Patriots-Cowboys and Dolphins-Bills are some of the best NFL games in Week 4, but what kind of action will be available in your area?
After a relatively lackluster Week 3, there seems to be quite a few compelling contests in the NFL schedule for Week 4. The key AFC East showdown between Miami and Buffalo highlights the opening window, while New England will aim to return to the .500 against Dallas later in the day.
What games will be available in your region and who will manage the event? Check out this week’s NFL television coverage maps, courtesy of the wonderful 506 Sports staff, below to find out.
NFL Week 4 TV Coverage Maps
Thursday, September 28,
Thursday Night Football (Amazon Prime)
Detroit Lions (2-1) – Green Bay Packers (2-1): Al Michaels, Kirk Herbstreit
Thursday night’s game this week is a battle for first place in the NFC North between the Lions 2-1 and Packers 2-1. The competition is also a rematch of the case of the 18th week of 2022 at Lambeau Field, where Detroit, who had nothing at stake when pitching, knocked Green Bay out of the playoffs and thereby ended Aaron Rodgers’ career with the Packers.
Sunday, October 1st
NFL International Series (ESPN+/NFL+)
Atlanta Falcons(2: 1) – Jacksonville Jaguars (1: 2): Chris Fowler, Louis Riddick, Dan Orlovsky
The NFL International series begins in London as the Jaguars seek to recover from two consecutive losses in a “home” game against Atlanta. There will also be an alternative broadcast on ESPN+ featuring Toy Story characters that should be child-friendly.
CBS (one headline)
- Miami Dolphins (3-0) at Buffalo Bills (2-1) (Red): Jim Nantz, Tony Romo
- Baltimore Ravens (2-1) at Cleveland Browns (2-1) (Blue): Ian Eagle, Charles Davis
- Denver Broncos (0: 3) – Chicago Bears (0: 3) (Yellow): Andrew Catalon, Tiki Barber, Matt Ryan
- Pittsburgh Steelers (2-1) – Houston Texans (1-2) (Orange): Spero Dedes, Adam Archuleta
- Las Vegas Raiders (1-2) vs. Los Angeles Chargers (1-2) (Verde, 4:05 p.m. ET): Kevin Harlan, Trent Green
The CBS window, designed for one match, is notable for the grandiose confrontation between Miami and Buffalo for the first place in the AFC East, which will take place in most of the country. The only game at 4:05 is a division showdown in Los Angeles between the Raiders and Chargers.
FOX (late window)
- New England Patriots (1-2) at Dallas Cowboys (1-2) (Red): Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen
- Arizona Cardinals (1-2) at San Francisco 49ers (3-0) (Blue): Kevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez
In the game of the week in the USA, the Patriots are aiming to win two consecutive victories over a team from Dallas, which suffered a shocking defeat in Arizona last week. This game will be played in most of the country, while the West Coast will host a matchup between the Cardinals and the NFC West 49ers.
FOX (early window)
- Washington Commanders (2-1) – Philadelphia Eagles (3-0) (Red): Joe Davis, Daryl Johnston
- Cincinnati Bengals (1-2) at Tennessee Titans (1-2) (Blue): Adam Amin, Mark Schleret
- Los Angeles Rams (1-2) – Indianapolis Colts (2-1) (Green): Kenny Albert, Jonathan Wilma
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2: 1) – New Orleans Saints (2: 1) (Yellow): Chris Myers, Robert Smith
- Minnesota Vikings (0: 3) – Carolina Panthers (0: 3) (Orange): Alex Faust, Brady Quinn
There is no truly outstanding gameplay in the initial FOX window, so most of the events will be devoted to regional areas of interest. The B team of Joe Davis and Daryl Johnston will be in Philadelphia for the NFC East matchup between the Eagles and the Commanders.
Sunday Night Football (NBC)
Kansas City Chiefs (2-1) – New York Jets (1-2): Mike Tirico, Chris Collinsworth
In Sunday night’s matchup, the Jets will return to NBC for the first time in more than a decade as hosts of the reigning Super Bowl champions. Beleaguered starter Zach Wilson will be under intense pressure to perform in this game as the Jets’ season began to spiral out of control after Aaron Rodgers missed the entire year due to a torn Achilles tendon in Week 1.
Monday, October 2nd
Monday Night Football (ESPN/ABC)
Seattle Seahawks (2-1) – New York Giants (1-2): Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
For the third time in four weeks, the United States can see the Giants in prime time when they host old friend Geno Smith and the Seattle Seahawks in a matchup between the teams of the 2022 NFC Playoffs. The Manningcast broadcast is also returning after a two-week hiatus, so Peyton and Eli will discuss the game on ESPN2.