CBS has released its full schedule of NFL games for the 2018 season, leading up to the network’s coverage of Super Bowl LIII from Atlanta on Feb. 3, 2019.
The game will mark the 20th time CBS has aired the Super Bowl, the most of any network.
“CBS’s Super Bowl campaign begins Sunday, Sept. 9, and is highlighted by a strong broadcast schedule featuring New England, Dallas and Pittsburgh anchoring games being played in the NFL’s highest-rated and most-watched window each week, the 4:25 PM, ET national game,” CBS notes in its announcement. “A rematch of last year’s AFC Championship Game, New England-Jacksonville, will be featured in CBS’s first national window in Week 2.”
The network notes that the NFL ON CBS schedule includes more NFC games than ever before, including four cross-flex games during CBS’s nine doubleheader windows, along with the annual Thanksgiving Day broadcast featuring the Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions.
The CBS schedule features 10 appearances each by AFC powerhouses New England, Pittsburgh and Denver, and nine appearances by Oakland.
Please click here to see the full CBS schedule of NFL games for the 2018 season.