The cities shaded in green are scheduled to show the Browns vs. Steelers game. Most of Ohio, including Columbus, are currently set to show the game, despite Baltimore vs. Cincinnati being at the same time. The Browns game is actually getting quite a bit of representation across the country, considering the fact that they were 1-15 a year ago. Maybe the buzz around Myles Garrett and the up-and-coming Browns help with that.
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.
WEEK 1 NFL GAMES AIRING NATIONALLY OR IN CLEVELAND
- Thursday - 8:30 PM ET: Kansas City Chiefs vs. New England Patriots (NBC)
- Sunday - 1:00 PM ET: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns (CBS)
- Sunday - 4:25 PM ET: Seattle Seahawks vs. Green Bay Packers (FOX)
- Sunday - 8:30 PM ET: New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys (NBC)
- Monday - 7:10 PM ET: New Orleans Saints vs. Minnesota Vikings (ESPN)
- Monday - 10:20 PM ET: Los Angeles Chargers vs. Denver Broncos (ESPN)
We will have open threads on DBN for all Browns and prime time games.