Week 6 of how to watch the NFL on Fox

Week 6 of how to watch the NFL on Fox

The Fall Sundays are a popular season for football, and the NFL on Fox is a venue for catching much of the action every week.

The NFL on Fox covers half of the weekly slate of games that play on Sunday afternoon and early evening (primarily NFC matchups), while the NFL on CBS covers the rest of the slate (mostly AFC games).

Here''s what you need to know about watching the NFL on Fox every and every Sunday. Plus, we have information on how to watch the weekly primetime games:

How to watch the NFL on Fox

Fox, one of the nation''s major US television networks, is supported by all pay-TV cable providers, so if you have a cable subscription then you have access to your local Fox station and the NFL on Fox. Another option is a TV antenna, which can receive all local station signals, including Fox.

Many of these services, including FuboTV, Hulu, with Live TV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV, have become a popular alternative to traditional cable.

Fox does not have a private streaming service, but if you subscribe to a traditional or live TV streaming service that operates the network, you may use the login to play the game on the Fox Sports app.

You may stream your local Fox NFL game on NFL Plus, but only via a mobile phone or tablet.

Fans of UK NFL shows who are interested in watching weekly NFL games on Fox should know that ITV, a free-to-air broadcaster, is taking over NFL broadcasts in the United Kingdom (from the BBC). There are also other paid-for options to watch NFL games in the United Kingdom, including Sky TV and the NFL Game Pass subscription service.

NFL on Fox schedule: week 6

The football week 6 of the 2022 NFL season is here, and there are plenty of NFL matchups to delight football fans this weekend. Here''s the entire schedule of week 6 games, depending on where you live. Take a look at the NFL regional broadcast map (opens in a new tab) to see what games you''re getting.

NFL Week 6 on Fox schedule for 2022

  • San Francisco 49ers vs Atlanta Falcons, 1 pm ET/10 am PT
  • New York Jets vs Green Bay Packers, 1 pm ET/10 am PT
  • Minnesota Vikings vs Miami Dolphins, 1 pm ET/10 am PT
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Pittsburgh Steelers, 1 pm ET/10 am PT
  • Carolina Panthers vs Los Angeles Rams, 4:05 pm ET/1:05 pm PT
  • Arizona Cardinals vs Seattle Seahawks, 4:05 pm ET/1:05 pm PT

America''''s Game of the Week

While the NFL on Fox has two late afternoon games in what would normally be a slot for its "America''s Game of the Week," neither the Panthers nor the Cardinals are getting a national audience. Instead, the game the whole country is getting on Sunday afternoon/evening, reminiscent of last season''s playoff classic, the Buffalo Bills vs. Kansas City Chiefs.

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