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NFL Week 14 Odds, Television Coverage and Broadcast Distribution

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5 years ago at 11:00 pm ET
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NFL Week 14 Odds, Television Coverage and Broadcast DistributionWinslow Townson - USA TODAY Sports

NFL Week 14 is shaping up to be very simple in terms of television coverage and broadcast distribution.

NFL Week 14 Early Games on FOX

Shockingly FOX will broadcast an NFC East game to most of the country. Since the Cowboys were not available most of the U.S. will receive Washington at Philadelphia in their early time slot.

Jacksonville ans northern states from Michigan to Montana will get the Vikings at Jaguars instead.

Chargers at Panthers will be available in the Carolinas and San Diego.

Cardinals at Dolphins will be the alternative in Arizona and Fkorida, with the exception of Jacksonville.

 

NFL Week 14 Late Games on FOX

Falcons at Rams will air in Georgia, Alabama and southern California.

Saints at Bucs will be shown in the rest of the southeast.

The remainder of the country gets Seattle at Green Bay.

 

NFL Week 14 Games on CBS

The eastern seaboard from Maine to Florida and then west To Louisiana will receive the Pittsburgh-Buffalo game.

New York City, Philadelphia, Charlotte and Jacksonville are at home at the same time, so they get the late game instead. Those markets along with Minneapolis, Reno, Arizona and North Carolina will instead get the Jets at 49ers dumpster fire in the late time slot.

Back to the early kickoff, the Great Lakes region will receive Chicago at Detroit.

Ohio and Kentucky has to deal with the Browns-Bengals game.

Indiana, Texas and Shreveport will be shown the Texans-Colts AFC North showdown.

Everyone else gets Denver at Tennessee.

 

NFL Week 14 Prime Time Games

Thursday Night: Raiders at Chiefs

Sunday Night: Cowboys at Giants

Monday Night: Ravens at Patriots

 

In other broadcast news the Week 15 Bucs-Cowboys game has, as was expected, been flexed to Sunday night. Tampa Bay has won four in a row and Dallas is a network and media darling right now. The Bengals have under achieved this year, ever since their playoff loss to the Steelers in January. Their game against Pittsburgh now lacks the luster it held when the NFL schedule was announced last spring thanks to Cincy’s 4-7-1 record. That game has now shifted all the way back to a 1:00 pm eastern time kickoff.

 

NFL Week 14 Schedule and Odds

10-2 Oakland Raiders at 9-3 Kansas City Chiefs
Chiefs -3 . . . . . over/under 47

8-4 Denver Broncos at 6-6 Tennessee Titans
Titans -1 . . . . . over/under 43½

5-7 San Diego Chargers at 4-8 Carolina Panthers
Panthers -1 . . . . . over/under 48½

6-6 Houston Texans at 6-6 Indianapolis Colts
Colts -4½ . . . . . over/under 46½

4-7-1 Cincinnati Bengals at 0-12 Cleveland Browns
Bengals -6 . . . . . over/under 43½

7-5 Pittsburgh Steelers at 6-6 Buffalo Bills
Steelers -1½ . . . . . over/under 47

5-6-1 Arizona Cardinals at 7-5 Miami Dolphins
Dolphins -2 . . . . . over/under 43½

3-9 Chicago Bears at 8-4 Detroit Lions
Lions -8 . . . . . over/under 43½

6-6 Minnesota Vikings at 2-10 Jacksonville Jaguars
Vikings -3½ . . . . . over/under 39½

6-5-1 Washington Redskins at 5-7 Philadelphia Eagles
Redskins -1 . . . . . over/under 46½

3-9 New York Jets at 1-11 San Francisco 49ers
Niners -1 . . . . . over/under 46½

5-7 New Orleans Saints at 7-5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Buccaneers -2½ . . . . . over/under 51½

8-3-1 Seattle Seahawks at 6-6 Green Bay Packers
Seahawks -2½ . . . . . over/under 46½

7-5 Atlanta Falcons at 4-8 Los Angeles Rams
Falcons -6 . . . . . over/under 45

10-1 Dallas Cowboys at 8-4 New York Giants
Cowboys -3 . . . . . over/under 47½

7-5 Baltimore Ravens at 10-2 New England Patriots
Patriots -7 . . . . . over/under 45½

 

 


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