It's Your NFL TV Viewing Maps For Today, With Two AFC Teams On Fox! (Thunder Clap)
Why does a pocket of Kentucky and southern Indiana get the Lions at Vikings game today? God, and Fox TV, only know. Much of the rest of the nation will be enjoying Green Bay at Miami, where teams from the two most divergent climates in the nation (who play home games outdoors) clash. Here are your NFL TV viewing maps for today. Prepare your snacks accordingly.
Wait, why are Patriots at Bills on Fox? They're from the AFC! Mass hysteria! Real wrath of God stuff. It's actually called flex scheduling, wherein the NFL can shuffle TV games to expose them to a wider audience. Because the NFL is all powerful and controls your TV, and the tides.
"Basically, the NFL has the option of taking up to seven NFC games, which heretofore would have only been on Fox, and seven AFC games and basically putting them on the mirror network," CBS Sports Chairman Sean McManus explained.
Oh, and sorry, Nashville and greater Manhattan/part of NJ area -- you have to watch the Jets. Either get some yardwork done this afternoon, or get NFL Red Zone.
Be the first to know
Want FREE Fantasy and Gaming Advice and Savings Delivered to your Inbox? Sign up for our Newsletter.