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What TV Channel Are Tuesday’s NFL Games On? How to Watch Washington-Eagles, Seahawks-Rams

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  • Looking for Tuesday's NFL games on TV? Both will be broadcast on Fox, but you'll only get one, which varies by location.
  • Most of the east coast will get Washington against the Eagles; the entire west coast and some other pockets will get Seahawks-Rams.
  • See the full coverage map for Tuesday below.

A significant increase in players landing on reserve/COVID-19 list in Week 15 forced the NFL to postpone a handful of games in order to allow these teams to ideally get players activated off the list and ready to play following negative tests.

The first of these was Las Vegas Raiders vs. Cleveland Browns on Monday night, with Tuesday night providing a Seattle Seahawks vs. Los Angeles Rams and Washington Football Team vs. Philadelphia Eagles doubleheader.

The issue for NFL fans and bettors is that both games kick off at 7 p.m. ET on FOX, leaving many to wonder whether they can watch Seahawks vs. Rams and Washington vs. Eagles at the same time.

Seahawks vs. Rams Time, TV Channel

  • Time: 7 p.m. ET
  • TV Channel: FOX
  • Spread: Rams -7
  • Over/under: 47

Washington vs. Eagles Time, TV Channel

  • Time: 7 p.m. ET
  • TV Channel: FOX
  • Spread: Eagles -6.5
  • Over/under: 41.5
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Can I Watch Seahawks-Rams & WFT vs. Eagles at the Same Time?

Unfortunately, you cannot watch both games at the same time.

Both of tonight’s games will be broadcast on FOX with viewers getting whichever matchup is offered by the local affiliate — most of the east coast will get Washington-Eagles, while the west coast, portions of Missouri, Michigan and Wisconsin will get Rams-Seahawks.

According to 506sports.com,  here is the regional breakdown of which Tuesday night NFL matchup will be broadcast by the local FOX affiliate, including the commentators for each:

Per NFL RedZone host Scott Hanson, there will be no modified RedZone-type coverage on Tuesday night, though FOX will reportedly be doing game breaks regularly to keep fans and viewers updated on what is happening in the out-of-market matchup.

Both games feature NFC teams, which is why they’re both on FOX and not CBS.

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