The Cincinnati Bengals will host the Baltimore Ravens this Sunday, irrationally closing out a season-series that usually concluded the regular season. Not this year. This year Cincinnati will have played Baltimore twice, even before the Bengals midseason point.
If you're within the surrounding states in Ohio or close in Baltimore, you'll get Sunday's game on the tube. Other areas include parts of the plains, the rockies, Memphis and Houston (I'm fairly certain that someone's five-year old son just randomly points at sh*t to determine who gets what games).
If you're in Cincinnati, then here's your NFL schedule.
The morning starts with the second London game of the season with the Detroit Lions and Atlanta Falcons. This game will be nationally televised on FOX with a 9:30 a.m. kickoff time.
Detroit Lions vs. Atlanta Falcons (FOX)
Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals (CBS)
Indianapolis Colts at Pittsburgh Steelers (CBS)
Philadelphia Eagles at Arizona Cardinals (FOX)
Green Bay Packers at New Orleans Saints (NBC)
Not a bad afternoon of football.