Sunday schedule is pretty simple:
Usually there is 1 game on CBS and 2 games on Fox. It may switch around depending on the 1pm afternoon and 4pm evening games. NBC has Sunday Night Football football which starts at 8:30pm.
Monday Nights games are on ESPN at 9pm.
Thursday Night Football is on NFL Network which is an extra channel.
Starting in 2014 there have been changes to this schedule!
CBS it will also televise 8 Thursday night games on cable:
Best games in order
11) Week 5 – Vikings at Packers
12) Week 14 – Cowboys at Bears
Wild card and Playoff Games!
In addition to regular season games, FOX and CBS usually split televised Wild-card and playoff games. This year will see a change in these with NBC gaining one divisional round and ESPN being able to broadcast its first ever WILD CARD GAME.
That’s right we get more of Chris Collinsworth and Al Michaels!!
AND we get more of Jon Gruden and Mike Tirico for a WILD CARD GAME!!!
If you are a fantasy footballer like myself: there are even more ways to watch…
Check out DirecTV’s NFL Sunday Ticket which allows you to watch every single game on Sunday! They also have an extra channel called Rezone which shows every single touchdown from every game!
To follow the NFL year-round you can always subscribe to the NFL Network!
Fox Sports, NBC, and ESPN will televise all their games through apps this year. The only nationally-televised games you won’t find online are CBS.