FOX will carry both remaining NFL games on Tuesday night close out the Week 15 slate.
Due to COVID reschedulings, two NFL games that should have been played on Sunday will be airing on FOX on Tuesday night.
Those two games in question are the Washington Football Team at the Philadelphia Eagles and the Seattle Seahawks at the Los Angeles Rams. Not only are these two games between division rivals, but all four teams are still alive for the playoffs in the NFC. While you should be able to see one of these games on FOX, the other will not be in your media market. So what are you to do?
Outside of the Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Seattle and Washington media markets, you will need to pay close attention to the following broadcast map to see what NFC game will be airing in your area on Tuesday night.
NFL Week 15 broadcast map: Which game will be in your area on Tuesday night?
Here is the FOX Tuesday coverage map for the two NFC games. Maps are from 506Sports.com
Washington at Philadelphia will be the featured game of the two, at it appears to cover two-thirds of the Lower 48 on this coverage map. Kevin Kugler and Mark Sanchez will be in the booth for this NFC East rivalry game. If you are west of Denver or reside near Cleveland, Detroit, Green Bay and St. Louis, you will be getting Seahawks at Rams with Chris Myers and Daryl Johnston in the booth.
Though it is super late in the week, the cool part about these games are they both have playoff implications on the line. Philadelphia and Washington are right in the thick of things for one of the three Wild Card spots in the NFC. While the Rams are likely getting into the postseason anyway, especially with a 10th win, the Seahawks have to pretty much win out and get to 9-8 on the year.
Even if the game you prefer is not in your area, be happy FOX will have a game for you on Tuesday.