NFL Week 11 coverage map: TV schedule for CBS, Fox regional broadcasts

The NFL Sunday slate will once again be missing a few teams, as four clubs have a bye in Week 11. The Buccaneers, Seahawks, Dolphins and Jaguars will be out of action so there will be 11 games occurring in the early and late afternoon for Week 11.

The good news is that the only game on foreign soil, the Cardinals-49ers game in Mexico City, will be a “Monday Night Football” matchup. So, viewers based in the United States won’t have to worry about getting up early for a Sunday morning game.

Per usual, CBS and Fox will split the rights to the games on the NFL Sunday slate right down the middle. This week, Fox will have more games to broadcast (six), but CBS will get the doubleheader with its five games.

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CBS isn’t creating any pseudo-nationally televised games despite having the rights to only five contests. It will make the Cowboys-Vikings game its most accessible game in the late slate, but some will still be able to watch the Steelers-Bengals game.

As for Fox, it will take a hyper-regionalized approach in Week 11. The Lions-Giants game may be the one that the most people across the country get to see, but it’s hard to say given how much coverage the other contests are getting .

Below is the full NFL coverage map for Week 11, 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 11

(NFL coverage maps courtesy of 506sports.com)

NFL Coverage Map Week 11

(Courtesy of 506Sports.com)

Ed: Lions at Giants

Blue: Bears at Falcons

Green: Rams at Saints

Orange: Commanders at Texans

Light Blue: Panthers at Ravens

Yellow: Raiders at Broncos (LATE)

NFL Coverage Map Week 11

(Courtesy of 506Sports.com)

Ed: Eagles at Colts

Blue: Jets at Patriots

Green: Browns at Bills

NFL Coverage Map Week 11

(Courtesy of 506Sports.com)

Ed: Cowboys at Vikings

Blue: Bengals at Steelers

TV schedule for NFL Week 11 games

The NFL will feature an AFC West battle on “Sunday Night Football” in Week 11, as the Chiefs will face the Chargers in Los Angeles. With a win, the Chiefs can take a three-game lead over the Chargers in the division race while clinching the head-to-head tiebreaker over Los Angeles. Suffice it to say, both Patrick Mahomes and Justin Herbert will bring their A-game to this one, especially with the latter being in prime-time for the second consecutive week.

Meanwhile, “Monday Night Football” will also be a divisional clash. This one will be between the 49ers and Cardinals in Mexico City. San Francisco can tie Seattle for the division lead with a victory while Arizona can inch its way back into the NFL playoff race with a victory.

Below are the Sunday afternoon games that will be broadcast regionally by CBS and Fox.

CBS coverage

  • Eagles at Colts (1 p.m. ET)
  • Jets at Patriots (1 p.m. ET)
  • Browns at Bills (1 p.m. ET)
  • Cowboys at Vikings (4:25 p.m. ET)
  • Bengals at Steelers (4:25 p.m. ET)

Fox coverage

  • Lions at Giants (1 p.m. ET)
  • Bears at Falcons (1 p.m. ET)
  • Rams at Saints (1 p.m. ET)
  • Commanders at Texans (1 p.m. ET)
  • Panthers at Ravens (1 p.m. ET)
  • Raiders at Broncos (4:05 p.m. ET)

List of Week 11 NFL games by TV market

(TV markets listed in order of size)

Market CBS early Fox early CBS late Fox late
New York Jets at Patriots Lions at Giants Cowboys at Vikings
Los Angeles Jets at Patriots Rams at Saints Cowboys at Vikings
Chicago Eagles at Colts Bears at Falcons Cowboys at Vikings
Philadelphia Eagles at Colts Lions at Giants Cowboys at Vikings
Dallas-Ft. Worth Eagles at Colts Lions at Giants Cowboys at Vikings
San Francisco/Bay area Eagles at Colts Cowboys at Vikings Raiders at Broncos
Washington DC Eagles at Colts Commanders at Texans Cowboys at Vikings
Houston Eagles at Colts Commanders at Texans Cowboys at Vikings
Boston Jets at Patriots Cowboys at Vikings Raiders at Broncos
Atlanta Eagles at Colts Bears at Falcons Cowboys at Vikings
Phoenix Eagles at Colts Bears at Falcons Cowboys at Vikings
Tampa/St. Petersburg Jets at Patriots Bears at Falcons Cowboys at Vikings
Seattle Eagles at Colts Lions at Giants Cowboys at Vikings
Detroit Browns at Bills Lions at Giants Cowboys at Vikings
Minneapolis-St. Paul Eagles at Colts Bears at Falcons Cowboys at Vikings
Miami Jets at Patriots Lions at Giants Cowboys at Vikings
Denver Jets at Patriots Cowboys at Vikings Raiders at Broncos
Orlando Jets at Patriots Lions at Giants Cowboys at Vikings
Cleveland Browns at Bills Cowboys at Vikings Raiders at Broncos
Sacramento Eagles at Colts Cowboys at Vikings Raiders at Broncos
Charlotte Eagles at Colts Panthers at Ravens Cowboys at Vikings
Portland Eagles at Colts Lions at Giants Cowboys at Vikings
St. Louis Jets at Patriots Bears at Falcons Cowboys at Vikings
Pittsburgh Eagles at Colts Panthers at Ravens Bengals at Steelers
Indianapolis Eagles at Colts Cowboys at Vikings Raiders at Broncos
Baltimore Eagles at Colts Panthers at Ravens Bengals at Steelers
Raleigh-Durham Eagles at Colts Panthers at Ravens Cowboys at Vikings
Nashville Jets at Patriots Lions at Giants Cowboys at Vikings
San Diego Jets at Patriots Rams at Saints Cowboys at Vikings
Salt Lake City Jets at Patriots Cowboys at Vikings Raiders at Broncos
San Antonio Eagles at Colts Commanders at Texans Cowboys at Vikings
Kansas City Jets at Patriots Cowboys at Vikings Raiders at Broncos
Columbus Browns at Bills Panthers at Ravens Bengals at Steelers
Milwaukee Eagles at Colts Bears at Falcons Cowboys at Vikings
Cincinnati Browns at Bills Panthers at Ravens Bengals at Steelers
Las Vegas Jets at Patriots Cowboys at Vikings Raiders at Broncos
Jacksonville Eagles at Colts Bears at Falcons Cowboys at Vikings
Oklahoma City Eagles at Colts Lions at Giants Cowboys at Vikings
New Orleans Eagles at Colts Rams at Saints Cowboys at Vikings
Memphis Jets at Patriots Lions at Giants Cowboys at Vikings
Buffalo Browns at Bills Cowboys at Vikings Raiders at Broncos

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