NFL coverage map 2021: TV schedule Week 14

NFL coverage map 2021: TV schedule Week 14

Chiefs-Raiders and Cowboys-Washington are among the highlights of the Week 14 NFL schedule but what games will be available in your area?

Week 14 is here in the NFL and it finally brings with it the last bye weeks of the season. New England, Miami, Indianapolis and Philadelphia sit out of Week 14 but there is still an interesting slate of games to enjoy this weekend, including Kansas City’s first matchup of the year against Las Vegas as well as a critical NFC East showdown between Dallas and Washington.

What games will be available in your area and who will be calling all the action? Check out this week’s NFL coverage maps, courtesy of our friends over at 506 Sports, to find out.

Week 14 NFL TV Coverage Maps

Thursday, Dec. 9

Thursday Night Football (FOX/NFL Network)

Pittsburgh Steelers (6-5-1) at Minnesota Vikings (5-7): Joe Buck, Troy Aikman

This week’s Thursday night matchup features a showdown between two teams right in the thick of the playoff hunt as the Steelers travel to Minnesota to take on the Vikings, who will be looking to rebound from a disastrous loss to the Detroit Lions on Sunday. Joe Buck and Troy Aikman are on the call here in their only action of the week since FOX doesn’t have the doubleheader.

Sunday, Dec. 12

FOX (Singleheader)

Dallas Cowboys (8-4) at Washington Football Team (6-6) (Red): Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen

Atlanta Falcons (5-7) at Carolina Panthers (5-7) (Green): Kenny Albert, Jonathan Vilma

Seattle Seahawks (4-8) at Houston Texans (2-10) (Orange): Chris Myers, Daryl Johnston

New York Giants (4-8) at Los Angeles Chargers (7-5) (Blue, 4:05): Adam Amin, Mark Schlereth

Detroit Lions (1-10-1) at Denver Broncos (6-6) (Yellow, 4:05): Kevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez

FOX’s best game of the day comes in the early window as Dallas faces off with Washington in a critical NFC East game that will go to the vast majority of the country. The rest of the action is largely regionalized with Giants-Chargers being the game of choice for FOX stations due to receive a 4:05 game.

CBS (Early Window)

Las Vegas Raiders (6-6) at Kansas City Chiefs (8-4) (Red): Ian Eagle, Charles Davis

Baltimore Ravens (8-4) at Cleveland Browns (6-6) (Blue): Kevin Harlan, Trent Green

New Orleans Saints (5-7) at New York Jets (3-9) (Green): Andrew Catalon, James Lofton

Jacksonville Jaguars (2-10) at Tennessee Titans (8-4) (Yellow): Spero Dedes, Jay Feely

Divisional action dominates CBS’ early window with Chiefs-Raiders being sent to the most markets by far. Ravens-Browns is an intriguing matchup that will get sent to AFC North markets while the other two games will be regionalized.

CBS (Late Window)

Buffalo Bills (7-5) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9-3) (Red): Jim Nantz, Tony Romo

San Francisco 49ers (6-6) at Cincinnati Bengals (7-5) (Blue): Greg Gumbel, Adam Archuleta

The game of the day is a huge showdown at Raymond James Stadium with the Buffalo Bills looking to stabilize their playoff hopes against the defending Super Bowl champs, which most of the country will see. The undercard is an intriguing matchup of Wild Card contenders as the 49ers fly east to take on the Bengals.

Sunday Night Football (NBC)

Chicago Bears (4-8) at Green Bay Packers (9-3): Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth

The NFL’s oldest rivalry takes center stage on Sunday night as the Packers come off their bye looking to move one step closer to an NFC North title against the struggling Chicago Bears. The most intriguing storyline in this game is the continuation of the Matt Nagy watch as an embarrassing performance from Chicago could lead to a firing.

Monday, Dec. 13

Monday Night Football (ESPN/ABC)

Los Angeles Rams (8-4) at Arizona Cardinals (10-2): Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Louis Riddick

This NFC West showdown is a do-or-die game for the Rams, who have to avoid getting swept by the Cardinals to have a shot to win the division. There is no Manningcast this week but the contest will be simulcast on ABC, which should help the game’s ratings improve significantly.

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