14 April 2016

2016 NBC Sunday Night Football Schedule

The Sunday Night Football package is considered by most to be the top broadcast package in terms of quality of the schedule in all of the NFL and with this year's schedule below, it is easy to see why. Let's take a look at the 2016 schedule for SNF on NBC.

All games will be at 8:30 and called by Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth and Michele Tafoya.
Weeks 5-17 are flex weeks

Week 1 - Thursday September 8th
Panthers vs. Broncos

September 11th
Patriots vs. Cardinals

Week 2 - September 18th
Packers vs. Vikings

Week 3 - September 25th
Bears vs. Cowboys

Week 4 - October 2nd
Chiefs vs. Steelers

Week 5- October 9th
Giants vs. Packers

Week 6 - October 16th
Colts vs. Texans

Week 7 - October 23rd
Seahawks vs. Cardinals

Week 8 - October 30th
Eagles vs. Cowboys

Week 9 - November 6th
Broncos vs. Raiders

Week 10 - November 13th
Seahawks vs. Patriots

Week 11 - November 20th 
Packers vs. Washington (Mike Tirico, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya)

Week 12 - Thanksgiving - Thursday, November 24th
Steelers vs. Colts (Mike Tirico, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya)

November 27th
Chiefs vs. Broncos (Mike Tirico, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya)

Week 13 - December 4th
Panthers vs. Seahawks

Week 14 - December 11th
Cowboys vs. Giants

Week 15 - December 18th
Buccaneers vs. Cowboys

Week 16 - Christmas - December 25th
Broncos vs. Chiefs

Week 17 - January 1st
Packers vs. Lions

Wild Card - Saturday, January 7th
8:15
Lions vs. Seahawks (Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Heather Cox, Michele Tafoya)

Divisional - January 15th
8:20
Steelers vs. Chiefs (Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Heather CoxMichele Tafoya)

16 comments:

  1. NBC hasn't shown an Oakland Raiders game since 2006 and I don't see them doing a Lion game like they did last year and they haven't aired a Rams game since 2010.

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  2. I thought Mike Tirico was calling the games?

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  4. He wil be calling the Thursday games on NBC with Chris Collinsworth starting on November 17th.

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  5. The NFL blocked Mike Tirico from calling Thursday Night Football on NBC so Al Michaels will instead call Thursday Night Football on November 17.

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  6. Mike Tirico will be calling Packers vs Redskins, Steelers vs Colts on Thanksgiving and Chiefs Broncos with Cris Collinsworth to give Al Michaels a break, here is the press release from NBC Sports
    http://sportsmedianews.com/mike-tirico-to-call-nbcs-thanksgiving-week-nfl-games/

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  7. Al Michaels isn't getting any younger. Michaels is now 72 years old and has called a lot of NFL since NBC got back in the NFL business in 2006. It's my understanding that NBC bosses wanted to give Michaels a chance to recharge and likely groom Mike Tirico as Michaels' eventual successor on "Sunday Night Football". When that would occur...That part is hard to say.

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  8. Week 14, Sunday Night Football should get 2 games both on NBC and NBC Sports network. Most of the nation will get the Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants (Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michelle Tafoya), but in Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Michigan and Minnesota states will get the Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions (Mike Tirico, Doug Flutie, Heather Cox) on NBC.

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    1. Please no name calling on this website though I think he's trying to make stuff up which looks like trolling to me.

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  10. Dallas is this year's prime-time team. Week 15 game against Tampa Bay has been flexed to Sunday Night Football.

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  11. Hmm...with Al/Cris/Heather Cox calling Bengals-Texans on Christmas Eve and Mike Tirico/Doug Flutie/Heather calling Ravens-Steelers on Christmas afternoon, I guess Al/Cris/Michele Tafoya will call Broncos-Chiefs Christmas night?

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  12. The Steelers at Chiefs has been moved by the NFL from 1P.M to 8:20P.M

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