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NFL Schedule This Week | 2022 Week 14

CableTV.com’s weekly NFL schedule, featuring channel listings for each game and our NFL Game of the Week recommendation.

Last week, three things caught our attention: the Dallas Cowboys, the Cincinnati Bengals, and Tom Brady. The Cowboys made a meal of the Indianapolis Colts, while the Bengals proved once again that they are Kansas City’s kryptonite.

As for Brady, his fourth-quarter-led comeback during Monday Night Football is a big talking point as we head into Week 14. We don’t think the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are Super Bowl material, but they have five regular-season games to prove us wrong.

Speaking of what’s ahead, we have several fascinating NFL matchups in Week 14. Keep scrolling for the complete rundown.

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CableTV.com’s NFL Game of the Week

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at San Francisco 49ers | FOX, NFL SUNDAY TICKET

Coverage begins Sunday, December 11 at 4:25 p.m. eastern: Like many people, we’re questioning the current form of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the San Francisco 49ers. That’s why Sunday’s matchup intrigues us the most.

The Bucs are so topsy-turvy this season that we can never tell what sort of team we’ll see on game day. At the same time, the 49ers are a stable team leading the NFC West—but they just lost their starting quarterback.

Jimmy Garoppolo is likely out for the rest of the regular season, so rookie Brock Purdy will take over that role. Purdy was Mr. Irrelevant at the 2022 NFL Draft—meaning he was the draft’s final pick. But if he can get some early momentum against Tampa Bay, we think he can lead San Francisco to victory. That is, unless Tom Brady has some more magic up his sleeve.

NFL schedule this week

Every NFL regular-season game airs nationally except for the regional Sunday afternoon matchups on CBS and FOX. If you want live access to out-of-market games, you’ll need NFL SUNDAY TICKET. All local and primetime games also stream live on NFL+ (formerly NFL Game Pass) for mobile device users.

Below is a complete list of NFL Week 14 matchups. You can also check out 506 Sports’ broadcast map to see which Sunday games will air in your area.

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GameDateTime (ET)Channels
Las Vegas Raiders at Los Angeles RamsThursday, December 88:15 p.m.Amazon Prime Video
New York Jets at Buffalo BillsSunday, December 111:00 p.m.CBS, Paramount+
Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati BengalsSunday, December 111:00 p.m.CBS, Paramount+
Houston Texans at Dallas CowboysSunday, December 111:00 p.m.FOX
Minnesota Vikings at Detroit LionsSunday, December 111:00 p.m.FOX
Philadelphia Eagles at New York GiantsSunday, December 111:00 p.m.FOX
Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh SteelersSunday, December 111:00 p.m.CBS, Paramount+
Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee TitansSunday, December 111:00 p.m.CBS, Paramount+
Kansas City Chiefs at Denver BroncosSunday, December 114:05 p.m.CBS, Paramount+
Carolina Panthers at Seattle SeahawksSunday, December 114:25 p.m.FOX
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at San Francisco 49ersSunday, December 114:25 p.m.FOX
Miami Dolphins at Los Angeles ChargersSunday, December 118:20 p.m.NBC, Peacock, Universo
New England Patriots at Arizona CardinalsMonday, December 128:15 p.m.ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes

Data effective as of post date. CBS and FOX games air in select markets.

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NFL Schedule This Week FAQ

What week is it in the NFL?

It’s Week 14 of the 2023 NFL regular season, so hold onto your hats. Winter is coming, and so are the NFL Playoffs.

Which NFL teams have a bye this week?

The Atlanta Falcons, Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, Indianapolis Colts, New Orleans Saints, and Washington Commanders are all on bye in Week 14.

Which NFL team has the best record?

Before Week 14 begins, the Philadelphia Eagles (11–1) still have the best record. The Minnesota Vikings (10–2) trail the Eagles with the league’s second-best record.

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