Thursday, January 27

NFL Week 7 Coverage Map: CBS TV Schedule, Fox Regional Broadcasts


Six NFL teams are free in Week 7. That means there will only be 13 games in Week 7, and with three of those games happening at separate venues, in primetime, that means there will only be 10 games on the Blackboard. Sunday. It is the second week in a row that it has happened, but this list is a little more balanced than the previous one.

The first game window will feature six contests, while the last window will feature four. So even though the day will be a little lighter than usual, there will still be plenty of opportunities to watch quality NFL games.

This week, CBS and Fox are dividing the 10 games in half. Each network will air five games, but it is CBS that will have the main doubleheader. Fox will broadcast five games, but each regional audience will see only one of them during the day.

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Fox’s coverage is a bit widespread, as the one-game roster tends to be, but his main draw will be Aaron Rodgers and the Packers as they host the Washington soccer team.

Meanwhile, CBS will focus primarily on two games. At first, its great attraction is the Chiefs-Titans game. In the last window, they will broadcast the Bears-Buccaneers game to most of the country as they try to extract everything they can from the reigning AFC and NFC champions.

Below are the full NFL coverage maps for Week 7, plus a list of the major television markets and the CBS and Fox games that will be featured in each on Sunday.

NFL Week 7 Coverage Map

(NFL coverage maps courtesy of 506sports.com)

(Courtesy of 506Sports)

Red: Washington on the Packers

Green: Panthers in Giants

Orange: Hawks in Dolphins

Blue: Eagles at Raiders (afternoon)

Yellow: Lions in Rams (afternoon)

(Courtesy of 506Sports)

Red: Bosses in Titans

Blue: Bengals at Ravens

Green: Jets at Patriots

(Courtesy of 506Sports)

Red: Bears in Buccaneers

Blue: Texans at Cardinals

TV schedule for NFL Week 7 games

Below are the Sunday afternoon games that will be broadcast regionally. “Sunday Night Football” will feature a showdown between the Colts, who are coming off their second win of the season, and the 49ers, who are coming off a bye week. These two teams made a big trade during the 2020 offseason that sent All-Pro defensive tackle DeForest Buckner to the Colts.

“Monday Night Football” will once again feature the Seahawks led by Geno Smith as he tries to get his first start win since 2016. The Seahawks will host Jameis Winston and the Saints, who are coming off a week off.

CBS coverage

  • Titans bosses (1 p.m. ET)
  • Bengals at Ravens (1 p.m. ET)
  • Jets at Patriots (1 p.m. ET)
  • Bears at Buccaneers (4:25 p.m. ET)
  • Texans at Cardinals (4:25 p.m. ET)

Fox coverage

  • Washington at Packers (1 p.m. ET)
  • Panthers at Giants (1 p.m. ET)
  • Falcons at Dolphins (1 p.m. ET)
  • Eagles at Raiders (4:05 p.m. ET)
  • Lions at Rams (4:05 pm ET)

Week 7 NFL Game List by TV Market

(TV markets listed in order by size)

Market Early CBS Early fox CBS late Late fox
New York Jets at Patriots Panthers in Giants Bears in buccaneers
The Angels Bosses in Titans Bears in buccaneers Lions in Rams
Chicago Bosses in Titans Washington at Packers Bears in buccaneers
Philadelphia Bengals in Ravens Bears in buccaneers Eagles on Raiders
Dallas-Ft. to worth Bosses in Titans Washington at Packers Bears in buccaneers
San Francisco / bay area Bosses in Titans Bears in buccaneers Eagles on Raiders
Washington dc Bengals in Ravens Washington at Packers Bears in buccaneers
Houston Bosses in Titans Washington at Packers Texans at Cardinals
Boston Jets at Patriots Bears in buccaneers Eagles on Raiders
Atlanta Bosses in Titans Hawks on dolphins Bears in buccaneers
Phoenix Bosses in Titans Washington at Packers Texans at Cardinals
Tampa / St. Saint Petersburg Bosses in Titans Washington at Packers Bears in buccaneers
Seattle Bosses in Titans Washington at Packers Bears in buccaneers
Detroit Bosses in Titans Bears in buccaneers Lions in Rams
Minneapolis-St. Pablo Bosses in Titans Washington at Packers Bears in buccaneers
Miami Bosses in Titans Hawks on dolphins Bears in buccaneers
Denver Bosses in Titans Bears in buccaneers Eagles on Raiders
Orlando Bosses in Titans Washington at Packers Bears in buccaneers
Cleveland Bengals in Ravens Washington at Packers Bears in buccaneers
Sacrament Bosses in Titans Bears in buccaneers Eagles on Raiders
Charlotte Bosses in Titans Panthers in Giants Bears in buccaneers
Portland Bosses in Titans Washington at Packers Bears in buccaneers
St. Louis Bosses in Titans Washington at Packers Bears in buccaneers
Pittsburgh Bengals in Ravens Bears in buccaneers Eagles on Raiders
Indianapolis Bosses in Titans Washington at Packers Bears in buccaneers
Baltimore Bengals in Ravens Bears in buccaneers Eagles on Raiders
Raleigh-Durham Bosses in Titans Panthers in Giants Bears in buccaneers
Nashville Bosses in Titans Bears in buccaneers Eagles on Raiders
San Diego Bosses in Titans Bears in buccaneers Lions in Rams
Salt lake city Bosses in Titans Washington at Packers Bears in buccaneers
San antonio Bosses in Titans Washington at Packers Texans at Cardinals
kansas city Bosses in Titans Bears in buccaneers Eagles on Raiders
Colon Bengals in Ravens Bears in buccaneers Eagles on Raiders
Milwaukee Bosses in Titans Washington at Packers Bears in buccaneers
Cincinnati Bengals in Ravens Bears in buccaneers Eagles on Raiders
Las Vegas Bosses in Titans Bears in buccaneers Eagles on Raiders
Jacksonville Bosses in Titans Hawks on dolphins Bears in buccaneers
Oklahoma city Bosses in Titans Washington at Packers Texans at Cardinals
New Orleans Bosses in Titans Washington at Packers Bears in buccaneers
Memphis Bosses in Titans Washington at Packers Bears in buccaneers
Buffalo Bengals in Ravens Bears in buccaneers Eagles on Raiders




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