NFL schedule Week 12: What games are on today? TV channels, times, scores

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The Week 12 NFL schedule is as uneven as possible, with just two afternoon games.

But this deep in the season, we're squarely in the flex portion of the schedule, so more of the biggest games will get top billing.

In Week 12, that means the Cowboys and Patriots squaring off in a battle of Super Bowl hopefuls, and the Jaguars and Titans looking to remain in striking distance in the AFC South. The Sunday night game is a highly anticipated matchup between the 49ers and Packers.

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That leaves the morning slate quite barren. None of the nine early games are between teams above .500. The combined record of the 18 teams is 72-107-1, an ugly .403 winning percentage. In that small pond, the Seahawks facing the Eagles is likely the standout game.

Here's everything to know about Week 12's NFL games, including a full schedule with TV channels, start times and scores.

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NFL schedule Week 12: What games are on today?

Here's the full schedule for Week 12 of the 2019 NFL season, plus final scores and how to watch every game live.

You can keep up with live scores and stats with SN's live scoreboard.

Note: National broadcasts are listed in bold

Sunday, Nov. 24

Game

Time

Channel

Falcons vs. Buccaneers

1 p.m.

Fox

Bills vs. Broncos

1 p.m.

CBS

Bears vs. Giants

1 p.m.

Fox

Bengals vs. Steelers

1 p.m.

CBS

Browns vs. Steelers

1 p.m.

Fox

Saints vs. Panthers

1 p.m.

CBS

Jets vs. Raiders

1 p.m.

CBS

Eagles vs. Seahawks

1 p.m.

Fox

Redskins vs. Lions

1 p.m.

Fox

Titans vs. Jaguars

4:25 p.m.

CBS

Patriots vs. Cowboys

4:25 p.m.

Fox

49ers vs. Packers

8:20 p.m.

NBC

Monday, Nov. 25

Game

Time

TV

Rams vs. Ravens

8:15 p.m.

ESPN

MORE: NFL TV coverage map for Week 12

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Week 12 kicked off Thursday night with an AFC tilt between the Colts and Texans, which Houston narrowly won after a controversial finish.

Sunday's slate begins with an absurd nine 1 p.m. games. None are especially appealing, but the Eagles hosting the Seahawks is one of a few that don't include a team below .500. Despite being on the road, Seattle will still be the favorites.

Both late afternoon games are compelling, with the Cowboys visiting the Patriots and the Jaguars and Titans battling for position in the tight AFC South.

The remaining two primetime games of the week will begin Sunday night with the Packers going on the road to take on the 49ers, and on Monday night, the Rams host Lamar Jackson and the Ravens.

NFL Week 11 scores

Thursday, Nov. 21

Sunday, Nov. 24

Game

Falcons vs. Buccaneers

Bills vs. Broncos

Bears vs. Giants

Bengals vs. Steelers

Browns vs. Steelers

Saints vs. Panthers

Jets vs. Raiders

Eagles vs. Seahawks

Redskins vs. Lions

Titans vs. Jaguars

Patriots vs. Cowboys

49ers vs. Packers

Monday, Nov. 25

Game

Rams vs. Ravens

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