Welcome back from the bye week. After getting to spend last weekend enjoying some RedZone channel and general football coverage, we get the San Francisco 49ers back in our lives this Sunday. The 49ers travel north to face the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, with the game kicking off at 1:25 p.m. PT on FOX. Chris Myers and Ronde Barber are calling the game, which likely means more awful announcing.
The folks at 506sports.com are back with their weekly broadcast maps. Their maps cover the entire United States, and accurately portray who can watch each NFL game. This week, the game is in the 49ers and Seahawks main broadcast areas, and not much else. Of course, that covers the entire northwestern part of the country, but it is overshadowed everywhere else by Packers-Vikings. You can view the map at the link above, but in the meantime, I'll list out notable media regions that should have the game on CBS:
1. Northern California - Fresno north
2. Washington - all of it
3. Oregon - all of it
4. Nevada - Reno market
5. Idaho - all but small southeast sliver
6. Montana - northern and western
7. Wyoming - just a sliver of the western portion
8. Alaska - all of it
And per usual, we have the international viewing options as well. As always, if you have a suggestion we did not include, let me know in the comments.
Canada: TBD (A Rouge Point).
Armed Forces Network-Europe: No broadcast
Far East: Our friends at All Sports Network TV will not be broadcasting this game
Australia: 7Mate at 8:25 a.m. Sydney time
Mexico: FOX Sports