NFL 2022 coverage map: Week 5 TV schedule


Cowboys-Rams and Dolphins-Jets are among the most intriguing NFL matchups of Week 5, but which games will be available in your region?

While most of the season has produced a slate full of enticing games, Week 5 is an outlier for NFL fans. The prime time games are interesting which is a plus, but the mix of games on Sunday afternoon leaves a lot to be desired.

There are still a few games worth highlighting, including Cooper Rush and the Cowboys taking on the Rams and a critical AFC East battle between the Dolphins and the Jets, but which 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, below to find out.

NFL Week 5 TV Coverage Charts

Thursday, October 6

Thursday Night Football (Amazon Prime)

Indianapolis Colts (1-2-1) at Denver Broncos (2-2): Al Michaels, Kirk Herbstreit

This week kicks off in Denver as two underachieving contenders meet. The Colts and Broncos are struggling with backfield injuries with Jonathan Taylor questionable for this game while Javonte Williams is out for the season for the Broncos.

Sunday October 9

NFL International Series (NFL Network at 9:30 a.m. ET)

New York Giants (3-1) vs. Green Bay Packers (3-1): Kevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez

The second straight game in London features a pair of early NFC contenders as the Giants take on the Packers. Green Bay will serve as the home team in their first-ever international game.

CBS (single header)

Pittsburgh Steelers (1-3) vs. Buffalo Bills (3-1) (Red): Jim Nantz, Tony Romo

Miami Dolphins (3-1) vs. New York Jets (2-2) (Green): Kevin Harlan, Trent Green

Los Angeles Chargers (2-2) at Cleveland Browns (2-2) (Yellow): Greg Gumbel, Adam Archuleta

Tennessee Titans (2-2) against Washington Commanders (1-3) (Orange): Andrew Catalon, James Lofton

Houston Texans (0-3-1) vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-2) (light blue): Spero Dedes, Jay Feely

San Francisco 49ers (2-2) vs. Carolina Panthers (1-3) (Dark Blue, 4:05 p.m.): Ian Eagle, Charles Davis

CBS has the single lead this week and sends most of the Steelers-Bills nationwide, which will see Kenny Pickett make his first NFL start for Pittsburgh. The only 4:05 game on the CBS slate will see the 49ers fly across the country to take on the struggling Panthers.

FOX (first window)

Atlanta Falcons (2-2) vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-2) (Red): Joe Davis Daryl Johnston

Chicago Bears (2-2) vs. Minnesota Vikings (3-1) (Blue): Adam Amin, Mark Schlereth

Detroit Lions (1-3) vs. New England Patriots (1-3) (Green): Kenny Albert, Jonathan Vilma

Seattle Seahawks (2-2) at New Orleans Saints (1-3) (Yellow): Brandon Gaudin Matt Millen

FOX’s first window includes a pair of first place showdowns in the NFC South and NFC North. The Buccaneers game will get most of the national coverage while Bears-Vikings is the clear B game in this quartet.

FOX (late window)

Dallas Cowboys (3-1) at Los Angeles Rams (2-2) (red): Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen

Philadelphia Eagles (4-0) vs. Arizona Cardinals (2-2) (Blue): Chris Myers, Robert Smith

FOX’s top two games are both in this window, but the vast majority of the country will get Cowboys-Rams. Eagles-Cardinals is a good enough game to lead the window but won’t be seen outside of local markets.

Sunday Night Football (NBC)

Cincinnati Bengals (2-2) vs. Baltimore Ravens (2-2): Mike Tirico, Cris Collinsworth

The Bengals make their first Sunday night appearance of the season as they hit the road to take on the Ravens in a critical AFC North game. Joe Burrow and Lamar Jackson’s quarterback game is probably the best of the week.

Monday October 10

Monday Night Football (ESPN)

Las Vegas Raiders (1-3) vs. Kansas City Chiefs (3-1): Joe Buck, Troy Aikman

This clash with AFC West could be epic as the Raiders look to avoid falling into a 1-4 hole on a trip to Arrowhead Stadium to take on the Chiefs. There is no Manningcast this week as Peyton and Eli are out until week 7.


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