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Australian and New Zealand NFL fans have a lot to be thankful for in Week 12, with a jam packed schedule that includes a massive eight live games on ESPN.

The Week 12 live NFL action begins on Friday November 26, with three Thanksgiving Day showdowns back to back on ESPN.
 
It gets underway at 4.30am AEDT as the Chicago Bears tackle the Detroit Lions in an all NFC North clash.
 
Chicago will be hoping to bounce back on Thanksgiving, having gone down narrowly to the Ravens last round.
 
The Lions also fell to a late field goal against the Browns, falling 13-10.
 
Detroit are still chasing the first win of 2021, and should it come against the Bears, there is no doubt fans will be thankful.
 
At 8.30am AEDT, the Las Vegas Raiders collide with the Dallas Cowboys, in a blockbuster affair with major playoff implications.
 
Las Vegas’ playoffs hopes hang by a thread after successive losses, the latest being a 32-12 defeat to the Bengals.
 
Defeat also came to the Cowboys last round, ironically at the hands of the Raiders conference rivals, and current AFC West leader, Kansas City.
 
At 5-5, the Raiders season is quickly slipping away, and they must arrest the slide on the road in Arlington.
 
Friday’s coverage concludes at 12pm AEDT when the Buffalo Bills meet the New Orleans Saints.
 
Buffalo are locked in a battle in the AFC East with the New England Patriots and can afford no slipups.
 
The Bills run into a desperate New Orleans side who are on a three game losing run, and see their playoff hopes drifting by the round.
 
Both the Bills and Saints are currently in the #7 spot in their respective divisions, meaning defeat could see them drop out of the playoff picture.
 
Monday is another day of back-to-back NFL action, with a further four games live across ESPN, ESPN2 and the ESPN App.
 
At 5am AEDT on ESPN, the Tennessee Titans face off with the New England Patriots, to kick-start Monday’s schedule with a bang.
 
The Patriots are catching fire at the right time of the season, riding off the back of five straight wins.
 
Currently #3 in the AFC, New England will want to send a message to the #1 ranked Titans, who were shocked in Week 11 by the 2-8 Houston Texans.
 
This is the first of three straight games on ESPN, which will shape the playoff race in 2021.
 
Also at 5am AEDT, on ESPN2 and the ESPN App*, two conference rivals collide when the Philadelphia Eagles meet the New York Giants.
 
A meeting of two sides who do not like each other and NFL East combatants who are both having mixed seasons.
 
It is Philadelphia who are in the better form however, winning their last two games. Whilst the Giants have shown increased competitiveness, they will be hard pressed slowing down the resurgent Eagles.
 
The blockbusters continue at 8.30am AEDT with Los Angeles Rams and the Green Bay Packers facing off, in the match of the round.
 
Green Bay retain the number two spot in the NFC, despite losing to the Vikings in Week 11, and they will be met with another stern test against the Rams on Monday AEDT.
 
Two straight losses has seen the Rams’ stock take a dip, but they will be fresh having come off the bye last round.
 
Another test of post-season credentials for both the Rams and Packers at Lambeau Field.
 
Monday’s NFL marathon finishes at 12.15pm AEDT when Cleveland Browns take on the Baltimore Ravens, live on ESPN.
 
Another clash between conference neighbours, but two that sit at opposite ends of the AFC North.
 
Baltimore at the top, and moving towards the post-season whilst the Browns anchor the conference.
 
At 6-5, you cannot draw a line through Cleveland just yet. A slender victory over winless Detroit has kept them alive for now.
 
Finally, the Week 12 action concludes on Tuesday 12.15pm AEDT when Seattle Seahawks battle Washington.
 
The optimism that came with the return of Russell Wilson was quickly snuffed out, thanks to two straight losses by the Seahawks.
 
Sitting 3-7 and at the bottom of the conference, Seattle now run into a Washington side rising in confidence, courtesy of a two-match winning run, not to mention the impressive scalps of Carolina and Tampa Bay in the last fortnight. 

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Week 12 NFL on ESPN

 
Friday November 26
 
4.30am AEDT, Chicago Bears vs Detroit Lions, ESPN
 
8.30am AEDT, Las Vegas Raiders vs Dallas Cowboys, ESPN 
 
12pm AEDT, Buffalo Bills vs New Orleans Saints, ESPN
 
Monday November 29
 
5am AEDT, Tenessee Titans vs New England Patriots, ESPN
 
5am AEDT, Philadelphia Eagles vs New York Giants, ESPN2/ ESPN App*
 
8.30am AEDT, Los Angeles Rams vs Green Bay Packers, ESPN
 
12.15pm AEDT, Cleveland Browns vs Baltimore Ravens, ESPN
 
Tuesday November 30
 
12.15pm AEDT, Seattle Seahawks vs Washington Football Team, ESPN


 
*Streaming functionality on the ESPN App and ESPN.com.au is available to ESPN channel subscribers via Foxtel, Fetch TV and SKY NZ who enter their platform credentials. (Note: Kayo subscribers cannot stream via the ESPN App or ESPN.com.au).  Download the ESPN App from the Apple and Android app stores.
 
ESPN and ESPN2 linear channels are available via Foxtel, Kayo Sports, Fetch TV and SKY NZ.

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Australian and New Zealand NFL fans have a lot to be thankful for in Week 12, with a jam packed schedule that includes a massive eight live games on ESPN.

The Week 12 live NFL action begins on Friday November 26, with three Thanksgiving Day showdowns back to back on ESPN.
 
It gets underway at 4.30am AEDT as the Chicago Bears tackle the Detroit Lions in an all NFC North clash.
 
Chicago will be hoping to bounce back on Thanksgiving, having gone down narrowly to the Ravens last round.
 
The Lions also fell to a late field goal against the Browns, falling 13-10.
 
Detroit are still chasing the first win of 2021, and should it come against the Bears, there is no doubt fans will be thankful.
 
At 8.30am AEDT, the Las Vegas Raiders collide with the Dallas Cowboys, in a blockbuster affair with major playoff implications.
 
Las Vegas’ playoffs hopes hang by a thread after successive losses, the latest being a 32-12 defeat to the Bengals.
 
Defeat also came to the Cowboys last round, ironically at the hands of the Raiders conference rivals, and current AFC West leader, Kansas City.
 
At 5-5, the Raiders season is quickly slipping away, and they must arrest the slide on the road in Arlington.
 
Friday’s coverage concludes at 12pm AEDT when the Buffalo Bills meet the New Orleans Saints.
 
Buffalo are locked in a battle in the AFC East with the New England Patriots and can afford no slipups.
 
The Bills run into a desperate New Orleans side who are on a three game losing run, and see their playoff hopes drifting by the round.
 
Both the Bills and Saints are currently in the #7 spot in their respective divisions, meaning defeat could see them drop out of the playoff picture.
 
Monday is another day of back-to-back NFL action, with a further four games live across ESPN, ESPN2 and the ESPN App.
 
At 5am AEDT on ESPN, the Tennessee Titans face off with the New England Patriots, to kick-start Monday’s schedule with a bang.
 
The Patriots are catching fire at the right time of the season, riding off the back of five straight wins.
 
Currently #3 in the AFC, New England will want to send a message to the #1 ranked Titans, who were shocked in Week 11 by the 2-8 Houston Texans.
 
This is the first of three straight games on ESPN, which will shape the playoff race in 2021.
 
Also at 5am AEDT, on ESPN2 and the ESPN App*, two conference rivals collide when the Philadelphia Eagles meet the New York Giants.
 
A meeting of two sides who do not like each other and NFL East combatants who are both having mixed seasons.
 
It is Philadelphia who are in the better form however, winning their last two games. Whilst the Giants have shown increased competitiveness, they will be hard pressed slowing down the resurgent Eagles.
 
The blockbusters continue at 8.30am AEDT with Los Angeles Rams and the Green Bay Packers facing off, in the match of the round.
 
Green Bay retain the number two spot in the NFC, despite losing to the Vikings in Week 11, and they will be met with another stern test against the Rams on Monday AEDT.
 
Two straight losses has seen the Rams’ stock take a dip, but they will be fresh having come off the bye last round.
 
Another test of post-season credentials for both the Rams and Packers at Lambeau Field.
 
Monday’s NFL marathon finishes at 12.15pm AEDT when Cleveland Browns take on the Baltimore Ravens, live on ESPN.
 
Another clash between conference neighbours, but two that sit at opposite ends of the AFC North.
 
Baltimore at the top, and moving towards the post-season whilst the Browns anchor the conference.
 
At 6-5, you cannot draw a line through Cleveland just yet. A slender victory over winless Detroit has kept them alive for now.
 
Finally, the Week 12 action concludes on Tuesday 12.15pm AEDT when Seattle Seahawks battle Washington.
 
The optimism that came with the return of Russell Wilson was quickly snuffed out, thanks to two straight losses by the Seahawks.
 
Sitting 3-7 and at the bottom of the conference, Seattle now run into a Washington side rising in confidence, courtesy of a two-match winning run, not to mention the impressive scalps of Carolina and Tampa Bay in the last fortnight. 

Subscribe to KAYO now and enjoy all this sport action and more on a 14-Day Free Trial.

Kayo Sports

 
Week 12 NFL on ESPN

 
Friday November 26
 
4.30am AEDT, Chicago Bears vs Detroit Lions, ESPN
 
8.30am AEDT, Las Vegas Raiders vs Dallas Cowboys, ESPN 
 
12pm AEDT, Buffalo Bills vs New Orleans Saints, ESPN
 
Monday November 29
 
5am AEDT, Tenessee Titans vs New England Patriots, ESPN
 
5am AEDT, Philadelphia Eagles vs New York Giants, ESPN2/ ESPN App*
 
8.30am AEDT, Los Angeles Rams vs Green Bay Packers, ESPN
 
12.15pm AEDT, Cleveland Browns vs Baltimore Ravens, ESPN
 
Tuesday November 30
 
12.15pm AEDT, Seattle Seahawks vs Washington Football Team, ESPN


 
*Streaming functionality on the ESPN App and ESPN.com.au is available to ESPN channel subscribers via Foxtel, Fetch TV and SKY NZ who enter their platform credentials. (Note: Kayo subscribers cannot stream via the ESPN App or ESPN.com.au).  Download the ESPN App from the Apple and Android app stores.
 
ESPN and ESPN2 linear channels are available via Foxtel, Kayo Sports, Fetch TV and SKY NZ.

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