NFL Week 2 Coverage Maps: What Fox And CBS Games Are Playing In Each Market

Week 2 of the NFL season is here and, even moreso than Week 1, figuring out what games will be available on your local Fox or CBS affiliate will be a tricky proposition. That’s because in Week 2, only CBS has a late game national window, meaning you’re only getting one game on Fox and what game that is and whether it’s in the 1 p.m. or 4 p.m. window is dependent on location.

Here is the Fox map, where seven games are possible in your area, per 506Sports.

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Early Window (1 p.m. ET)
Blue: San Francisco-Philadelphia
Yellow: Cincinnati-Chicago
Green: LA Rams-Indianapolis
Orange: New Orleans-Carolina
Light Blue: Buffalo-Miami

Late Window (4 p.m. ET)
Red: Atlanta-Tampa Bay
Purple: Minnesota-Arizona

As you can see, it’s pretty evenly divided as to what game is in what area, with Atlanta-Tampa Bay holding the most out of market areas, unsurprisingly.

For CBS, it’s more straightforward with fewer games in the early window, with Raiders-Steelers dominating coverage in most markets, and the big marquee late game (Cowboys-Chargers) that will be broadcast nationally aside from those in Tennessee and the Pacific Northwest, where Titans-Seahawks will be.

506 Sports

Early Window (1 p.m. ET)
Red: Las Vegas-Pittsburgh
Yellow: Denver-Jacksonville
Blue: New England-NY Jets
Green: Houston-Cleveland

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Late Window (4 p.m. ET)
Blue: Tennessee-Seattle
Red: Cowboys-Chargers