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NFL coverage map 2022: TV schedule Week 4

Bills-Ravens and Titans-Colts are among the most important NFL games in Week 4, but what games will be available in your area?

There has been a bit of sloppy quarterback play in the early going but the NFL season has delivered a ton of drama so far. Only two teams are undefeated entering Week 4, which should set the stage for some excellent playoff races throughout the season.

There are some interesting matchups on tap for Week 4, including a showdown in Baltimore between the Bills and Ravens along with a huge AFC South matchup between the Titans and Colts, but what games will be available in your area and who will call the action? Check out this week’s NFL TV Coverage Maps, courtesy of 506 Sports, to find out.

NFL Week 4 TV Coverage Maps

Thursday, Sept. 29

Thursday Night Football (Amazon Prime)

Miami Dolphins (3-0) at Cincinnati Bengals (1-2): Al Michaels, Kirk Herbstreit

The Thursday night game this week features the unbeaten Dolphins looking to improve to 4-0 against Joe Burrow and the Bengals. It is the first showdown on Amazon that isn’t a divisional clash.

Sunday, Oct. 2

NFL International Series (NFL Network)

Minnesota Vikings (2-1) vs. New Orleans Saints (1-2) (9:30 a.m.): Kevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez

The NFL’s first international game of the season sees the Vikings take on the Saints in London. New Orleans will serve as the home team for the Sunday morning clash.

FOX (Singleheader)

Washington Commanders (1-2) at Dallas Cowboys (1-2) (Red): Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen

Chicago Bears (2-1) at New York Giants (2-1) (Blue): Joe Davis, Daryl Johnston

Seattle Seahawks (1-2) at Detroit Lions (1-2) (Yellow): Chris Myers, Robert Smith

Tennessee Titans (1-2) at Indianapolis Colts (1-1-1) (Orange): Adam Amin, Mark Schlereth

Arizona Cardinals (1-2) at Carolina Panthers (1-2) (Green, 4:05 p.m.): Kenny Albert, Jonathan Vilma

FOX has the single header this week and most of the country will get an NFC East showdown between the Giants and Commanders. The only game featuring two teams with winning records on FOX this week is actually the Bears-Giants showdown at MetLife Stadium while Cardinals-Panthers is the 4:05 option for markets who don’t get a 1:00 game.

CBS (Early Window)

NFL coverage map 2022: TV schedule Week 4

Buffalo Bills (2-1) at Baltimore Ravens (2-1) (Red): Ian Eagle, Charles Davis

New York Jets (1-2) at Pittsburgh Steelers (1-2) (Blue): Greg Gumbel, Adam Archuleta

Los Angeles Chargers (1-2) at Houston Texans (0-2-1) (Green): Andrew Catalon, James Lofton

Jacksonville Jaguars (2-1) at Philadelphia Eagles (2-1) (Yellow): Spero Dedes, Jay Feely

Cleveland Browns (2-1) at Atlanta Falcons (1-2) (Orange): Beth Mowins, Tiki Barber

The vast majority of the country will start their day with the huge Bills-Ravens showdown in Baltimore. The rest of the action is heavily regionalized with the surprising Jaguars-Eagles showdown between division leaders getting little play outside of local markets.

CBS (Late Window)

NFL coverage map 2022: TV schedule Week 4

New England Patriots (1-2) at Green Bay Packers (2-1) (Red): Jim Nantz, Tony Romo

Denver Broncos (2-1) at Las Vegas Raiders (0-3) (Blue): Kevin Harlan, Trent Green

CBS is going with largely an East-West split for its late window games with Patriots-Packers going to the East and Broncos-Raiders out West. Jim Nantz and Tony Romo will be at Lambeau Field on the call.

Sunday Night Football (NBC)

Kansas City Chiefs (2-1) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-1): Mike Tirico, Cris Collinsworth

The most anticipated game of the week is the latest showdown between Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady in Tampa Bay. Mike Tirico and Cris Collinsworth will be on the call for what could be the final meeting between the pair.

Monday, Oct. 3

Monday Night Football (ESPN)

Los Angeles Rams (2-1) at San Francisco 49ers (1-2): Joe Buck, Troy Aikman

Week 4 wraps up with a big NFC West showdown between the Rams and 49ers. The Manningcast will also be back on ESPN2 this week as an alternate telecast.

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