We are getting closer to living a new Super Bowl, but before this comes Week 14 of the NFL with games that can be decisive for some teams to reach the Playoffs, so we tell you what games can be seen from open TV.
After Week 14 began with the Los Angeles Rams’ dramatic 17-16 win against the Las Vegas Raiders, this Sunday looks set to bring us interesting, high-level games for the final chances to qualify.
For their part, the Minnesota Vikings require a win at Ford Field to secure their spot in the National Conference postseason, however, the Detroit Lions will try to slow the Vikings.
Same case for the Philadelphia Eagles, who face this Sunday to the visiting New York Giants and require the win to not depend on anyone and go directly to the NFL playoffs.
The Kansas City Chiefs, meanwhile, will try to give the bell at Mile High against the Denver Broncos, but they will have to wait for the Los Angeles Chargers to suffer a loss at SoFi Stadium in their game against the Miami Dolphins.
During this week, teams such as the Atlanta Falcons, Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, Indianapolis Colts, New Orleans Saints and Washington Commanders will not see activity.
Undoubtedly, although the Steelers are not at their best, the game that Pittsburgh will play against the Baltimore Ravens is one of the most attractive and is that the Steelers seek to rebound positions against a Ravens that will not have the star, Lamar Jackson.
In a duel of state rivals, the surprising Dallas Cowboys seek to continue the winning streak against Houston Texans who arrive as victims. At the moment, the Cowboys are behind Philadelphia in the Eastern Conference, but they are looking to take the top spot on Sunday.
Which NFL Week 14 games are broadcast on TV?
To the surprise of many NFL fans, Week 14 will only have one game that will go on free-to-air TV this Sunday, December 11: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. San Francisco 49ers which will be broadcast at 3:25 p.m. (Mexico Central Time) on Channel 5.
Which NFL Week 14 games go on pay TV?
Finally, we list the pay channels through which you can see the rest of the day:
Raiders vs Rams 7:15 p.m. on Fox Sports
Texans vs Cowboys at 12:00 pm on Fox Sports
Baltimore vs Pittsburgh 12:00 on Fox Sports
Kansas City vs Denver at 3:05 p.m. on Fox Sports
Miami vs Los Angeles 7:20 p.m. on ESPN
New England vs Arizona at 7:15 p.m. on ESPN