What NFL games are on local TV?
All playoff games, theSuper Bowl, and the Pro Bowlare nationally televised on either Saturday, Sunday or Monday in January and February, and either in the afternoon or in primetime. Scheduling during the NFL preseason is more lenient in that most games usually start based on the local time.
How many weeks are in a NFL schedule?
With a 17-game schedule, the league would run 19 weeks and the regular season would either have to start Labor Day weekend (like it did from 1990 to 2001) or end past New Year’s Day in mid-January. The NFL has toyed with the idea of having the Super Bowl on President’s Day weekend in the past and an extra bye week would make that possible.
When does the NFL start?
When: Round 1 begins on Thursday night at 7:00 p.m. Central Time. Rounds 2-3 are scheduled for Friday evening at 6:00 p.m. C.T., and the final four rounds are set for Saturday morning at 11:00 a.m. and extending until all picks through round seven have been made. How: You can watch the draft on ESPN, ABC, NFL Network, and ESPN Deportes.
When is the NFL playoff schedule?
The first weekend of the playoffs begins on Saturday, Jan. 15 with the wild-card round. The divisional round games take place the weekend after, with the conference championships happening on Sunday, Jan. 30. The 2022 Pro Bowl will take place on Sunday, Feb. 6, which is the weekend before the Super Bowl.
Are there Saturday NFL games today?
The Divisional Round of the 2022 NFL postseason featured the last games on Saturday for the 2021-2022 season. NFL fans will not see the return of games on Saturday until late next season.
NFL Conference Championship schedule
So when can you watch the Conference Championship games if there are no Saturday NFL playoff games today? With just four teams and two games remaining, all the postseason action is featured on Sunday.
Sunday, January 30
With no Saturday games today, here’s the NFL Conference Championship schedule for the NFL playoffs.
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