NFL Week 3 TV Coverage Card

NFL Week 3 began Thursday night with the Carolina Panthers and Houston Texans. There are 14 matches on Sunday, but 13 in the two afternoon slots.

The game played Sunday night on national television is the Packers-49ers and Monday night is the Cowboys-Eagles.

This week, FOX gets two broadcasts in each market, with CBS getting one game in each area.

What games will be in your area? The coverage cards for the games are below, according to 506 Sports.

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The Bears-Browns will be shipped in most of the country. Those who live in the pink areas get that game. The orange is given to the Cardinals and Jaguars. It’s just a regional game that only appears on both teams’ immediate markets.

The green areas get to see the Saints Patriots. The yellow areas get the Washington-Bills, while the blue areas get the Falcons-Giants.

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There are only two games for FOX in the period 16:00 ET. this week’s game is the Buccaneers-Rams, which will be aired in the pink area. The blue area gets the Seahawks-Vikings. Both games are of interest to Cardinals fans.

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CBS has four early games and two late games.

The early games are Chargers-Chiefs (pink areas), Bengals-Steelers (green areas), Ravens-Lions (yellow areas) and Colts-Titans (orange areas).

The two late games are Dolphins-Raiders (blue) and Jets-Broncos (blue-green).

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