Packers-Vikings television coverage map for Week 8

Zach Kruse
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A large swath of the country will get to see the Green Bay Packers host the Minnesota Vikings during the early timeslot in Week 8.

Only three games are competing for airtime on FOX, meaning much of the Midwest and big chunks of the South and East Coast will get to see the Packers and Vikings on Sunday.

All areas shaded in red will get the Packers and Vikings on FOX this week, via 506sports.com:

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Areas shaded in purple will see the Los Angeles Rams and Miami Dolphins, while the greens areas will get the Las Vegas Raiders and Cleveland Browns. (Note, the map is subject to change as broadcast areas are adjusted. We will update the map if changes are made throughout the week).

Playing the Vikings means all of Wisconsin gets the Packers game on FOX. When both teams play in the same timeslot on the same network, parts of Wisconsin get the Vikings broadcast. Not this week. Also, the Chicago Bears are playing the late afternoon game, taking away another potential conflict.

Kickoff from Lambeau Field is scheduled for noon CT. Sunday will be the fourth time the Packers have played in the early timeslot this season. They are 3-0, including a win last week against the Houston Texans and a season-opening win over the Vikings.

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