Six NFL teams are on bye in Week 7. That means that there will be only 13 games in Week 7, and with three of those games occurring in stand-alone, prime-time spots, that means there will be just 10 games in the Sunday slate. It’s the second straight week this has happened, but this slate is a bit more balanced than last.
The early window of games will feature six contests while the late window will feature four. So, though the day will be a bit lighter on action than usual, there will still be plenty of opportunities to catch quality NFL games.
This week, CBS and Fox are splitting the 10 games down the middle. Each network will broadcast five games, but it’s CBS that will have the main-slate doubleheader. Fox will air five games but each regional audience will see just one of them throughout the day.
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Fox’s coverage is a bit spread out, as the single-game slate often is, but their main draw will be Aaron Rodgers and the Packers as they host the Washington Football Team.
Meanwhile, CBS will be focused mostly on two games. In the early slate, their big draw is the Chiefs-Titans game. In the late window, they’ll be broadcasting the Bears-Buccaneers game to most of the country as they try to milk as much as they can out of the reigning AFC and NFC Champions.
Below are the full NFL coverage maps for Week 7, plus a list of major TV markets and the CBS and Fox games that will be presented in each on Sunday.