Once again, fans of the Minnesota Vikings have to sit around and wait for their favorite team to take the field. With that being the case, there is still plenty of great NFL action for everyone to take in leading up to that, which can only mean one thing.
For the third consecutive week, it’s another RED ZONE SUNDAY here at The Daily Norseman!
Now, thanks to the three games that happened on Thursday, the slate of games is a little abbreviated compared to what we’re used to. Also, since two of the four NFC North teams played on Thanksgiving Day, and the other two obviously play this evening, there’s not a lot to focus on. One of the big games of the day, for Vikings fans, will take place in Charlotte. In that one, two of the teams that the Vikings are fighting with for a potential Wild Card berth, the Seattle Seahawks and the Carolina Panthers, will be doing battle.
Here is the full slate of games for your Sunday afternoon.
Early Games on CBS
- Oakland Raiders at Baltimore Ravens - Andrew Catalon, James Lofton - DirecTV Ch 705
- Jacksonville Jaguars at Buffalo Bills - Spero Dedes, Adam Archuleta - DirecTV Ch 706
- Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals - Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon - DirecTV Ch 707
- New England Patriots at New York Jets - Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts - DirecTV Ch 708
Early Games on FOX
- Seattle Seahawks at Carolina Panthers - Kevin Burkhardt, Charles Davis - DirecTV Ch 709
- New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles - Thom Brennaman, Chris Spielman - DirecTV Ch 710
- San Francisco 49ers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Kenny Albert, Ronde Barber - DirecTV Ch 711
Late Game on FOX
Late Games on CBS
- Pittsburgh Steelers at Denver Broncos - Jim Nantz, Tony Romo - DirecTV Ch 713
- Miami Dolphins at Indianapolis Colts - Greg Gumbel, Trent Green, Bruce Arians - DirecTV Ch 714
Monday Night Football this week will feature the Houston Texans playing host to the Tennessee Titans, the former residents of Houston. Taking their bye this week are the Los Angeles Rams and the Kansas City Chiefs, both of whom have each already scored four touchdowns.
That’s this week’s NFL action, ladies and gentlemen. Enjoy the games while we hang out and wait for the main event to start later this evening.