With playoff races tightening up, Week 12 in the NFL features a number of crucial games. The Seattle Seahawks are on the road and hoping they can gain ground on NFC West leaders, the San Francisco 49ers, who face the New Orleans Saints.
Here's a look at which games will be broadcast for viewers in Washington this weekend. All coverage maps and information courtesy of The506.com.
FOX early game: The first game of the morning for viewers in Seattle is the hometown Seahawks on the road against the Miami Dolphins. The 6-4 Seahawks will take on the 4-6 Dolphins at 10 a.m. PT from Sun Life Stadium in Miami. Chris Myers will do the play-by-play and Tim Ryan will provide commentary.
FOX late game: The afternoon game for most of the nation including Washington is the San Francisco 49ers facing off against the New Orleans Saints. The 49ers are atop the NFC West with a 7-2-1 record, while the Saints have surged back to .500 with three straight victories. Kickoff in New Orleans is scheduled for 1:25 p.m. PT. Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will have the call from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
CBS early game: The offerings on CBS vary depending on what part of the state you live in. Those in the eastern portion of the state will see the 7-3 Denver Broncos at the 1-9 Kansas City Chiefs. Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf will call the 10 a.m. PT game from Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. A small section of southwest Washington will see the Oakland Raiders on the road against the Cincinnati Bengals. The 10 a.m. PT game will be called by CBS' Bill Macatee and Steve Tasker.
CBS late game: Those in Seattle will see the 1:05 p.m. PT game between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Diego Chargers. Baltimore is atop the AFC North at 8-2, while San Diego has fallen to 4-6 with back-to-back losses. Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts will have the call from San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium. That game will also be shown in parts of central and southeast Washington, so be sure to check the map for which game will be on in your locale.
NBC Sunday Night Football: The national Sunday night game is between a pair of division leaders, as the 7-3 Green Bay Packers travel to face the 6-4 New York Giants. The hosts are trying to snap a two-game losing streak against a Packers team that has won five straight. Kickoff at MetLife Stadium is scheduled for 5:20 p.m. PT and as always, Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth will have the call on NBC.