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NFL Football TV Schedule 2013

The 2013 NFL Football TV Prime Time Schedule for ESPN Monday Night Football and the NBC Sunday Night Football has been announced. The 2013 NFL season will begin with an NBC Thursday Night Special Kick-Off Football Game September 5th @ 8:30 p.m. Eastern Time on the NBC Network with the Super Bowl Champions Baltimore Ravens visiting the Denver Broncos.

In this article you will find the ESPN Monday Night Television Schedule, the NBC Sunday Night Football Schedule, the NFL Network TV Schedule as well as the Thanksgiving Day Schedule. The NFL Playoff Schedule is also posted at the end of the article. I have also added the preliminary postseason/playoff schedule dates. All game times are listed in Eastern Time.


Carolina at New Orleans game moved to Sunday Night Football Dec. 8th on NBC

The Carolina Panthers at the New Orleans Saints December 8th football game has been moved to the Sunday Night Football prime-time schedule.

The game change is per the league's flex scheduling to accommodate games with more viewer appeal and teams with playoff importance.

NFL Football fans nationwide will buy NFL tickets, team tickets, season tickets for their football enjoyment. There are many NFL football fans that will cozy up in the recliner, on the couch or have a NFL Football night get-together with friends and family over to watch football. Big Screen TV and awesome Home theater Sound Systems will be purchased to watch the NFL games in the best possible way to feel as though you are at the games. Don’t forget that Direct TV has the NFL Sunday Ticket for those fans who just can’t get enough NFL football.

Super Bowl XLVIII is scheduled to be played in February 2014 at the MetLife Stadium at the Meadowlands Sports Complex in New Jersey. But until the NFL Playoffs are here, Television as well as Internet TV fans of football will celebrate the 2013 season and you can see the TV listing here to plan for your Sunday, Monday and Thursday night of NFL Football.

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Monday Night Football 2013 TV Schedule on ESPN Cable Network

Monday Night Football on ESPN will begin the 2013 football telecast season with a double-header schedule featuring the Philadelphia Eagles at the Washington Redskins in the early game @ 7:10 p.m. eastern time followed by the Houston Texans @ the San Diego Chargers @ 10:20 p.m. for the late game.

The Monday Night Football Schedule will showcase eight NFC Conference match-ups, 4 AFC Conference match-ups and 5 inter-Conference game this season. No team has more than 2 scheduled appearances on Monday Night Football.

Monday Night Football Schedule 2013

Game Time schedule- 8:40 p.m. E.T.

Sept. 9th Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins 7:10 pm E.T.

Sept. 9th Houston Texans at San Diego Chargers 10:20 pm E.T.

Sept. 16th Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals

Sept. 23rd Oakland Raiders at Denver Broncos

Sept. 30th Miami Dolphins at New Orleans Saints

Oct. 7th New York Jets at Atlanta Falcons

Oct .14th Indianapolis Colts at San Diego Chargers

Oct. 21st Minnesota Vikings at New York Giants

Oct. 28th Seattle Seahawks at Saint Louis Rams

Nov. 4th Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers

Nov. 11th Miami Dolphins at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Nov. 18th New England Patriots at Carolina Panthers

Nov. 25th San Francisco 49'ers at Washington Redskins

Dec. 2nd New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks

Dec. 9th Dallas Cowboys at Chicago Bears

Dec. 16th Baltimore Ravens at Detroit Lions

Dec. 23rd Atlanta Falcons at San Francisco 49'ers

Sunday Night Football

Sunday Night Football Schedule 2013 on NBC TV Network

The NBC NFL Sunday Night TV Football Schedule is set with football games that should give NFL Football fans a great evening of professional football. NBC will air a NFL Season Kick-Off game with the defending Super Bowl champions Baltimore Ravens visiting the Denver Broncos to begin the 2013-2014 NFL football season on September 5th. The defending World Champs normally open their season with a home game, but a scheduling conflict with Major League Baseball team Baltimore Orioles could not be resolved, so the Ravens will go on the road for their season opening game.

The Sunday Night Football TV line-up will feature multiple divisional rivalries and conference rivalry games. The NFL league has scheduled a very exciting Sunday Night Football line-up.

The game times are scheduled for 8:30 p.m. eastern time. After a day of Sunday football, the NBC Sunday Night Football line-up will close the day with exciting match-ups. Check out the schedule below to the games slated.

Once the NFL Football Season reaches Week 11 of play the NFL can institute a "flex-scheduling" to reschedule a Sunday Night Prime Time Game for teams with Playoff Implications. This scheduling has been successful in the past years and will continue this year as well. For a complete explanation of this NFL broadcast rules for the flex scheduling, see NFL FLEX SCHEDULING 101.

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Game Time schedule-8:30 p.m. E.T.

Sept. 5th Baltimore Ravens at Denver Broncos (Thursday Night)

Sept. 8th New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys

Sept. 15th San Francisco 49'ers at Seattle Seahawks

Sept. 22nd Chicago Bears at Pittsburgh Steelers

Sept. 29th New England Patriots at Atlanta Falcons

Oct. 6th Houston Texans at San Francisco 49'ers

Oct. 13th Washington Redskins at Dallas Cowboys

Oct. 20th Denver Broncos at Indianapolis Colts

Oct. 27th Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings

Nov. 3rd Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans

Nov. 10th Dallas Cowboys at New Orleans Saints

Nov. 17th ***Kansas City Chiefs @ Denver Broncos

Nov. 24th Denver Broncos at New England Patriots

Nov. 28th Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens (Thanksgiving Night)

Dec. 1st New York Giants at Washington Redskins

Dec. 8th Carolina Panthers at New Orleans Saints

Dec. 15th Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers

Dec. 22nd New England Patriots at Baltimore Ravens

NFL Flex-Scheduling for Sunday Night Football

***The Sunday Night Football TV Schedule will allow for a "flex-schedule" near the end of the NFL regular season. NFL games between two teams that have NFL playoff implications can have their game time schedule changed to be live telecast on NBC Sunday Night Football.

NFL Network TV Thursday Night Football Schedule 2013

The NFL Network has released the NFL Football Schedule for the Thursday Night line-up. The NFL Network TV line-up will have 13 games for the 2013 NFL season. The Games will begin to telecast on Thursday nights at 8:25 p.m. eastern time.

No team that is scheduled to play on Thursday night on the road will have a road game scheduled the Sunday before. The NFL Network kicks off its 8th season of live telecast of NFL Football games this year.

Game Time Schedule- 8:25 p.m. E.T.

Sept. 12th New York Jets at New England Patriots

Sept. 19th Kansas City Chiefs at Philadelphia Eagles

Sept. 26th San Francisco 49'ers at Saint Louis Rams

Oct. 3rd Buffalo Bills at Cleveland Browns

Oct. 10th New York Giants at Chicago Bears

Oct. 17th Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals

Oct. 24th Carolina Panther at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Oct. 31st Cincinnati Bengals at Miami Dolphins

Nov. 7th Washington Redskins at Minnesota Vikings

Nov. 14th Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans

Nov. 21st New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons

Dec. 5th Houston Texans at Jacksonville Jaguars

Dec. 12th San Diego Chargers at Denver Broncos

NFL 2013 Football Season-Thanksgiving Day Football TV Schedule

The Thanksgiving Day NFL Football Schedule has become a part of the American tradition. The Detroit Lions and the Dallas Cowboys both host games each year.

The Detroit Lions will host division rival Green Bay Packers and the Dallas Cowboys will host the Oakland Raiders.

The Thanksgiving Day night game will be a special edition of Sunday Night Football on NBC with the Pittsburgh Steelers at the Baltimore Ravens.


Nov 28th Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions 12:30 pm et FOX

Nov 28th Oakland Raiders at Dallas Cowboys 4:30 pm et CBS

Nov 28th Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens 8:30 pm et NBC

Are You Ready for Some Football? NFL 2013 TV Schedule

The 2013-2014 NFL Football TV Schedule on ESPN, NBC and NFL Network
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NFL Football Postseason Playoff Schedule 2013-2014

Sunday, January 5, 2014
NFC Wild Card Game (teams, site & time to be determined)

Saturday, January 11, 2014
NFC Divisional Playoff Game

Sunday, January 12, 2014
NFC Divisional Playoff Game

Sunday, January 19, 2014
NFC Championship Game

Sunday, February 2, 2014
Super Bowl XLVIII (MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ)

Super Bowl XLVIII (48)

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Comments 25 comments

Phil 3 years ago

My Redskins STINK this year, but they still might make the playoffs in the lowly NFC East.


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Michael Willis 3 years ago from Arkansas Author

I also have seen the Thursday Night Football schedule not as interesting the past couple of years as the NFL has expanded the schedule.

If the Thursday night line-up had more top teams and fewer games, it would be better in my opinion. Thirteen weeks is too many. I would prefer they just use Thursday Night Football in the last quarter of the season if the NFL really felt the need for it.

But we know it is all about the money raked in from TV.


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pmarinov 3 years ago from Detroit MI

I think that Thursday night football ruins the whole football week. Football looses its char, we see it way to often during the season, Thursday, Sunday, Monday. We should stick to how it used to be Sunday and Monday Night. Please take off Thursday Night Football, it also features 10 out the 12 games aired between teams that are not even interesting to watch.


tk 4 years ago

How long will this commissioner be allowed to ruin football? Thurs. night games are the only plus to come under his tenure in my opinion.


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Michael Willis 4 years ago from Arkansas Author

I remember those days also. The Raiders always seemed to find ways to win on Monday Night Football. They are getting better and I bet we will start to see more of them in the future on Prime Time TV in football.


Jeffrey 4 years ago

The raiders were a staple on Mnf I miss those days


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Michael Willis 4 years ago from Arkansas Author

Thanks Teter for noticing the Sunday Night Schedule error. I have it fixed now. For some reason Hubpages has been out of whack this evening. Had to re-type many text capsules and took forever to even get pictures loaded.

"Chicago Man:"--Where do you see Jaguars hosting two MNF games? They have one game on a Thursday Night. The league made a point to have all 32 teams to have at least one prime time game this season.


chicago man 4 years ago

Why are the Jaguars hosting 2 MNF games?!?!?!


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Michael Willis 4 years ago from Arkansas Author

I am leaning towards either Green Bay Packers or the New Orleans Saints to win the Super Bowl over whoever they see in the Championship game.


Football King 4 years ago

The Packers, Saints or Patriots will win Super Bowl XVLI, no other teams stand a chance


jess 4 years ago

the jets have nothing on the Giants wave girl, that's why they got stomped!lol. sorry about your luck.


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Michael Willis 4 years ago from Arkansas Author

Tony, the Dallas Cowboys at the New York Giants game time has been changed to 7:30 pm central time/8:30 eastern time. The game will be featured on the week 17 NBC Sunday Night Football telecast.


tony 4 years ago

What time is the dallas vs new york game next sunday


richard nicoletti 5 years ago

If the schedule makers have any brains they'll change Sunday's scheduling and telecast the Denver-Miami game. They'll pick up a lot of viewers. But I doubt if they have any brains.


Big george 5 years ago

Don't hate on the bills they got a solid squad.

they will make playoffs this year!!!!!!


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Michael Willis 5 years ago from Arkansas Author

The NFL 2011 Football Season is going to be a great year for football fans. There are many great games on the TV schedule this season.

Once again, the Sunday Night Football schedule will feature the best of rivalry games.


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Michael Willis 6 years ago from Arkansas Author

I saw a preseason power ranking poll that had the NY Jets at #1 to begin the season. The Jets will be better this year.

I always got tired of having to go to this page and then to this page and so on to find the NFL Football TV Schedule, so I placed all the information in this article. One web page, one listing for All the NFL TV Football Schedule.


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wavegirl22 6 years ago from New York, NY

Yes Michael . .look for the jets v the boys in the super bowl :) Great hub and one that needs to be bookmarked! Season is really getting ready .. Giants reported to camp today .. and I am officially counting the minutes to kick off:)


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Michael Willis 6 years ago from Arkansas Author

Buffalo needs to find a Quarterback. I was shocked they didn't take one in the NFL Draft this year. I miss the days of the hi-octane offense the Bills had in the 90's. Those Bills were exciting to watch.


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Double Down 6 years ago

My Buffalo Bills failed to make the cut for any of these games! That's probably for the best, they're gonna stink.


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Michael Willis 6 years ago from Arkansas Author

You and me both SafeCard. I am sooo ready for the NFL Football season to begin. I am also looking at buying a new Big Screen TV this year.


SafeCard 6 years ago from Charlotte, NC

I can't wait for the season to start! I went and bought a new big flat screen HDTV just for watching football.


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Michael Willis 6 years ago from Arkansas Author

Thanks Kingis again for reminding me about the Flex Scheduling. I have made the revision and added it to the article.


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Michael Willis 6 years ago from Arkansas Author

Thanks Kingis. The Sunday Night football games look to be the best schedule this year. And I love that there is the "flexible-schedule" in place. Makes for more interesting games. I will have to make sure to Add those schedule changes as soon as they are made public.

I am some what disappointed in the Monday Night Football Scheduling. It is mainly divisional games and not all look very enticing to watch, but...never know how teams will play until the time comes.


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kingis 6 years ago from Springfield, IL

Michael, good hub detailing the NFL Prime Time games on Thursday Night, Sunday Night, and Monday Night games. Now, the Sunday Night games are subject to change after Week 9 with flex scheduling. There are some great matchups especially the Manning Brothers Bowl.

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