After a week in which most everyone across the country got to see the Patriots play in Brady-Manning XIII, this week will send most out of town Pats fans without the Sunday Ticket off to the local sports bar. Sunday’s game against the Seahawks will be available from just 34 CBS affiliates nationwide, or about 17% of the US. Miami, Philadelphia, Detroit, Denver, Dallas, St. Louis and Milwaukee are among the larger metropolitan areas outside of New England and the Pacific Northwest that will be receiving this game locally.

 

Here is a full list of the stations and markets that will be broadcasting the game between the Patriots and Seahawks:

 

KTVA — Anchorage AK
KKTV — Colorado Springs CO
KCNC — Denver CO
WFSB — Hartford CT
WFOR — Miami FL
WKMG — Orlando FL
WPEC — West Palm Beach FL
KGMB — Honolulu HI
KBOI —- Boise ID
KLEW — Lewiston ID
WBZ —- Boston MA
WSHM — Springfield MA
WJZ —- Baltimore MD
WABI — Bangor ME
WGME — Portland ME
WAGM — Presque Isle ME
WWJ — Detroit MI
WLNS — Lansing MI
WNEM — Saginaw MI
KMOV — St. Louis MO
KBNZ — Bend OR
KVAL — Eugene OR
KTVL — Medford OR
KOIN — Portland OR
KYW — Philadelphia PA
WPRI — Providence RI
KTVT — Dallas TX
WTKR — Norfolk VA
WCAX — Burlington VT
KEPR — Kennewick WA
KIRO — Seattle WA
KREM — Spokane WA
KIMA — Yakima WA
WDJT — Milwaukee WI

 

It is a Fox doubleheader this week so the Pats game will be the only game shown on CBS in the above markets. Most of the country will instead see either the Colts at the Jets or Oakland at Atlanta as an early game. The New England area as well as most of the country will get Dallas at Baltimore as the early game on Fox, followed by the Giants at 49ers late. Thursday night’s game is Pittsburgh at Tennessee on the NFL Network; Sunday night it’s Green Bay at Houston on NBC, and week six concludes with Denver at San Diego Monday night on ESPN.

 

On Tueday night at 9:30 p.m. ET the NFL Network will replay last Sunday’s game between the Broncos and Patriots. Sunday’s game drew a season high 37.6 household rating in the Boston market.

 

 

 

 

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