The first week of the NFL regular season schedule definitely had some exciting games to watch. We have published the 2016 NFL week 2 TV map for fans to use to help see what games they can watch in their local area this week. The latest information on the regional coverages is published below courtesy of 506 Sports, the unofficial broadcast maps for the games that will be shown on both CBS and FOX. Please not that these listing are subject to change by the NFL and broadcast networks on short notice. This week, there will be three games shown nationally. The Thursday Night game featuring the Jets playing at the Bills, the Sunday Night matchup with the Packers visiting the Vikings, and the Monday Night game seeing the Eagles play at Chicago. For Thursday Night Football, Sunday Night Football, and Monday Night Football, fans usually do not have an issue watching their favorite teams during the regular season. Most of the time, the Sunday games are the ones that you need to see what the coverage map is going to bring to your local area if you do not have a subscription that brings you all of the games. You can also check out the printable NFL week 2 schedule and the schedule of your favorite teams here to plan out your future viewing options. Enjoy!
2016 NFL Week 2 National TV Broadcasts
Thursday Night: NY Jets @ Buffalo (CBS; NFLN)
Sunday Night: Green Bay @ Minnesota (NBC)
Monday Night: Philadelphia @ Chicago (ESPN)
2016 NFL Week 2 TV Maps
FOX NFL Broadcast
For week 2 of the NFL regular season schedule, FOX is only showing games from the early slate. Dallas playing at Washington has the widest coverage in the Midwest along with Texas and portions of the East Coast. Seattle traveling to play at the LA Rams is pretty heavily biased towards the home markets to include the St. Louis area and much of Ohio and western Pennsylvania.
CBS Early NFL Broadcast
The CBS early slate of games for week 2 of the NFL season has some wide coverage planned for the Bengals at the Steelers and the Chiefs playing at Houston. The Miami @ New England matchup is pretty much biased towards the team’s two home markets, and the Baltimore at Cleveland game has the over all least amount of coverage planned for these games.
CBS Late NFL Broadcast
If you are an Indy or Denver fan, the odds are you will probably be in or close to the network coverage for the game. The Jags playing at the Chargers is primarily being shown strictly in the regional markets for those two teams, while Atlanta playing at Oakland is being shown to a big larger area of the country.
Complete 2016 NFL Week 2 TV Schedule
To help fans plan out their TV viewing for the rest of week 2, we have included the remainder of the NFL TV schedule in chronological order for you below.
|N.Y. Jets at Buffalo||8:25 pm||Ralph Wilson Stadium|
|San Francisco at Carolina||1:00 pm||Bank of America Stadium|
|Baltimore at Cleveland||1:00 pm||FirstEnergy Stadium|
|Tennessee at Detroit||1:00 pm||Ford Field|
|Kansas City at Houston||1:00 pm||NRG Stadium|
|Miami at New England||1:00 pm||Gillette Stadium|
|New Orleans at N.Y. Giants||1:00 pm||MetLife Stadium|
|Cincinnati at Pittsburgh||1:00 pm||Heinz Field|
|Dallas at Washington||1:00 pm||FedEx Field|
|Tampa Bay at Arizona||4:05 pm||University of Phoenix Stadium|
|Seattle at L.A. Rams||4:05 pm||Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum|
|Indianapolis at Denver||4:25 pm||Sports Authority Field|
|Atlanta at Oakland||4:25 pm||O.co Coliseum|
|Jacksonville at San Diego||4:25 pm||Qualcomm Stadium|
|Green Bay at Minnesota||8:30 pm||TCF Bank Stadium|
|Philadelphia at Chicago||8:30 pm||Soldier Field|