With the NFL’s season officially in the books, we’re starting the long, long process of getting ready for the start of the NFL season.
That includes watching NFL games from your couch, even if you’re in the country or not.
Here’s a look at how to watch Monday Night Football from your TV, and what to look for in the schedule to get you ready for Week 3.1.
What’s the schedule for the NFL?
The NFL schedule is expected to go live on NFL.com on Sunday.
Here are some important points to keep in mind:The teams on the slate include the AFC South winners, the AFC West victors, and the NFC East victors.
The teams to start the season on the road are the AFC East, the NFC South, and NFC West.
The NFL starts with its first Monday Night game on Nov. 10 at 8 p.m.
There are no Thursday Night games until the NFL playoffs begin the following week.2.
Where are the NFL games?
The first two games of the season will air on ESPN and NBC, and three more will air in the fall on Fox.
Here’s what you need to know about how each game is being aired.3.
Which NFL games are in the season?
The schedule is designed to be a mix of home and road games.
The league also has a Thursday Night game for Week 1.
The rest of the games are scheduled in the regular season.4.
Which games are broadcast on TV?ESPN will broadcast the first three Sunday Night games on Nov, 10, and 11 at 8 and 9 p.p.m., respectively.
NBC will air the last two on Nov., 15, and 16 at 8:30 p. and 9:30, respectively.5.
Which network is broadcasting the Sunday Night game?
The Sunday Night Game on ABC will be broadcast on the network’s broadcast network, which will air games from 9-10 p.