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NFL Games Today TV Schedule: TV channel, schedule for Week 13

What are the NFL games today in Week 13? Here's the information you need regarding who plays and when -- don't miss any of the week's action!

The NFL enters Week 13, and the playoff picture will need at least a few more weeks to start coming into focus. The slate of NFL games in Week 13 features five divisional matchups. Here’s everything you need to know about when and where to watch these NFL games today.

NFL Games Today TV Schedule | Week 13

Teams with a bye in Week 13: Carolina Panthers, Cleveland Browns, Green Bay Packers, and Tennessee Titans. 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (8-3) at Atlanta Falcons (5-6)

  • Channel: FOX
  • Start time: 1 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

Buccaneers QB Tom Brady has never lost to the Falcons throughout his 22-year career, and that streak does not end today. The Falcons are completely overmatched by their opponent.

Yes, Atlanta has found themselves sitting at 5-6, but they have yet to defeat an opponent with a winning record. Tampa Bay won the game between these two teams in Week 2, 48-25. Atlanta hasn’t scored 25 points since Week 9. Bucs sweep the season series.

Arizona Cardinals (9-2) at Chicago Bears (4-7)

  • Channel: FOX
  • Start time: 1 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

Despite being questionable, Cardinals QB Kyler Murray is expected to start after missing the last three games for Arizona. Colt McCoy has done well for Arizona as a backup, going 2-1 under center. And if push comes to shove, you’d rather start McCoy in Week 13 against Chicago than Week 14 against the Rams.

Barring Murray missing his fourth straight game, the Cardinals should easily handle the Andy Dalton-led Bears. The defense continues to drive this winning train which should make Arizona the first team to reach 10 wins this season.

Los Angeles Chargers (6-5) at Cincinnati Bengals (7-4)

  • Channel: CBS
  • Start time: 1 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

Denver’s Week 12 dismantling of the Chargers has people wondering if Los Angeles is a postseason threat. The Chargers’ offense has failed to push the ball down the field. The number of screens and short passes is plentiful, and it cost LA in Week 12.

The slow, methodical offensive approach might not work well with Cincinnati’s explosive offensive scheme. The Bengals have scored 30+ points in five games this season, and RB Joe Mixon will have his eyes fixated on the Chargers’ 32nd-ranked rushing defense.

Minnesota Vikings (5-6) at Detroit Lions (0-10-1)

  • Channel: CBS
  • Start time: 1 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

Detroit has lost five one-possession games and tied the Pittsburgh Steelers. Their luck has to turn around at some point, right? Not in their Week 13 NFC North tilt against the Vikings.

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Despite his lack of awareness at times, QB Kirk Cousins continues to have an excellent season for Minnesota. His receiving duo of Adam Thielen and Justin Jefferson is red hot. Thielen has 10 touchdowns on the season, while Jefferson has already amassed 1,000 yards receiving. While RB Dalvin Cook has been ruled out with a shoulder injury, Alexander Mattison is no slouch. The 0-11-1 Lions come, but don’t expect them to hang around too long in this one.

New York Giants (4-7) at Miami Dolphins (5-7)

  • Channel: FOX
  • Start time: 1 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

This was the Dolphins’ defense everyone expected from the jump. Miami has held opponents to just 11.5 points over their four-game win streak. Also, the turnovers are back, with 10 coming during Miami’s run. The defensive line generates pressure highlighted by rookie DE Jaelan Phillips’ 5 sacks in the last four games. The Giants defense will test Tua Tagovailoa, but New York will struggle offensively with backup QB Mike Glennon under center.

Philadelphia Eagles (5-7) at New York Jets (3-8)

  • Channel: CBS
  • Start time: 1 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

Philadelphia has never lost to the Jets in the history of the franchise. That record gets put to the test in Week 13 as the Eagles head to MetLife Stadium. After the offense had been humming in Weeks 8-11, their momentum came to a screeching halt in Week 12’s 13-7 loss.

The Giants defense has been a bright spot for a below-average team this season. However, it’s plagued their New York counterpart. The Jets surrendered a league-worst 30.4 points per game, and both opposing passing and rushing attacks have their way against them. The Eagles should bounce back in this Week 13 NFL game today and heat the NFC East.

Indianapolis Colts (6-6) at Houston Texans (2-9)

  • Channel: CBS
  • Start time: 1 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

The Colts fell just short of taking down the Buccaneers after RB Leonard Fournette scored his fourth touchdown of the day with 20 seconds left in the fourth quarter. This year, the Colts’ offense has done big things, anchored by second-year RB Jonathan Taylor. After being held quiet for most of the day, Taylor exploded on the Colts’ final scoring drive, rushing for 68 yards and a touchdown. He rushed for more yards on that drive than the rest of the game.

Houston, meanwhile, has allowed opponents to rush for 135.6 yards per game. There shouldn’t be any surprises in this NFL game today.

Late-afternoon Week 13 NFL games today TV schedule

Who plays in the 4 PM ET window in Week 13? Two bitter divisional rivalries kick-off at 4:25 PM today. Can the Ravens continue to hold onto first place in the AFC North, or will the Steelers bring them back within reach? Meanwhile, in the NFC West, can Russell Wilson and the Seahawks offense figure out their struggles against the 49ers?

Washington Football Team (5-6) at Las Vegas Raiders (6-5)

  • Channel: FOX
  • Start time: 4:05 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

The Washington Football Team heads across the country to Allegiant Stadium to take on the Las Vegas Raiders today in this Week 13 NFL game. Both teams come into this game off of wins but in different circumstances. The Raiders’ Thanksgiving Day win over the Dallas Cowboys halted Vegas’ three-game losing streak.

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Meanwhile, Washington is riding a three-game win streak and hoping to extend it to four. Washington’s defense has finally woken up this year and has put together some impressive performances over the past three weeks. The Raiders have struggled to defend the run this season. With RB J.D. McKissic out with a concussion, look for Antonio Gibson to get the bulk of the workload.

Jacksonville Jaguars (2-9) at Los Angeles Rams (7-4)

  • Channel: FOX
  • Start time: 4:05 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

Did anyone have a worse November than the Rams? Los Angeles has not won a game since Halloween, dropping their last three contests with a bye week sprinkled in. An offense that looked like the best in the league has come crashing down, failing to support its talented defense. QB Matthew Stafford has proved to be very streaky, the loss of WR Robert Woods has had a considerable impact, and the offensive line has struggled.

Luckily, Jacksonville’s defense has not impressed all that much since their Week 9 win over the Bills. The Rams get things back together just in time for a late-season push.

Baltimore Ravens (8-3) at Pittsburgh Steelers (5-5-1)

  • Channel: CBS
  • Start time: 4:25 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

Things haven’t looked right for Baltimore on the offensive side of the football since their Week 10 loss to the Dolphins. Lamar Jackson missed Week 11 with an illness but threw 4 interceptions in Week 12 against the Browns. Jackson became the first QB to throw 4 picks in a game and still win.

Similarly, the Steelers’ offense has been inconsistent as of late as well. They mustered just 10 points against the Bengals in Week 12, scored 27 points in the fourth quarter in Week 11’s Sunday night game, and tied the Lions at 16 in Week 10. How well Pittsburgh contains Jackson will determine if this game becomes a blowout.

San Francisco 49ers (6-5) at Seattle Seahawks (3-8)

  • Channel: FOX
  • Start time: 4:25 PM ET
  • Live stream:
    • Sling
    • Hulu + Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV

The Seahawks’ postseason chances seem to be dead in the water, but that doesn’t mean they won’t bring their opponents’ playoff dreams crashing down. The 49ers have been playing good football as of late. They are riding a three-game win streak, including victories over the Rams and Vikings. The defense is more reminiscent of last year’s squad, and the running game is rolling again.

However, two critical injuries stand in the way of a win. The 49ers will be without WR Deebo Samuel and LB Fred Warner, their most important players on each side of the football. Seattle has not looked the same since Russell Wilson returned from his mallet finger injury, but an NFC West rivalry game at home might be the motivation Seattle needs to snap out of it.

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