The NFL heads into its Sunday slate for Week 13 after the Bills handled their business on Thursday against the Patriots. This was a big one for playoff implications, with New England dropping to 6-6 and moving in the wrong direction in the playoff race.
The most important matchup on Sunday’s slate will see the Giants host the Commanders. The NFC East rivals are in third and fourth place in the division, but hold the last two wild card berths. With Seattle right behind them, the loser of this matchup will be in a tough spot.
The other big intra-conference matchup will see the Bengals host the Chiefs. Both teams are on the right side of the playoff picture, but this will be a critical matchup for positioning. With CBS getting the national slot in the late window, most of America will get this game. A small minority will get the Chargers-Raiders game.
FOX gets the short end of the stick this weekend in the late window, with both of their matchups at 4:05 p.m. ET and getting a lighter audience. Seahawks-Rams isn’t a great matchup, but Dolphins-49ers is a big one. It has fewer playoff tiebreaker implications, but does offer us a potential Super Bowl preview.
Here’s the full Sunday schedule with start times, TV channels, live stream options, and announcers.