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How do you view current TV schedules for NFL football games?

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The current television schedules for NFL football games can be found by looking at local television listings, checking your television provider's listings or by checking the NFL's season schedule website. The NFL posts a schedule of all games along with the channel broadcasting the game at NFL.com/schedules.

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In the 2015 NFL season, football games are broadcast on five different stations. NFL Network shows each week's Thursday night football game. CBS and FOX present Sunday football games beginning during the day at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. EST. NBC hosts Sunday night football games, and Monday night football games are aired on ESPN.

In 2015, the NFL also first experimented with airing an online-only game. This match-up, which was between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Buffalo Bills, took place on Oct. 25, 2015. The game was played in London and streamed online via Yahoo Sports and the NFL Mobile app. This game captured more than 15 million viewers. As of November 2015, the NFL has not yet announced plans for any future online-only broadcasts.

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