Your NFL TV Viewing Maps For Today, Including The Game That No One Wanted
Rick Chandler 10:30 am, October 19th, 2014
When future generations ask about today's Browns at Jaguars game (laugh track), precious few old-timers will be able to recall the details. That's because hardly anyone's going to see it on conventional television -- this game may have the smallest reach since the NFL started showing this stuff on TV.
If you put your face up really close to the computer screen you can see those little swaths of purple in the CBS TV viewing map -- that's the Cleveland-Jacksonville game. The tilt will be shown only in the Jacksonville area in Florida, in northern Ohio, and then in coastal Georgia, a tiny scrap of territory outside of the Dallas area (?), and the northwestern tip of Pennsylvania. I hope those are Browns fans up there in Erie.
Otherwise most of the country gets Cincinnati at Indianapolis on CBS, and Carolina at Green Bay on Fox. Dominating late games: KC at San Diego (CBS), Giants at Dallas (Fox). Sunday night extravaganza: 49ers and Broncos.