ANDthe channel NFL Networkthe official channel of the NFLto transmit 22 live preseason gamesamong them the reissue of Super Bowls XLII and XLVIbetw
ANDthe channel NFL Networkthe official channel of the NFLto transmit 22 live preseason gamesamong them the reissue of Super Bowls XLII and XLVIbetween the New York Giants and the New England Patriots.
It all starts with eight games in the Week 1 starting August 11 with the matchup between the Giants and Patriots at 7 pm ET.
Broadcasts will continue the following day, Friday, August 12, when Detroit hosts Atlantawhile that same day they will face Green Bay Packers and San Francisco 49ers.
It should be remembered that since the previous season the NFL agenda only three preseason games and not four as it did for more than four decades.
This was because since the 2021 season the teams play 17 regular season gamesand not 16 as it was done since 1978.
These are the games within three weeks of the preseason that NFL Network broadcast live:
Thursday, August 11
7 p.m. ET New York Giants at New England Patriots
Friday August 12
6 p.m. ET Atlanta Falcons at Detroit Lions
8:30 p.m. ET Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers
Saturday August 13
1 p.m. ET Kansas City Chiefs at Chicago Bears
4 p.m. ET Indianapolis Colts at Buffalo Bills
7 p.m. ET Seattle Seahawks at Pittsburgh Steelers
9 p.m. ET Dallas Cowboys at Denver Broncos
Sunday August 14
4:25 p.m. ET Minnesota Vikings at Las Vegas Raiders
Friday August 19
7 p.m. ET Carolina Panthers at New England Patriots
10 p.m. ET Houston Texans at Los Angeles Rams
Saturday August 20
1 p.m. ET Denver Broncos at Buffalo Bills
4 p.m. ET Washington Commanders at Kansas City Chiefs
7 p.m. ET Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Tennessee Titans
10 p.m. ET Dallas Cowboys at Los Angeles Chargers
Sunday August 21
1 p.m. ET Philadelphia Eagles at Cleveland Browns
7 p.m. ET Cincinnati Bengals at New York Giants
Thursday, August 25
8 p.m. ET Green Bay Packers at Kansas City Chiefs
Friday August 26
8 p.m. ET Seattle Seahawks at Dallas Cowboys
Saturday August 27
3 p.m. ET Jacksonville Jaguars at Atlanta Falcons
6 p.m. ET Los Angeles Rams at Cincinnati Bengals
9 p.m. ET Minnesota Vikings at Denver Broncos
Sunday August 29
1 p.m. ET New York Giants at New York Jets