NFL SUNDAY TICKET Week 17 Schedule
December 28, 2012
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The NFL season is winding down, and the only way to get every game, every Sunday is with NFL SUNDAY TICKET, exclusively available from DIRECTV. Watch up to eight games at once with the NFL MIX channel on 702, or upgrade to SUNDAY TICKET MAX to be able to watch the RED ZONE CHANNEL, which shows every scoring drive of every game on 703.
It’s the final week of the regular season, which means the last time to take advantage of NFL SUNDAY TICKET this year. Be sure to surf through all the games with playoff implications and check in on Adrian Peterson as he attempts to break the single-season rushing record.
Here is the channel lineup for Week 17:
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons – 1pm – Channel 704
- Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions – 1pm – Channel 705
- Carolina Panthers at New Orleans Saints – 1pm – Channel 706
- Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants – 1pm – Channel 707
- New York Jets at Buffalo Bills – 1pm – Channel 708
- Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers – 1pm – Channel 709
- Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans – 1pm – Channel 710
- Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals – 1pm – Channel 711
- Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts – 1pm – Channel 712
- Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots – 4:25pm – Channel 713
- Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos – 4:25pm – Channel 714
- Oakland Raiders at San Diego Chargers – 4:25pm – Channel 715
- Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings – 4:25pm – Channel 716
- St. Louis Rams at Seattle Seahawks – 4:25pm – Channel 717
- Arizona Cardinals at San Francisco 49ers – 4:25pm – Channel 718
- All times Eastern time
Our Game to Watch: Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings, 4:25pm, Channel 716. If the Vikings win this game, their playoff hopes are greatly increased, but even more than that, Adrian Peterson needs just over 200 yards to break the single-season rushing record set by Eric Dickerson two decades ago, and while Green Bay has been a good team this year, it’s because of the offense, not the defense. Will Peterson break the record while carrying the team on his back to the playoffs? Tune in to see.