49ers vs. Cardinals Week 15 TV broadcast map

Even Niners fans in Boston, Charlotte and Atlanta can watch the 49ers take on the Cardinals on TV this Sunday!

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42. 3-10. 32. 4:05 p.m. ET. 10-3. 49ers Cardinals opening. 49ers -13.5. CBS. Sunday, Dec. 17

The 49ers game against the Cardinals is going to dominate the West Coast, but a number of East Coast cities will see it, too.

NFC West matchups are still fairly high-profile games to watch even if the division isn't quite the powerhouse it was only a few short years ago.

That said, the Arizona Cardinals aren't exactly a team fans across the country proverbially trip over to put on the television.

Yet the red birds are the San Francisco 49ers' next opponent, and after playing three games against the Seattle Seahawks (Weeks 12 and 14) and the Philadelphia Eagles, all of which were high-profile for both teams involved, Week 15 against the 3-10 Arizona squad might seem like a bit of a letdown.

And that's precisely what head coach Kyle Shanahan will want to avoid as he looks to improve his Niners team to 11-3 while retaining the top seed in the NFC playoff picture.

For fans who want to watch that take place when San Francisco squares off against the Cardinals out in Glendale, Arizona, it might help to know which parts of the country will receive the television broadcast.

TV coverage areas for 49ers vs. Cardinals Week 15

Week 15 will be one of those rare games where the 49ers will be on CBS, as Ian Eagle and Charles Davis will be on the call for a game that'll kick off on Sunday, Dec. 17 at 4:05 p.m. ET.

Almost the entire West Coast, save for much of Southern California, will be able to watch the CBS broadcast on TV (blue) as shown by the 506 Sports graphic below:

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Also, most of Arizona will be able to watch the game along with western Idaho and western Nevada.

However, multiple greater city areas throughout the country, including Kansas City, Chicago, New Orleans, Charlotte, Cleveland, Atlanta and Boston will also be able to watch the Niners and Cardinals on Sunday.

So, if you're a San Francisco (or Arizona) fan living in one of those municipalities, you're in luck.

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