Are you going to get the San Diego Chargers at Miami Dolphins game this weekend? There's a good chance.
The Dolphins and Chargers get the national treatment this week, airing all over the country. If you look at the map above, via 506sports.com, and your home is somewhere in the red, then you are part of the nation. If you are in the secession areas colored in blue, green, or gray, then, sorry, you are not part of the nation anymore, so you don't get the Dolphins game. That's what you get for living in Jacksonville Jaguars or Kansas City Chiefs country.
Obviously, I'm having a little fun there, but as a whole, the country outside of the middle portion centered on Kansas City, Orlando through Jacksonville to Savannah, the Cleveland / Cincinnati / Pittsburgh markets, the Baltimore market, and a large portion of the New York / New Jersey / New England areas, will get the game. Oh, and sorry for anyone who lives in Minneapolis, Houston, or Dallas because you do not get an early CBS game.
If you are outside the red area, NFL Sunday Ticket (which can be streamed online with a subscription) will have the game. Or, you can head to a sports bar.
Providing commentary for the game will be Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts.
For Florida, the Fox early game will be the Arizona Cardinals at Dallas Cowboys in West Palm Beach, Fort Myers, Jacksonville, and the Mobile market portion of the panhandle. Tampa, Orlando, Gainesville, Tallahassee, and Pensacola, will see the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Cleveland Browns. Miami will not have an early Fox game, instead getting the St. Louis Rams at San Francisco 49ers in the late slot.
All of Florida - and nearly the entire country - will see the Denver Broncos at New England Patriots in the late slot on CBS.
We will bring you everything you need to know about the Dolphins game this week, to include the odds, injuries, and more, tomorrow morning.