NFL coverage map 2016: TV schedule Week 9

There are 13 games in Week 9 of the 2016 NFL season. With only three being nationally televised, here are the broadcast maps for the 10 on CBS and FOX.

It’s already Week 9 of the 2016 NFL season, folks! We are at the halfway point of the regular season as the calendar turns to November. There are six teams on byes this week in the Arizona Cardinals, the Chicago Bears, the Cincinnati Bengals, the Houston Texans, the New England Patriots, and the Washington Redskins.

Of the 13 games on the Week 9 slate, only three will be televised nationally. The NFL Network has the Atlanta Falcons at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday Night Football. NBC has the Denver Broncos at the Oakland Raiders on Sunday Night Football. ESPN has the Buffalo Bills at the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football.

So there are 10 games that will be shown in select areas of the country on CBS and FOX telecasts. Here are the Week 9 broadcast maps, courtesy of 506Sports.com.

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CBS has five games on Sunday, including three in the 1:00 PM ET slot. Those games are Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens, New York Jets at Miami Dolphins, and Jacksonville Jaguars at Kansas City Chiefs.

Cleveland and Minnesota are unfortunately on black out at 1:00 PM ET because the Browns and Vikings have home games on FOX. South Georgia, North Florida, and most of the Midwest will be getting Jaguars at Chiefs.

South Florida, Honolulu, New York, Vermont, Connecticut, and Northern New Jersey will be viewing Jets at Dolphins. Everybody else will be getting Steelers at Ravens.

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CBS also has two late afternoon games in the 4:00 PM ET slot. Those games are Indianapolis Colts at Green Bay Packers and Tennessee Titans at San Diego Chargers. The Bay Area is blacked out in the 4:00 PM ET slot because of the San Francisco 49ers’ home game being played at the same time of FOX.

Southern Oregon, Western Nevada, Southern California, the extreme southwest corner of Arizona, Honolulu, and Greater Nashville will get Tennessee at San Diego. The expanded reach for this game has to do with Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota being a Honolulu native and a collegiate star for the Oregon Ducks. Everybody else is getting Colts at Packers.

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FOX has five games on the slate Sunday, three early and two late. The three early games are Dallas Cowboys at Cleveland Browns, Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants, and Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings. The two late games are Carolina Panthers at Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints at San Francisco 49ers.

Atlanta, Orlando, West Palm Beach, Norfolk, Washington, D.C., Seattle, and the Northeast will be getting Eagles at Giants in the 1:00 PM ET slot. Fort Myers, the Midwest outside of Kansas City, and Alaska are getting Lions at Vikings.

Los Angeles, Kansas City, the Carolinas, Pittsburgh, and Baltimore are getting Panthers at Rams in the 4:00 PM ET slot. The Bay Area, Southern Oregon, Western Nevada, and New Orleans are getting Saints at 49ers in the 4:00 PM ET. Everybody else will be getting Cowboys at Browns in the 1:00 PM ET slot.

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