Jess Root December 27, 2020 8:49 am
The NFL has already had four games played in Week 16 as they had a Christmas game and then three Saturday games. The Saturday games were only on NFL Network and one was on Amazon Prime Video.
The whole nation can watch the Sunday night game between the Tennessee Titans and Green Bay Packers on NBC and then ESPN’s Monday night matchup features the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots.https://widgets.thescore.com/embeds/d52c253b-d4aa-434b-9b6b-f8321fc1fc57/94FD2ACF25E370A255B45DC1669C834E
But what about the normal Sunday games?
FOX gets a doubleheader today and CBS gets one broadcast.
Below will show what games will air where, based on the information from 506 Sports.
FOX early games
There are only three games on for FOX’s early slot at 1 p.m. ET.
The game with the largest coverage is Falcons-Chiefs, which is indicated in pink.
The blue areas will get to see Giants-Ravens, while the green gets Bengals-Texans.
FOX late games
The late slot will have only two options. The pink areas will see Rams-Seahawks, a game that matters to Arizona Cardinals fans. If the Seahawks win, the Cardinals’ Week 17 game against the Rams is a play-in game for the postseason.
The blue areas will see Eagles-Cowboys.
There are three early games and two late games on the schedule for CBS.
The biggest early game, which will air where it is pink, is Colts-Steelers.
Browns-Jets will air in the green areas (Oklahoma will get to see browns QB Baker Mayfield play). Bears-Jaguars is the final early game and will be broadcast in the areas in yellow.
Panthers-Washington, a late game, airs in the blue areas, while Broncos-Chargers, the other late game, airs where it is orange.