How to play all NFL games today
The 2017 NFL season has begun, and it’s a pretty darn good time to be a fan of the NFL.
We know the league is growing at an exponential rate and we can’t wait to get to play the games that matter.
But how do you get your hands on all the games?
Here’s how to get started, and we’re giving you the top games that are currently available for you to watch.
There’s a lot to do this week.
Here are our top 10 games, with links to each.1.
Panthers at Buccaneers, 1 p.m.
ETCBS: Panthers vs. Bucs, Saturday at 1 p and 7:30 p ET.CBS: Cowboys vs. Panthers, Sunday at 1:30 and 10:30 a.m ET.
The game between the NFC South-leading Panthers and the Buccaneers has been a huge rivalry since the Panthers entered the league in 2006.
This is the first of two meetings between the two teams this season, and while the game has been the focus of much coverage, it’s not without its fair share of controversy.
There’s plenty to like about this one, and the two games are expected to be close.
But there’s also plenty to be worried about.
The Panthers will be looking to rebound from a disappointing loss to the Patriots last week, and they’re coming off a huge win against the Cowboys in Dallas.
They also have a big game against the Bears on Sunday night, and a home game against a struggling Saints team on Thanksgiving.
The Panthers are in a great spot right now.
If they can’t make it work, they can always try to hang on to a bye week and play the division-leading Cowboys, who have yet to lose in the division.2.
Ravens at Jaguars, 4:25 p.p.
ETFOX: Ravens vs. Jaguars, Sunday (Thursday), at 4:30 ETFOX and Fox: Ravens-Panthers, Sunday, 4 p. and 8:30 pm ET.3.
Vikings at Chargers, 1:25 a.p., ETCBS and FOX: Vikings vs. Chargers, Sunday and Tuesday, at 1 a. and 5:30 am ET.4.
Lions at Cowboys, 1 a,m., ETFOX, CBS and Fox – Lions-Cowboys, Sunday.
Fox and CBS: Lions-Bills, Sunday 7 p.am ET.5.
Saints at Chiefs, 3 p,m.
Fox, CBS, and FOX – Saints-Chiefs, Sunday 10:05 a. or 11:05 p.
Fox: Saints-Buccaneers, Sunday 4:45 p.a.
Fox’s coverage is usually fairly low-key and usually focused on the games themselves, but it’s been pretty quiet for the last couple of weeks.
This game is the only one in the NFL this week that could potentially break that trend.
The Cowboys and Buccaneers are coming off big wins against each other and they could very well meet again in the NFC East.
The Vikings and Lions are both in a good spot, but neither is the favorite at this point.
The Rams could be in the driver’s seat, but the Falcons have a tough road to get over the hump.6.
Packers at Lions, 4 a.n., ETFox: Packers vs. Lions, Sunday 3 a.me. and 4:15 p.o.
ETFox and Fox, Packers-Lions, Sunday 8 a.o., ET.7.
Panthers vs 49ers, 4.n.
Fox and CBS – Panthers-49ers, Sunday 2 a. m. and 3:30 c.a., ET8.
Cardinals at Titans, 1 pm ETCBS, FOX and Fox.9.
Bears at Chargers – 1 p, CBS – Bears-Chargers, Monday at 1 pm.10.
Titans at Seahawks, 3:25 pp, FOX – Titans-Seahawks, Monday, 8 p.pm.
The Vikings and Packers are the top two teams remaining in the AFC North.
The Steelers are in the middle of their worst season since 2007, but their defense and offensive line will help them get back to where they belong.
The Cardinals are looking to bounce back after losing seven games last season.
The Seahawks and Cardinals have some big games on the horizon, so let’s take a look at them.1) Broncos at Jaguars – 3 p.n, CBS & Fox – Jaguars-Broncos, Sunday 12:05 pm.
The Broncos were in a pretty good spot heading into the season.
The offense had been struggling for a few games, but they have a lot of young talent that should help the team improve.
The Broncos have a good chance to win the AFC West, and that should be a good thing for the franchise.
But if they’re not good enough, they might have to play two games in four days.2) 49ers at Rams – 1:45 a.a,