Another Sunday in fall means another day full of NFL action all over the country. From the nation’s capitol to the pacific coast northwest all the way down to the Lone Star state, you can’t miss all the football action going down today. We’re getting to the point in the season where teams are starting — or at least trying to — separate themselves from the pack and take leads in their division and respective playoff races.
The NFC slate of games will be on FOX, as they usually are, but we won’t be having any double-header action like we’re used to. Instead, CBS is getting the double-header while FOX is making the Cardinals-Eagles game it’s No. 1 game while CBS is able to view a much better national game in the Broncos-Cheifs later in the afternoon.
It’s clear that CBS is the big winner of the week, with NBC electing to not flex the Broncos-Chiefs game out of the CBS schedule, and it’s such a big deal that Jim Nantz and Phil Sims will be working the game just a few days after working the Cowboys-Raiders Thanksgiving Day game.
Here’s a look at the complete viewing maps for what games to expect on in your market this Sunday afternoon.