The NFL has actually revealed the last nationally telecasted contests of the routine season, 2 of which will be on Saturday and the together with the last “Sunday Night Football” match of the year. Here are the 3 matches bent for Week 18:

Saturday, Jan. 8

  • Chiefs vs. Broncos, 4: 30 p.m., ESPN/ABC
  • Cowboys vs. Eagles, 8: 15 p.m., ESPN/ABC

Sunday, Jan. 9

  • Chargers vs. Raiders, 8: 20 p.m., NBC

The Saturday doubleheader is brand-new for the last week of the routine season. ESPN’s agreement now consists of 2 Saturday video games with playoff ramifications throughout the last week of the season, including groups playing to survive for a wild card berth, department title, conference seeding, or first-round bye. Those video games will be used ESPN and ABC concurrently.

The NFL has had the chance to bend the “Sunday Night Football” ending given that the 2006 television agreement– which offered NBC the rights to the Sunday night plan. The 2017 season was the only year the league did not work out the choice to end the season on Sunday night, due to the last Sunday of the season being on New Year’s Eve.

The Week 18 video game is figured out solely by the league, implying neither CBS nor Fox can “safeguard” that video game. The league looks for to bend a match in which a minimum of one group should win in order to receive the playoffs, despite what occurs in the other Week 18 video games– for this reason why the Raiders and Chargers were picked for the “Sunday Night Football” match.

The networks for each video game will be revealed Monday.

Pittsburgh at Baltimore, 1 p.m., CBS
Cincinnati at Cleveland, 1 p.m., Fox
Green Bay at Detroit, 1 p.m., Fox
Tennessee at Houston, 1 p.m., CBS
Indianapolis at Jacksonville, 1 p.m., CBS
Chicago at Minnesota, 1 p.m., Fox
Washington at New York Giants, 1 p.m., Fox
Seattle at Arizona, 4: 25 p.m., Fox
New Orleans at Atlanta, 4: 25 p.m., Fox
New York Jets at Buffalo, 4: 25 p.m., CBS
San Francisco at Los Angeles Rams, 4: 25 p.m., Fox
New England at Miami, 4: 25 p.m., CBS
Carolina at Tampa Bay, 4: 25 p.m., CBS


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