The areas in purple are scheduled to show the Cleveland Browns host the Oakland Raiders on CBS this Sunday during the 1:00 PM ET time slot. will be calling the action, a group that does very few games during the regular season for CBS.
The Browns, Bengals, Ravens, and Steelers all play at the same time on CBS, so the Cleveland game is getting the bare minimum in coverage this week. In Ohio, the Toledo area and most of Northeast Ohio should see the game. I imagine that the little section on Texas will soon switch to Pittsburgh vs. St. Louis since QB Johnny Manziel is not starting this week. Note: Coverage areas are subject to change. The map is from 506sports.com; click here to see all of their NFL coverage maps this week.
If you live in the Cleveland area, these are the games you will be able to watch on Sunday:
WEEK 3 NFL GAMES AIRING IN CLEVELAND MARKET ON SUNDAY
- 1:00 PM ET: Oakland Raiders vs. Cleveland Browns (CBS)
- 4:05 PM ET: San Francisco 49ers vs. Arizona Cardinals (FOX)
- 4:25 PM ET:
vs. (CBS) (updated from CHI-SEA)
- 8:30 PM ET: (NBC)
Thursday Night Football =
Monday Night Football =
We will have open threads on DBN for all Browns and prime time games.