NFL Week 9 TV coverage maps

Week 9 of the NFL season began on Thursday with the Eagles and Texans. The two nationally televised prime-time games are Titans-Chiefs on Sunday night on NBC and then Ravens-Saints on Monday night on ESPN and ABC.

With six teams on their bye week in Week 9, that leaves 10 games to air on CBS and FOX in the two afternoon slots.

This week, CBS gets a doubleheader and FOX will carry one single game in each market.

Which games will be on in your area on Sunday?

Check out the TV coverage maps for Week 9 below, with graphics from 506 Sports.

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CBS early games

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CBS has four early games it will air in different parts.

The largest area, the pink areas in the graphic, will get to see Bills-Jets.

Dolphins-Bears will air in the blue areas. Raiders-Jaguars will be in the yellow areas, but the green areas will be Colts-Patriots.

CBS late game

There is only one late game for CBS to air so it will be nationally televised.

Rams-Buccaneers is the game that will air nationwide as the game of the week.

FOX single game

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There are four early games for FOX to air and only one late game.

The late game is Seahawks-Cardinals, which will air everywhere in blue.

As for the early games, Packers-Lions cab be seen in the pink areas.

The green areas get Chargers-Falcons. The yellow areas get Vikings-Commanders, while the orange areas get Panthers-Bengals.

Story originally appeared on Cards Wire