2021 Thanksgiving Week 12 NFL schedule: games, time, TV, how to watch and stream
We take a look around the league at a roundup of who plays who and where to check out all the action in the NFL during this Thanksgiving week.
Thanksgiving Day football kicks off Week 12 with the traditional lunchtime game hosted by the hapless Detroit Lions, looking for their first win of the season against the struggling Chicago Bears. Continuing the festive tradition, as we all wallow on the sofa with bellies distended, the red-hot Dallas Cowboys will play host to the Las Vegas Raiders, who are just about clinging on to Wild Card hopes in the afternoon game. And then, just as we get our second wind and decide to go back to the kitchen to pick off another helping of that turkey or ham, we can settle in for an evening matchup that will see the Buffalo Bills visit the New Orleans Saints, both teams trying to stay within sight of their respective division leaders.
Sunday’s matchups will look like this:
1 p.m. ET kickoff
4:05 p.m. ET kickoff
(6-4) Los Angeles Chargers at Denver Broncos (5-5)
4:25 p.m. ET kickoff
8:20 p.m. ET kickoff
(6-5) Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens (7-3)
And to round off the Week 12 action, Monday Night Football will see the 3-7 Seattle Seahawks travel to Washington to face the 4-6 Washington Football Team.
All the NFL games can be viewed on FOX, NBC, CBS ESPN and the NFL Network. If you don’t have cable, you can stream Sunday Night Football games on Peacock or find games on other streaming service providers such as: YouTube, Hulu with Live TV, Fubo, or Sling.
Plus, you can follow along with the live commentary of the Titans-Patriots game, the Rams-Packers game, plus the Monday Night Football game here at AS.com English.