If all you want for Christmas is NFL football, you get your wish.
For the second year in a row, the NFL plays on Christmas Day. This time, they’re not just playing one game. They play double head.
The NFL has played double heads at Christmas before. The most recent one was in 2017. However, this year’s slate of matches looks great, as all four teams playing have something at stake, whether they are fighting for their playoff life or the number one seed on their team. conspiracy.
More: Watch NFL Christmas games live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)
The first game appeared in Browns and the Packers. Cleveland will travel to cold Lambeau Stadium for a game that must be won. Brown lost by just two points last week despite dealing with the COVID outbreak within their team. They would have the incentive to beat Green Bay, but the Packers are fighting for the top seed in the NFC. Therefore, it will not be an easy match with Brown.
The Ponies face the Cardinals in the night game in a tag team battle heading in the opposite direction. The Colts are currently hot, having won five of their last six matches. The Cardinals have dropped contests back-to-back, so they’ll be looking at the right ship as they look to avoid blowing up the NFC West they’ve held all season.
Here’s everything you need to know about watching the two NFL Christmas games in 2021.
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Here’s a look at the 2021 NFL Christmas schedule. This marks the second year in a row that the NFL has held Christmas football. It is also the sixth double header the NFL has ever hosted in the holiday.
|Game||start time||TV channel|
|Brown at Packers||4:30 p.m. Eastern time||Fox, NFL Network, fuboTV|
|Ponies in Cardinals||8:15 PM ET||NFL Network, fuboTV|
How to watch NFL Christmas games
Here’s how to catch each of the 2021 Christmas Day games.
Browns Channel vs Packers TV
(Departing at 4:30 p.m. Eastern time)
- TV channel: Fox | NFL network
- Live broadcast: Amazon Prime | fuboTV
Browns-Packers will get the treatment most “Friday Night Football” matches have gotten all season. The game will be broadcast simultaneously on both the Fox and NFL network and will be available to stream on Amazon Prime. Joe Buck will be the stage host as Troy Aikman provides color commentary.
The side lines will get a little change. Erin Andrews will serve as one side reporter, as usual, but Tom Rinaldi will take the place normally occupied by Christina Pink. Mike Pereira will be Fox’s grammar analyst and will appear on broadcasts as needed.
Amazon Prime will also offer alternative broadcasts. One of them names Hannah Storm and Andrea Kramer in the game while “The Scout” features Bucky Brooks, Danielle Jeremiah and Joey Taylor.
Colts Channel vs Cardinals TV
(Departure at 8:15 p.m. ET)
- TV channel: NFL Network
- Live broadcast: NFL app | fuboTV
The Colts-Cardinals game will be available to watch exclusively on the NFL Network. Indianapolis affiliates and Phoenix TV will broadcast broadcasts regionally to local residents, but the rest of the country will need the NFL Network to watch the competition.
Joe Davis and Kurt Warner, who made up the Browns-Raiders game crew on Monday, will be anchors and analysts for the Christmas Eve game. Melissa Stark and Peter Schrager will be the game’s direct correspondents.
An Arizona-Indy game can be streamed using the NFL app if you have a cable subscription. If you don’t, you can stream the game using fuboTV, which comes with a seven-day free trial.
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NFL Score Christmas 2021
|The final results|
|Brown at Packers|
|Ponies in Cardinals|