The Denver Broncos (6-1) will host the Washington Redskins (2-4) this weekend. Courtesy of 506Sports.com, we have a handy-dandy broadcast map to let you know if the game will be televised on your local FOX stations.
If you are in the RED, you will get this weekend's game. If you are not in the red, you can always go with DirecTV or a sports bar.
The story of this week's game will obviously be Mike Shanahan's return to Denver. Shanahan, who owns the most wins by any coach in Broncos history, will be returning to Denver for the first time with dynamic quarterback Robert Griffin III now running his offense.
Shanahan's former quarterback, John Elway, is now a member of Denver's front office and has acquired his own franchise quarterback—Peyton Manning. Though the Redskins are currently in a slump, they have the pieces in place to be a competitive franchise for many years going forward if RGIII can stay healthy.
The Broncos, meanwhile, are in a win now mode with Manning, who happens to be the same age (37) as Elway was when Shanahan won the first of his two Super Bowls victories in Denver.
Denver is planning to honor Shanahan with a 20-second clip on the Thundervison scoreboard when the Redskins team is introduced. Thom Brennaman and Troy Aikman will be calling the game.
Kickoff is scheduled for 2:25 p.m. MT. The Broncos are 6-5 all-time against the Redskins.