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It’s the penultimate week of the NFL regular season, and several matchups have serious playoff implications.

The early-afternoon window features a pivotal NFC South game between the Panthers and Buccaneers. Carolina would win the NFC South with a win against the Buccaneers and both a Saints loss to the Eagles in Week 17 and a Buccaneers loss to the Falcons in Week 18, or by winning out. Tampa Bay would clinch the division with a win over Carolina.

The Dolphins and Patriots, who are both seeing their wild-card spots start to slip away, will face off in Foxborough. The Patriots need a win to stay alive in the playoff race.

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The stakes are even higher In the late-afternoon window. The Jets and Seahawks will play in Seattle. Both teams would be all but eliminated from playoff contention with a loss. The Vikings have already sealed the NFC North title, but the Packers can continue their late playoff push by beating their division rival at Lambeau Field.

Sunday ends with another longtime playoff staple, the Steelers, needing a win to avoid both elimination and the first losing season under Mike Tomlin. Winning will be easier said than done, however; the Steelers will face the Ravens, who are hoping to ensure their Week 18 game against Cincinnati is for the AFC North.

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Both the Bills and Bengals have their eyes on the AFC’s No. 1 seed, and they’re meeting on “Monday Night Football.” A Bills win would keep them ahead of the Chiefs in the race for the No. 1 seed and a first-round bye. A Cincinnati win would all but knock Buffalo out of the top-seed picture and also put the Bengals one win and a Chiefs loss away from home-field advantage. The Bengals could clinch the AFC North in Week 17 with a win and Ravens loss. Otherwise, their Week 18 game will be for the division.

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NFL schedule this week: Week 17 TV coverage

Here is the full schedule for Week 17 of the 2022 NFL season, plus final scores and how to watch every game live. (National broadcasts are listed in bold.)

Thursday, Dec. 29

Game
Time (ET)
TV channel
Cowboys at Titans
8:15 p.m.
Prime Video

Sunday, Jan. 1

Game
Time (ET)
TV channel
Cardinals at Falcons
1 p.m.
Fox, fuboTV
Bears at Lions
1 p.m.
Fox, fuboTV
Broncos at Chiefs
1 p.m.
CBS, fuboTV
Dolphins at Patriots
1 p.m.
CBS, fuboTV
Colts at Giants
1 p.m.
CBS, fuboTV
Saints at Eagles
1 p.m.
Fox, fuboTV
Panthers at Buccaneers
1 p.m.
Fox, fuboTV
Browns at Commanders
1 p.m.
Fox, fuboTV
Jaguars at Texans
1 p.m.
CBS, fuboTV
49ers at Raiders
4:05 p.m.
Fox, fuboTV
Jets at Seahawks
4:05 p.m.
Fox, fuboTV
Vikings at Packers
4:25 p.m.
CBS, fuboTV
Rams at Chargers
4:25 p.m.
CBS, fuboTV
Steelers at Ravens
8:20 p.m.
NBC, fuboTV

Monday, Jan. 2

Game
Time (ET)
TV channel
Bills at Bengals
8:30 p.m.
ESPN/ABC, fuboTV

How to watch NFL games in Week 17

“Thursday Night Football” is already in the books, meaning the remaining prime-time games this week are on Sunday and Monday. The Ravens and Steelers will play Sunday night on NBC, while the Bills and Bengals will face off on ESPN and ABC. All other games will be on CBS or Fox on Sunday.

NFL viewers can find all the games on fuboTV, which offers a free trial.

Viewers in Canada can watch every NFL game on DAZN.

NFL scores Week 17

Thursday, Dec. 29

Game
Cowboys 27, Titans 13

Sunday, Jan. 1

Game
Time (ET)
Cardinals at Falcons
1 p.m.
Bears at Lions
1 p.m.
Broncos at Chiefs
1 p.m.
Dolphins at Patriots
1 p.m.
Colts at Giants
1 p.m.
Saints at Eagles
1 p.m.
Panthers at Buccaneers
1 p.m.
Browns at Commanders
1 p.m.
Jaguars at Texans
1 p.m.
49ers at Raiders
4:05 p.m.
Jets at Seahawks
4:05 p.m.
Vikings at Packers
4:25 p.m.
Rams at Chargers
4:25 p.m.
Steelers at Ravens
8:20 p.m.

Monday, Jan. 2

Game
Time (ET)
Bills at Bengals
8:30 p.m.

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