I've been so busy with work, but I'm coming in to make this special guest appearance to give you the map
for this week. CBS has the doubleheader and every market, every single one has a late game.
The country will be divided among three games. I'll just do the Eastern and Central time zones since they are affected by the delay.
The Northeast, South Florida, the border of Mississippi and Louisiana and parts of Arkansas get the Jets at Oakland.
All of Ohio, Western PA, Eastern KY, most if not all of West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, DC, Virginia, North Carolina and much of South Carolina will see Cleveland at Washington.
Then much of the Midwest, Great Plains states and most of the South gets Indianapolis at Green Bay. Since this is a national doubleheader, every CBS station in the Eastern and Central time zones will start together so if one game ends early, you'll be sent to the end of one of the other games until conclusion.
The earliest the Amazing Race can start is 8:20 p.m. However, with Indy and Green Bay facing off, that game could go very long and past 7:30 p.m.