The first thing to remember about this game is that kickoff is at 4:25pm ET this week. The Dolphins will visit the Broncos for a late afternoon contest, and they pick up the top spot in the late position. As you can see in the 506Sports.com map above, where the Broncos and Dolphins are represented in the red area, nearly the entire country will get the game, to include Hawaii and Alaska. The only areas not getting the game are the West Coast other than Los Angeles, the Dallas area in Texas, and the Maryland/Virginia/Washington DC area. There's also a small area between Cleveland and Pittsburgh that will not get the Dolphins-Broncos contest.
Those blue areas will have the Washington Redskins at San Francisco 49ers game. The Seattle and San Diego markets will not get a CBS late game because the Seahawks will be hosting the Arizona Cardinals and the Chargers will be hosting the St. Louis Rams, both airing on Fox in the late time slot.
Jim Nantz and Phil Simms will be calling the Dolphins at Broncos contest.
Florida will be split during the CBS early time slot, with the panhandle split between the Cleveland Browns at Atlanta Falcons game and the Jacksonville Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts game. That Jaguars-Colts game will also move down the Space Coast and over to Orlando. The Tampa and Fort Myers markets will pick up the Browns and Falcons contest, while West Palm Beach will see the Cincinnati Bengals visiting the Houston Texans. The Miami market has not been officially announced, yet, having originally been scheduled to pick up the New York Jets at Buffalo Bills game, a contest between two of the Dolphins' AFC East division rivals. That game, however, has been moved to Monday night after snow dumped on the Buffalo area the past few days.
We will have a full breakdown of everything you need to know to watch, listen to, or stream the Dolphins game tomorrow morning.