Saturday, November 3, 2012

NFL Football TV Schedule

The NFL football season TV schedule for Monday Night Football, Sunday Night Football and Thursday Night Football for the 2012-2013 season will feature exciting games for the fans to enjoy as well as numerous AFC-NFC divisional rivals.

The first half of the NFL prime time TV schedule has provided thrilling games so far on the Monday Night and Sunday Night football schedule each week. IThe NFL Network has expanded its NFL TV schedule to 13 games this season.
In the second half of the NFL TV schedule you will see teams separate themselves as the push for the NFL playoffs get closer.
The Sunday Night football schedule on NBC becomes a “flex-schedule” late in the season as the network will showcase teams playing games that impact playoff positioning.

Check out the remaining NFL football weekly match-ups and game times to plan for your football week.

Game of the Week

San Francisco 49'ers @ Seattle Seahawks (Sunday Night Football-NBC) 12-23-2012
Saturday: Atlanta Falcons @ Detroit Lions (Monday Night Football-ESPN) 12-22-2012

NFL TV Schedule

 2012 ESPN Monday Night Football Schedule

Week 16: Atlanta Falcons @ Detroit Lions (Saturday Night Telecast)

2012 NBC Sunday Night Football Schedule

Week 16: San Francisco 49'ers @ Seattle Seahawks
Week 17: TBD

2012 NFL Network Thursday Night Football Schedule

The NFL Playoffs Race is heating up as the NFL Football Season  hits the stretch run. Teh Houston Texans, Denver Broncos, New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens have secured a playoff berth in the AFC. The Indianapolis Colts, Cincinnati Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers are battling for the two wild card spots.
The NFC has the Atlanta Falcons, San Francisco 49'ers, and Green Bay Packers have secured their playoffs berths. The NFC West has the Forty-Niners and Seattle Seahawks playing this upcoming weekend in a game that could decide the NFC West division title as well as a playoff berth for the Seahawks.
The NFC East has three teams in a tie for the division lead. The Washington Redskins, Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants.
The Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears are still in the wild card chase in the NFC North division.