Published On : July 22, 2021 by: Sakshi Sharma/Category(s) : Schedules
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Thanks to a joint venture among NFL Network, FOX, NBC, and Amazon Prime, “Thursday Night Football” will be broadcast once again during the 2021 NFL season. On Thursday night, the four outlets will combine to offer 16 games to fans.
With the exception of the Week 12 Thanksgiving night game between Buffalo and New Orleans, NFL Network will broadcast 14 of these games, with FOX and Amazon Prime signing on starting in Week 5 and running through Week 15.
On NBC, that game, as well as the 2021 season kickoff game on Sept. 9 between the defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Dallas Cowboys, will be broadcast. Aside from Weeks 2-4, NFL Network will broadcast the Week 16 game between San Francisco and Tennessee on its own.
The 17 NFL games on NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” schedule in 2021 will highlight 20 multiple teams (Week 18’s matchup is TBD). Green Bay, Kansas City, and San Francisco are all set to perform three times each on Sunday night, as are all 14 playoff teams from last season.
Eight other teams, such as the defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers, is scheduled to appear on SNF twice. In the NFL 2021 schedule week 4, the Buccaneers will travel to Foxborough to face the Patriots, which means Tom Brady will come back to Gillette Stadium in a familiar situation — as the reigning Super Bowl champion — but for the first time in his 22-year career, he will be going to visit the locker room. Excited aren’t you?
The NFL’s “Monday Night Football” will be in its 52nd season in 2021, and ESPN will broadcast 17 games in prime time during the coveted Monday night time slot. This year’s MNF lineup features 25 separate teams, including all 14 playoff teams from the previous season. The Bills, Rams, Ravens, and Steelers are among the nine teams that will play each other twice on Monday night.
In additament to the MNF schedule, ESPN/ABC will broadcast a Saturday, Week 18 doubleheader on Jan. 8 (matchups to be determined), bringing the total number of regular-season games to 19. This will be the first season since ESPN began broadcasting “Monday Night Football” in 2006 that the network will air at least one match each week of the regular season.
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With a total of six teams on bye, Week 7 of the 2021 NFL season is the softest on the schedule. On “Thursday Night Football,” the action begins with a matchup between Denver and Cleveland. Only two divisional games are on the Week 7 schedule, but both Bengals-Ravens and Jets-Patriots should be entertaining.
Meanwhile, Kansas City will travel to Nashville to face Tennessee in a rematch of last season’s AFC Championship Game. Also, Jared Goff and Matthew Stafford will see plenty of familiar characters when the Lions and Rams meet at SoFi Stadium.
Hold your breath guys! Week 7 will see Indianapolis travel to the West Coast to face San Francisco on “Sunday Night Football,” and New Orleans will travel to the Pacific Northwest to face Seattle on “Monday Night Football.”
|8:20 PM||FirstEnergy Stadium||Broncos at Browns||Watch- FOX, NFL Network, AmazonListen -NFL Game Pass, Westwood One, Sirius XM|
|1:00 PM||MetLife Stadium||Panthers at Giants||Watch- FOXListen -NFL Game Pass, Westwood One, Sirius XM|
|1:00 PM||Gilette Stadium||Jets at Patriots||Watch- CBSListen -NFL Game Pass, Westwood One, Sirius XM|
|1:00 PM||Nissan Stadium||Chiefs at Titans||Watch- CBSListen -NFL Game Pass, Westwood One, Sirius XM|
|1:00 PM||Lambeau Field||Washington at Packers||Watch- FOXListen -NFL Game Pass, Westwood One, Sirius XM|
|1:00 PM||Hard Rock Stadium||Falcons at Dolphins||Watch- FOXListen -NFL Game Pass, Westwood One, Sirius XM|
|1:00 PM||M&T Bank Stadium||Bengals at Ravens||Watch- CBSListen -NFL Game Pass, Westwood One, Sirius XM|
|4:05 PM||SoFi Stadium||Lions at Rams||Watch- FOXListen -NFL Game Pass, Westwood One, Sirius XM|
|4:05 PM||Allegiant Stadium||Eagles at Raiders||Watch- FOXListen -NFL Game Pass, Westwood One, Sirius XM|
|4:25 PM||State Farm Stadium||Texans at Cardinals||Watch- CBSListen -NFL Game Pass, Westwood One, Sirius XM|
|4:25 PM||Raymond James Stadium||Bears at Buccaneers||Watch- CBSListen -NFL Game Pass, Westwood One, Sirius XM|
|8:20 PM||Levi’s Stadium||Colts at 49ers||Watch- NBCListen -NFL Game Pass, Westwood One, Sirius XM|
|8:15 PM||Lumen Field||Saints at Seahawks||Watch- ESPNListen -NFL Game Pass, Westwood One, Sirius XM|
This is all we had for NFL 2021 schedule week 7. We’ll keep you informed about the entire regular season along with start times and byes. If you want a more detailed breakdown, OneClick Activate is at your service! We also have the complete Thursday, Sunday, and Monday night boards.
Most other times are in Eastern Time and are subject to change. Beginning in Week 5, flex scheduling rules apply, and they are in effect for Weeks 5 through 17.