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Seven LIVE Matches as Thanksgiving provides massive weekend for NFL fans

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Australian and New Zealand fans will be giving thanks for a huge week of NFL action, as ESPN brings to them a football feast, with seven live matches in Week 12.


Week 12 NFL on ESPN begins on Friday November 27 AEDT with a Thanksgiving Day triple header.

Coverage begins at 4.30am AEDT, as the Houston Texans meet the Detroit Lions.

Detroit were held scoreless in a 20-0 defeat to Carolina in Week 11, and will start outsiders against the Texans. Houston showed composure to hold on to their 27-20 win over New England, and will now look to conjure a winning run.

Then at 8.30am AEDT, Washington meet the Dallas Cowboys, in a huge game in the context of the NFC East.

Both sides currently hold 3-7 losing records, yet could still find their way to the top of the conference, as the Giants (3-7) and the Eagles (3-6) are also leaving the NFC East conference battle up for grabs.

Washington and the Cowboys both registered impressive wins in Week 11, and Friday’s showdown could prove the most important of the season for either side.

Friday’s action concludes at 12.15pm AEDT with the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers clash.

Will Week 12 be the one in which the Steelers incredible run comes to an end? At 10-0, Pittsburgh continue to display their dominance with their 100 per cent record in 2020.

At 6-4, their AFC North rivals Baltimore are next on the slate, and it is unlikely the Ravens can slow down the rampant Steelers on Thanksgiving.  

Monday November 30 then sees another three live games on ESPN.

Kicking off at 5am AEDT, the Arizona Cardinals welcome the New England Patriots.

The Patriots’ up and down campaign continued in Week 11, falling to the Texans. While New England’s playoff chances remain alive mathematically, Arizona look the most likely to make a late charge to the post-season.

Sitting only a couple of games behind the Los Angeles Rams and Seattle Seahawks in the NFC West, the Cardinals cannot afford to let this one slip to New England.

The Game of the Week is at 8.25am AEDT Monday with the Kansas City Chiefs facing off with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

All eyes will fall to the battle between the GOAT, Tom Brady and the future, Patrick Mahomes.

Mahomes won the plaudits in Week 11, following his match winning play that saw off the Raiders 35-31 in a thriller.

Meanwhile, Brady could not do the same, as the Bucs fell just short to Los Angeles Rams 27-24.

The Bucs desperately need to find some consistency, going 3-2 in their last five games. However, a win over Mahomes and the Chiefs is no easy feat.

Then, at 12.15pm AEDT, the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers collide.

Another conference clash as the top two in the NFC North go head to head. It is the Packers who hold the edge at 7-3, while Chicago’s early season promise is wiltering, with the Bears now at 5-5.

Still in the playoff race, a Chicago win may just be the charge needed to reignite their season with just five matches remaining.

Finally, the Week 12 action concludes on Tuesday November 30 AEDT when the Seattle Seahawks travel to take on the Philadelphia Eagles.

Week 12 could prove crucial to both sides in their conference battles.

The Seahawks currently sit second to the Rams in the NFC West, behind only on percentage. The Eagles meanwhile sit atop the NFC East, but have just a single game advantage.

Defeat opens to door for their conference rivals.

Week 12 NFL Action on ESPN

Friday November 27

4.30am AEDT, Houston Texans vs Detroit Lions, ESPN

8.30am AEDT, Washington vs Dallas Cowboys, ESPN

12.15pm AEDT, Baltimore Ravens vs Pittsburgh Steelers, ESPN

Monday November 30

5am AEDT, Arizona Cardinals vs New England Patriots, ESPN

8.25am AEDT, Kansas City Chiefs vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers, ESPN

12.15pm AEDT, Chicago Bears vs Green Bay Packers, ESPN

Tuesday December 1

12.15pm AEDT, Seattle Seahawks vs Philadelphia Eagles, ESPN

*All times listed are AEDT

ESPN and ESPN2 are available on Foxtel, Kayo Sports, Fetch TV and Sky NZ.

- ADVERTISEMENT -

Australian and New Zealand fans will be giving thanks for a huge week of NFL action, as ESPN brings to them a football feast, with seven live matches in Week 12.


Week 12 NFL on ESPN begins on Friday November 27 AEDT with a Thanksgiving Day triple header.

Coverage begins at 4.30am AEDT, as the Houston Texans meet the Detroit Lions.

Detroit were held scoreless in a 20-0 defeat to Carolina in Week 11, and will start outsiders against the Texans. Houston showed composure to hold on to their 27-20 win over New England, and will now look to conjure a winning run.

Then at 8.30am AEDT, Washington meet the Dallas Cowboys, in a huge game in the context of the NFC East.

Both sides currently hold 3-7 losing records, yet could still find their way to the top of the conference, as the Giants (3-7) and the Eagles (3-6) are also leaving the NFC East conference battle up for grabs.

Washington and the Cowboys both registered impressive wins in Week 11, and Friday’s showdown could prove the most important of the season for either side.

Friday’s action concludes at 12.15pm AEDT with the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers clash.

Will Week 12 be the one in which the Steelers incredible run comes to an end? At 10-0, Pittsburgh continue to display their dominance with their 100 per cent record in 2020.

At 6-4, their AFC North rivals Baltimore are next on the slate, and it is unlikely the Ravens can slow down the rampant Steelers on Thanksgiving.  

Monday November 30 then sees another three live games on ESPN.

Kicking off at 5am AEDT, the Arizona Cardinals welcome the New England Patriots.

The Patriots’ up and down campaign continued in Week 11, falling to the Texans. While New England’s playoff chances remain alive mathematically, Arizona look the most likely to make a late charge to the post-season.

Sitting only a couple of games behind the Los Angeles Rams and Seattle Seahawks in the NFC West, the Cardinals cannot afford to let this one slip to New England.

The Game of the Week is at 8.25am AEDT Monday with the Kansas City Chiefs facing off with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

All eyes will fall to the battle between the GOAT, Tom Brady and the future, Patrick Mahomes.

Mahomes won the plaudits in Week 11, following his match winning play that saw off the Raiders 35-31 in a thriller.

Meanwhile, Brady could not do the same, as the Bucs fell just short to Los Angeles Rams 27-24.

The Bucs desperately need to find some consistency, going 3-2 in their last five games. However, a win over Mahomes and the Chiefs is no easy feat.

Then, at 12.15pm AEDT, the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers collide.

Another conference clash as the top two in the NFC North go head to head. It is the Packers who hold the edge at 7-3, while Chicago’s early season promise is wiltering, with the Bears now at 5-5.

Still in the playoff race, a Chicago win may just be the charge needed to reignite their season with just five matches remaining.

Finally, the Week 12 action concludes on Tuesday November 30 AEDT when the Seattle Seahawks travel to take on the Philadelphia Eagles.

Week 12 could prove crucial to both sides in their conference battles.

The Seahawks currently sit second to the Rams in the NFC West, behind only on percentage. The Eagles meanwhile sit atop the NFC East, but have just a single game advantage.

Defeat opens to door for their conference rivals.

Week 12 NFL Action on ESPN

Friday November 27

4.30am AEDT, Houston Texans vs Detroit Lions, ESPN

8.30am AEDT, Washington vs Dallas Cowboys, ESPN

12.15pm AEDT, Baltimore Ravens vs Pittsburgh Steelers, ESPN

Monday November 30

5am AEDT, Arizona Cardinals vs New England Patriots, ESPN

8.25am AEDT, Kansas City Chiefs vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers, ESPN

12.15pm AEDT, Chicago Bears vs Green Bay Packers, ESPN

Tuesday December 1

12.15pm AEDT, Seattle Seahawks vs Philadelphia Eagles, ESPN

*All times listed are AEDT

ESPN and ESPN2 are available on Foxtel, Kayo Sports, Fetch TV and Sky NZ.

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