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NFL Network Special results (2006–present)

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The following is a detailed list of results and scores from National Football League games aired on NFL Network's NFL Network Special.

Results by season

Listed below are games and their respective results played from 2006 to the present.

Schedule (Prior to NFL Network Special branding)

2006 Season

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Announcers Game Notes
15 Saturday December 16 Dallas Cowboys 38–28 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome Bryant Gumbel (play by play)
Dick Vermeil (color)
After the game, Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens came to the NFL Total Access set and acknowledged spitting in the face of Falcons cornerback DeAngelo Hall early in the contest. There is no video, from that night's telecast or any other source, that is known to have captured the incident, but Owens was fined $30,000 by the NFL.
16 Saturday December 23 Kansas City Chiefs 20–9 Oakland Raiders McAfee Coliseum Bryant Gumbel (play by play)
Dick Vermeil (color)
Sideline reporter Adam Schefter reported that the Raiders had begun the process to fire head coach Art Shell, which was immediately refuted by Al Davis. Weeks later, the report was true and the Raiders indeed relieved Shell of his duties.
17 Saturday December 30 New York Giants 34–28 Washington Redskins FedExField Bryant Gumbel (play by play)
Cris Collinsworth (color)

2007 Season

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Announcers Game Notes
15 Saturday December 15 Cincinnati Bengals 13–20 San Francisco 49ers Monster Park Bryant Gumbel (play-by-play)
Marshall Faulk (color)
Deion Sanders (color)
Kickoff at 8PM ET.
17 December 29 New England Patriots 38–35 (details) New York Giants Giants Stadium Bryant Gumbel (play-by-play)
Cris Collinsworth (color)
Patriots complete a 16-0 regular season finish, the first undefeated NFL regular season in 35 years. The game was simulcast on NFL Network, NBC, and CBS. The game was also available to watch online at NFL.com/Live. The game was the first three-network simulcast in NFL history and the first simulcast of any kind of an NFL game since Super Bowl I in 1967, when CBS and NBC both televised the first meeting of the champions of the newly merged National Football League and American Football League.[1]

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady surpasses Peyton Manning (49 touchdowns; 2004) with his 50th touchdown of the season, a pass to wide receiver Randy Moss, which coincidentally was Moss' 23rd receiving touchdown of the year surpassing Jerry Rice (22 touchdowns; 1987). The Patriots became the highest scoring team in a single season (594 points) surpassing the 1998 Vikings' 556 points.

The Patriots and Giants would meet again in Super Bowl XLII over a month later. The Patriots were still on their undefeated streak (18-0) while the Giants were winners of an NFL-record 10-straight road games. The Giants defeated the Patriots in the rematch by a score of 17–14 to claim their third Super Bowl championship.

2008 Season

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Announcers Game Notes
15 Saturday December 20 Baltimore Ravens 33–24 Dallas Cowboys Texas Stadium Bob Papa (play by play)
Deion Sanders (color)
Marshall Faulk (color)
The final game at Texas Stadium. Kickoff at 8:15PM ET

2009 Season

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Announcers Game Notes
15 Saturday December 19 Dallas Cowboys 24–17 New Orleans Saints Louisiana Superdome Bob Papa (play by play)
Matt Millen (color)
Kickoff at 8:20PM ET
16 Friday December 25 San Diego Chargers 42–17 Tennessee Titans LP Field Bob Papa (play by play)
Matt Millen (color)
Christmas game. Kickoff at 7:30PM ET.

2010 Season

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Announcers Game Notes
16 Saturday December 25 Dallas Cowboys 26–27 Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium Bob Papa (play by play)
Matt Millen (color)
Joe Theismann (color)
Christmas game. Kickoff at 7:30PM ET.

2011 Season

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Announcers Game Notes
15 Saturday December 17 Dallas Cowboys 31–15 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raymond James Stadium Brad Nessler (play by play)
Mike Mayock (color)
Kickoff at 8:20PM ET

2013 Season

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Announcers Game Notes
5 Sunday October 6 San Diego Chargers 17–27 Oakland Raiders O.co Coliseum Ian Eagle (play by play)
Dan Fouts (color)
Originally planned to be broadcast by CBS for a 1:25 p.m. PT (4:25 p.m. ET) start, the game was pushed back to an 8:35 p.m. PT (11:35 p.m. ET) start because the stadium needed to be changed back to its football configuration following an Oakland Athletics playoff game the night before. The game was moved to NFL Network as a "special edition" of Thursday Night Football, but retained CBS production staff. In San Diego, CBS affiliate KFMB-TV (who would have broadcast the game had it been played at its normal time) picked up rights to simulcast the game over-the-air.[2]

2014 season

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Announcers Game Notes
16 Saturday December 20 Philadelphia Eagles 24–27 Washington Redskins FedEx Field Kevin Harlan (play by play)
Rich Gannon (color)
Kickoff at 4:30PM ET, branded as Thursday Night Football, produced by CBS.

2015 season

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Announcers Game Notes
15 Saturday December 19 New York Jets 19–16 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium Jim Nantz (play by play)
Phil Simms (color)
Branded as Thursday Night Football, game kicked off at 8:25PM ET. Produced by CBS
16 Saturday December 26 Washington Redskins 38–24 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Ian Eagle (play by play)
Trent Green (color)
Eagles–Redskins rivalry
Branded as Thursday Night Football, game kicked off at 8:25PM ET. Produced by CBS

2016 season

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Announcers Game Notes
7 Sunday October 23 New York Giants 17–10 Los Angeles Rams Twickenham Stadium Kevin Harlan (play by play)
Dan Fouts (color)
Game played in London as part of the NFL International Series, and was branded as a "Thursday Night Special". Per NFL rules, the game was also simulcast on KCBS-TV in Los Angeles and WCBS-TV in New York.
Game produced by CBS.
15 Saturday December 17 Miami Dolphins 34–13 New York Jets Metlife Stadium Mike Tirico (play by play)
Doug Flutie (color)
Tony Dungy (color)
Branded as Thursday Night Football
The game was also simulcast on WFOR-TV in Miami and WNBC-TV in New York. Produced by NBC Sports
16 Saturday December 24 Cincinnati Bengals 10–12 Houston Texans NRG Stadium Kevin Harlan (play by play)
Rich Gannon (color)
Game was also simulcast on KHOU-TV in Houston and WKRC-TV in Cincinnati. Texans clinched the AFC South division title with win, combined with the Titans loss to the Jaguars earlier that day.
Produced by CBS, branded as Thursday Night Football.
Sunday December 25 Baltimore Ravens 27–31 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Mike Tirico (play by play)
Doug Flutie (color)
Tony Dungy (color)
Christmas game, branded as NFL Christmas Special.
This game was also simulcast on WBAL-TV in Baltimore, and on WPXI in Pittsburgh. Antonio Brown stretched the ball over the goal line for the game-winning touchdown, giving the Steelers the AFC North division title, eliminating the Ravens from playoff contention, and get the Kansas City Chiefs into the playoffs, who would then win later that night, to let the Miami Dolphins get the last playoff berth in the AFC. Ravens-Steelers rivalry
Produced by NBC Sports.

Schedule (As NFL Network Special)

2017 season

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Announcers Game Notes
8 Sunday October 29 Minnesota Vikings 33–16 Cleveland Browns Twickenham Stadium Greg Gumbel (play by play)
Trent Green (color)
Game played in London as part of the NFL International Series; Kickoff at 9:30 ET; CBS Sports Production. Simulcast on WCCO in Minnesota and WOIO in Cleveland.
15 Saturday December 16 Chicago Bears 10–20 Detroit Lions Ford Field Mike Tirico (play by play)
Kurt Warner (color)
Kickoff at 4:30 ET; TNF doubleheader. NBC Sports production; simulcast on WDIV-TV in Detroit and WMAQ-TV in Chicago. Bears-Lions rivalry
Los Angeles Chargers 13–30 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium Greg Gumbel (play by play)
Trent Green (color)
Kickoff at 8:25 ET. Simulcast on KCAL-TV in Los Angeles and KCTV in Kansas City. Chargers-Chiefs rivalry
16 December 23 Indianapolis Colts 16–23 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium Kickoff at 4:30 ET. Game was also simulcast on WJZ-TV in Baltimore and WTTV-TV in Indianapolis.
Monday December 25 Pittsburgh Steelers 34–6 Houston Texans NRG Stadium Mike Tirico (play by play)
Kurt Warner (color)
Christmas game, branded as NFL Christmas Special.
Game simulcast on NBC and NFL Network. Kickoff at 4:30 ET. Last game with NBC Sports production
DeAndre Hopkins made an incredible circus catch for a touchdown, which was the Texans’ only offensive spark of the game.

2018 season

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Announcers Game Notes
8 Sunday October 28 Philadelphia Eagles 24–18 Jacksonville Jaguars Wembley Stadium Rich Eisen (play by play), Michael Irvin (color)
Steve Mariucci (color)
Kurt Warner (color).
Game played in London, as part of the NFL International Series. Kickoff at 9:30 a.m. ET. This game was also simulcast on WPVI-TV in Philadelphia, and WFOX-TV in Jacksonville. Zach Ertz caught game winning touchdown pass.
15 Saturday December 15 Houston Texans 29–22 New York Jets MetLife Stadium Curt Menefee (play by play)
Nate Burleson (color)
Steve Mariucci (color).
Kickoff at 4:30 p.m. ET. Also simulcast on KHOU-TV in Houston, and WNBC-TV in New York.
Cleveland Browns 17–16 Denver Broncos Broncos Stadium at Mile High Mike Tirico (play by play)
Kurt Warner (color).
Kickoff at 8:20 p.m. ET. Also simulcast on WOIO-TV in Cleveland, and KDVR-TV in Denver.
16 December 22 Washington Redskins 16–25 Tennessee Titans Nissan Stadium Curt Menefee (play by play)
Nate Burleson (color)
Steve Mariucci (color).
Kickoff at 4:30 p.m. ET. One of the four games eligible to be flexed into the NFL Network Saturday Doubleheader. Simulcast on WRC-TV in Washington, and on WSMV-TV in Tennessee.
Baltimore Ravens 22–10 Los Angeles Chargers StubHub Center Mike Tirico (play by play)
Kurt Warner (color).
Kickoff at 8:20 p.m. ET. One of the four games eligible to be flexed into the NFL Network Saturday Doubleheader. Also simulcast on WBAL-TV in Baltimore, and KABC-TV in Los Angeles.

2019 season

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Announcers Game Notes
6 Sunday October 13 Carolina Panthers 37–26 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Rich Eisen (play by play)
Michael Irvin (color)
Steve Mariucci (color)
Kurt Warner (color).
Part of the NFL International Series. Game also simulcast on WJZY-TV in Carolina and WMOR-TV in Tampa Bay. 9:30 AM kickoff. Buccaneers-Panthers rivalry.
9 November 3 Houston Texans 26–3 Jacksonville Jaguars Wembley Stadium Part of the NFL International Series. Game also simulcast on KRIV-TV in Houston and WJXX-TV in Jacksonville. Kickoff at 9:30 AM.
16 Saturday December 21 Houston Texans 23–20 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raymond James Stadium Rich Eisen (play by play)
Nate Burleson (color)
Joe Thomas (color).
1 PM Kickoff. Game was also simulcast on KRIV-TV in Houston and WMOR-TV in Tampa Bay. One of 5 games under consideration for Saturday flex scheduling.
Buffalo Bills 17–24 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Mike Tirico (play by play)
Kurt Warner (color).
4:25 PM Kickoff. Game was also simulcast on WKBW-TV in Buffalo, and WBZ-TV in New England. One of 5 games under consideration for Saturday flex scheduling. Bills-Patriots rivalry.
Los Angeles Rams 31–34 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium Kevin Burkhardt (play by play)
Charles Davis (color).
Game was also simulcast on KCBS-TV in Los Angeles, and KNTV-TV in San Francisco. One of 5 games under consideration for Saturday flex scheduling. 49ers-Rams rivalry.

2020 season

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Announcers Game Notes
15 Saturday December 19 Buffalo Bills 48-19 Denver Broncos Empower Field at Mile High Adam Amin (play by play)
Mark Schlereth (color).
4:30 PM ET kickoff. Game also simulcast on WKBW-TV in Buffalo and KMGH-TV in Denver.
Carolina Panthers 16-24 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Joe Davis (play by play)
Kurt Warner (color)
8:15 PM kickoff. Game also simulcast on WSOC-TV in Carolina and WLUK-TV in Green Bay.
16 Friday December 25 Minnesota Vikings 33-52 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome Joe Buck (play by play)
Troy Aikman (color)
Christmas game, branded as NFL Christmas Special. Simulcast on Fox and NFL Network.
First Friday NFL game since 2009. 4:30 PM kickoff.
Saturday December 26 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 47-7 Detroit Lions Ford Field Adam Amin (play by play)
Mark Schlereth (color).
1:00 PM ET kickoff. Game also simulcast on WTSP-TV in Tampa Bay, and WDIV-TV in Detroit.
Miami Dolphins 26-25 Las Vegas Raiders Allegiant Stadium Joe Davis (play by play)
Kurt Warner (color).
8:15 PM kickoff. Game also simulcast on WPLG-TV in Miami, and KSNV-TV in Las Vegas.

2021 season

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Announcers Game Notes
5 Sunday October 10 New York Jets 20-27 Atlanta Falcons Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Greg Gumbel (play by play)
Adam Archuleta (color)
NFL London Game; Kickoff at 9:30 AM ET
Game was produced by CBS Sports, while Fox produced the pregame and halftime shows. Game was also simulcast on WNBC in New York, and WSB in Atlanta.
15 Saturday December 18 New England Patriots 17-27 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium Kevin Burkhardt (play-by-play)
Greg Olsen (color)
Kickoff at 8:15 ET. Game also simulcast on WBZ in the New England area and WXIN in Indianapolis
Monday December 20 Las Vegas Raiders 16-14 Cleveland Browns FirstEnergy Stadium Joe Davis (play by play)
Kurt Warner (color)
Game was initially scheduled for Saturday, however the game was moved to Monday due to Covid-19
Kickoff at 5:00 ET. Game also simulcast on KSNV in Las Vegas and WOIO in Cleveland.
16 Saturday December 25 Indianapolis Colts 22-16 Arizona Cardinals State Farm Stadium Joe Davis (play by play)
Kurt Warner (color)
Part of an NFL Christmas Day doubleheader; Last game with Fox Sports production. Kickoff at 8:15PM ET. Game also simulcast on WTTV in Indianapolis and KSAZ in the Phoenix/Glendale area.

2022 season

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Announcers Game Notes
4 Sunday October 2 Minnesota Vikings 0-0 New Orleans Saints Tottenham Hotspur Stadium TBD NFL London Game
9:30 AM ET Kickoff
5 October 9 New York Giants 0-0 Green Bay Packers TBD NFL London Game
9:30 AM ET Kickoff
10 November 13 Seattle Seahawks 0-0 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Allianz Arena TBD NFL Germany Game
9:30 AM ET Kickoff
First ever regular season game in Germany.
15 Saturday December 17 TBD 0-0 TBD TBD TBD NFL Saturday Game
1:00 PM ET Kickoff
TBD 0-0 TBD TBD TBD NFL Saturday Game
4:30 PM ET Kickoff
TBD 0-0 TBD TBD TBD NFL Saturday Game
8:15 PM ET Kickoff
16 December 24 Las Vegas Raiders 0-0 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field TBD NFL Christmas Eve
50th Anniversary of the Immaculate Reception
8:15 PM ET Kickoff

See also

References

  1. ^ Associated Press. Pats-Giants to be first three-network simulcast in NFL history ESPN.com, 26 December 2007.
  2. ^ "Late-night TV looming for Chargers fans". U-T San Diego. Retrieved 7 October 2013.
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