Week 9 TV Maps are out: NFL TV Distribution Maps Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf will call the Pats-Dolphins game. NFL TV Distribution Maps - CBS Week 9 Early Even though CBS has the doubleheader, three NFC markets won't get the game because of the rule of not having another game on in competition to that teams game when they are playing at home: no Pats game in Chicago, Atlanta or Tampa. Ravens-Bengals and Texans-Colts gets the coverage over the Pats in most of the AFC North and AFC South markets, though the Pats get pretty good coverage over the rest of the country. Interesting that almost everything west of the Mississippi gets the Pats game (other than Texas and Oklahoma, getting the Texans game obviously) - with the exception of North Dakota (did Adam Vinatieri's relatives request the Colts' game?) and Vegas (Peyton side bets? Hoping for a big scoring game between the Colts and Texans?) Almost everyone gets the Chargers versus Giants for the late CBS game. NFL TV Distribution Maps - CBS Week 9 Late Not a surprise, it is one of the few chances for CBS to show the Giants; Jim Nantz and Phil Simms call that game. Most of the Patriots' home area gets the Panthers at Saints as a late game on Fox; Thom Brennaman and Brian Billick call that one. NFL TV Distribution Maps - FOX Week 9 I would have thought that game would go out to most of the country, but that's not the case; Arizona at Chicago as an early game is on most Fox stations.