For those living outside of New England and without the Sunday Ticket, the TV Maps are out: http://the506.com/nflmaps/ http://the506.com/nflmaps/2009/11-CBS-L.html Skipping straight to the important subject matter, the Pats game is getting a little bit less coverage than some would have hoped for. Pretty much everything east of the Mississippi, plus Texas, Minnesota and Wisconsin get the Pats-Jets game, while the western half of the country gets San Diego at Denver for the late game. Jim Nantz and Phil Simms call the play-by-play. http://the506.com/nflmaps/2009/11-CBS-E.html Although the Pats-Jets is CBS' 'national' game, the early game between the Colts and Ravens gets far more coverage. That gets shown everywhere with the exception of the main markets of the three other CBS games (Pit-KC, Cle-Det, Buf-Jax) and the five NFC teams playing at home at the same time on FOX (NY, GB, Min, Dal, TB). http://the506.com/nflmaps/2009/11-FOX.html The FOX games are strictly regional and all but one are early games. The New England area gets Atlanta at the Giants; Washington at Dallas gets a fair amount of coverage in the neutral television markets.