The Cincinnati Bengals play the Pittsburgh Steelers at 1:00 p.m. EST on Sunday, but unlike in past years when Bengals games were on sparsely throughout the country, nearly three-quarters of people around the country with a television will be able to watch this weekend's AFC North showdown. The only areas of the United States that won't have the game on are the ones that have their hometown team playing at the same time.
As for what you can watch after the Bengals game, FOX will be broadcasting the Seattle Seahawks at Dallas Cowboys game on Sunday at 4:25 p.m. EST. Sunday Night Football features two undefeated teams, the Green Bay Packers at Denver Broncos. The game should be an exciting matchup between two of the top teams in the league and by the end, there will be no more than four undefeated teams.
Monday Night Football features another undefeated team, the Carolina Panthers, hosting the Indianapolis Colts, who've had a rough start to the season. Who predicted Andy Dalton would be playing better than Andrew Luck after six games of the season? That's right, no one.
It should be a great weekend of football.