NFL Week 6 coverage map: TV schedule for CBS, Fox regional broadcasts

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Week 6 of the 2021 NFL season will contain the thinnest Sunday slate so far. Four teams — the 49ers, Saints, Falcons and Jets — are on bye this week meaning that just 14 games will be played in Week 6. There will be prime-time games on Thursday, Sunday and Monday as usual, but there will also be a London game on Sunday morning. That means the normal Sunday afternoon game slate will feature just 10 games.

The good news is that the slate figures to be a solid one with plenty of intriguing matchups featuring contenders that NFL fans will want to watch closely.

This week, CBS and Fox are roughly splitting the available games, though CBS is the network that will air two games this week. Meanwhile, Fox will show just one during the Sunday afternoon game slate, with the Cardinals-Browns game looking like the cream of the crop among their options.

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CBS will largely be focused on their late-game window, as they’ll prioritize a meeting between the Cowboys and Patriots as their top game of the week. In the early slate, the Chargers and Ravens is the best game for CBS, though the Chiefs’ game against Washington will be on plenty of airwaves considering that Patrick Mahomes and Chiefs need to bounce back and avoid falling two games below .500.

Below are the full NFL coverage maps for Week 6, 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 6

( NFL coverage maps courtesy of  506sports.com )

(Courtesy of 506Sports)

Red: Packers at Bears

Blue: Rams at Giants

Yellow: Vikings at Panthers

Orange: Bengals at Lions

Green: Cardinals at Browns (Late)

(Courtesy of 506Sports)

Red: Chiefs at Washington

Blue: Chargers at Ravens

Green: Texans at Colts

(Courtesy of 506Sports)

Red: Cowboys at Patriots

Blue: Raiders at Broncos

TV schedule for NFL Week 6 games

Below are the Sunday afternoon games that will be broadcast regionally. Sunday night’s game will feature a rematch of Super Bowl 40, as Geno Smith and the Seahawks will travel to Pittsburgh to take on Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers.

“Monday Night Football” will be another matchup of two AFC playoff teams from last year. The Bills will play the Titans on the road in Tennessee. Those two teams met last year in a Tuesday night game that the Titans won 42-16.

CBS coverage

  • Chiefs at Washington (1 p.m. ET)
  • Chargers at Ravens (1 p.m. ET)
  • Texans at Colts (1 p.m. ET)
  • Cowboys at Patriots (4:25 p.m. ET)
  • Raiders at Broncos (4:25 p.m. ET)

Fox coverage

  • Packers at Bears (1 p.m. ET)
  • Rams at Giants (1 p.m. ET)
  • Vikings at Panthers (1 p.m. ET)
  • Bengals at Lions (1 p.m. ET)
  • Cardinals at Browns (4:05 p.m. ET)

List of Week 6 NFL games by TV market

(TV markets listed in order by size)

Market CBS early Fox early CBS late Fox late
New York Chargers at Ravens Rams at Giants Cowboys at Patriots
Los Angeles Chargers at Ravens Rams at Giants Raiders at Broncos
Chicago Chiefs at Washington Packers at Bears Cowboys at Patriots
Philadelphia Chiefs at Washington Packers at Bears Cowboys at Patriots
Dallas-Ft. Worth Chiefs at Washington Packers at Bears Cowboys at Patriots
San Francisco/Bay area Chargers at Ravens Packers at Bears Raiders at Broncos
Washington D.C. Chiefs at Washington Cowboys at Patriots Cardinals at Browns
Houston Texans at Colts Cowboys at Patriots Cardinals at Browns
Boston Chargers at Ravens Packers at Bears Cowboys at Patriots
Atlanta Chiefs at Washington Packers at Bears Cowboys at Patriots
Phoenix Chargers at Ravens Cowboys at Patriots Cardinals at Browns
Tampa/St. Petersburg Chiefs at Washington Packers at Bears Cowboys at Patriots
Seattle Chargers at Ravens Cowboys at Patriots Cardinals at Browns
Detroit Chiefs at Washington Bengals at Lions Cowboys at Patriots
Minneapolis-St. Paul Chiefs at Washington Vikings at Panthers Cowboys at Patriots
Miami Chargers at Ravens Packers at Bears Cowboys at Patriots
Denver Chiefs at Washington Packers at Bears Raiders at Broncos
Orlando Chargers at Ravens Packers at Bears Cowboys at Patriots
Cleveland Chargers at Ravens Cowboys at Patriots Cardinals at Browns
Sacramento Chargers at Ravens Packers at Bears Raiders at Broncos
Charlotte Chiefs at Washington Vikings at Panthers Cowboys at Patriots
Portland Chargers at Ravens Raiders at Broncos Cardinals at Browns
St. Louis Chiefs at Washington Packers at Bears Cowboys at Patriots
Pittsburgh Chargers at Ravens Cowboys at Patriots Cardinals at Browns
Indianapolis Texans at Colts Cowboys at Patriots Cardinals at Browns
Baltimore Chargers at Ravens Cowboys at Patriots Cardinals at Browns
Raleigh-Durham Chiefs at Washington Vikings at Panthers Cowboys at Patriots
Nashville Chiefs at Washington Packers at Bears Cowboys at Patriots
San Diego Chargers at Ravens Rams at Giants Raiders at Broncos
Salt Lake City Chargers at Ravens Packers at Bears Raiders at Broncos
San Antonio Texans at Colts Packers at Bears Cowboys at Patriots
Kansas City Chiefs at Washington Packers at Bears Raiders at Broncos
Columbus Chargers at Ravens Cowboys at Patriots Cardinals at Browns
Milwaukee Chiefs at Washington Packers at Bears Cowboys at Patriots
Cincinnati Chargers at Ravens Bengals at Lions Cowboys at Patriots
Las Vegas Chargers at Ravens Packers at Bears Raiders at Broncos
Jacksonville Chiefs at Washington Packers at Bears Cowboys at Patriots
Oklahoma City Chiefs at Washington Cowboys at Patriots Cardinals at Browns
New Orleans Chiefs at Washington Bengals at Lions Cowboys at Patriots
Memphis Chiefs at Washington Packers at Bears Cowboys at Patriots
Buffalo Chargers at Ravens Cowboys at Patriots Cardinals at Browns



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