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TNT Sunday Night Football results (1990–1997)

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This is a list of results of National Football League games played on Turner Network Television (TNT). From 19901997, TNT broadcast NFL games on Sunday nights for the first half of the regular season (or nine games a year). Meanwhile, ESPN would pick things up for the second half of the season. TNT also got a couple of Thursday night games to show, which were aired in place of Sunday night games (that would have otherwise conflicted with the World Series; coincidentally, the 1991, 1992, 1995, and 1996 editions of the World Series featured the Turner-owned Atlanta Braves).

Following the 1997 season, ESPN would broadcast Sunday night NFL games for the whole season. This particular arrangement between ESPN and the National Football League would continue until the end of the 2005 season. Since that time, NBC (who last broadcast NFL games the same year that TNT last broadcast them, 1997) has been the television home of Sunday night games. Meanwhile, ESPN replaced ABC as the broadcaster of Monday night games in 2006.

The Phoenix/Arizona Cardinals were the only team to appear on TNT every year of the run, as they had their home opener (and one additional game in 1994) aired on the network each year.

Note: The winning teams' names are in bold.
Overtime Result

1990

Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Venue
Sunday September 9 Philadelphia Eagles 20-27 New York Giants Giants Stadium
Sunday September 16 Houston Oilers 9-20 Pittsburgh Steelers Three Rivers Stadium
Sunday September 23 Detroit Lions 20-23 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Stadium
Sunday September 30 Washington Redskins 38-10 Phoenix Cardinals Sun Devil Stadium
Sunday October 7 Los Angeles Raiders 24-38 Buffalo Bills Rich Stadium
Sunday October 14 Los Angeles Rams 9-38 Chicago Bears Soldier Field
Thursday October 18 New England Patriots 10-17 Miami Dolphins Joe Robbie Stadium
Sunday October 28 Cincinnati Bengals 17-38 Atlanta Falcons Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium
Sunday November 4 Denver Broncos 22-27 Minnesota Vikings Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome

1991

Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Venue
Sunday September 1 Detroit Lions 0-45 Washington Redskins Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium
Sunday September 8 Houston Oilers 30-7 Cincinnati Bengals Riverfront Stadium
Sunday September 15 Los Angeles Rams 7-24 New Orleans Saints Louisiana Superdome
Sunday September 22 Dallas Cowboys 17-9 Phoenix Cardinals Sun Devil Stadium
Sunday September 29 Denver Broncos 13-6 Minnesota Vikings Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome
Sunday October 6 Pittsburgh Steelers 21-3 Indianapolis Colts Hoosier Dome
Sunday October 13 Los Angeles Raiders 23-20 Seattle Seahawks Kingdome
Thursday October 17 Chicago Bears 10-0 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field

1992

Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Venue
Sunday September 6 Los Angeles Raiders 13-17 Denver Broncos Mile High Stadium
Sunday September 13 Philadelphia Eagles 31-14 Phoenix Cardinals Sun Devil Stadium
Sunday September 20 Indianapolis Colts 0-38 Buffalo Bills Rich Stadium
Sunday September 27 San Francisco 49ers 16-10 New Orleans Saints Louisiana Superdome
Sunday October 4 New England Patriots 21-30 New York Jets Giants Stadium
Sunday October 11[1] Los Angeles Rams 10-13 New Orleans Saints Louisiana Superdome
Thursday October 15 Detroit Lions 14-31 Minnesota Vikings Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome
Sunday October 25 Pittsburgh Steelers 27-3 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium
Sunday November 1 New York Giants 24-7 Washington Redskins Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium

1993

Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Venue
Sunday September 5 Houston Oilers 21-33 New Orleans Saints Louisiana Superdome
Sunday September 12 Los Angeles Raiders 17-13 Seattle Seahawks Kingdome
Sunday September 19 Dallas Cowboys 17-10 Phoenix Cardinals Sun Devil Stadium
Sunday September 26 New England Patriots 7-45 New York Jets Giants Stadium
Sunday October 3 New York Giants 14-17 Buffalo Bills Rich Stadium
Sunday October 10 Denver Broncos 27-30 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field
Thursday October 14 Los Angeles Rams 24-30 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome
Sunday October 24 Indianapolis Colts 27-41 Miami Dolphins Joe Robbie Stadium
Sunday October 31 Detroit Lions 30-27 Minnesota Vikings Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome

1994

Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Venue
Sunday September 4 San Diego Chargers 37-34 Denver Broncos Mile High Stadium
Sunday September 11 New York Giants 20-17 Arizona Cardinals Sun Devil Stadium
Sunday September 18 Kansas City Chiefs 30-10 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome
Sunday September 25 Chicago Bears 19-7 New York Jets Giants Stadium
Sunday October 2 Miami Dolphins 23-7 Cincinnati Bengals Riverfront Stadium
Sunday October 9 Washington Redskins 17-21 Philadelphia Eagles Veterans Stadium
Thursday October 13 Cleveland Browns 11-8 Houston Oilers Astrodome
Thursday October 20 Green Bay Packers 10-13 Minnesota Vikings Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome
Sunday October 30 Pittsburgh Steelers 17-20 Arizona Cardinals Sun Devil Stadium

1995

Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Venue
Sunday September 3 Buffalo Bills 7-22 Denver Broncos Mile High Stadium
Sunday September 10 Philadelphia Eagles 31-19 Arizona Cardinals Sun Devil Stadium
Sunday September 17 Dallas Cowboys 23-17 Minnesota Vikings Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome
Sunday September 24 Green Bay Packers 24-14 Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Municipal Stadium
Sunday October 1 Oakland Raiders 47-10 New York Jets Giants Stadium
Sunday October 8 Denver Broncos 37-3 New England Patriots Foxboro Stadium
Thursday October 12 Atlanta Falcons 19-21 St. Louis Rams Busch Memorial Stadium
Thursday October 19 Cincinnati Bengals 27-9 Pittsburgh Steelers Three Rivers Stadium
Sunday October 29 New York Giants 29-15 Washington Redskins Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium

1996

Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Venue
Sunday September 1 Buffalo Bills 23-20 New York Giants Giants Stadium
Sunday September 8 Miami Dolphins 38-10 Arizona Cardinals Sun Devil Stadium
Sunday September 15 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 23-27 Denver Broncos Mile High Stadium
Sunday September 22 Philadelphia Eagles 33-18 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome
Sunday September 29 New York Jets 16-31 Washington Redskins Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium
Sunday October 6 Houston Oilers 30-27 Cincinnati Bengals Riverfront Stadium
Sunday October 13 Baltimore Ravens 21-26 Indianapolis Colts RCA Dome
Thursday October 17 Seattle Seahawks 16-34 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium
Sunday October 27 Buffalo Bills 25-28 New England Patriots Foxboro Stadium

1997

Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Venue
Sunday August 31 Washington Redskins 24-10 Carolina Panthers Ericsson Stadium
Sunday September 7 Dallas Cowboys 22-25 Arizona Cardinals Sun Devil Stadium
Sunday September 14 New York Jets 24-27 New England Patriots Foxboro Stadium
Sunday September 21 Miami Dolphins 21-31 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Houlihan's Stadium
Sunday September 28 Philadelphia Eagles 19-28 Minnesota Vikings Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome
Sunday October 5 New Orleans Saints 20-17 Chicago Bears Soldier Field
Sunday October 12 Indianapolis Colts 22-24 Pittsburgh Steelers Three Rivers Stadium
Thursday October 16 San Diego Chargers 3-31 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium
Sunday October 26 Atlanta Falcons 12-21 Carolina Panthers Ericsson Stadium

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