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

NFL Week 11 has arrived and with it comes another slew of strong matchups. NFL fans are going to want to catch all of the action, even in games that project not to be close. After all, underdogs have dominated the 2021 NFL season, so any game can still turn into an upset.

Week 11 features a 15-game slate, as just two teams are on bye — the Rams and Broncos. That means there will be a 12-game slate on Sunday afternoon, as three of the games this week will take place in prime-time slots.

This week, the game slate tilts a bit in Fox’s favor. They will broadcast seven of the Sunday afternoon games and have doubleheader rights. Meanwhile, CBS will broadcast a single game in each region, and will choose from one of five contests to broadcast.

Fox’s coverage is focused on two games. In the early slate, the attention will be on the Packers and Vikings in an NFC North clash. Most of the country will get to see that along with the Cowboys at Chiefs game in the 4:25 p.m. ET slot. That will be the most easily accessible game of the Sunday afternoon slate.

As for CBS, their main draw figures to be the Ravens-Bears game. That said, a lot of major TV markets will see the Bengals-Raiders game in the late window. It’s CBS’ lone 4:05 p.m. ET game, but more viewers are likely to tune into the Chiefs-Cowboys game in that time slot.

Below are the full NFL coverage maps for Week 11, 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 11

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Red: Packers at Vikings

Blue: Saints at Eagles

Yellow: Washington at Panthers

Blue: Lions at Browns

Orange: 49ers at Jaguars

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Red: Cowboys at Chiefs

Blue: Cardinals at Seahawks

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Red: Ravens at Bears

Green: Colts at Bills

Yellow: Dolphins at Jets

Orange: Texans at Titans

Blue: Bengals at Raiders

TV schedule for NFL Week 11 games

Below are the Sunday afternoon games that will be broadcast regionally. “Sunday Night Football” will feature the Steelers and the Chargers in a game that could prove crucial in the bunched-up AFC Wild Card race.

“Monday Night Football” will see the Buccaneers and Giants face off for the third consecutive season. Last year, the Buccaneers were able to escape with a 25-23 win in another Monday night game. Tom Brady has performed well against the Giants in the regular season, but most of his career games against them, playoffs included, have been close.

CBS coverage

Fox coverage

List of Week 11 NFL games by TV market

(TV markets listed in order by size)

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