Each week of the NFL season, either FOX or CBS gets to show a Sunday afternoon doubleheader. The other network only gets to show one game. There are exceptions, but that is the normal operating procedure for the NFL regular season. In Week 1 of the 2017 NFL season, FOX has a doubleheader while CBS will show one game to each region.
If you live in the New York area, you will see:
Jets at Bills early on CBS
Eagles at Redskins early on FOX
Seahawks at Packers late on FOX
You can see the games in your area here.
Tomorrow afternoon’s game is a 1:00 p.m. Eastern kickoff. Kevin Harlan and Rich Gannon will call the game. The game will be seen through New York State, New England, South Florida for those of you with power (Stay safe!), and the Greenville, North Carolina market(?).
Those of you outside those areas have more limited options. DirecTV is still the only game in town for out of market American fans. They also offer a streaming package to students and those who cannot get DirecTV because of where they live.
The entire nation will see Giants at Cowboys Sunday night on NBC, Saints at Vikings Monday night on ESPN, and Chargers at Broncos Monday night on ESPN.