This week, NFL fans are in for a loaded slate. The Week 11 schedule features two top-tier teams vying for NFC North supremacy. The Packers and Vikings are scheduled to meet on the road. Meanwhile, Cam Newton and Ron Rivera return to their respective teams. Check out the full-Week 11 schedule below.
The Green Bay Packers play the Minnesota Vikings, the Chicago Bears faces the New England Patriots, and the New York Giants take on the Washington Football Team. This week’s NFL schedule is loaded with a number of games that can go either way depending on the teams’ records. This week is a great time to pick teams to watch as the playoff picture starts to take shape.
NFL schedule Week 11 also features a number of games that are likely to be televised across multiple networks. Some games are broadcast on Fox, while others are aired on CBS and FOX. Whether you want to watch a game in person or watch it on TV, a full list of Week 11 games is available at Athlon Sports.
The Ravens and Tennessee Titans are two other teams that need a win. Both teams have been struggling this year, losing three of their last four games. While Tennessee was a great team early on, they have since fallen off. Likewise, Baltimore has lost two of its last three games, most recently to the Indianapolis Colts.
In the AFC South, the Houston Texans is a team to watch. The Texans are 6-3 and have a three-game lead in the AFC South. Meanwhile, the Tennessee Titans is a team to watch as they are finding their offensive stride under Marcus Mariota. If they can win on Sunday, it would cut the Texans’ lead to half a game.
The NFL will also play five international games in 2022. Initially, four teams from each conference will play a neutral-site game in London. The first two games of the NFL International Series will begin in London on October 2. The New Orleans Saints and Minnesota Vikings will be playing for the third time in London, while the Minnesota Vikings will make their first London appearances.
Another game in London will feature the Jacksonville Jaguars in the third game of the season. The Jaguars have been the unofficial NFL team of London. Since 2013, the Jaguars have played regular-season games in London. However, they will not be playing in London in 2020 or 2021. The Broncos and Vikings will also play in the London city, making the NFL London games 2022 schedule a familiar one.