What Is the NFL Schedule for Today?

Keep up with the NFL schedule for today with our handy guide. We’ll let you know what time each game is on and who’s playing who.


The NFL schedule for today is as follows:

1:00 PM EST
-New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles
-Washington Redskins at Dallas Cowboys

4:05 PM EST
-Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals
-Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers

7:30 PM EST
-Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers

Today’s Games

The National Football League (NFL) schedule for today is below. All times are EST.

Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens, 1:00 PM
Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions, 1:00 PM
Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots, 1:00 PM
New York Jets at Miami Dolphins, 1:00 PM
Jacksonville Jaguars at Houston Texans, 1:00 PM
Tennessee Titans at Indianapolis Colts, 1:00 PM
Washington Redskins at Carolina Panthers, 1:00 PM
Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals, 1:00 PM
Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears, 1:00 PM
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons, 1:00 PM
Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs, 4:05 PM

How to Watch Today’s Games

The National Football League (NFL) regular season typically runs from the week after Labor Day to the week after Christmas, with each team playing 16 games.

The NFL schedule for today may includes games that air on national television networks like NBC, FOX, and ESPN. You can also find out what game is airing on your local network affiliate by visiting their website or checking your TV listings.

If you’re looking for a specific game, you can use the NFL Game Pass app to watch live or on-demand broadcasts of every NFL game. You can also listen to live radio broadcasts of games through the app. A subscription to NFL Game Pass costs $99.99/year, but you can get a 7-day free trial by signing up at their website.


The NFL schedule for today is still very much up in the air as the league and its teams continue to work through the COVID-19 pandemic. However, there are a few things that we do know. The NFL season is set to begin on September 10th with the Thursday Night Football game between the Houston Texans and the Kansas City Chiefs. The full schedule for that week has not yet been released, but it is expected to be released sometime in August. In addition, the NFL has stated that they are planning to have all 32 teams playing in Week 1, so we can expect to see a full slate of games on Sunday, September 13th. Beyond that, it is still unknown how many games each team will play in 2020 and what the playoff format will look like.

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