With the New England Patriots vs Kansas City Chiefs game being postponed due to multiple COVID-19 positive tests, the NFL has decided to move the Chicago Bears vs Indianapolis Colts game, that was scheduled for noon (Central), to 3:25 p.m. (Central).
The game was supposed to be an early game on CBS with Greg Gumbel and Rich Gannon announcing, but now it’ll get the higher profile late afternoon spot on CBS. The other late game on CBS will be the Buffalo Bills at the Las Vegas Raiders, and according to the Bills team site, their game will get the most coverage nationwide.
In addition to Western New York, the game will be available in approximately 70 percent of the country including the following states - New York, Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Jersey, Connecticut, Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia (northern), Florida (southern), West Virginia, Ohio, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas (west of Houston), Kansas, Missouri (west), Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Arizona, California, Nevada, Wyoming, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Alaska and Hawaii. Check your local listings for more information.
Here’s the new Monday Night Football schedule for October 5:
- New England Patriots at Kansas City Chiefs - 6:05 PM (CT) on CBS
- Atlanta Falcons at Green Bay Packers - 7:50 PM (CT) on ESPN
UPDATE: 506 Sports came through with a map! But keep in mind that they had to “make a few assumptions and guesses but anything that’s off *should* be fixed in the morning.”
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