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List of Sunday Night Football results (2006–present)

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The following is a detailed list of results and scores from National Football League games aired on NBC under the game package NBC Sunday Night Football. The list includes both regular season and post-season game results, both produced by NBC Sports, from the 2006 NFL season to the present.

The NFL instated a new "flex-scheduling" policy in which the NFL could choose a game to be aired in primetime on NBC based on the team's current performance and record. Previously, Sunday night NFL games were televised by ESPN, from 19872005, and TNT, from 19901997.

Starting with the 2006 NFL season, NBC was awarded the rights to air Sunday night primetime American football games, as well as the rights to air two games of the NFL playoffs. In February 2009, NBC concluded their third season of the game package by broadcasting Super Bowl XLIII and the 2009 Pro Bowl from Honolulu, Hawai'i. The game package also includes broadcast rights to the NFL Kickoff Game, the late-night Thanksgiving game, and Pro Football Hall of Fame Game.

The 2021 season marked the first time that NBC streamed its entire SNF season on its Peacock streaming service. Beginning in 2023, Peacock will also exclusively stream one national regular season game per year.

"Flex-scheduling" game Playoff game/Super Bowl broadcast on NBC Peacock exclusive game

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In 2006, NBC Sunday Night Football wrapped up its inaugural season averaging 17.5 million viewers, 1.2 million viewers better than Monday Night Football in 2005 on ABC and the best viewership number for the network primetime NFL package in six years (18.5 million on ABC in 2000).[1] The season featured pop singer Pink singing the anthem for SNF called "I've Been Waiting All Day For Sunday Night." This would be the only season the tentatively scheduled games during the flex period were not publicly announced.

The September 10 game marked the first time two brothers started against each other as quarterbacks: Peyton Manning of the Indianapolis Colts, and Eli Manning of the New York Giants.

There was no game played on October 22 because it overlapped with Game 1 of the 2006 World Series between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Detroit Tigers, along with Christmas Eve night; NBC broadcast the latter week's game (Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys) on Christmas afternoon instead. However, the broadcast of Football Night in America continued at its regular time on both occasions each Sunday, with a half-hour version of the program airing before the Christmas game and the two "Wild Card Saturday" games.

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Significance
1 Thursday September 7 Miami Dolphins 17–28 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field
Sunday September 10 Indianapolis Colts 26–21 New York Giants Giants Stadium Eli Manning vs. Peyton Manning
2 Sunday September 17 Washington Redskins 10–27 Dallas Cowboys Texas Stadium Cowboys–Redskins rivalry
3 Sunday September 24 Denver Broncos 17–7 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Broncos–Patriots rivalry
2005 AFC Divisional playoff rematch
2005 Week 6 Rematch
4 Sunday October 1 Seattle Seahawks 6–37 Chicago Bears Soldier Field
5 Sunday October 8 Pittsburgh Steelers 13–23 San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium 2005 Week 5 Rematch
6 Sunday October 15 Oakland Raiders 3–13 Denver Broncos Invesco Field at Mile High Broncos–Raiders rivalry
7 Sunday October 22 No game was scheduled against the 2006 World Series
8 Sunday October 29 Dallas Cowboys 35–14 Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium 2005 Week 16 Rematch
9 Sunday November 5 Indianapolis Colts 27–20 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Colts–Patriots rivalry
Tom Brady–Peyton Manning rivalry
2005 Week 9 Rematch
10 Sunday November 12* Chicago Bears 38–20 New York Giants Giants Stadium Bears–Giants rivalry
11 Sunday November 19* San Diego Chargers 35–27 Denver Broncos Invesco Field at Mile High Broncos–Chargers rivalry
12 Sunday November 26* Philadelphia Eagles 21–45 Indianapolis Colts RCA Dome
13 Sunday December 3* Seattle Seahawks 23–20 Denver Broncos Invesco Field at Mile High Broncos–Seahawks rivalry
14 Sunday December 10* New Orleans Saints 42–17 Dallas Cowboys Texas Stadium Sean Payton against his former team
15 Sunday December 17* Kansas City Chiefs 9–20 San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium Chargers–Chiefs rivalry
16 Monday December 25 Philadelphia Eagles 23–7 Dallas Cowboys Texas Stadium Cowboys–Eagles rivalry
DAL win: NFC East Champions
PHI win: Clinch playoff berth, NFC East lead, NO clinches first-round bye
17 Sunday December 31* Green Bay Packers 26–7 Chicago Bears Soldier Field Bears–Packers rivalry
Wild Card Saturday January 6 Kansas City Chiefs 8–23 Indianapolis Colts RCA Dome AFC No. 6 vs. AFC No. 3
Dallas Cowboys 20–21 Seattle Seahawks Qwest Field NFC No. 5 vs. NFC No. 4

*This was the only season that no game was initially scheduled for NBC in the affected weeks of flexible scheduling.


In 2007, there was no game broadcast on October 28 due to Game 4 of the 2007 World Series between the Boston Red Sox and the Colorado Rockies, although Football Night in America aired at its usual time that week. Also, a tentative full-season schedule was unveiled, including games in the last seven weeks of the season. Those games could be replaced under flexible scheduling if the need arose. Three of the games in the last seven weeks were eventually replaced with more compelling matches. This resulted in the situation—twice—of having a team playing consecutive Sunday nights. The New England Patriots played consecutive Sunday nights: their November 18 game at the Buffalo Bills was moved to prime time, replacing the Chicago Bears at Seattle Seahawks game, and was subsequently followed on November 25 by their already scheduled home game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Likewise, the Washington Redskins played a scheduled game at the New York Giants on December 16, and their December 23 game at the Minnesota Vikings was moved to prime time, replacing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at San Francisco 49ers game. Also, due to playoff implications, the December 30 Tennessee Titans at Indianapolis Colts game was flexed to prime time, replacing the Kansas City Chiefs at New York Jets game. Thus, the Colts played in the Kickoff game against the New Orleans Saints (due to winning Super Bowl XLI) and the regular season finale. The same rules under which CBS and Fox protected games for their own packages still applied.

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Significance
1 Thursday September 6 New Orleans Saints 10–41 Indianapolis Colts RCA Dome
Sunday September 9 New York Giants 35–45 Dallas Cowboys Texas Stadium Cowboys–Giants rivalry
2 Sunday September 16 San Diego Chargers 14–38 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium 2006 AFC Divisional playoff rematch
3 Sunday September 23 Dallas Cowboys 34–10 Chicago Bears Soldier Field
4 Sunday September 30 Philadelphia Eagles 3–16 New York Giants Giants Stadium Eagles–Giants rivalry
2006 NFC Wild Card playoff rematch
5 Sunday October 7 Chicago Bears 27–20 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Bears–Packers rivalry
6 Sunday October 14 New Orleans Saints 28–17 Seattle Seahawks Qwest Field
7 Sunday October 21 Pittsburgh Steelers 28–31 Denver Broncos Invesco Field at Mile High Broncos–Steelers rivalry
2006 Week 9 Rematch
8 Sunday October 28 No game was scheduled against the 2007 World Series
9 Sunday November 4 Dallas Cowboys 38–17 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Cowboys–Eagles rivalry
10 Sunday November 11 Indianapolis Colts 21–23 San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium Peyton Manning vs. LaDainian Tomlinson
Battle of last two NFL MVPs
11 Sunday November 18* New England Patriots 56–10 Buffalo Bills Ralph Wilson Stadium Bills–Patriots rivalry
12 Sunday November 25 Philadelphia Eagles 28–31 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Super Bowl XXXIX rematch
13 Sunday December 2 Cincinnati Bengals 10–24 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Bengals–Steelers rivalry
14 Sunday December 9 Indianapolis Colts 44–20 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium 2006 AFC Divisional playoff rematch
15 Sunday December 16 Washington Redskins 22–10 New York Giants Giants Stadium Giants–Redskins rivalry
16 Sunday December 23** Washington Redskins 32–21 Minnesota Vikings Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome 2006 Week 1 Rematch
17 Sunday December 30*** Tennessee Titans 16–10 Indianapolis Colts RCA Dome Colts–Titans rivalry
TEN win: AFC No. 6 seed
TEN loss: CLE AFC No. 6 seed
Wild Card Saturday January 5 Washington Redskins 14–35 Seattle Seahawks Qwest Field NFC No. 6 vs. NFC No. 3
Jacksonville Jaguars 31–29 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field AFC No. 5 vs. AFC No. 4
Week 15 rematch

*Bears-Seahawks game was flexed out for the Patriots-Bills game.
**Buccaneers-49ers game was flexed out for the Redskins-Vikings game.
***Chiefs-Jets game was flexed out for the Titans-Colts game. This was the only year that tentative opponents were scheduled for the last game of the season.


NBC Sunday Night Football's 2008 schedule began on September 4 with the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants defeating the Washington Redskins in the NFL Kickoff game. On September 7, the Indianapolis Colts hosted the Chicago Bears in the first game at Lucas Oil Stadium. 2008 marked the third consecutive year that both the Colts and Giants would be featured in the NBC Sunday Night Football opening week games. As a result, the Manning brothers were used in commercial advertisements.

The 2008 schedule, released April 15, continued the current practice of a scheduled game possibly being moved in favor of a more compelling one during Weeks 11 through 16 (November 16 through December 21), but left the slot open on the final Sunday, December 28. The NFL Kickoff Game between the Redskins and Giants that was played on September 4 started at 7 p.m. instead of the normal 8:30 p.m. time in order to avoid conflict with the nomination speech that John McCain gave at the 2008 Republican National Convention that night; the game ended at 10:01 p.m. EDT, averting any conflict. As in previous years, one Sunday night (October 26) featured no game broadcast due to Game 4 of the 2008 World Series between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Philadelphia Phillies, although Football Night in America aired as usual that week.

The October 19 Seattle Seahawks-Tampa Bay Buccaneers game featured Cris Collinsworth substituting for John Madden as the color commentator, the first time Madden had missed calling a game in 28 years. He had taken the week off because he would have had to make three straight cross country trips after calling games in Jacksonville and San Diego. (He traveled by bus because of a fear of flying.)[2][3][4] The New England Patriots-Seattle Seahawks game on December 7 was dropped in favor of a Washington Redskins-Baltimore Ravens flex schedule game. The San Diego Chargers-Tampa Bay Buccaneers game on December 21 was dropped in favor of a Carolina Panthers-New York Giants game to determine home-field advantage in the NFC playoffs. The Week 17 game was purposely not chosen when the schedule was initially released, and the Denver Broncos-San Diego Chargers game was picked up for it to determine the winner of the AFC West division.

On Wild Card weekend, the Atlanta Falcons and Arizona Cardinals both made their debuts on SNF in the 4:30 EDT game on January 3. The San Diego Chargers hosted the Indianapolis Colts in the primetime game later that evening.

Super Bowl XLIII, the first aired as part of this package took place on February 1 in Raymond James Stadium, with the Pittsburgh Steelers defeating the Arizona Cardinals 27–23.

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Significance
1 Thursday September 4 Washington Redskins 7–16 New York Giants Giants Stadium Giants–Redskins rivalry
Sunday September 7 Chicago Bears 29–13 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium Super Bowl XLI rematch
First regular-season game at Lucas Oil Stadium
2 Sunday September 14 Pittsburgh Steelers 10–6 Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns Stadium Browns–Steelers rivalry
3 Sunday September 21 Dallas Cowboys 27–16 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Cowboys–Packers rivalry
2007 Week 13 rematch
4 Sunday September 28 Philadelphia Eagles 20–24 Chicago Bears Soldier Field 2007 Week 7 Rematch
5 Sunday October 5 Pittsburgh Steelers 26–21 Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Municipal Stadium 2007 AFC Wild Card playoff rematch
2007 Week 15 rematch
6 Sunday October 12 New England Patriots 10–30 San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium 2007 AFC Championship Game rematch
2007 Week 2 rematch
7 Sunday October 19 Seattle Seahawks 10–20 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raymond James Stadium 2007 Week 1 Rematch
8 Sunday October 26 No game was scheduled against the 2008 World Series
9 Sunday November 2 New England Patriots 15–18 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium Colts–Patriots rivalry
Battle of the last two AFC Champions
2007 Week 9 rematch
10 Sunday November 9 New York Giants 36–31 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Eagles–Giants rivalry
11 Sunday November 16 Dallas Cowboys 14–10 Washington Redskins FedExField Cowboys–Redskins rivalry
12 Sunday November 23 Indianapolis Colts 23–20 San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium 2007 AFC Divisional playoff rematch
2007 Week 10 Rematch
13 Sunday November 30 Chicago Bears 14–34 Minnesota Vikings Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome Bears–Vikings rivalry
14 Sunday December 7* Washington Redskins 10–24 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium
15 Sunday December 14 New York Giants 8–20 Dallas Cowboys Texas Stadium Cowboys–Giants rivalry
2007 NFC Divisional playoff rematch
16 Sunday December 21** Carolina Panthers 28–34 (OT) New York Giants Giants Stadium Winner: Clinch home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs as the No. 1 seed
17 Sunday December 28 Denver Broncos 21–52 San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium Broncos–Chargers rivalry
Winner: AFC West champion
Loser: Eliminated
Wild Card Saturday January 3 Atlanta Falcons 24–30 Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium NFC No. 5 vs. NFC No. 4
Indianapolis Colts 17–23 (OT) San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium 2007 AFC Divisional playoff rematch and Week 12 rematch
AFC No. 5 vs. AFC No. 4
Super Bowl XLIII Sunday February 1 Pittsburgh Steelers 27–23 Arizona Cardinals Raymond James Stadium AFC No. 2 vs. NFC No. 4
2009 Pro Bowl February 8 NFC 30–21 AFC Aloha Stadium

*Patriots-Seahawks game was flexed out for the Redskins-Ravens game.
**Chargers-Buccaneers game was flexed out for the Panthers-Giants game.


Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Significance
1 Thursday September 10 Tennessee Titans 10–13 (OT) Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Steelers–Titans rivalry
2008 Week 16 rematch
Sunday September 13 Chicago Bears 15–21 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Bears–Packers rivalry
2 Sunday September 20 New York Giants 33–31 Dallas Cowboys Cowboys Stadium Cowboys–Giants rivalry
First regular season game at Cowboys Stadium
3 Sunday September 27 Indianapolis Colts 31–10 Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium Cardinals regular-season SNF debut
4 Sunday October 4 San Diego Chargers 28–38 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field 2008 AFC Divisional playoff rematch
2008 Week 11 Rematch
5 Sunday October 11 Indianapolis Colts 31–9 Tennessee Titans LP Field Colts–Titans rivalry
6 Sunday October 18 Chicago Bears 14–21 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome 2008 Week 6 Rematch
Falcons regular-season SNF debut
7 Sunday October 25 Arizona Cardinals 24–17 New York Giants Giants Stadium Battle of the last two NFC Champions
8 Sunday November 1 No game was scheduled against the 2009 World Series
9 Sunday November 8 Dallas Cowboys 20–16 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Cowboys–Eagles rivalry
10 Sunday November 15 New England Patriots 34–35 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium Colts–Patriots rivalry
Tom Brady–Peyton Manning rivalry
2008 Week 9 Rematch
11 Sunday November 22 Philadelphia Eagles 24–20 Chicago Bears Soldier Field 2008 Week 4 Rematch
12 Sunday November 29 Pittsburgh Steelers 17–20 (OT) Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium Ravens–Steelers rivalry
2008 AFC Championship Game rematch
13 Sunday December 6* Minnesota Vikings 17–30 Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium 2008 Week 15 Rematch
14 Sunday December 13 Philadelphia Eagles 45–38 New York Giants Giants Stadium Eagles–Giants rivalry
2008 NFC Divisional playoff rematch
Final SNF game at Giants Stadium
15 Sunday December 20 Minnesota Vikings 7–26 Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium 2008 Week 3 Rematch
16 Sunday December 27 Dallas Cowboys 17–0 Washington Redskins FedExField Cowboys–Redskins rivalry
DAL win: Clinches playoff berth
17 Sunday January 3 Cincinnati Bengals 0–37 New York Jets Giants Stadium NYJ win: CIN AFC No. 4 seed, NYJ AFC No. 5 seed
CIN win: CIN AFC No. 3 seed
NYJ eliminated
Wild Card Saturday January 9 New York Jets 24–14 Cincinnati Bengals Paul Brown Stadium AFC No. 5 vs. AFC No. 4 matchup
Week 17 Rematch
Philadelphia Eagles 14–34 Dallas Cowboys Cowboys Stadium Cowboys–Eagles rivalry
NFC No. 6 vs. NFC No. 3
Donovan McNabb's last game as an Eagle

*Patriots-Dolphins game was flexed out for the Vikings-Cardinals game.



Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Significance
1 Thursday September 9 Minnesota Vikings 9–14 New Orleans Saints Louisiana Superdome 2009 NFC Championship Game rematch
First SNF game in Superdome
Sunday September 12 Dallas Cowboys 7–13 Washington Redskins FedExField Cowboys–Redskins rivalry
Donovan McNabb's first game as a Redskin
2 Sunday September 19 New York Giants 14–38 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium Eli Manning vs. Peyton Manning
3 Sunday September 26 New York Jets 31–23 Miami Dolphins Sun Life Stadium Dolphins–Jets rivalry
4 Sunday October 3 Chicago Bears 3-17 New York Giants New Meadowlands Stadium Bears–Giants rivalry
5 Sunday October 10 Philadelphia Eagles 27–24 San Francisco 49ers Candlestick Park 2009 Week 15 Rematch
6 Sunday October 17 Indianapolis Colts 27–24 Washington Redskins FedExField Peyton Manning vs. Donovan McNabb
7 Sunday October 24 Minnesota Vikings 24–28 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Packers–Vikings rivalry
Brett Favre against his former team
8 Sunday October 31 Pittsburgh Steelers 10–20 New Orleans Saints Louisiana Superdome Ben Roethlisberger vs. Drew Brees
Battle of last two Super Bowl champions
9 Sunday November 7 Dallas Cowboys 7–45 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Cowboys–Packers rivalry
2009 Week 10 rematch
10 Sunday November 14 New England Patriots 39–26 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Patriots–Steelers rivalry
Tom Brady vs. Ben Roethlisberger
11 Sunday November 21 New York Giants 17–27 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Eagles–Giants rivalry
12 Sunday November 28 San Diego Chargers 36–14 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium 2008 AFC Wild Card playoff rematch
Philip Rivers vs. Peyton Manning
13 Sunday December 5 Pittsburgh Steelers 13–10 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium Ravens–Steelers rivalry
14 Sunday December 12 Philadelphia Eagles 30–27 Dallas Cowboys Cowboys Stadium Cowboys–Eagles rivalry
2009 NFC Wild Card playoff rematch
15 Sunday December 19 Green Bay Packers 27–31 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Super Bowl XXXI Rematch
16 Tuesday December 28* Minnesota Vikings 24–14 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field 2008 NFC Wild Card playoff rematch
17 Sunday January 2 St. Louis Rams 6–16 Seattle Seahawks Qwest Field[5] Rams–Seahawks rivalry
Winner: NFC West champion
Loser: Eliminated
Only Rams appearance on SNF while in St. Louis
Wild Card Saturday January 8 New Orleans Saints 36–41 Seattle Seahawks Qwest Field "Beast Quake"
NFC No. 5 vs. NFC No. 4
New York Jets 17–16 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium 2009 AFC Championship Game rematch
AFC No. 6 vs. AFC No. 3
Peyton Manning's final game as a Colt

*Chargers-Bengals game was flexed out for the Vikings-Eagles game. The game was then postponed to Tuesday night due to the December 2010 North American blizzard.


Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Significance
Pre 3 Sunday August 28 New Orleans Saints 40–20 Oakland Raiders Oakland Coliseum
1 Thursday September 8 New Orleans Saints 34–42 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Drew Brees vs. Aaron Rodgers
Battle of last two Super Bowl champions
Sunday September 11 Dallas Cowboys 24–27 New York Jets MetLife Stadium Tenth anniversary of September 11 attacks
2 Sunday September 18 Philadelphia Eagles 31–35 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome Eagles–Falcons rivalry
2010 Week 6 Rematch
3 Sunday September 25 Pittsburgh Steelers 23–20 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium Battle of the last two AFC Champions
4 Sunday October 2 New York Jets 17–34 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium 2010 Week 1 Rematch
5 Sunday October 9 Green Bay Packers 25–14 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome 2010 NFC Divisional playoff rematch
2010 Week 12 rematch
6 Sunday October 16 Minnesota Vikings 10–39 Chicago Bears Soldier Field Bears–Vikings rivalry
7 Sunday October 23 Indianapolis Colts 7–62 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome Super Bowl XLIV rematch
8 Sunday October 30 Dallas Cowboys 7–34 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Cowboys–Eagles rivalry
9 Sunday November 6 Baltimore Ravens 23–20 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Ravens–Steelers rivalry
2010 AFC Divisional playoff rematch
10 Sunday November 13 New England Patriots 37–16 New York Jets MetLife Stadium Jets–Patriots rivalry
2010 AFC Divisional playoff rematch
11 Sunday November 20 Philadelphia Eagles 17–10 New York Giants MetLife Stadium Eagles–Giants rivalry
12 Sunday November 27 Pittsburgh Steelers 13–9 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium
13 Sunday December 4* Detroit Lions 17–31 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome Lions regular-season SNF debut
14 Sunday December 11 New York Giants 37–34 Dallas Cowboys Cowboys Stadium Cowboys–Giants rivalry
15 Sunday December 18 Baltimore Ravens 14–34 San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium
16 Sunday December 25 Chicago Bears 21–35 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Bears–Packers rivalry
2010 NFC Championship Game rematch
17 Sunday January 1 Dallas Cowboys 14–31 New York Giants MetLife Stadium Cowboys–Giants rivalry
Winner: NFC East champion
Loser: Eliminated
Wild Card Saturday January 7 Cincinnati Bengals 10–31 Houston Texans Reliant Stadium AFC No. 6 vs. AFC No. 3
Week 14 Rematch
Detroit Lions 28–45 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome NFC No. 6 vs. NFC No. 3
Week 13 Rematch
2012 Pro Bowl Sunday January 29 NFC 41–59 AFC Aloha Stadium
Super Bowl XLVI February 5 New York Giants 21–17 New England Patriots Lucas Oil Stadium Super Bowl XLII and Week 9 rematch
NFC No. 4 vs. AFC No. 1

*Colts–Patriots game was flexed out for the Lions-Saints game.


The December 16 game between the San Francisco 49ers and New England Patriots was interrupted for 25 minutes for NBC to cover President Barack Obama's speech in reaction to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting the previous Friday. Coverage aired on NBC Sports Network and CNBC until the speech ended, after which NBC resumed airing the game.[6]

This marks the first time that did not feature a Indianapolis Colts on SNF in which after 5 years because of Peyton Manning who signed of the Broncos. Those Colts games are SNF appearances (except in 2020 and 2023). It also marked the first time the primetime Thanksgiving game would air on NBC.

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Significance
Pre 3 Sunday August 26 Carolina Panthers 17–12 New York Jets MetLife Stadium
1 Wednesday September 5 Dallas Cowboys 24–17 New York Giants MetLife Stadium Cowboys–Giants rivalry
Sunday September 9 Pittsburgh Steelers 19–31 Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field at Mile High Broncos–Steelers rivalry 2011 AFC Wild Card playoff rematch
Peyton Manning’s Broncos debut
2 Sunday September 16 Detroit Lions 19–27 San Francisco 49ers Candlestick Park 2011 Week 6 Rematch
3 Sunday September 23 New England Patriots 30–31 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium Patriots–Ravens rivalry
2011 AFC Championship Game rematch
4 Sunday September 30 New York Giants 17–19 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Eagles–Giants rivalry
5 Sunday October 7 San Diego Chargers 24–31 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome Drew Brees against his former team
6 Sunday October 14 Green Bay Packers 42–24 Houston Texans Reliant Stadium Texans SNF debut
First SNF game in Houston
7 Sunday October 21 Pittsburgh Steelers 24–17 Cincinnati Bengals Paul Brown Stadium Bengals–Steelers rivalry
8 Sunday October 28 New Orleans Saints 14–34 Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field at Mile High Drew Brees vs. Peyton Manning
9 Sunday November 4 Dallas Cowboys 13–19 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome
10 Sunday November 11 Houston Texans 13–6 Chicago Bears Soldier Field
11 Sunday November 18 Baltimore Ravens 13–10 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Ravens–Steelers rivalry
12 Thursday November 22 New England Patriots 49–19 New York Jets MetLife Stadium "Butt Fumble"
Jets–Patriots rivalry
First primetime Thanksgiving game to air on NBC
Sunday November 25 Green Bay Packers 10–38 New York Giants MetLife Stadium 2011 NFC Divisional playoff rematch
2011 Week 13 Rematch
Battle of the last two Super Bowl champions
13 Sunday December 2 Philadelphia Eagles 33–38 Dallas Cowboys Cowboys Stadium Cowboys–Eagles rivalry
14 Sunday December 9 Detroit Lions 20–27 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Lions–Packers rivalry
15 Sunday December 16 San Francisco 49ers 41–34 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Randy Moss's return to New England
16 Sunday December 23* San Francisco 49ers 13–42 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field 49ers–Seahawks rivalry
17 Sunday December 30 Dallas Cowboys 18–28 Washington Redskins FedExField Cowboys–Redskins rivalry
Winner: NFC East champion
Loser: Eliminated
Wild Card Saturday January 5 Cincinnati Bengals 13–19 Houston Texans Reliant Stadium 2011 AFC Wild Card playoff rematch
AFC No. 6 vs. AFC No. 3
Minnesota Vikings 10–24 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Packers–Vikings rivalry
NFC No. 6 vs. NFC No. 3
2013 Pro Bowl Sunday January 27 AFC 35–62 NFC Aloha Stadium

*Chargers-Jets game was flexed out for the 49ers-Seahawks game.


Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Significance
HOF Weekend Sunday August 4 Miami Dolphins 20–24 Dallas Cowboys Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium
Pre 3 Sunday August 25 Minnesota Vikings 14–34 San Francisco 49ers Candlestick Park
1 Thursday September 5 Baltimore Ravens 27–49 Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field at Mile High 2012 AFC Divisional playoff rematch
2012 Week 15 rematch
Sunday September 8 New York Giants 31–36 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium Cowboys–Giants rivalry
2 Sunday September 15 San Francisco 49ers 3–29 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field 49ers–Seahawks rivalry
3 Sunday September 22 Chicago Bears 40–23 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field
4 Sunday September 29 New England Patriots 30–23 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome
5 Sunday October 6 Houston Texans 3–34 San Francisco 49ers Candlestick Park Final SNF game at Candlestick Park
6 Sunday October 13 Washington Redskins 16–31 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium Cowboys–Redskins rivalry
7 Sunday October 20 Denver Broncos 33–39 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium Peyton Manning against his former team
Colts QB Andrew Luck's SNF debut
8 Sunday October 27 Green Bay Packers 44–31 Minnesota Vikings Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome Packers–Vikings rivalry
9 Sunday November 3 Indianapolis Colts 27–24 Houston Texans Reliant Stadium Colts–Texans rivalry
10 Sunday November 10 Dallas Cowboys 17–49 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome 2012 Week 16 rematch
11 Sunday November 17* Kansas City Chiefs 17–27 Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field at Mile High Broncos–Chiefs rivalry
12 Sunday November 24 Denver Broncos 31–34 (OT) New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Broncos–Patriots rivalry
Tom Brady–Peyton Manning rivalry
2012 Week 5 rematch
13 Thursday November 28 Pittsburgh Steelers 20–22 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium Ravens–Steelers rivalry
Sunday December 1 New York Giants 24–17 Washington Redskins FedExField Giants–Redskins rivalry
14 Sunday December 8** Carolina Panthers 13–31 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome Panthers-Saints rivalry
Lead in NFC South
15 Sunday December 15 Cincinnati Bengals 20–30 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Bengals–Steelers rivalry
16 Sunday December 22*** Chicago Bears 11–54 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field CHI win: Clinch NFC North
PHI win: Alive for #3 seed
17 Sunday December 29 Philadelphia Eagles 24–22 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium Cowboys–Eagles rivalry
Winner: NFC East champion
Loser: Eliminated
Wild Card Saturday January 4 Kansas City Chiefs 44–45 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium AFC No. 5 vs. AFC No. 4
Week 16 rematch
New Orleans Saints 26–24 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field NFC No. 6 vs. NFC No. 3
2014 Pro Bowl Sunday January 26 Team Rice 22–21 Team Sanders Aloha Stadium

*Packers-Giants game was flexed out for the Chiefs-Broncos game.
**Falcons-Packers game was flexed out for the Panthers-Saints game.
***Patriots-Ravens game was flexed out for the Bears-Eagles game.


Starting in the 2014 season, NBC was allowed to flex games beginning in week 5. All the previous flexible scheduling rules apply but on a limited basis. Only two games between weeks 5–10 could be flexed per season; weeks 11–17 (excluding Thanksgiving Night) flex rules were still the same as in previous years. However, despite these changes, NBC did not flex a single one of their originally scheduled games, which marked the first season since 2005 that none of the originally scheduled Sunday night games for the entire season (other than week 17) were flexed out. NBC held the rights to broadcast one Wild Card game and one Divisional game in the playoffs as opposed to two Wild Card games, lasted through 2019 in which the playoffs were contested amongst 12 teams.

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Significance
HOF Weekend Sunday August 3 New York Giants 17–13 Buffalo Bills Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium
Pre 3 Sunday August 24 Cincinnati Bengals 19–13 Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium
1 Thursday September 4 Green Bay Packers 16–36 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field Packers–Seahawks rivalry
Sunday September 7 Indianapolis Colts 24–31 Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field at Mile High Peyton Manning against his former team
2 Sunday September 14 Chicago Bears 28–20 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium First regular-season game at Levi's Stadium
3 Sunday September 21 Pittsburgh Steelers 37–19 Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium
4 Sunday September 28 New Orleans Saints 17–38 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium 2013 Week 10 Rematch
Sean Payton against his former team
5 Sunday October 5 Cincinnati Bengals 17–43 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium 2013 Week 5 Rematch
6 Sunday October 12 New York Giants 0–27 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Eagles–Giants rivalry
7 Sunday October 19 San Francisco 49ers 17–42 Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field at Mile High Super Bowl XXIV rematch
8 Sunday October 26 Green Bay Packers 23–44 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome Aaron Rodgers vs. Drew Brees
9 Sunday November 2 Baltimore Ravens 23–43 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Ravens–Steelers rivalry
10 Sunday November 9 Chicago Bears 14–55 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Bears–Packers rivalry
11 Sunday November 16 New England Patriots 42–20 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium Colts–Patriots rivalry
2013 AFC Divisional playoff rematch
12 Sunday November 23 Dallas Cowboys 31–28 New York Giants MetLife Stadium Cowboys–Giants rivalry
13 Thursday November 27 Seattle Seahawks 19–3 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium 49ers–Seahawks rivalry
2013 NFC Championship Game rematch
Battle of the last two NFC Champions
Sunday November 30 Denver Broncos 29–16 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium Broncos–Chiefs rivalry
14 Sunday December 7 New England Patriots 23–14 San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium Final SNF game in San Diego
15 Sunday December 14 Dallas Cowboys 38–27 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Cowboys–Eagles rivalry
NFC East lead
16 Sunday December 21 Seattle Seahawks 35–6 Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium Cardinals–Seahawks rivalry
SEA win: NFC West lead
AZ win: NFC West champion
17 Sunday December 28 Cincinnati Bengals 17–27 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Bengals–Steelers rivalry
Winner: AFC North champion
Loser: Wild Card
Wild Card Saturday January 3 Baltimore Ravens 30–17 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Ravens–Steelers rivalry
AFC No. 6 vs. AFC No. 3
Divisional Round January 10 Baltimore Ravens 31–35 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Patriots–Ravens rivalry
AFC No. 6 vs. AFC No. 1
Super Bowl XLIX Sunday February 1 New England Patriots 28–24 Seattle Seahawks University of Phoenix Stadium AFC No. 1 vs. NFC No. 1


2015 marked the 10th season of SNF on NBC.

Week Day Date Visiting team Final score Host team Stadium Significance
HOF Weekend Sunday August 9 Pittsburgh Steelers 3–14 Minnesota Vikings Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium
Pre 3 Sunday August 30 Arizona Cardinals 30–23 Oakland Raiders Oakland Coliseum
1 Thursday September 10 Pittsburgh Steelers 21–28 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Patriots–Steelers rivalry
Sunday September 13 New York Giants 26–27 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium Cowboys–Giants rivalry
2 Sunday September 20 Seattle Seahawks 17–27 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Packers–Seahawks rivalry
2014 Week 1 rematch
2014 NFC Championship Game rematch
3 Sunday September 27 Denver Broncos 24–12 Detroit Lions Ford Field
4 Sunday October 4 Dallas Cowboys 20–26 (OT) New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome 2014 Week 4 Rematch
Sean Payton against his former team
5 Sunday October 11 San Francisco 49ers 27–30 New York Giants MetLife Stadium 49ers–Giants rivalry
2014 Week 11 rematch
6 Sunday October 18 New England Patriots 34–27 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium Colts–Patriots rivalry
2014 AFC Championship Game rematch
2014 Week 11 Rematch
7 Sunday October 25 Philadelphia Eagles 16–27 Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium 2014 Week 10 Rematch
8 Sunday November 1 Green Bay Packers 10–29 Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field at Mile High Super Bowl XXXII rematch
9 Sunday November 8 Philadelphia Eagles 33–27 (OT) Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium Cowboys–Eagles rivalry
10 Sunday November 15 Arizona Cardinals 39–32 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field Cardinals–Seahawks rivalry
11 Sunday November 22* Cincinnati Bengals 31–34 Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium
12 Thursday November 26 Chicago Bears 17–13 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Bears–Packers rivalry
Sunday November 29 New England Patriots 24–30 (OT) Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field at Mile High Broncos–Patriots rivalry
13 Sunday December 6 Indianapolis Colts 10–45 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field 2014 Week 8 Rematch
14 Sunday December 13** New England Patriots 27–6 Houston Texans NRG Stadium
15 Sunday December 20*** Arizona Cardinals 40–17 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Cardinals clinch NFC West
2014 Week 8 Rematch
16 Sunday December 27**** New York Giants 17–49 Minnesota Vikings TCF Bank Stadium Vikings clinch playoff berth
17 Sunday January 3 Minnesota Vikings 20–13 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Packers–Vikings rivalry
Winner: NFC North champion
Loser: Wild Card
Wild Card Sunday January 10 Seattle Seahawks 10–9 Minnesota Vikings TCF Bank Stadium NFC No. 6 vs. NFC No. 3
Week 13 rematch
Divisional Round Saturday January 16 Green Bay Packers 20–26 (OT) Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium NFC No. 5 vs. NFC No. 2
Week 16 rematch

*Chiefs–Chargers game was flexed out for the Bengals–Cardinals game.
**Seahawks–Ravens game was flexed out for the Patriots–Texans game.
***Bengals–49ers game was flexed out for the Cardinals–Eagles game.
****Steelers–Ravens game was flexed out for the Giants–Vikings game.


2016 marked the first-ever tie on NBC Sunday Night Football, which occurred in week 7, when the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals tied at 6–6. That game became the lowest scoring SNF on NBC game (12 points) and the first tie in any primetime NFL game since November 23, 1997, when the New York Giants and Washington Redskins tied at 7–7 on ESPN Sunday Night Football. Due to NBC having the rights to the second half of the Thursday Night Football package, NBC Sports gave Al Michaels a "Bye week", giving him 3 games off: Green Bay PackersWashington Redskins, Pittsburgh SteelersIndianapolis Colts (Thanksgiving), and Kansas City Chiefs-Denver Broncos. Mike Tirico replaced him for three games, with Cris Collinsworth still doing the color commentary.[7]

The AFC Divisional Playoff game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Kansas City Chiefs was originally scheduled to kickoff at 1:05 ET, but due to stormy weather in the Kansas City area, the NFL moved the kickoff time to 8:20 ET.[1]

Week Day Date Visiting team Final score Host team Stadium Significance
Pre 3 Sunday August 28 Cincinnati Bengals 21–26 Jacksonville Jaguars EverBank Stadium
1 Thursday September 8 Carolina Panthers 20–21 Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field At Mile High Super Bowl 50 rematch
Sunday September 11 New England Patriots 23–21 Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium Patriots QB Jimmy Garoppolo’s first career start due to Tom Brady’s 4-game suspension
2 Sunday September 18 Green Bay Packers 14–17 Minnesota Vikings U.S. Bank Stadium Packers–Vikings rivalry
First regular-season game at U.S. Bank Stadium
3 Sunday September 25 Chicago Bears 17–31 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium Cowboys QB Dak Prescott's SNF debut
4 Sunday October 2 Kansas City Chiefs 14–43 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field 2015 Week 7 rematch
5 Sunday October 9 New York Giants 16–23 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Giants–Packers rivalry
6 Sunday October 16 Indianapolis Colts 23–26 (OT) Houston Texans NRG Stadium Colts–Texans rivalry
7 Sunday October 23 Seattle Seahawks 6–6 (OT) Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium Cardinals–Seahawks rivalry; only tie in NBC SNF history
8 Sunday October 30 Philadelphia Eagles 23–29 (OT) Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium Cowboys–Eagles rivalry
9 Sunday November 6 Denver Broncos 20–30 Oakland Raiders Oakland Coliseum Broncos–Raiders rivalry
10 Sunday November 13 Seattle Seahawks 31–24 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Super Bowl XLIX rematch
11 Sunday November 20 Green Bay Packers 24–42 Washington Redskins FedExField 2015 NFC Wild Card playoff rematch
12 Thursday November 24 Pittsburgh Steelers 28–7 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium 2015 Week 13 rematch
Sunday November 27* Kansas City Chiefs 30–27 (OT) Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field at Mile High Broncos–Chiefs rivalry
13 Sunday December 4 Carolina Panthers 7–40 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field 2015 Week 6 rematch
2015 NFC Divisional playoff rematch
Battle of the last two NFC Champions.
As of 2024 this is the last SNF appearance for the Panthers.
14 Sunday December 11 Dallas Cowboys 7–10 New York Giants MetLife Stadium Cowboys–Giants rivalry
15 Sunday December 18** Tampa Bay Buccaneers 20–26 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium 2015 Week 10 rematch
16 Sunday December 25 Denver Broncos 10–33 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium Broncos–Chiefs rivalry
17 Sunday January 1 Green Bay Packers 31–24 Detroit Lions Ford Field Lions–Packers rivalry
Winner: NFC North champion
Loser: Wild Card
Wild Card Saturday January 7 Detroit Lions 6–26 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field NFC No. 6 vs. NFC No. 3
Divisional Round Sunday January 15 Pittsburgh Steelers 18–16 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium AFC No. 3 vs. AFC No. 2
Week 4 rematch

*Patriots–Jets game was flexed out for the Chiefs–Broncos game.
**Steelers–Bengals game was flexed out for the Buccaneers–Cowboys game.


2017 marked the 12th season of NBC Sunday Night Football. Due to Christmas Eve falling on a Sunday in 2017, the Week 16 Sunday night telecast was instead scheduled for Saturday, December 23, with the Minnesota Vikings visiting the Green Bay Packers. NBC also broadcast Super Bowl LII, played at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, making it the fourth time NBC had broadcast a Super Bowl since taking over the Sunday night package in 2006. NBC did not flex a single one of their originally scheduled games, which marked the second time since 2014 that none of the originally scheduled Sunday night games for the entire season were flexed out. For the first time since acquiring the Sunday night package, NBC aired no game in Week 17 to ensure that teams whose games would affect each other's playoff standings would be played at the same time.[8] The Atlanta Falcons-Los Angeles Rams NFC wild card game kicked off at 8:15 pm ET, while the NFC Divisional Playoff Game between the Atlanta Falcons and Philadelphia Eagles kicked off at 4:35 pm ET.

Week Day Date Visiting team Final score Host team Stadium Significance
HOF Weekend Thursday August 3 Dallas Cowboys 20–18 Arizona Cardinals Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium
Pre 3 Sunday August 27 San Francisco 49ers 31–32 Minnesota Vikings U.S. Bank Stadium
1 Thursday September 7 Kansas City Chiefs 42–27 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium 2015 AFC Divisional playoff rematch
Sunday September 10 New York Giants 3–19 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium Cowboys–Giants rivalry
2 Sunday September 17 Green Bay Packers 23–34 Atlanta Falcons Mercedes-Benz Stadium 2016 NFC Championship Game rematch
3 Sunday September 24 Oakland Raiders 10–27 Washington Redskins FedExField Super Bowl XVIII Rematch
4 Sunday October 1 Indianapolis Colts 18–46 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field
5 Sunday October 8 Kansas City Chiefs 42–34 Houston Texans NRG Stadium Texans QB Deshaun Watson's SNF debut
2016 Week 2 Rematch
6 Sunday October 15 New York Giants 23–10 Denver Broncos Empower Field at Mile High Super Bowl XXI Rematch
7 Sunday October 22 Atlanta Falcons 7–23 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Super Bowl LI rematch
8 Sunday October 29 Pittsburgh Steelers 20–15 Detroit Lions Ford Field
9 Sunday November 5 Oakland Raiders 27–24 Miami Dolphins Hard Rock Stadium
10 Sunday November 12 New England Patriots 41–16 Denver Broncos Empower Field at Mile High Broncos–Patriots rivalry
2016 Week 15 rematch
Battle of the last two Super Bowl champions
11 Sunday November 19 Philadelphia Eagles 37–9 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium Cowboys–Eagles rivalry
12 Thursday November 23 New York Giants 10–20 Washington Redskins FedExField Giants–Redskins rivalry
final SNF game as the Redskins before rename in 2020
Sunday November 26 Green Bay Packers 28–31 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Super Bowl XLV rematch
13 Sunday December 3 Philadelphia Eagles 10–24 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field 2016 Week 11 Rematch
14 Sunday December 10 Baltimore Ravens 38–39 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Ravens–Steelers rivalry
15 Sunday December 17 Dallas Cowboys 20–17 Oakland Raiders Oakland Coliseum Final SNF game in Oakland
16 Saturday December 23 Minnesota Vikings 16–0 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Packers–Vikings rivalry
17 Sunday December 31 No SNF game was flexed to ensure that teams whose games would affect each other's playoff standings would be played at the same time
Wild Card Saturday January 6 Atlanta Falcons 26–13 Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum NFC No. 6 vs. NFC No. 3
First appearance of the Rams on NBC since their relocation to Los Angeles
Divisional Round January 13 Atlanta Falcons 10–15 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field NFC No. 6 vs. NFC No. 1
Super Bowl LII Sunday February 4 Philadelphia Eagles 41–33 New England Patriots U.S. Bank Stadium Super Bowl XXXIX rematch
NFC No. 1 vs. AFC No. 1


Starting in 2018, the NFL moved the start time of Sunday Night Football back, from 8:30 p.m. ET to 8:20 p.m. ET. The Cincinnati BengalsKansas City Chiefs game flexed into Sunday Night on October 21 became the earliest the NFL has ever flexed a Sunday Night Football contest. The Atlanta FalconsNew Orleans Saints game on Thanksgiving night was called by the Football Night in America studio crew, with Mike Tirico doing the play-by-play, and Tony Dungy and Rodney Harrison as color analysts.[9] The Philadelphia EaglesChicago Bears Wild Card game kicked off at 4:35 p.m. ET, as did the Indianapolis Colts–Kansas City Chiefs Divisional game.

Week Day Date Visiting team Final score Host team Stadium Significance
HOF Weekend Thursday August 2 Baltimore Ravens 17–16 Chicago Bears Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium
Pre 3 Sunday August 26 Arizona Cardinals 27–3 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium
1 Thursday September 6 Atlanta Falcons 12–18 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Eagles–Falcons rivalry
2017 NFC Divisional playoff rematch
Battle of the last two NFC Champions
Sunday September 9 Chicago Bears 23–24 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Bears–Packers rivalry
Packers's 100th overall season
2 Sunday September 16 New York Giants 13–20 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium Cowboys–Giants rivalry
3 Sunday September 23 New England Patriots 10–26 Detroit Lions Ford Field Matt Patricia against his former team
Lions defeat the Patriots for the first time since 2000
4 Sunday September 30 Baltimore Ravens 26–14 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Ravens–Steelers rivalry
5 Sunday October 7 Dallas Cowboys 16–19 (OT) Houston Texans NRG Stadium Governor's Cup (Texas)
6 Sunday October 14 Kansas City Chiefs 40–43 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes's SNF debut
2017 Week 1 rematch
7 Sunday October 21* Cincinnati Bengals 10–45 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium
8 Sunday October 28 New Orleans Saints 30–20 Minnesota Vikings U.S. Bank Stadium Saints–Vikings rivalry
2017 NFC Divisional playoff rematch
2017 Week 1 Rematch
9 Sunday November 4 Green Bay Packers 17–31 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Super Bowl XXXI rematch
Aaron Rodgers vs. Tom Brady
10 Sunday November 11 Dallas Cowboys 27–20 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Cowboys–Eagles rivalry
11 Sunday November 18** Minnesota Vikings 20–25 Chicago Bears Soldier Field Bears–Vikings rivalry
12 Thursday November 22 Atlanta Falcons 17–31 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome Falcons–Saints rivalry
Matt Ryan vs. Drew Brees
Sunday November 25 Green Bay Packers 17–24 Minnesota Vikings U.S. Bank Stadium Packers–Vikings rivalry
13 Sunday December 2*** Los Angeles Chargers 33–30 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Philip Rivers vs. Ben Roethlisberger
Chargers first SNF appearance since 2014 and since relocating to Los Angeles
14 Sunday December 9**** Los Angeles Rams 6–15 Chicago Bears Soldier Field Aaron Donald vs. Khalil Mack
15 Sunday December 16 Philadelphia Eagles 30–23 Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum First regular-season SNF game in LA
2017 Week 14 Rematch
16 Sunday December 23 Kansas City Chiefs 31–38 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field Patrick Mahomes vs. Russell Wilson
KC win: Clinch AFC's #1 seed
SEA win: Clinch NFC Wild Card
17 Sunday December 30 Indianapolis Colts 33–17 Tennessee Titans Nissan Stadium Colts–Titans rivalry
Winner: AFC No. 6 seed
Loser: Eliminated
Tie: PIT AFC No. 6 seeded Wild Card, IND and TEN eliminated.
Wild Card Sunday January 6 Philadelphia Eagles 16–15 Chicago Bears Soldier Field "Double Doink"
NFC No. 6 vs. NFC No. 3
Bears' first playoff appearance since 2010
Divisional Round Saturday January 12 Indianapolis Colts 13–31 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium Andrew Luck's final NFL game
AFC No. 6 vs. AFC No. 1
Chiefs advance to their first AFC Championship Game since 1993 and the franchise's first-ever Conference Final game at home

*Rams–49ers game was flexed out for the Bengals–Chiefs game.
**Steelers–Jaguars game was flexed out for the Vikings–Bears game.
***49ers–Seahawks game was flexed out for the Chargers–Steelers game.
****Steelers–Raiders game was flexed out for the Rams–Bears game.


For the 2019 season, the NFL decided to break with a long-standing tradition of the reigning Super Bowl champion hosting the Kickoff game (occurring every year since 2004, except 2013). The Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears was the Kickoff game instead, to celebrate the 100th season of the NFL, the 100th season of the Chicago Bears, and the NFL's oldest rivalry. Also, despite not hosting the kickoff game, the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots still hosted the first Sunday Night game of the season, with the opponent being the Pittsburgh Steelers. The schedule also included a rematch of the Thanksgiving game between the New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons, and the Cleveland Browns made their first SNF appearance since 2008. In Week 15, the Buffalo Bills were flexed to SNF in a game against the Pittsburgh Steelers; this was just their second appearance on the package, the first being in 2007. The Seattle SeahawksPhiladelphia Eagles Wild Card Playoff game kicked off at 4:40 pm ET, while the Divisional game between the Minnesota Vikings and San Francisco 49ers kicked off at 4:35 pm ET.

Week Day Date Visiting team Final score Host team Stadium Significance
HOF Weekend Thursday August 1 Denver Broncos 19–10 Atlanta Falcons Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium
Pre 3 Sunday August 25 Pittsburgh Steelers 18–6 Tennessee Titans Nissan Stadium
1 Thursday September 5 Green Bay Packers 10–3 Chicago Bears Soldier Field Commemoration of the NFL's oldest rivalry (NFL 100)
Sunday September 8 Pittsburgh Steelers 3–33 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Patriots–Steelers rivalry
2018 Week 15 rematch
New England raising their sixth championship banner
2 Sunday September 15 Philadelphia Eagles 20–24 Atlanta Falcons Mercedes-Benz Stadium Eagles–Falcons rivalry
2018 Week 1 rematch
3 Sunday September 22 Los Angeles Rams 20–13 Cleveland Browns First Energy Stadium Browns’ first SNF game since 2008
4 Sunday September 29 Dallas Cowboys 10–12 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome Sean Payton against his former team
2018 Week 13 rematch
5 Sunday October 6 Indianapolis Colts 19–13 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium 2018 AFC Divisional playoff rematch
6 Sunday October 13 Pittsburgh Steelers 24–17 Los Angeles Chargers Dignity Health Sports Park 2018 Week 13 rematch
7 Sunday October 20 Philadelphia Eagles 10–37 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium Cowboys–Eagles rivalry
8 Sunday October 27 Green Bay Packers 31–24 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium Commemoration of the first Super Bowl game (NFL 100)
9 Sunday November 3 New England Patriots 20–37 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium Patriots–Ravens rivalry
Lamar Jackson's SNF debut
10 Sunday November 10 Minnesota Vikings 28–24 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium Cowboys–Vikings rivalry
Dalvin Cook vs. Ezekiel Elliott
11 Sunday November 17 Chicago Bears 7–17 Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 2018 Week 14 rematch
12 Sunday November 24* Green Bay Packers 8–37 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium 49ers–Packers rivalry
2018 Week 6 Rematch
13 Thursday November 28 New Orleans Saints 26–18 Atlanta Falcons Mercedes-Benz Stadium Falcons–Saints rivalry
Drew Brees vs. Matt Ryan
Sunday December 1 New England Patriots 22–28 Houston Texans NRG Stadium 2018 Week 1 Rematch
14 Sunday December 8 Seattle Seahawks 12–28 Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Rams–Seahawks rivalry
15 Sunday December 15** Buffalo Bills 17–10 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Josh Allen's SNF debut
Bills clinch playoff berth
Bills' first SNF game since 2007
16 Sunday December 22 Kansas City Chiefs 26–3 Chicago Bears Soldier Field Matt Nagy against his former team
17 Sunday December 29 San Francisco 49ers 26–21 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field 49ers–Seahawks rivalry
Commemoration of the 2013 NFC Championship Game (NFL 100)
Winner: NFC West champion
Loser: NFC No. 5 seeded Wild Card
SF win: Clinch home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs as the No. 1 seed
SEA win: Clinch NFC No. 3 seed
Wild Card Sunday January 5 Seattle Seahawks 17–9 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field NFC No. 5 vs. NFC No. 4
Week 12 rematch
Divisional Round Saturday January 11 Minnesota Vikings 10–27 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium NFC No. 6 vs. NFC No. 1
Kirk Cousins vs. his former offensive coordinator from Washington Kyle Shanahan

*Seahawks–Eagles game was flexed out for the Packers–49ers game.
**Vikings–Chargers game was flexed out for the Bills–Steelers game.



2020 marked the 15th season of SNF on NBC. Super Bowl LV was originally supposed to air on NBC. However, in an effort to pair NBC's next Super Bowl with their upcoming Olympics broadcast, it was traded to CBS, in exchange for Super Bowl LVI. NBC did however gain rights to air an extra Super Wild Card game, as the NFL expanded their postseason from 12 teams to 14 teams (7 in each conference). This meant that NBC aired two Super Wild Card games, with the second game being aired on NBC's Spanish sister network Telemundo, and was streamed on NBCUniversal's new streaming service Peacock, and one Divisional game for the 2020-2021 postseason.

The SNF game scheduled for October 25 was originally Buccaneers-Raiders, but due to some Raiders players testing positive for COVID-19, the NFL moved that game back to 4:05 ET on Fox, and moved the Seahawks-Cardinals game to fill the SNF slot, to ensure that NBC would have a game. NBC's Thanksgiving night game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers had to be postponed twice due to a COVID-19 outbreak on the Ravens; The game was first rescheduled to the following Sunday at 1:15 PM ET, then later rescheduled to the following Tuesday at 8:00 PM ET, and finally rescheduled to the following Wednesday at 3:40 PM ET, still aired on NBC.[10]

In Week 15, the 49ers–Cowboys game was flexed out for Browns–Giants, marking the first time that the Dallas Cowboys have been flexed out of an SNF slot and the first time Sunday Night Football was not in Dallas at least once in a season (they have had the most appearances with 49). This was also the first time since 2012 that did not feature Indianapolis Colts.

Week Day Date Visiting team Final score Host team Stadium Significance
1 Thursday September 10 Houston Texans 20–34 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium 2019 AFC Divisional playoff rematch
Deshaun Watson vs. Patrick Mahomes
Sunday September 13 Dallas Cowboys 17–20 Los Angeles Rams SoFi Stadium First game ever played in SoFi Stadium
2019 Week 15 Rematch
2 Sunday September 20 New England Patriots 30–35 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field Super Bowl XLIX rematch
3 Sunday September 27 Green Bay Packers 37–30 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome Aaron Rodgers vs. Drew Brees
4 Sunday October 4 Philadelphia Eagles 25–20 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium
5 Sunday October 11 Minnesota Vikings 26–27 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field 2019 Week 13 rematch
Kirk Cousins vs. Russell Wilson
6 Sunday October 18 Los Angeles Rams 16–24 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium 49ers–Rams rivalry
7 Sunday October 25* Seattle Seahawks 34–37 (OT) Arizona Cardinals State Farm Stadium Cardinals–Seahawks rivalry
Kyler Murray's SNF debut
8 Sunday November 1 Dallas Cowboys 9–23 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Cowboys–Eagles rivalry
9 Sunday November 8 New Orleans Saints 38–3 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raymond James Stadium Buccaneers–Saints rivalry
First SNF game in Tampa since 2008
Tom Brady's Buccaneers SNF debut
Tom Brady vs. Drew Brees
10 Sunday November 15 Baltimore Ravens 17–23 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Patriots–Ravens rivalry
2019 Week 9 rematch
11 Sunday November 22 Kansas City Chiefs 35–31 Las Vegas Raiders Allegiant Stadium Chiefs–Raiders rivalry
First ever SNF game in Las Vegas
12 Sunday November 29 Chicago Bears 25–41 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Bears–Packers rivalry
Wednesday December 2** Baltimore Ravens 14–19 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Ravens–Steelers rivalry
13 Sunday December 6 Denver Broncos 16–22 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium Broncos–Chiefs rivalry
Denver QB Drew Lock’s SNF debut
14 Sunday December 13 Pittsburgh Steelers 15–26 Buffalo Bills Bills Stadium First SNF game in Buffalo since 2007
2019 Week 15 rematch
15 Sunday December 20*** Cleveland Browns 20–6 New York Giants MetLife Stadium Freddie Kitchens against his former team
16 Sunday December 27 Tennessee Titans 14–40 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Matt LaFleur against his former team
17 Sunday January 3 Washington Football Team 20–14 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Eagles–Washington rivalry
Washington's debut of its new name on SNF
WAS win: NFC East Champions
PHI win: NYG NFC East Champions, WAS eliminated
Super Wild Card Weekend Saturday January 9 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31–23 Washington Football Team FedExField Tom Brady's first playoff game as a Buccaneer
NFC No. 5 vs. NFC No. 4
Sunday January 10 Cleveland Browns 48–37 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Browns–Steelers rivalry
AFC No. 6 vs. AFC No. 3
Browns first playoff appearance since 2002, first playoff win since 1994, and first win in Heinz Field since 2003
Aired on Telemundo and streamed on Peacock
Divisional Round Saturday January 16 Baltimore Ravens 3–17 Buffalo Bills Bills Stadium AFC No. 5 vs. AFC No. 2
Lamar Jackson vs. Josh Allen
John Harbaugh vs. Sean McDermott
Bills advance to their first AFC Championship Game since 1993

*Buccaneers–Raiders game was flexed out for the Seahawks–Cardinals game.
**Ravens-Steelers game was postponed from Thursday, November 26 (Thanksgiving).
***49ers–Cowboys game was flexed out for the Browns–Giants game.


The NFL expanded the season to 17 games in 18 weeks beginning with the 2021 season. 2021 also marked the 16th season of Sunday Night Football on NBC. Super Bowl LVI aired on February 13. After streaming NBC's Sunday Night Wild Card Game last season, and as part of their new television deal with the NFL, NBC streamed the entire season on Peacock for the first time. Along with Peacock's expanded involvement in the new television deal, NBC retained the rights to air SNF, gaining an additional game for Peacock, and picking up 3 additional Super Bowls in 2026, 2030, and 2034 (all Winter Olympic years).

Week Day Date Visiting team Final score Host team Stadium Significance
Pre 3 Sunday August 29 Cleveland Browns 19–10 Atlanta Falcons Mercedes-Benz Stadium
1 Thursday September 9 Dallas Cowboys 29–31 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raymond James Stadium Dak Prescott's first game back after injury
Tampa Bay raising their second championship banner
Sunday September 12 Chicago Bears 14–34 Los Angeles Rams SoFi Stadium Matthew Stafford's first game as a Ram
2020 Week 7 rematch
First game at SoFi Stadium with fans in attendance
2 Sunday September 19 Kansas City Chiefs 35–36 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium 2020 Week 3 rematch
Patrick Mahomes vs. Lamar Jackson
3 Sunday September 26 Green Bay Packers 30–28 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium 49ers–Packers rivalry
2019 NFC Championship Game rematch
2020 Week 9 rematch
4 Sunday October 3 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 19–17 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium The Return; Tom Brady's first return to New England since leaving the Patriots via free agency in March 2020 after 20 years and winning 6 Super Bowl titles with New England
Patriots QB Mac Jones SNF debut
Buccaneers beat the Patriots for the first time since 2000
5 Sunday October 10 Buffalo Bills 38–20 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium 2020 AFC Championship Game and Week 6 rematch
6 Sunday October 17 Seattle Seahawks 20–23 (OT) Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Super Bowl XL rematch
The first designated "extra" inter-conference game on SNF.
7 Sunday October 24 Indianapolis Colts 30–18 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium
8 Sunday October 31 Dallas Cowboys 20–16 Minnesota Vikings U.S. Bank Stadium Cowboys–Vikings rivalry
2020 Week 11 rematch
9 Sunday November 7 Tennessee Titans 28–16 Los Angeles Rams SoFi Stadium Super Bowl XXXIV rematch
10 Sunday November 14 Kansas City Chiefs 41–14 Las Vegas Raiders Allegiant Stadium Chiefs–Raiders rivalry
11 Sunday November 21 Pittsburgh Steelers 37–41 Los Angeles Chargers SoFi Stadium Los Angeles Chargers QB Justin Herbert's SNF debut
Chargers' first SNF game in SoFi Stadium
12 Thursday November 25 Buffalo Bills 31–6 New Orleans Saints Caesars Superdome First SNF-package game at the Superdome since name change
Sunday November 28 Cleveland Browns 10–16 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium Browns–Ravens rivalry
13 Sunday December 5* Denver Broncos 9–22 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium Broncos–Chiefs rivalry
14 Sunday December 12 Chicago Bears 30–45 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Bears–Packers rivalry
15 Sunday December 19 New Orleans Saints 9–0 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raymond James Stadium Buccaneers–Saints rivalry
2020 NFC Divisional playoff rematch
16 Sunday December 26 Washington Football Team 14–56 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium Cowboys–Washington rivalry
Washington QB Taylor Heinicke's regular season SNF debut
Final SNF game as the "Washington Football Team" before rebrand to "Commanders" in 2022
17 Sunday January 2 Minnesota Vikings 10–37 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Packers–Vikings rivalry
GB Win: Clinch home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs as the No. 1 seed, PHI clinches playoff berth, MIN eliminated
18 Sunday January 9 Los Angeles Chargers 32–35 (OT) Las Vegas Raiders Allegiant Stadium First-ever Game 272
Chargers–Raiders rivalry
LV Win: LV AFC No. 5 seed, LAC eliminated
LAC Win: NE AFC No. 5 seed, LV eliminated
Tie: LAC AFC No. 6 seed, LV AFC No. 7 seed, PIT eliminated
Super Wild Card Weekend Saturday January 15 Las Vegas Raiders 19−26 Cincinnati Bengals Paul Brown Stadium Kickoff at 4:30 p.m. ET
AFC No. 5 vs. AFC No. 4
Week 11 rematch
The Bengals defeat the Raiders to win their first playoff win since 1990.
Sunday January 16 Pittsburgh Steelers 21−42 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium Game also aired on Telemundo. Kickoff at 8:15 p.m. ET
AFC No. 7 vs. AFC No. 2
Week 16 rematch
Ben Roethlisberger’s final NFL game
Divisional Round January 23 Los Angeles Rams 30−27 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raymond James Stadium Kickoff at 3 p.m. ET
NFC No. 4 vs. NFC No. 2
Week 3 rematch
Initially the final game of Tom Brady's career; he retired on February 1, 2022, only to come out of retirement a month later on March 14, 2022.
Super Bowl LVI February 13 Los Angeles Rams 23−20 Cincinnati Bengals SoFi Stadium NFC No. 4 vs. AFC No. 4
Game also aired on Telemundo

*49ers–Seahawks game was flexed out for the Broncos–Chiefs game.


2022 marked the 17th season of Sunday Night Football on NBC.

Week Day Date Visiting team Final score Host team Stadium Significance
HOF Weekend Thursday August 4 Jacksonville Jaguars 11–27 Las Vegas Raiders Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium
1 Thursday September 8 Buffalo Bills 31–10 Los Angeles Rams SoFi Stadium Kickoff game
Sunday September 11 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 19–3 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium 2021 Week 1 Rematch
Tom Brady vs. Dak Prescott
2 Sunday September 18 Chicago Bears 10–27 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Bears–Packers rivalry
3 Sunday September 25 San Francisco 49ers 10–11 Denver Broncos Empower Field at Mile High Super Bowl XXIV rematch
Russell Wilson's Broncos SNF Debut
Jimmy Garoppolo vs. Russell Wilson
4 Sunday October 2 Kansas City Chiefs 41–31 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raymond James Stadium Super Bowl LV rematch
Patrick Mahomes vs. Tom Brady
5 Sunday October 9 Cincinnati Bengals 17–19 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium Bengals–Ravens rivalry
Joe Burrow's Regular Season SNF Debut
6 Sunday October 16 Dallas Cowboys 17–26 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Cowboys–Eagles rivalry
7 Sunday October 23 Pittsburgh Steelers 10–16 Miami Dolphins Hard Rock Stadium Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 1972 Dolphins (17–0 perfect season)
First Sunday Night game in Miami since 2017
Tagovailoa's first game since suffering a concussion in Week 4 that caused the NFL to change its concussion protocols
Steelers defensive coach Brian Flores’ first return to Miami since his firing by the Dolphins in January 2022 and since filing his lawsuit against the NFL
8 Sunday October 30 Green Bay Packers 17–27 Buffalo Bills Highmark Stadium Aaron Rodgers vs. Josh Allen
9 Sunday November 6 Tennessee Titans 17–20 (OT) Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium 2021 Week 7 rematch
2019 AFC Championship rematch
Derrick Henry vs. Patrick Mahomes
10 Sunday November 13 Los Angeles Chargers 16–22 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium Super Bowl XXIX rematch
11 Sunday November 20* Kansas City Chiefs 30–27 Los Angeles Chargers SoFi Stadium Chargers–Chiefs rivalry
Patrick Mahomes vs. Justin Herbert
12 Thursday November 24 New England Patriots 26–33 Minnesota Vikings U.S. Bank Stadium Mac Jones vs. Dalvin Cook
Vikings defeat the Patriots for the first time since 2000
Sunday November 27 Green Bay Packers 33–40 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Aaron Rodgers vs. Jalen Hurts
13 Sunday December 4 Indianapolis Colts 19–54 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium Super Bowl V rematch
14 Sunday December 11** Miami Dolphins 17–23 Los Angeles Chargers SoFi Stadium Tua Tagovailoa vs. Justin Herbert
15 Sunday December 18*** New York Giants 20–12 Washington Commanders FedExField Commanders–Giants rivalry
Commanders make SNF debut with new name
Giants QB Daniel Jones SNF debut
16 Sunday December 25 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 19–16 (OT) Arizona Cardinals State Farm Stadium Tom Brady vs. DeAndre Hopkins
Todd Bowles vs. his former team
Tom Brady vs. his former Patriots teammate Kliff Kingsbury
17 Sunday January 1**** Pittsburgh Steelers 16–13 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium Ravens–Steelers rivalry
BAL Win: PIT eliminated
18 Sunday January 8 Detroit Lions 20–16 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Lions–Packers rivalry
GB win: Clinch NFC No. 7 seed
GB loss: SEA clinch NFC No. 7 seed
Super Wild Card Weekend Saturday January 14 Los Angeles Chargers 30–31 Jacksonville Jaguars TIAA Bank Field AFC No. 5 vs. AFC No. 4
Week 3 rematch
Jaguars’ first NBC appearance since 2008
Sunday January 15 Baltimore Ravens 17–24 Cincinnati Bengals Paycor Stadium AFC No. 6 vs. AFC No. 3 matchup
Bengals–Ravens rivalry
Divisional Round Saturday January 21 Jacksonville Jaguars 20–27 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium Kickoff at 3:00pm ET
AFC No. 4 vs. AFC No. 1
Week 10 rematch

*Bengals–Steelers game was flexed out for the Chiefs–Chargers game.
**Chiefs–Broncos game was flexed out for the Dolphins–Chargers game.
***Patriots–Raiders game was flexed out for the Giants–Commanders game
**** Rams–Chargers game was flexed out for the Steelers–Ravens game


NBC entered into its 18th season broadcasting SNF. Under a new 11-year contract, Peacock will begin to also exclusively stream one national regular season game per season (with the contest also simulcast over linear television on the NBC stations in the local team's markets). Peacock's first exclusive game was the BuffaloLA Chargers contest on Saturday, December 23, at 8:05 pm ET. That was the second game of a doubleheader, preceded by the CincinnatiPittsburgh at 4:30pm ET on NBC. The Saturday doubleheader is in lieu of an SNF game in Week 16, which falls on Christmas Eve. Peacock also exclusively aired one Wild Card playoff game, on Saturday, January 13 at 8:10pm ET. NBC also aired two Wild Card games this postseason (one on Saturday, January 13 at 4:30pm ET, and one on Sunday, January 14 at 8:20pm ET) and one Divisional game. For only the third time since acquiring the SNF rights, NBC did not flex a single one of their originally scheduled games, which marked the first season since 2017 that none of the originally scheduled Sunday night games for the entire season (other than week 18) were flexed out. This was also the first time they did not flex a single game in a season when NBC does not air the Super Bowl under the new rotation. Had the 3 year rotation continued, it would have aired the Super Bowl in the 2023 season.

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Significance
HOF weekend Thursday August 3 New York Jets 21–16 Cleveland Browns Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium
1 Thursday September 7 Detroit Lions 21–20 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium Kickoff game; Chiefs celebrate Super Bowl LVII victory
Sunday September 10 Dallas Cowboys 40–0 New York Giants MetLife Stadium Cowboys–Giants rivalry
2 Sunday September 17 Miami Dolphins 24–17 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Dolphins–Patriots rivalry
3 Sunday September 24 Pittsburgh Steelers 23–18 Las Vegas Raiders Allegiant Stadium Raiders–Steelers rivalry
2022 Week 16 rematch
4 Sunday October 1 Kansas City Chiefs 23–20 New York Jets MetLife Stadium Jets’ first appearance on SNF since 2012
Jets QB Zack Wilson's SNF debut
5 Sunday October 8 Dallas Cowboys 10–42 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium 49ers–Cowboys rivalry
2022 NFC Divisional playoff rematch
49ers QB Brock Purdy's SNF Debut
Dak Prescott vs. Brock Purdy
6 Sunday October 15 New York Giants 9–14 Buffalo Bills Highmark Stadium Super Bowl XXV rematch
7 Sunday October 22 Miami Dolphins 17–31 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Tua Tagovailoa vs. Jalen Hurts (Former teammates at Alabama)
8 Sunday October 29 Chicago Bears 13–30 Los Angeles Chargers SoFi Stadium Khalil Mack against his former team
9 Sunday November 5 Buffalo Bills 18–24 Cincinnati Bengals Paycor Stadium Josh Allen vs. Joe Burrow
2022 AFC divisional playoff and Week 17 rematch.
10 Sunday November 12 New York Jets 12–16 Las Vegas Raiders Allegiant Stadium 55th anniversary of Heidi Game
Allen Lazard vs. former Green Bay Packers teammate Davante Adams
11 Sunday November 19 Minnesota Vikings 20–21 Denver Broncos Empower Field at Mile High Vikings QB Josh Dobbs SNF Debut
12 Thursday November 23 San Francisco 49ers 31–13 Seattle Seahawks Lumen Field 49ers–Seahawks rivalry
2022 NFC Wild card playoff rematch
Sunday November 26 Baltimore Ravens 20–10 Los Angeles Chargers SoFi Stadium Lamar Jackson vs. Justin Herbert
13 Sunday December 3 Kansas City Chiefs 19–27 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Super Bowl I rematch
Jordan Love's first SNF start
Patrick Mahomes vs. Jordan Love
14 Sunday December 10 Philadelphia Eagles 13–33 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium Cowboys–Eagles rivalry
15 Sunday December 17 Baltimore Ravens 23–7 Jacksonville Jaguars EverBank Stadium Trevor Lawrence's first SNF game
First SNF game in Jacksonville since 2008
2022 Week 12 rematch
BAL Win: Clinch Playoff Berth
16 Saturday December 23 Cincinnati Bengals 11–34 Pittsburgh Steelers Acrisure Stadium Bengals–Steelers rivalry
Buffalo Bills 24–22 Los Angeles Chargers SoFi Stadium First-ever exclusive game on Peacock, game also simulcast on WGRZ in Buffalo and KNBC in Los Angeles.[11]
17 Sunday December 31 Green Bay Packers 33–10 Minnesota Vikings U.S. Bank Stadium Packers–Vikings rivalry
GB Win: Stay Alive in the hunt
GB Loss: Eliminated
18 Sunday January 7 Buffalo Bills 21–14 Miami Dolphins Hard Rock Stadium Bills–Dolphins rivalry
2022 AFC Wild Card rematch
Josh Allen vs. Tua Tagovailoa
Winner: AFC East champions and AFC No. 2 seed
MIA Loss: Wild Card AFC No. 6 seed
BUF Loss: Clinch Wild Card playoff spot as 7 seed unless if both PIT and JAX win, and HOU/IND winner produced, which eliminates them
Super Wild Card Weekend Saturday January 13 Cleveland Browns 14–45 Houston Texans NRG Stadium Kickoff at 4:35pm ET
C.J. Stroud's first NFL playoff game
Week 16 rematch
AFC No. 5 vs. AFC No. 4
Miami Dolphins 7–26 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium Kickoff at 8:10pm ET
Tyreek Hill returns to Kansas City
Week 9 rematch
First ever exclusive NFL playoff game on a streaming service[12]
Game also simulcast on WTVJ in Miami and KSHB in Kansas City,[13] while bonus coverage of the opening quarter of the game was shown on NBC Nationally until 8:30pm ET
AFC No. 6 vs. AFC No. 3
Sunday January 14 Los Angeles Rams 23–24 Detroit Lions Ford Field Kickoff at 8pm ET
Matthew Stafford vs. Jared Goff
Matthew Stafford returns to Detroit
Jared Goff against his former team
NFC No. 6 vs. NFC No. 3
Divisional Round Sunday January 21 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 23–31 Detroit Lions Kickoff at 3:05pm ET
Week 6 rematch
NFC No. 4 vs. NFC No. 3


Week Day Date Visiting Team Final score Host Team Stadium Significance
Pre 3 Sunday August 25 New England Patriots Washington Commanders Commanders Field
1 Thursday September 5 Baltimore Ravens Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium 2023 AFC Championship rematch
Friday September 6 Green Bay Packers Philadelphia Eagles Arena Corinthians São Paulo game
First NFL game to be played in South America
Game also simulcast on WGBA-TV in Green Bay, WTMJ-TV in Milwaukee, and WCAU in Philadelphia.
Sunday September 8 Los Angeles Rams Detroit Lions Ford Field 2023 NFC Wild Card rematch
2 Sunday September 15 Chicago Bears Houston Texans NRG Stadium Texans QB C.J. Stroud SNF Debut
Bears Rookie QB Caleb Williams SNF Debut
3 Sunday September 22 Kansas City Chiefs Atlanta Falcons Mercedes Benz Stadium Falcons QB Kirk Cousins SNF Debut.
Falcons first appearance on SNF since 2019
4 Sunday September 29 Buffalo Bills Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium Josh Allen vs. Lamar Jackson
5 Sunday October 6 Dallas Cowboys Pittsburgh Steelers Acrisure Stadium Cowboys–Steelers rivalry
Rematches of Super Bowl X, Super Bowl XIII, and rematch, Super Bowl XXX
Steelers QB Russell Wilson SNF Debut
6 Sunday October 13 Cincinnati Bengals New York Giants MetLife Stadium
7 Sunday October 20 New York Jets Pittsburgh Steelers Acrisure Stadium Aaron Rodgers vs. Russell Wilson
Aaron Rodgers Jets SNF Debut
8 Sunday October 27 Dallas Cowboys San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium 49ers–Cowboys rivalry
2023 Week 5 rematch
Dak Prescott vs. Brock Purdy
9 Sunday November 3 Jacksonville Jaguars Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Jaguars coach Doug Pederson against his former team
10 Sunday November 10 Detroit Lions Houston Texans NRG Stadium
11 Sunday November 17 Indianapolis Colts New York Jets MetLife Stadium Super Bowl III rematch
Anthony Richardson Colts SNF Debut
12 Sunday November 24 Philadelphia Eagles Los Angeles Rams SoFi Stadium 2023 Week 5 rematch
13 Thursday November 28 Miami Dolphins Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Tua Tagovailoa vs. Jordan Love
Sunday December 1 San Francisco 49ers Buffalo Bills Highmark Stadium Brock Purdy vs. Josh Allen
14 Sunday December 8 Los Angeles Chargers Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium Chargers–Chiefs rivalry
Justin Herbert vs. Patrick Mahomes
15 Sunday December 15 Green Bay Packers Seattle Seahawks Lumen Field Packers–Seahawks rivalry
16 Saturday December 21 Houston Texans Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium 1 PM ET Kickoff
C.J. Stroud vs. Patrick Mahomes
Sunday December 22 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium 2022 NFC Wild Card rematch
17 Sunday December 29 Miami Dolphins Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns Stadium
18 Sunday January 5 TBD TBD TBD
Super Wild Card Weekend Sunday January 12 TBD TBD TBD
Divisional Round Saturday/Sunday January 18/19 TBD TBD TBD

SNF statistics

  • Most points scored on SNF by a single team: 62 (New Orleans Saints 62 vs. Indianapolis Colts 7 [10/23/2011])
  • Highest combined score on SNF: 83 points (Philadelphia Eagles 45 @ New York Giants 38 [12/13/2009] & Kansas City Chiefs 40 @ New England Patriots 43 [10/14/2018])
  • Lowest combined score on SNF: 9 points (New Orleans Saints 9 @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 0 [12/19/2021])
  • Most appearances on SNF (counting postseason): 60 (Dallas Cowboys)
  • Fewest appearances on SNF (counting postseason): 5 (Jacksonville Jaguars)
  • Most wins on SNF (counting postseason): 32 (Dallas Cowboys)
  • Most losses on SNF (counting postseason): 28 (Dallas Cowboys)

Most frequent matchups

Postseason matchups in italics. Meetings across a number of years represents one regular season meeting per season.

Count Matchup Record Years Played Significance
17 Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles Cowboys, 9–8 2006–2007, 2009(1), 2009(2), 2010–2020, 2022–2023 Cowboys–Eagles rivalry
13 Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants Cowboys, 9–4 2007–2009, 2011(1), 2011(2), 2012–2018, 2023 Cowboys–Giants rivalry
11 Chicago Bears vs. Green Bay Packers Packers, 9–2 2006–2007, 2009, 2011, 2014–2015, 2018–2022 Bears–Packers rivalry
11 Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Ravens, 6–5 2009–2013, 2014(1), 2014(2), 2017–2018, 2020, 2022 Ravens–Steelers rivalry
9 Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings Packers, 5–4 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015–2018, 2021, 2023 Packers–Vikings rivalry
7 Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Commanders Cowboys, 5–2 2006, 2008–2010, 2012–2013, 2021 Cowboys–Commanders rivalry
7 New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles Eagles, 5–2 2007–2012, 2014 Eagles–Giants rivalry
6 Denver Broncos vs. Kansas City Chiefs Chiefs, 4–2 2013–2014, 2016(1), 2016(2), 2020-2021 Broncos–Chiefs rivalry
5 Dallas Cowboys vs. New Orleans Saints Saints, 4–1 2006, 2013–2015, 2019 Sean Payton vs. his former team
5 Indianapolis Colts vs. New England Patriots Colts, 3–2 2006, 2008–2009, 2014–2015 Colts–Patriots rivalry
5 Los Angeles Chargers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Chargers, 3–2 2006, 2009, 2018–2019, 2021 none
5 New York Giants vs. Washington Commanders Giants, 3–2 2007–2008, 2013, 2017, 2022 Commanders–Giants rivalry
5 Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Steelers, 5–0 2007, 2012–2014, 2023 Bengals–Steelers rivalry
5 San Francisco 49ers vs. Seattle Seahawks Seahawks, 3–2 2012–2014, 2019, 2023 49ers–Seahawks rivalry
4 Dallas Cowboys vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Buccaneers, 2–1 2016, 2021–2022, 2024 none
4 Indianapolis Colts vs. Los Angeles Chargers Chargers, 3–1 2007, 2008(1), 2008(2), 2010 none
4 Arizona Cardinals vs. Seattle Seahawks Cardinals, 2–1–1 2014–2016, 2020 Cardinals–Seahawks rivalry
4 Chicago Bears vs. Philadelphia Eagles Eagles, 3–1 2008–2009, 2013, 2018 none
4 Denver Broncos vs. New England Patriots Tied, 2–2 2006, 2013, 2015, 2017 Broncos–Patriots rivalry
4 Kansas City Chiefs vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Steelers, 3–1 2011, 2016(1), 2016(2), 2021 none
4 Indianapolis Colts vs. Kansas City Chiefs Colts, 3–1 2006, 2013, 2018, 2019 none
4 Atlanta Falcons vs. Philadelphia Eagles Tied, 2–2 2011, 2017, 2018–2019 Eagles–Falcons rivalry
4 Baltimore Ravens vs. New England Patriots Tied, 2–2 2012, 2014, 2019–2020 Patriots–Ravens rivalry

See also


  1. ^ NBC Announces Fall 2007 Sunday Night Football Schedule Archived 2007-04-29 at the Wayback Machine
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