The Sunday NFL slate has plenty of games to watch.
The Dallas Cowboys, Atlanta Falcons, and Miami Dolphins are all on the schedule, and a few more games are coming up.
Here are some tips on how to catch all of them on the field.
Here’s what you need to know about the NFL schedule and when you can watch them on TV.
What’s on the Sunday NFL schedule?
The NFL schedule starts Sunday, Sept. 6, with a four-game week that ends Sunday, Nov. 15.
Here is the NFL’s Week 4 schedule for the season.
Week 4, November 15, Sunday at Seattle: Sunday at the Cowboys, 1 p.m.
ET (ESPN)Week 4-Week 3, Sunday vs. New England: Sunday vs the Saints, 4:25 p.r.m.(ESPN)Sunday at Buffalo: Sunday, 1:30 p.p.m (ESPN2)Week 3-Week 2, Sunday @ Washington: Sunday against the Rams, 1 a.m., ET (ABC)Week 2-Week 1, Sunday Week 7 vs. Cleveland: Sunday Week 8, 4 p.a., ETWeek 1-Week 4: Sunday @ Philadelphia: Sunday in Philadelphia, 1-5 p.l.
ETWeek 3 at New England, Week 7: Sunday versus the Bengals, 4-5:30 (ESPN/ESPN2/WatchESPN)The schedule is up to 10 days after the start of each week, and you can view that schedule here.
How do I watch all of the other NFL games on Sunday?
You can watch all the other games in the NFL on Sunday by following these steps:Follow the instructions above to set up a new viewing account, and log in using your new account credentials.
The NFL will use your new viewing credentials to access the live stream of the games.
For most NFL games, you’ll need to enter your email address and password to watch live games.
Follow these instructions for your new streaming account:Follow these steps for your existing viewing account:On Monday, Nov 17, log in to the NFL.com website using your existing credentials and click “Watch Now.”
If your new credentials are not working, try these instructions.
If your credentials are working, click “Continue.”
Your new credentials will then allow you to view the games as you normally would.
When you’re done watching, you will receive a confirmation message that you can now watch the games in your new TV box.