NFL Week 4 coverage map: TV schedule for CBS, Fox regional broadcasts

Week 4 of the 2021 NFL season is here and once again, there will be plenty of afternoon games to watch on Sunday. This week, CBS will be broadcasting two games regionally while Fox will only broadcast one on Sunday.

This continues the seesaw of the networks, as each week, they alternate which network gets to show two games and which one shows one.

The CBS Week 4 schedule is packed with solid matchups to watch. Most will be treated to the Chiefs at Eagles game in the early slate while Steelers at Packers will be the main dish on the late menu. Others will get to see the Broncos vs. Ravens game in the late slate, another contest between two potential playoff teams.

Meanwhile, Fox will only be broadcasting one of its six games in each region of the country, but they have some great matchups to watch. The Panthers at Cowboys game will be the big draw, but the battles of two NFC West teams — the Seahawks at 49ers and Cardinals at Rams — could be excellent displays as well.

In fact, all three of those games could end up being playoff previews. And one of them, the Cardinals-Rams game, will feature a team losing for the first time this season.

Below are the full NFL coverage maps for Week 4, plus a list of major TV markets and the CBS and Fox games that will be presented in each on Sunday.

NFL coverage map Week 4

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Red: Panthers at Cowboys

Blue: Giants at Saints

Orange: Washington at Falcons

Light Blue: Lions at Bears

Green: Seahawks at 49ers (Late)

Yellow: Cardinals at Rams (Late)

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Red: Chiefs at Eagles

Blue: Browns at Vikings

Orange: Texans at Bills

Yellow: Colts at Dolphins

Green: Titans at Jets

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Red: Steelers at Packers

Blue: Ravens at Broncos

TV schedule for NFL Week 4 games

Below are the Sunday afternoon games that will be broadcast regionally. Sunday night’s game will feature the marquee matchup of the week, as Tom Brady returns to New England to play his former team, the Patriots, for the first time since he joined the Buccaneers. 

“Monday Night Football” will be a divisional clash for the third straight week, as the Raiders travel to Los Angeles to face the Chargers.

CBS coverage

Fox coverage

List of Week 4 NFL games by TV market

(TV markets listed in order by size)

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