NFL Week 16 coverage map: TV schedule for CBS, Fox regional broadcasts

first_imgThe NFL coverage map for Week 16 makes clear what CBS and Fox consider the best games Sunday’s NFL TV schedule has to offer. That’s the case for both viewing windows this week.The vast majority of the country will be presented Ravens at Browns on CBS at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday, the network’s game of the week with its No. 1 broadcast crew featuring Tony Romo and Jim Nantz. Likewise, Fox will present most of its viewers Saints at Titans in the early afternoon slot. The network’s game of the week, naturally, is Cowboys at Eagles in the late Sunday afternoon window. Late Fox games MORE: Watch NFL games live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)There are no TV market blackouts this week, but Week 16 is unique in that it presents a couple extra national TV games. There are three games scheduled for Saturday — Texans at Buccaneers at 1 p.m. ET, Bills at Patriots at 4:30 p.m. ET and Rams at 49ers at 8:15 p.m. ET — and all will be broadcast nationally on NFL Network.Below are the full NFL coverage maps for Week 16, plus a list of major TV markets and the CBS and Fox games that will be presented in each on Sunday.WEEK 16 NFL PICKS:Against the spread | Straight-up predictionsNFL coverage map Week 16(NFL coverage maps courtesy of 506sports.com)Early Fox games (506sports) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/cf/19/week-16-fox-late-122019_6c88j9e7or8415zg4y4ecf6h5.png?t=622695079&w=500&quality=80 (506sports) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/b5/b1/week-16-fox-early-122019_tl1pk6x04iyo1qluwteqxcfc5.png?t=622662543&w=500&quality=80 Early and late CBS games Ravens at Browns (1 p.m. ET)Steelers at Jets (1 p.m. ET)Bengals at Dolphins (1 p.m. ET)Raiders at Chargers (4:05 p.m. ET)Lions at Broncos (4:05 p.m. ET)Fox coverageSaints at Titans (1 p.m. ET)Giants at Redskins (1 p.m. ET)Panthers at Colts (1 p.m. ET)Jaguars at Falcons (1 p.m. ET)Cowboys at Eagles (4:25 p.m. ET)Cardinals at Seahawks (4:25 p.m. ET)MORE WEEK 16:Playoff picture | Clinching scenariosList of Week 16 NFL games by TV market(TV markets listed in order by size)MarketCBS earlyFox earlyCBS lateFox lateNew YorkSteelers at JetsGiants at Redskins-Cowboys at EaglesLos Angeles-Saints at TitansRaiders at ChargersCowboys at EaglesChicagoRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesPhiladelphiaSteelers at JetsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesDallas-Ft. WorthRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesSan Francisco/Bay area-Saints at TitansRaiders at ChargersCardinals at SeahawksWashington D.C.Ravens at BrownsGiants at Redskins-Cowboys at EaglesHoustonRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesBostonRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesAtlanta-Jaguars at FalconsRaiders at ChargersCowboys at EaglesPhoenixRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cardinals at SeahawksTampa/St. PetersburgRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesSeattleRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cardinals at SeahawksDetroit-Saints at TitansLions at BroncosCowboys at EaglesMinneapolis-St. PaulRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesMiamiBengals at DolphinsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesDenver-Saints at TitansLions at BroncosCowboys at EaglesOrlandoRavens at BrownsJaguars at Falcons-Cowboys at EaglesClevelandRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesSacramento-Saints at TitansRaiders at ChargersCardinals at SeahawksCharlotte-Panthers at ColtsRaiders at ChargersCowboys at EaglesPortlandRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cardinals at SeahawksSt. LouisRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesPittsburghSteelers at JetsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesIndianapolis-Panthers at ColtsRaiders at ChargersCowboys at EaglesBaltimoreRavens at BrownsGiants at Redskins-Cowboys at EaglesRaleigh-DurhamRavens at BrownsPanthers at Colts-Cowboys at EaglesNashville-Saints at TitansRaiders at ChargersCowboys at EaglesSan Diego-Saints at TitansRaiders at ChargersCowboys at EaglesSalt Lake CityRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesSan AntonioRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesKansas CityRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesColumbusRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesMilwaukeeRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesCincinnatiBengals at DolphinsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesLas Vegas-Saints at TitansRaiders at ChargersCowboys at EaglesJacksonvilleRavens at BrownsJaguars at Falcons-Cowboys at EaglesOklahoma CityRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesNew Orleans-Saints at TitansRaiders at ChargersCowboys at EaglesMemphisRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at EaglesBuffaloRavens at BrownsSaints at Titans-Cowboys at Eagles (506sports) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/47/4e/week-16-cbs-122019_11czzylszi8pz15zpwgyyvxby1.png?t=622625591&w=500&quality=80 TV schedule for Saturday NFL gamesGameTimeTVTexans at Buccaneers1 p.m. ETNFL Network, fuboTVBills at Patriots4:30 p.m. ETNFL Network, fuboTVRams at 49ers8:15 p.m. ETNFL Network, fuboTVTV schedule for Sunday NFL Week 16 gamesCBS coveragelast_img read more

Goodbye Steamboats, Hello Herons

first_imgMonaghan explainedthe designs went throughmany iterations beforelanding on something thateveryone could agree on. “Herons are just so majestic,” she said. “My other favorite landmark is the train station,” she added and Mery agreed and said it connotes “home.” Monaghan made sure to add details like windowpanes on the train station and the window boxes below that, at the real train station, are always filled by the Little Silver Garden Club with plantings that reflect the season. The heron signs include nautical roping lashed around the top of the sign’s posts and Monaghan said she’s asked that the borough plant seagrass at the base to complete the water way feel. Six of the signs feature the distinctive Little Silver Train Station, a nod to the borough’s busy downtown hub, and two signs feature a white heron soaring over the water, a delightful sight for travelers traveling over the Gooseneck and Oceanport Avenue bridges. By Amy Byrnes At the end of October, new, cheerful “Welcome to Little Silver” signs started popping up around town, reflecting the borough’s history and geography. Silverweb designer and co-owner Nora Monaghan, who’s lived in Little Silver for 23 years, said she especially wanted to highlight Little Silver’s extensive water ways and the stately white birds that she sees whenever she’s driving in and out of the borough. The classic markers had a distinctly colonial vibe and featured illustrations of a steamboat and the year Little Silver was established. center_img Silverweb of Red Bank, a graphic design firm, created the new welcome signs. The firm had helped create a logo and website for recent Little Silver Day celebrations and was happy to work with the borough council members on the design, materials and size of the signs for the $19,000 capital improvement project. “It was really a compliment,” said Silverweb co-owner Jackie Mery. A heron is featured on new signs announcing Little Silver.Photo by Amy Byrnes Once they came up with two designs, the borough went out to four sign fabricators to bid on the project and the winner was Stone Graphics Company, Inc. in Farmingdale. Owner Chris Stone said they applied the same weather resistant paint process used for signs the company created for Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida that’s durable and – depending on care and environmental conditions – should welcome visitors to Little Silver for years to come. But lately they had started to show their age and were “literally falling apart,” according to Mayor Robert Neff. Public works employees were finding sign parts in the grass. It seemed they were too far gone for fixing. “We thought it was time to bring the signs up to date,” he said. LITTLE SILVER – For decades, iconic carved wooden signs have welcomed people to the riverside borough. “I wanted it to be perfect,” she said.last_img read more