After a wild Week 9, NFL fans are going to make sure that they catch all of the Week 10 NFL action and TV coverage to see what major upsets happened next. There are once again four teams on bye — the Bears, Bengals, Giants and Texans — so it will be a 14-game week.
Three of the 14 games will be played in prime-time, so for yet another week, there will be a solid 11-game Sunday slate. Seven will begin at 1 p.m. ET while four others will occur in the late slate, starting between 4:05 and 4:25 p.m. ET.
CBS and Fox tend to split the presentation of the games down the middle. One network will be permitted to show a doubleheader each week while one will carry just a single game in regional markets. This week, CBS will get the doubleheader, so they’ll broadcast six of the regional games while Fox will get five.
Fox’s coverage will, unsurprisingly, heavily feature the Cowboys. “America’s Team” is playing against the Falcons, so most regional markets will be able to view that game. That said, some of the major markets will get a later-day game and will be treated to what should be a tightly-contested Vikings at Chargers matchup.
As for CBS, their coverage is focused on two major games. In the early slate, the Browns at Patriots game will be the one that most of the country sees. In the late slate, almost every major TV market will see the Seahawks take on the Packers, as both quarterbacks, Russell Wilson (finger) and Aaron Rodgers (COVID), hope to return to action in that contest.
Below are the full NFL coverage maps for Week 10, plus a list of major TV markets and the CBS and Fox games that will be presented in each on Sunday.
NFL coverage map Week 10
(NFL coverage maps courtesy of 506sports.com)
Red: Falcons at Cowboys
Green: Buccaneers at Washington
Yellow: Lions at Steelers
Blue: Vikings at Chargers (LATE)
Orange: Panthers at Cardinals (LATE)
Red: Browns at Patriots
Blue: Saints at Titans
Green: Bills at Jets
Yellow: Jaguars at Colts
Red: Seahawks at Packers
Blue: Eagles at Broncos
TV schedule for NFL Week 10 games
Below are the Sunday afternoon games that will be broadcast regionally. “Sunday Night Football” will feature a matchup between the Chiefs and the Raiders. All four teams in the AFC West have five wins, so the winner of that game is likely to find themselves perched atop the division, be it in first or second place.
“Monday Night Football” will feature a battle between the Rams and 49ers. Both teams are coming off blowout losses, as the 49ers were manhandled by the Cardinals in Week 9 while the Rams lost to the Titans in Week 9 thanks to a couple of brutal Matthew Stafford turnovers.
List of Week 10 NFL games by TV market
(TV markets listed in order by size)
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