Check it out: Week 11 NFL TV Coverage Maps

It’s week 11 – The Detroit Lions are looking for their 3rd straight win as they head to Chicago to take on the Bears.

If the Lions plan to have any success this week – they should plan to stop the run. Detroit is ranked 10th in rush yards allowed per game at 101.2 yards, and holding Howard to short yardage will be key to any success. This game is a key matchup for the Lions, it is going to be a hard-fought game, but one we feel the Lions will walk out of with a win.

This week sees plenty of tough matchups and if you don’t have RedZone or the NFL package and would like to know which game you will be able to see – we have them below courtesy of 506 Sports


  • Thursday Night: Tennessee @ Pittsburgh (NBC/NFLN)
  • Sunday Night: Philadelphia @ Dallas (NBC)
  • Monday Night: Atlanta @ Seattle (ESPN)



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Red Kansas City @ NY Giants Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts
Blue Baltimore @ Green Bay Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon
Green Jacksonville @ Cleveland Andrew Catalon, James Lofton
NO GAME due to local team at home on FOX





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Red New England vs Oakland (in Mexico City) Jim Nantz, Tony Romo
Blue Cincinnati @ Denver Greg Gumbel, Trent Green




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Red Washington @ New Orleans Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
Blue LA Rams @ Minnesota Kevin Burkhardt, Charles Davis, Greg Olsen
Green Arizona @ Houston Kenny Albert, Ronde Barber
Tan Detroit @ Chicago Thom Brennaman, Chris Spielman
Cyan Tampa Bay @ Miami Dick Stockton, Mark Schlereth
Yellow Buffalo @ LA Chargers (LATE) Chris Myers, Daryl Johnston



Let’s take a look at our three keys to success for this weeks matchup:

  • ROAR LOUD AND OFTEN – The Lions have to start off hot and stay hot
  • SHOW EM WHO’S BOSS – Take advantage of the Bears young, inexperienced team
  • PRIDE PROTECTS OUR KING – Stafford has to stay on his feet

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