The playoff race in the NFL is heating up, and with 27 teams within two games of the postseason entering Week 14, there are lots of stakes to play for this week. This week sees 11 games being played across the two main slates on Sunday, meaning there will be plenty of action. Let’s take a look at the three NFL coverage maps for Week 14 and which games will be broadcast in each region.
NFL Coverage Map for Week 14
The NFL coverage maps from 506Sports are color-coded to make it easy for users to see which games will be broadcast to their area of the country. This week it is CBS that will have the double-header. Therefore, you will see two coverage maps for CBS and a single coverage map for FOX that covers both windows of games.
The coverage maps below are correct as of Wednesday. These will be updated as required ahead of Sunday.
CBS Early-Game NFL TV Coverage Map
- Red: Jacksonville Jaguars at Cleveland Browns
Ian Eagle and Charles Davis
- Blue: Houston Texans at New York Jets
Kevin Harlan and Trent Green
- Green: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons
Spero Dedes and Adam Archuleta
- Yellow: Indianapolis Colts at Cincinnati Bengals
Tom McCarthy, James Lofton, and Jay Feely
There is no shortage of entertainment in the games on the early Week 14 CBS NFL Coverage Map this week. Seven of the eight teams are within one game of the playoffs entering this week, and the final team (the Jets) is still feasibly in with a shout.
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The games between the Colts and Bengals, Jaguars and Browns, and Buccaneers and Falcons, are all huge in terms of their fantasy football implications on both sides. A loss won’t eliminate anyone, but with only five weeks left in the season, they cannot afford to lose any ground at this stage.
CBS Late-Game NFL TV Coverage Map
- Red: Buffalo Bills at Kansas City Chiefs
Jim Nantz and Tony Romo
- Blue: Denver Broncos at Los Angeles Chargers
Andrew Catalon, Tiki Barber, and Matt Ryan
The late slate for CBS does not get much less impactful with all four teams within two games of the current AFC playoff picture. The Chiefs must bounce back from their surprise Sunday Night Football loss last week when they face the Bills coming off their bye.
Meanwhile, the Broncos will hope to have their own bounce back against the Chargers and put distance between the two teams while also putting themselves further into the playoff picture. This is almost a win-or-go-home type game from the Chargers. Chasing two games in five weeks is very doable. Being three games behind the playoff picture with four to play, however, is close to impossible.
FOX Single-Game NFL TV Coverage Map
- Blue: Los Angeles Rams at Baltimore Ravens
Joe Davis and Daryl Johnson
- Green: Detroit Lions at Chicago Bears
Adam Amin and Mark Schlereth
- Yellow: Carolina Panthers at New Orleans Saints
Kenny Albert and Jonathan Vilma
- Red: Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers (Late)
Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen
- Brown: Minnesota Vikings at Las Vegas Raiders (Late)
Kevin Kugler and Mark Sanchez
The FOX NFL Coverage Map for Week 14 is also loaded with impact across all five games. Only the Panthers are truly eliminated, and any of the other nine teams could yet make the playoffs. The Rams-Ravens game could be the game of the day with how Los Angeles has played in recent weeks.
For many, the focus will be on the 49ers-Seahawks game, which has huge ramifications in the NFC playoff picture. The 49ers have bounced back spectacularly from their three losses in a row and now have the chance to go and chase down that No. 1 seed.
NFL Week 14 National TV Broadcasts
New England Patriots at Pittsburgh Steelers (Amazon)
Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys (NBC)
Green Bay Packers at New York Giants (ABC)
Tennessee Titans at Miami Dolphins (ESPN)
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