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NFL Week 5 TV Maps: Bengals vs Cowboys available for majority of U.S.

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If you don’t live in Cincinnati or Dallas, there’s still a very good chance the game will be on where you live on Sunday.

Week 5 in the NFL kicks off on Thursday night with the Arizona Cardinals vs San Francisco 49ers on CBS, NFL Network and Twitter. Carson Palmer will not not be playing as he’s dealing with a concussion, and we can expect this to be a pretty unexciting game. But, which games are on your TV on Sunday? Well, no matter where you live, there’s a pretty high chance the Bengals-Cowboys game will be on TV where you live on Sunday at 4:25 p.m. ET.

But, before the Bengal game, the Jets vs Steelers game will be on in Cincinnati on CBS, as will the Redskins vs Ravens game, on FOX. So, you'll have your choice of AFC North foes to watch. Here are the national TV maps, via 506sports.com.

There’s actually only a small portion of the country that will get the Washington-Baltimore game, but, those in Cincinnati are part of it. It could be a good game to watch for Bengals fans to scout the team Cincinnati plays in Week 8 in London as well as a team Cincinnati will play twice this (and every) year, both times in the second half of the season.

The Bengals vs Cowboys game will be on CBS and Jim Nantz and Phil Simms will be calling the game. The west coast, a patch in the midwest and upstate New York are just about the only places in the U.S. that won’t have the intra-conference clash televised.

Sunday Night Football features the New York Giants at the Green Bay Packers. This is the second straight primetime game for New York and you can bet all eyes will be on Odell Beckham Jr., who has had a rough start to the 2016 season (0 touchdowns) and had his worst game ever against the Vikings on Monday Night Football last week.

The week ends with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the Carolina Panthers. After Cam Newton experienced a concussion last week, it’s not certain he will play on Monday, though, the extra day of rest has to help.

Which games will you be watching in Week 5?