Washington Redskins at Chicago Bears, Philadelphia Eagles at Tennessee Titans, St. Louis Rams at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, San Francisco 49ers at Carolina Panthers, and the Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks headline FOX Sunday for Week 7. A full television coverage map of day and evening games via Fox and CBS can be found HERE.
Washington Redskins at Chicago Bears
Thom Brennaman and Troy Aikman will be in charge of FOX’s main regional game this week as the Washington Redskins and Chicago Bears battle for NFC bragging rights.
This will be the most widely covered game in the Midwest. The Virginas, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and Orlando, Florida areas are expected to receive this telecast. To see a more definite viewing area, check out the map linked on the intro.
Philadelphia Eagles at Tennessee Titans
The second regional day game on FOX is the Philadelphia Eagles at Tennessee Titans. Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, and Tony Siragusa will be announcing this game.
This will be the major game throughout the most northeastern portions of the United States. Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Texas, New Mexico, and Louisiana are also potential markets that will be subject to this telecast.
St. Louis Rams at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The third regional day game for FOX features the St. Louis Rams and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Dick Stockton, Jim Mora Jr., and Charles Davis will be the announcers for this game.
Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas and portions of Western Florida are the primary markets that could be subject to this telecast.
San Francisco 49ers at Carolina Panthers
The San Francisco 49ers at Carolina Panthers are the final regional day game for FOX this week. This game will be anchored by Tim Ryan and Sam Rosen.
California, Nevada, Southern Oregon, the Carolinas, and the most Northern portion of Georgia are potential areas that will see this broadcast.
Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks
The late game featured on Fox is the Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks. This game will be announced by Chris Myers and Brian Billick.
This game will be seen in a select few markets. Washington, Oregon, Arizona, and most areas who will be receiving a CBS home game in their market will be seeing the FOX late game.
You’re encouraged to check the television coverage map that’s given at the beginning of this article. This will prepare you if you won’t have the game available in your area and need to make arrangements to see the game.
Enjoy the telecasts!
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Television Coverage Map from the506.com. October 21, 2010