Dolphins’ season isn’t on the line on Sunday night, but Staley’s job very well may be.

This game, of course, has additional appeal as the No. 5 and No. 6 picks from the 2020 NFL Draft — Tua Tagovailoa and Justin Herbert — go head-to-head for the second time in their careers.

Monday Night Football
New England Patriots @ Arizona Cardinals (ESPN)

Playoff hopes are wading for the Patriots, but they face a struggling Cardinals team on Monday night this week. A Patriots loss could all but eliminate them, while one more ugly performance for Arizona could be the end of Kliff Kingsbury’s job leading the Cardinals.

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