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NFL TV coverage map, Week 13: Seattle will see AFC's elite teams and crucial Seahawks game

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Seattle fans will see three potential AFC playoff teams in addition to their Seahawks game.

Christian Petersen

The playoff races begin to tighten in the NFL as we head into December, and this week's action has many teams facing pivotal games. Seattle will get to see many of those games in a busy TV schedule, according to

CBS early game: Seattle fans will get a shot to see Tom Brady and the New England Patriots take on the Miami Dolphins. A win by New England would give them a four-game lead in the division with four games to play. Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf are calling the game.

CBS late game: Like the majority of the country, Seattle will see the Pittsburgh Steelers play the Baltimore Ravens. With Charlie Batch under center, Pittsburgh is hoping to pull off an upset to stop their slide down the AFC playoff picture. The game will be called by Jim Nantz and Phil Simms.

FOX: At 6-5, Seattle is in the thick of the hunt for a Wild Card spot in the NFC. A win over the Chicago Bears would go a long way toward securing that place in the postseason. Chicago enters the game as the leader in the NFC North with a record of 8-3. The announcers for the game are Chris Myers and Tim Ryan.

NBC: The day caps off with a game between the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles. At 5-6, the Cowboys are trying to stay in the playoff race, while Philadelphia is looking to snap a seven-game losing streak. Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth will have the call.