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Here's who's getting the Rams-Lions game on their local broadcast channel.

Per 506 Sports, here’s the FOX broadcast map for the early games on Sunday:

Week 6 broadcast map
Week 6 broadcast map
  • Green: Rams at Lions
  • Red: Eagles at Washingtion Footballers
  • Blue: Panthers at Saints
  • Yellow: 49ers at Bills

Non-pictured market coverage: Anchorage, AK - Rams at Lions; Fairbanks, AK - Rams at Lions; Honolulu, HI - Rams at Lions

Now this is exposure.

The Los Angeles Rams are on the road to take on the Detroit Lions, and a solid portion of the country will be getting the game on FOX.

You’ve got the biggest chunk of SoCal to date for a competitive broadcast, something we honed in on last week. The Rams also carry southern Nevada and nearly all of Arizona except for the 191 corridor through the Navajo tribal reservation.

The St. Louis and surrounding market of eastern Missouri and western Illinois pick up the game as well as the tiniest corners of southeast Kentucky and northwestern Tennessee.

And the NFC West effect is taking on in Seattle as all of Washington, most of Oregon, nearly all of Idaho, most of Montana and a clip of Wyoming will all get the game for free.

As for the Lions’ share (HELL YEAH LET’S GET IT), they cover down on much of the Midwest. All of Michigan. Northwestern Ohio. Northeastern Indiana. There’s also a divisional interest at play here for the NFC North. Representing the Vikings, Bears and Packers (thought the explicit Chicago market is on a single late FOX broadcast due to the Bears being on CBS among the early group), northwestern Illinois, nearly all of Wisconsin, much of Minnesota, most of South Dakota and select portions of Nebraska even get the game.

It’s a huge segment of the country getting Rams football on Sunday. Is this is the new paradigm for Los Angeles Rams national attention?