Will the Jaguars-Cardinals Week 3 game be on TV in your area?

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It hasn’t been the start to the season in Jacksonville many hoped. The team is 0-2 with both losses coming in double-digit fashion, and now it faces its toughest test of the early season in Week 3. The Arizona Cardinals come to TIAA Bank Field on Sunday, and with a quarterback in Kyler Murray who’s playing at an MVP level right now, and a defense that has been solid, they present a bad matchup for a struggling Jaguars team.

FOX apparently feels the same way. The network appears to be limiting the broadcast of this game to only the television markets surrounding Phoenix and Jacksonville. Here’s the full TV map for Fox’s 1 p.m. EDT block, per 506Sports.

The gold color represents the areas where the Jaguars game will be shown on FOX, which is limited to northeast Florida and a small portion of southeast Georgia, most of the state of Arizona, and the extreme southeastern portion of California. Most of the country will receive the Chicago-Cleveland game at 1 p.m.

The Jags do, however, get FOX’s top commentary team. Legendary sportscaster Gus Johnson will be on the call with Aqib Talib as the commentator.

But if the Jaguars want to hear booming calls from Johnson in their favor, they will have to play their best game of the season by far against a 2-0 Cardinals squad.