The Bengals vs Browns game will be televised in limited markets this weekend and though it's an AFC matchup, it will be on FOX instead of CBS, as AFC games typically are. The Battle of Ohio Part II will be viewable in most of Ohio, Pittsburgh, West Virginia, Kentucky and parts of Indiana. Colorado, Utah and parts of Wyoming will also be able to watch the game on FOX. Here are the afternoon NFL TV maps, via 506sports.com.
After the Bengals vs Browns game, FOX will show the Philadelphia at New England game in the same markets that saw the Bengals game, plus a few other select areas. Most of the country will see the Carolina at New Orleans game. CBS will also have the Denver at San Diego game at 4:05 p.m. EST in both Cincinnati and Cleveland.
Sunday Night Football features the Indianapolis Colts at the Pittsburgh Steelers. Each team is 6-5, and the Colts will be playing to maintain first place in the AFC South. They're currently tied with the Texans for first in the division. The Steelers will be playing to ensure they don't fall further behind in the Wild Card race as they're currently on the outside looking in.
The week ends with an NFC East matchup between the Cowboys and Redskins in Washington. No NFC East team has a winning record and the 5-6 Redskins are in first place. Things are so bad in the division that the 3-8 Cowboys aren't putting Tony Romo on Injured/Reserve just in case they end up making the playoffs. Good luck with that, Cowboys.