NFL Coverage Map Week 2: TV schedule for FOX, CBS broadcasts

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    NFL Coverage Map Week 2: TV schedule for FOX, CBS broadcasts

    The Week 2 NFL coverage map shows an exciting slate of games. CBS gets the first nod for a doubleheader this Sunday, highlighting a Bengals vs. Cowboys matchup with Jim Nantz and Tony Romo in the booth. For those fans that prefer NFL broadcasts on FOX, you’ll only get one national game this week.

    NFL coverage map for Week 2

    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 Amazon Prime, 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 2

    Red: New England Patriots @ Pittsburgh Steelers

    Ian Eagle and Charles Davis

    There were drastically different outcomes for the Patriots and Steelers in Week 1. The Patriots looked flat in Mac Jones’ first game of Year 2, scoring just seven points. On the other hand, the Steelers, led by Mitch Trubisky on offense and Minkah Fitzpatrick on defense, looked great against the defending Super Bowl runner-up Bengals.

    Going out of division may be a breath of fresh air for both teams to see how they stack up early in the 2022 NFL schedule. To catch the game, you can tune into CBS or head over to Paramount+.

    Blue: Miami Dolphins @ Baltimore Ravens

    Kevin Harlan and Trent Green

    Green: New York Jets @ Cleveland Browns

    Spero Dedes and Jay Feely

    Yellow: Indianapolis Colts @ Jacksonville Jaguars

    Tom McCarthy and Tiki Barber

    CBS late-game NFL TV coverage map

    NFL coverage map of late CBS games in Week 2

    Red: Cincinnati Bengals @ Dallas Cowboys

    Jim Nantz and Tony Romo

    The game of the week has the Bengals traveling west to Arlington, Texas, to take on the Cowboys. When this game was scheduled, CBS executives assumed it’d be Joe Burrow and Dak Prescott facing off. Nonetheless, after Prescott’s injury on Sunday night, it’ll be the Cooper Rush show.

    It will be worth watching for the sole reason Tony Romo will be analyzing the young Rush while in the booth throughout the contest. Whether it’s a good matchup, however, is left to public opinion.

    Blue: Arizona Cardinals @ Las Vegas Raiders

    Greg Gumbel and Adam Archuleta

    Green: Houston Texans @ Denver Broncos

    Andrew Catalon and James Lofton

    FOX single-game NFL TV coverage map

    NFL coverage map of single FOX games in Week 2

    Red: Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ New Orleans Saints

    Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen

    Blue: Carolina Panthers @ New York Giants

    Joe Davis and Daryl Johnston

    Orange: Washington Commanders @ Detroit Lions

    Kenny Albert and Jonathan Vilma

    Green: Atlanta Falcons @ Los Angeles Rams (Late)

    Kevin Kugler and Mark Sanchez

    Yellow: Seattle Seahawks @ San Francisco 49ers (Late)

    Adam Amin and Mark Schlereth

    National broadcasts for NFL Week 2

    Here’s a peek at the prime-time matchups in Week 2.

    Thursday Night Football

    Los Angeles Chargers @ Kansas City Chiefs (Amazon Prime)

    If you want fireworks, tune into Amazon Prime on Thursday Night Football to watch the Chargers take on the Chiefs. The Justin Herbert/Patrick Mahomes matchup is one we’ll want watch for years to come, and Thursday night is no different.

    Sunday Night Football

    Chicago Bears @ Green Bay Packers (NBC)

    Monday Night Football

    Tennessee Titans @ Buffalo Bills (ESPN)

    Minnesota Vikings @ Philadelphia Eagles (ABC)

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