The Carolina Panthers (1-2) don't have a game this week, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy some quality NFL football action today.
All of our NFC South brethren play this week: Tampa Bay hosts Arizona at 1:00 p.m. EDT (FOX), Atlanta hosts New England at 8:30 p.m. EDT (NBC), and New Orleans hosts Miami at 8:30 p.m. EDT on Monday night (ESPN).
Below you will find all the information on which games will be broadcast on what channel, how to stream games online or catch a replay at a later date. Whatever your personal needs are for this weekend, we've got you covered (other than buying you a ticket, of course).
CBS and FOX will provide regional football action today, with FOX showing both early and late games. Below you will see a map for each network that will let you know which game you will be able to watch from the comfort of your own home.
Here's the map for CBS:
Here's the map for the early FOX game:
Here's the map for the late FOX game:
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(Note: It is possible that these maps aren't 100% accurate, so your mileage may vary.)
If you're interested in streaming the games online you can sign up for NFL Game Rewind. For just $29.99 you can get access to every Panthers regular season game from NFL.com. All you have to do is click this link to sign up. (Important note: You cannot watch the games live. Sunday afternoon games aren't streamed online until after the Sunday night game has completed, and Monday night games are not streamed online until 24 hours after the game is over. However, it's not a terrible deal if you can't get NFL Sunday Ticket, don't have a local bar you can hang out at on Sundays and don't mind waiting until the games are over to watch them.)
You can also listen to the game of your choice on Sirius/XM radio. To see their channel lineup, click here.
Each week, NFL Network shows a 90-minute condensed version of the four best games of the weekend. You can check NFL Network's tv schedule for more information after this week's games are over.