Announcers: Greg Gumbel & Adam Archuleta
Ohio Coverage: Most of Ohio will get to see the game, including the Columbus and Cincinnati areas. In Northeast Ohio, the game will appear on WOIO (Channel 19).
National Coverage: The Browns are not the primay morning game this week — that honor belongs to the Raiders vs. Steelers game. The main areas that will see the Browns game outside of Ohio are Texas (but not the Dallas area) and Oklahoma.
Streaming Coverage: Sign up for fuboTV
The GREEN areas of the map below illustrates everyone who should be able to watch the game:
Map is from 506sports.com.
WEEK 2 NFL GAMES AIRING NATIONALLY OR IN CLEVELAND
- Thursday - 8:20 PM ET: New York Giants vs. Washington Football Team (NFLN)
- Sunday - 1:00 PM ET: Houston Texans vs. Cleveland Browns (CBS)
- Sunday - 4:05 PM ET: Atlanta Falcons vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (FOX)
- Sunday - 4:25 PM ET: Dallas Cowboys vs. Los Angeles Chargers (CBS)
- Sunday - 8:20 PM ET: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Baltimore Ravens (NBC)
- Monday - 8:15 PM ET: Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers (ESPN)
We will have open threads on DBN for all Browns and prime time games.