The two remaining nationally televised games are Titans-Rams on Sunday night, airing on NBC, and then ESPN’s Monday night broadcast between the Bears and Steelers.
There are 11 regionally televised games on FOX and CBS on Sunday between the early afternoon and late afternoon time slots.
CBS gets a single game in every market this week, while FOX gets a doubleheader, airing one early game and one late game in every market.
Which games will be on in your area? We have the information below, courtesy of 506 Sports.
FOX early games
There are four games that FOX will air in the early time slot.
The biggest game is Broncos-Cowboys and will be televised in the pink areas.
The blue areas are Vikings-Ravens. The green areas are Falcons-Saints and the yellow areas are Texans-Dolphins.
FOX late games
FOX has only two late games. Their “game of the week” is Packers-Chiefs, which will air in almost the entire country. It covers everywhere that is pink.
The other game is Cardinals-49ers, which will air regionally in the blue areas.
CBS single broadcast
CBS has four early games and only one late game.
The one late game that will air on CBS is Chargers-Eagles, which will be on in the blue areas.
Among the early games, Browns-Bengals airs in the pink areas, Raiders-Giants in the green areas, Patriots-Panthers in the yellow areas and Bills-Jaguars in the orange areas.