‘America’s Game of the Week’ opens FOX NFL season with Brady vs. Brees
FOX Sports will present its extensive coverage of the 2020 NFL season, including “Thursday Night Football” presented by Bud Light, marquee matchups on Sunday afternoons and games in Spanish on FOX Deportes. “America’s Game of the Week,” television’s No. 1 show for 11 straight years, kicks off FOX Sports’ slate with a week 1 showdown between two future Hall of Fame quarterbacks, as Tom Brady leads the Tampa Bay Buccaneers into New Orleans to face Drew Brees and the Saints Sunday, Sept. 13 (4:25 p.m. ET).
FOX Sports’ 2020 NFL Sunday schedule includes at least 98 regular-season games, highlighted by nine editions of “America’s Game of the Week.” Overall, FOX televises more NFL football than any other network with a minimum of 109 regular-season matchups, including 10 appearances each by the Dallas Cowboys, Green Bay Packers and defending NFC Champion San Francisco 49ers, as well as 11 from the New Orleans Saints and nine from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
FOX Sports’ 2020 NFL schedule is peppered with appearances by the league’s top quarterbacks all season long, highlighted by Brady, Brees, Aaron Rodgers, Russell Wilson and Jimmy Garoppolo, as well as Super Bowl LIV MVP Patrick Mahomes and reigning league MVP Lamar Jackson.
“America’s Game of the Week” features several Hall of Fame matchups throughout the season, including a week 6 contest between Brady’s Buccaneers and Rodgers’ Packers in Tampa Bay on Sunday, Oct. 18.
Additional top matchups featured during “America’s Game of the Week” include:
“Thursday Night Football” on FOX begins week 5 as Brady’s Buccaneers head north to Chicago to take on the Bears on Thursday, Oct. 8 (8:20 p.m.), on FOX, FOX Deportes, NFL Network and Amazon Prime Video. The season begins week 2 with exclusive NFL Network games.
Top “Thursday Night Football” on FOX games also include:
The “NFL on FOX” continues its Thanksgiving Day tradition with a classic NFC East showdown between the Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 26.
FOX Sports’ postseason coverage features one NFC Wild Card Game on Saturday or Sunday, Jan. 9 or 10; two NFC Divisional Playoffs games on Saturday or Sunday, Jan. 16 or 17; and the NFC Championship Game on Sunday, Jan. 24
“FOX NFL Kickoff” opens the network’s NFL coverage every Sunday at 11 a.m., followed by “FOX NFL Sunday” (noon), America’s most-watched pregame show for 27 straight years, and the only NFL pregame show comprised entirely of Pro Football Hall of Fame analysts.
Games are simulcast on the FOX Sports app, which provides live streaming video of FOX Sports content through iOS and Android devices.
The full FOX NFL schedule can be found here.