Network is Primary Home of the AFC and its Star QBs, Featuring Highly-Anticipated Games in TV’s Most-Watched Window

More Games with Super Bowl Champion Chiefs than Any Other Network – Including vs. Bengals and Bills – and Strong NFC Matchups Highlighted by Eagles-Cowboys

All NFL ON CBS Games to be Broadcast on the CBS Television Network and Streamed Live on Paramount+


CBS Sports, the primary TV home of the AFC, has announced its 2024 NFL ON CBS schedule for its 65th year of coverage of the NFL with more than 100 regular-season games across 18 weeks, followed by two Wild Card playoff games, a Divisional playoff game and the AFC Championship Game. All games will be broadcast on the CBS Television Network and streamed live in the local market on Paramount+.

Coming off a record-setting 2023 season, the NFL ON CBS boasts an even stronger regular-season schedule in 2024. Last season, CBS Sports delivered its most-watched regular season since the NFL returned to CBS in 1998, averaging 19.345 million viewers. The NFL ON CBS national game at 4:25 PM, ET averaged 24.637 million viewers, the most-watched window in television. Paramount+ delivered its most-streamed NFL season ever.


Highly-Anticipated Games Led by Bengals-Chiefs, Chiefs-Bills, Eagles-Cowboys and Bills-Lions Highlight TV’s Most-Watched Window

The NFL ON CBS regular-season schedule is highlighted by marquee matchups in the 4:25 PM, ET national game window, the most-watched window in all of television with nearly 25 million viewers. CBS Sports will have 10 national Sunday doubleheader windows this season, starting in Week 2 with the two-time defending champion Chiefs hosting the Bengals in a showdown between the two teams who have represented the AFC in each of the past five Super Bowls.

The 4:25 PM, ET national game window is highlighted by many more of the most-anticipated games featuring AFC teams – including Chiefs-Bills (Week 11), Eagles-Ravens (Week 13) and Bills-Lions (Week 15) – and also includes strong NFC appearances, including Eagles-Cowboys (Week 10) and Packers-Rams (Week 5). The NFL ON CBS will finish the regular season strong with a national doubleheader in three of the final four weeks.


Two-Time Defending Super Bowl Champion Chiefs to Play on CBS A Minimum of Eight Times, Including Games vs. Bengals and Bills

The Chiefs, who have won the past two Super Bowls, are scheduled to appear a minimum of eight times on CBS, at least twice as many games as any other network. Kansas City has at least four NFL ON CBS games slated in the coveted 4:25 PM, ET window with highly-anticipated conference and divisional matchups.


In addition to the Chiefs, the Bills, Steelers and Ravens will also appear at least eight times on CBS this season.


AFC’s Star Quarterbacks Featured All Season Long

As the primary TV home of the AFC, the NFL ON CBS schedule boasts an unprecedented roster of star quarterbacks, including Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes, Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson, Cincinnati’s Joe Burrow, Aaron Rodgers of the New York Jets, Buffalo’s Josh Allen, Houston’s C.J. Stroud, the Los Angeles Chargers’ Justin Herbert and Miami’s Tua Tagovailoa.


Divisional Rivalry on Thanksgiving

The NFL ON CBS will feature a division rivalry game on Thanksgiving as the Detroit Lions, who advanced to last year’s NFC Championship Game, host the Chicago Bears and quarterback Caleb Williams, who was drafted No. 1 overall in the 2024 NFL Draft.


Featured Games at 1:00 PM, ET

The schedule is anchored in the 1:00 PM, ET window by an impressive slate of games throughout the season with playoff teams, division rivalries and interconference showdowns.

AFC teams featured prominently in the window include Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Cincinnati, the New York Jets and Miami along with a strong presence of NFC teams, including Green Bay, Philadelphia, San Francisco, the New York Giants, Chicago, Detroit, the Los Angeles Rams and Minnesota.

Here is the complete NFL ON CBS 2024 schedule.