Here's where you can watch Packers-Raiders

Jordan Schelling
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Oakland Raiders safety Charles Woodson embraces Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers before a preseason game at Lambeau Field.

Want to watch the Packers take on the Raiders this week? Your best bet is to be in Wisconsin or northern California.

After three straight national broadcasts, only a small portion of the country will see Green Bay's game this week, according to That portion does not include northwestern Wisconsin, where they'll get the Bears-Vikings game on local FOX stations.

The early CBS game in the Green Bay area and much of the country will be Titans-Patriots, while the southern part of the state will get Texans-Colts, likely due to the J.J. Watt connection. CBS will show the Broncos-Steelers game as its primary late game, with Jim Nantz and Phil Simms on the call.

Chris Myers and Ronde Barber will be on the call for Packers-Raiders, a 3:05 p.m. kickoff on FOX. The game will be shown to orange shaded areas on the FOX map.

Go to to see the full TV coverage maps, which are subject to change throughout the week.

FOX will show the Packers-Raiders games to areas shaded orange on the map, which is subject to change throughout the week. Go to for the latest updates.
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