The 2016 NFL Week 4 schedule TV map is now available to help fans plan out what games they will watch this week. We have published the latest information to help you follow the pro football action on TV this week. The TV maps are provided 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. Week 4 is the first week this season that we see four games broadcast nationally with the Colts taking on the Jags in London on Sunday Morning. Other games that will be shown nationally include the Dolphins at the Bengals on Thursday Night, KC at Pittsburgh on Sunday Night, and the Giants at the Vikings for Monday Night Football. 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. Sundays typically pose the biggest issues for those who root for a team not based in their geographic area depending on what decisions the networks make if you do not subscribe to the NFL Ticket. You can also check out the printable NFL Week 4 schedule and the schedule of your favorite teams here to plan out your future viewing options. Enjoy!
2016 NFL Week 4 National TV Broadcasts
Thursday Night Football: Miami @ Cincinnati (NFLN)
Sunday Morning: Indianapolis vs Jacksonville in London (CBS)
Sunday Night Football: Kansas City @ Pittsburgh (NBC)
Monday Night Football: NY Giants @ Minnesota (ESPN)
Fox Early NFL Broadcast for Week 4
There are three early games being shown by Fox during week 4. These include the Seahawks playing at the Jets this week (after their offense finally remembering how to play last week), the Lions at the Bears (someone has to win right?), and Carolina at the Falcons. The regional coverage of each game is listed above.
Fox Late NFL Broadcast for Week 4
The late broadcast on Fox has three games. The Cowboys will be playing at the 49ers, Rams at the Cardinals, and the Saints at the Chargers. The regional coverages for the games are listed above for you to plan out which games you want to watch. .
CBS NFL Broadcast
CBS has four early games and one late one this week. The Buffalo at New England matchup will be the final game without Tom Brady for the Patriots, while the Browns will see if they can find a win at Washington this week. The Denver at Tampa Bay game will be shown late, but CBS does not have other games scheduled for this timeframe during week 4.
Complete 2016 NFL Week 4 TV Schedule
To help fans plan out their TV viewing for the rest of Week 4, we have included the remainder of the NFL TV schedule in chronological order for you below.
|Miami at Cincinnati||8:25 pm||Paul Brown Stadium|
|Indianapolis at Jacksonville||9:30 am||London||UK|
|Carolina at Atlanta||1:00 pm||Georgia Dome|
|Oakland at Baltimore||1:00 pm||M&T Bank Stadium|
|Tennessee at Houston||1:00 pm||NRG Stadium|
|Buffalo at New England||1:00 pm||Gillette Stadium|
|Seattle at N.Y. Jets||1:00 pm||MetLife Stadium|
|Cleveland at Washington||1:00 pm||FedEx Field|
|Detroit at Chicago||1:00 pm||Soldier Field|
|Denver at Tampa Bay||4:05 pm||Raymond James Stadium|
|L.A. Rams at Arizona||4:25 pm||University of Phoenix Stadium|
|New Orleans at San Diego||4:25 pm||Qualcomm Stadium|
|Dallas at San Francisco||4:25 pm||Levi's Stadium|
|Kansas City at Pittsburgh 8:30 pm||Heinz Field|
|N.Y. Giants at Minnesota||8:30 pm||TCF Bank Stadium|