NFL Week 5 coverage map: TV schedule for CBS, Fox regional broadcasts

NFL coverage map week 5

The NFL is gearing up for another 12-game slate Sunday afternoon in Week 5. There are the usual three prime-time games and another game in London, which will be played alone on Sunday morning.

As usual, Fox and CBS are splitting their coverage of the Sunday afternoon games. As there is an even number of competitions this week, they will be split down the middle; Normally you have an advantage in terms of the number of matches broadcast, but that’s not the case this week.

However, Fox will air a doubleheader in Week 5, while CBS’s regional coverage will only include one game. So this is Fox’s week to gain the upper hand among broadcasting giants.

Fox will likely be looking to some of the NFC’s best teams to drive Week 5 coverage. The Buccaneers vs. Falcons game should be the marquee matchup in the early window, while most of America gets to see Cowboys vs. Rams in the afternoon.

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As for CBS, its coverage will be more regionalized, but the focus will be on an interesting contest between the Bills and Steelers. Rookie Kenny Pickett is making his first career start against Buffalo’s stellar defense, so many fans will be interested in his performance.

Below is the full NFL coverage map for Week 5, along with a list of the major TV markets and the CBS and Fox games each Sunday will feature.

NFL coverage map week 5

(NFL coverage maps courtesy of 506sports.com)

NFL coverage map week 5

(Courtesy of 506Sports.com)

Red: Hawks at Buccaneers

Blue: Bears at Vikings

Green: Lions at Patriots

Yellow: Seahawks at Saints

NFL coverage map week 5

(Courtesy of 506Sports.com)

Red: Cowboys at Rams

Blue: eagle in cardinals

NFL coverage map week 5

(Courtesy of 506Sports.com)

Red: Steelers at Bills

Green: Dolphins at Jets

Yellow: Chargers at Browns

orange: Titans at Commanders

Light Blue: Texans at Jaguars

Blue: 49ers at Panthers (LATE)

TV schedule for NFL Week 5 games

The Week 5 Sunday Night Football matchup will feature an AFC North game between the Ravens and the Bengals. Last season, Cincinnati clearly beat Baltimore in the two meetings between the teams. Joe Burrow has prevailed against the Ravens’ blitz-heavy defense, but Lamar Jackson will be able to run on the Bengals’ defense if nose tackle DJ Reader is down.

“Monday Night Football” is also a Divisional matchup in Week 5. The Raiders (1-3) will look to upset the Chiefs (3-1) on the street at Arrowhead Stadium. Kansas City comfortably won both meetings with Las Vegas last season, so Josh McDaniels’ side will be looking for revenge this season.

Below are the Sunday afternoon games being broadcast regionally by CBS and Fox.

CBS coverage

  • Steelers at Bills (1 p.m. ET)
  • Dolphins at Jets (1:00 p.m. ET)
  • Chargers at Browns (1 p.m. ET)
  • Titans at Commanders (1:00 PM ET)
  • Texans at Jaguars (1 p.m. ET)
  • 49ers at Panthers (4:05 p.m. ET)

fox cover

  • Falcons at Buccaneers (1 p.m. ET)
  • Bears at Vikings (1 p.m. ET)
  • Lions at Patriots (1 p.m. ET)
  • Seahawks at Saints (1 p.m. ET)
  • Cowboys at Rams (4:25 p.m. ET)
  • Eagles at Cardinals (4:25 p.m. ET)

List of Week 5 NFL games by TV market

(TV markets ranked by size)

marketCBS earlyfox earlyCBS latefox late
new YorkDolphins at JetsFalcons at BuccaneersCowboys at Rams
The angelChargers at BrownsFalcons at BuccaneersCowboys at Rams
ChicagoSteelers on billsBears at VikingsCowboys at Rams
PhiladelphiaSteelers on billsFalcons at BuccaneersEagles in cardinals
Dallas-Ft. valueSteelers on billsFalcons at BuccaneersCowboys at Rams
San Francisco/Bay areaFalcons at Buccaneers49ers at the PanthersCowboys at Rams
Washington, D.CTitans at CommandersFalcons at BuccaneersCowboys at Rams
HoustonTexans at JaguarsFalcons at BuccaneersCowboys at Rams
BostonLions with the Patriots49ers at the PanthersCowboys at Rams
AtlantaFalcons at Buccaneers49ers at the PanthersCowboys at Rams
PhoenixSteelers on billsFalcons at BuccaneersEagles in cardinals
Tampa/St. PetersburgFalcons at Buccaneers49ers at the PanthersCowboys at Rams
SeattleSeahawks at Saints49ers at the PanthersCowboys at Rams
DetroitSteelers on billsLions with the PatriotsCowboys at Rams
Minneapolis-St. PaulBears at Vikings49ers at the PanthersCowboys at Rams
MiamiDolphins at JetsFalcons at BuccaneersCowboys at Rams
DenverSteelers on billsFalcons at BuccaneersCowboys at Rams
OrlandoDolphins at JetsFalcons at BuccaneersCowboys at Rams
ClevelandChargers at BrownsBears at VikingsCowboys at Rams
SacramentoFalcons at Buccaneers49ers at the PanthersCowboys at Rams
CharlotteFalcons at Buccaneers49ers at the PanthersCowboys at Rams
PortlandSeahawks at Saints49ers at the PanthersCowboys at Rams
st louisSteelers on billsBears at VikingsCowboys at Rams
PittsburghSteelers on billsFalcons at BuccaneersCowboys at Rams
IndianapolisSteelers on billsBears at VikingsCowboys at Rams
BaltimoreTitans at CommandersFalcons at BuccaneersCowboys at Rams
Raleigh DurhamFalcons at Buccaneers49ers at the PanthersCowboys at Rams
NashvilleTitans at CommandersFalcons at BuccaneersCowboys at Rams
San DiegoChargers at BrownsFalcons at BuccaneersCowboys at Rams
Salt Lake CitySteelers on billsFalcons at BuccaneersCowboys at Rams
Saint AnthonyTexans at JaguarsFalcons at BuccaneersCowboys at Rams
Kansas CitySteelers on billsBears at VikingsCowboys at Rams
ColumbusChargers at BrownsBears at VikingsCowboys at Rams
MilwaukeeSteelers on billsBears at VikingsCowboys at Rams
cincinnatiSteelers on billsBears at VikingsCowboys at Rams
Las VegasSteelers on billsFalcons at BuccaneersCowboys at Rams
JacksonvilleTexans at JaguarsFalcons at BuccaneersCowboys at Rams
Oklahoma CitySteelers on billsFalcons at BuccaneersCowboys at Rams
New OrleansSeahawks at Saints49ers at the PanthersCowboys at Rams
memphisTitans at CommandersFalcons at BuccaneersCowboys at Rams
buffaloSteelers on billsLions with the PatriotsCowboys at Rams

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