Packers vs. Jaguars coverage map: Where can NFL fans watch the Week 10 game on TV?

The Packers are heavily favored when the Jaguars come to town in Week 10.

Green Bay is as much as a two-touchdown favorite on some betting services when it hosts Jacksonville. Jake Luton will likely make his second career start at QB for the Jags, with Gardner Minshew still recovering from a thumb injury. Either way, Aaron Rodgers will have a heavy advantage at the quarterback position as the Packers look to maintain their advantage in the NFC North.

For more info on if Packers-Jaguars will be available to you on your local Fox affiliate at 1 p.m. ET on Nov. 15, check out the map and information below, along with a full Week 10 NFL schedule.

Against the spread | Straight-up predictions

NFL coverage map Week 10

Packers vs. Jaguars


The Packers vs. Jaguars game can be viewed in any of the blue regions in the map above. If you’re outside of a blue region, these are the games you’ll see on Fox on Sunday:

Red: Buccaneers at Panthers

Green: Eagles at Giants

Yellow: Washington at Lions

Orange: Texans at Cleveland

What channel is Packers vs. Jaguars on?

The Packers vs. Jaguars game will be broadcast on Fox in regions throughout the country, denoted in blue in the map above. Some of the major metropolitan areas that will carry this game include Milwaukee, Jacksonville, Chicago, Indianapolis, Minneapolis, St. Louis and Omaha.

If you’re unsure which of your local channels is Fox, specific channel number information for your locality can be found here. 

How to watch NFL games on TV out of market

If you live outside the desired area on the coverage map above, there are other legal ways to watch NFL games while out of market. One way is to subscribe to the NFL Sunday Ticket package with DirecTV. More information on that package is here. 

In Canada, all NFL games can be viewed via DAZN. More information on that subscription process is here. Viewers can also subscribe to NFL Game Pass, which has full access to a replay of the game soon after the live broadcast ends. 

NFL schedule Week 10

Sunday, Nov. 15

Monday, Nov. 16

Source: Read Full Article