The San Francisco 49ers return home this weekend to face the 10-3 Cincinnati Bengals. The game was originally scheduled for Sunday Night Football, but it was flexed out when it was clear the 49ers were a bad football team. Well, it was already clear, but it was pretty inevitable. The 49ers are coming off an ugly loss to the Cleveland Browns, while the Bengals lost Andy Dalton for at least a month in their loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Sunday's game kicks off at 1:25 a.m. PT on CBS, with Spero Dedes and Solomon Wilcots in the booth, and former NFL kicker Jay Feely on the sideline.
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 entirely a regional broadcast in the 49ers and Bengals main broadcast areas. 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 - Bakersfield and Santa Barbara north
2. Nevada - Reno market
3. Oregon - South, Southwest portion of the state
4. Ohio - Cincinnati and Columbus markets
5. Kentucky - Louisville, Lexington markets
6. Indiana - Southeast portion of the state
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: Does not appear to be airing (A Rouge Point).
Armed Forces Network-Europe: No broadcast
Australia: 7Mate was showing games early in the year, but is apparently no longer showing them since Jarryd Hayne was sent to the practice squad.