Find out which football games are on this weekend so you can plan your viewing schedule accordingly.
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Football Games This Weekend
This weekend’s football games include some big matchups. On Saturday, the Ohio State Buckeyes take on the Michigan Wolverines. This is always a big game, and this year it has extra meaning as both teams are undefeated. Also on Saturday, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish take on the Clemson Tigers. This is a rematch of last year’s National Championship game, which Notre Dame won. Sunday’s games include the New England Patriots taking on the Baltimore Ravens and the Green Bay Packers taking on the Minnesota Vikings.
Saturday’s football games include the following:
-Texas A&M vs. Auburn
-Clemson vs. Georgia Tech
-Notre Dame vs. Pittsburgh
-Oklahoma State vs. West Virginia
The full NFL schedule for Sunday’s games is below.
1:00 p.m. ET
-Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions
-Atlanta Falcons at Carolina Panthers
-Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots
-New York Jets at Miami Dolphins
-Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers
-Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans
-Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans
-Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals
4:05 p.m. ET
-Arizona Cardinals at San Francisco 49ers
4:25 p.m. ET
-Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs
How to Watch
There are a few ways to watch football games on TV this weekend. If you have cable, you can watch games on ESPN, NBC, CBS, and Fox. If you have satellite, you can watch games on DirecTV or Dish Network. If you don’t have either of those, you can still watch some games on your local channels (depending on where you live). You can also stream games online through a number of different websites and apps.
There are a few different ways that you can watch football games online. One way is to use a service like Sling TV or DirecTV Now, which will let you stream games live. Another way is to use a service likeNFL Game Pass, which will let you watch replays of games after they’ve aired. Finally, you can also find some games on demand on YouTube or other video streaming services.
broadcast on radio. In the United States, almost all college and professional football games