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NFL Week 13 national TV maps: Will the Bengals vs Eagles game be on your TV?

If you don’t live in the Ohio area or Philadelphia metro area, you likely won’t have the Bengals vs Eagles game on your TV.

Week 13 in the NFL begins in Minnesota where head coach Mike Zimmer had emergency eye surgery on Wednesday and is not certain to be on the sidelines when the 10-1 Dallas Cowboys come to town.

If the Cowboys win and the Buccaneers lose or tie, or if the Cowboys win and the Redskins lose, the Cowboys will clinch a playoff spot this week.

As for the Bengals, they take on the Eagles in Cincinnati and the game will mostly be available only locally. Though, since the Browns are on a bye, those in the Cleveland area will see the Bengals game televised this week.

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The Bengals are on FOX this week, but on CBS at 1:00 p.m. ET is the Dolphins at Ravens game. The Ravens need to win this week (or have the Steelers lose) to maintain first place in the AFC North. But the Dolphins have a lot on the line, too, as they want to keep their Wild Card positioning, which currently has them slotted into the No. 6 seed.

Late in the afternoon on FOX will be the Giants at Steelers game. The Giants are on a six game winning streak and the Steelers are coming off a dominant win over the Colts.

Sunday Night Football sees the Carolina Panthers travel to Seattle to take on the Seahawks. The Seahawks are coming off a bad loss to the Buccaneers, in which they were only able to score five points. Seattle might just be the most inconsistent team in the league right now. They've had 30+ point wins but also two games in which they were unable to score more than six points. They currently stand at 7-3-1 and still are in good positioning to win the NFC West.

The week finishes off with the Indianapolis Colts in New Jersey to face the Jets. The Colts are underperforming this year at 5-6 and the Jets are out of the playoff picture at 3-8. The Colts are currently in third place in the AFC South with the Texans and Titans ahead of them. But, the AFC South is still up for the taking with each of those three teams separated in the standings by a game or less.

Which games will you be watching this week?