As the National Football League has done in recent years, all of the games in the late window of Week 17 have some sort of playoff implications. Well. . .almost all of them. (Sorry, Raiders and Broncos fans.) The NFL knows how to do drama, and they’re doing it again this week.
Since the season is over for the Vikings, we can bring you one last modified, limited Red Zone Sunday here at DN, so that you can kick back, relax, and watch/discuss all of the late games on this final Sunday of the 2020 NFL regular season.
Here are the coverage maps from the folks at 506 Sports to let you know which games are being shown where for those of you that aren’t blessed with the Red Zone Channel. Since it’s Week 17, both CBS and FOX have doubleheaders this week, so there’s a full complement of games on each network. Here’s the full list:
Late Games on FOX
- Green: New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers - Adam Amin, Mark Schlereth - DirecTV Channel 712
- Red: Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears - Kevin Burkhardt, Daryl Johnston - DirecTV Channel 713
- Yellow: Los Angeles Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs - Kevin Kugler, Brock Huard - DirecTV Channel 714
- Blue: Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers (in Arizona) - Kenny Albert, Jonathan Vilma - DirecTV Channel 715
Late Games on CBS
- Yellow: Las Vegas Raiders at Denver Broncos - Beth Mowins, Tiki Barber - DirecTV Channel 716
- Blue: Tennessee Titans at Houston Texans - Greg Gumbel, Rich Gannon - DirecTV Channel 717
- Green: Jacksonville Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts - Andrew Catalon, James Lofton - DirecTV Channel 718
- Red: Arizona Cardinals at Los Angeles Rams - Jim Nantz, Boomer Esiason - DirecTV Channel 719
The Sunday Night Football matchup on NBC will feature the Washington Football Team traveling to take on the Philadelphia Eagles. If the WFT wins, they will win the NFC East. If they lose, the title goes to the winner of the Cowboys/Giants matchup from earlier in the day.
It’s the final half day of the 2020 NFL regular season, and we’re still deciding playoff berths, divisional championships, and even first-round byes. Come on in and watch the games with us!