The NFL is back for a Christmas-filled weekend of football fun, and there’s some pretty big matchups set to take place over the holiday weekend.
After Thursday night’s Jets-Jaguars meeting was a let down, there’s some potential for good matchups across Saturday’s 11-game slate before the league’s first ever three-game schedule on Christmas Day.
Here’s how you can take in all the action, via the good people at 506 Sports.
Most of the west coast will take in Seahawks-Chiefs while the Midwest is sandwiched between that game and Giants-Vikings. All other games are mostly local markets.
The entire country will watch Cowboys-Eagles for the later game in the afternoon.
Most of the country will be watching Bengals-Patriots with most other markets only showing local games. The only late game on CBS belongs to Commanders-49ers.
As for Sunday:
Packers-Dolphins is on Fox
Broncos-Rams is on CBS/Nick
Cardinals-Buccaneers is on NBC
Monday Night Football (Chargers-Colts) will be carried by the usual ESPN.
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