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NFL TV coverage map: Broncos-Saints, Giants-Cowboys headline Week 8 schedule

The Broncos and Saints take the field for NBC Sunday Night Football, while the Cowboys and Giants are featured as Fox's game of the week.

Nick Laham

With the Denver Broncos and New Orleans Saints in action Sunday Night on NBC, football fans will have their afternoon free to watch their pick of three games being televised across Colorado.

Let's take a look a which games viewers in Colorado will see this weekend. All information via

CBS early game: St. Louis vs. New England (in London): The NFL's annual London game will be seen in almost every market in the country. Tom Brady will be without one of his favorite targets, tight end Aaron Hernandez, and possibly another in Rob Gronkowski. Hernandez is still recovering from a high ankle sprain and didn't make the trip. Gronkowski has been limited in practice all week due to a hip injury. Kickoff from London is scheduled for 11 a.m. MT.

FOX early game: If football in London isn't your thing, you can switch over to Fox and watch the Washington Redskins head to Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers. The banged up Steelers defense will look to contain Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, while the Redskins look to bounce back from a last minute loss to the New York Giants last week. Kickoff is scheduled for 11 a.m. MT

FOX late game: The FOX game of the week is the only game in town late Sunday afternoon and it features the New York Giants traveling to Dallas to take on the Cowboys. The game is a rematch of the season opener, when the Cowboys went in to East Rutherford and beat Giants at home. Kickoff is scheduled for 2:25 p.m. MT.

NBC Sunday Night Football: The Broncos host the Saints under the lights of Sport Authority Field at Mile High in a match up that has all the makings to be a high scoring affair. Kickoff is set for 6:20 p.m. MT.