NFL Week 6 coverage map: TV schedule for CBS, Fox regional broadcasts

The Week 6 NFL coverage map gives fans no choice of whether to watch Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers in the late afternoon window.

That’s right — Fox is the network broadcasting games to regions in both afternoon windows this week, and the only one in the late window is when Green Bay plays in Tampa Bay. A great matchup, to be sure, but many fans might have to hate-watch it. 

Unlike the last two weeks, CBS will be the network only broadcasting a single game this week. Fox gets a lot of games to choose from in its two-tiered slate, yet somehow a large portion of the country gets to watch Nick Foles face off with Teddy Bridgewater in Bears-Panthers. There are some more interesting 1 p.m. games, so it might be best for your sanity if on the early Fox map below, you’re in a color other than red.

Below are the full NFL coverage maps for Week 6, plus a list of major TV markets and the CBS and Fox games that will be presented in each on Sunday.

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NFL coverage map Week 6

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Red: Bears at Panthers

Blue: Washington at Giants

Green: Bengals at Colts

Yellow: Falcons at Vikings

Orange: Lions at Jaguars

There is only one late game in the Fox window. The entire country will be able to watch Packers at Buccaneers at 4:25 p.m. ET on Fox in Week 6.


Red: Browns at Steelers

Blue: Ravens at Eagles

Green: Broncos at Patriots

Orange: Texans at Titans

Yellow: Jets at Dolphins (Late)

TV schedule for NFL Week 6 games

Below are the Sunday afternoon NFL games that will be broadcast regionally. Sunday night’s national TV game on NBC is Rams at 49ers, and there are now two Monday night games: Chiefs at Bills and Cardinals at Cowboys.

CBS coverage

Fox coverage

List of Week 6 NFL games by TV market

(TV markets listed in order by size)

Jets at Dolphins

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