Packers-Texans television coverage map for Week 7

Zach Kruse
·1 min read

A good chunk of the country will get to see the Green Bay Packers take on the Houston Texans during the early timeslot on FOX on Sunday.

The Packers won’t have to compete for airtime with the Minnesota Vikings, who are on a bye, or the Chicago Bears, who play on Monday night, meaning most of the upper Midwest gets to see Matt LaFleur’s team on Sunday.

All areas shaded in purple will see the Packers and Texans on FOX this week, via 506sports.com:

Areas shaded red will see the Dallas Cowboys take on The Washington Football Team. Yellow gets the Carolina Panthers and New Orleans Saints. Orange is the Detroit Lions and Atlanta Falcons. The late game, shaded in green, will see the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals.

Kickoff from RNG Stadium in Houston is scheduled for noon CT. The Packers have played in the noon time slot twice previously this season, winning both games (at Minnesota, vs. Detroit).

Related

Packers not underestimating challenge of facing Deshaun Watson and 1-5 Texans

Packers' first injury report of Week 7 is 13 players long