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.
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.
Are there any Saturday NFL games?
Fast forward to now, and the NFLstill has Saturday games, but they tend to not begin until mid-to-late December and into the playoffs. This works out fairly well for the NCAA because its football season is pretty done that time, with only playoffs and bowl games around the holidays.
Why are there NFL games on Saturday?
The reason for NFL games on Saturday is becauseit fills an obvious football void, with college bowl season haven’t yet gotten entirely underway. In the past, when Christmas Day falls on a Sunday in Week 16, the NFL has moved nearly its entire slate of games to Saturday.