Return to football: Cowboys and cardinals running the Hall of Fame play the NFL discipline
NBC Sports NFL’s 2017 preseason schedule is offset with the Hall of Fame this Thursday, August 3 (8 PM), NBCA, Dallas Cowboys as Arizona Cardinal. NBCSports.com and NBC Sports Applications will stream all NBC NFL games from desktop, tablet and connected TVs for this season.
Cardins-Cowboys are called at the Tom Henson Hall of Fame Stadium in Oman, the primary primetime package of NFL’s voice by Al Michaels (play-by-play) in the 32nd season of his record; 16-time abi award-winning Chris Collinsworth; And Twice Abby Award-Winning Sideline Reporter Mikhail Toufah
On Thursday night, there will be live interviews with all members of the 2017 Pro Football Hall of Fame class, including Cowboy Malik, President and General Manager Jerry Jones, and Cardinal Quartercut Kurt Warner. Kikker Martin Anderson, Terrell Davis, Kenny Ilini, Jason Tailor and Ledian Tallinninson in the Hall of Fame class run in 2017.
NBC’s second preseason game will air on Sunday (8 p.m.), and the Super Bowl Eli Site at NNB Ub in Minneapolis Features of Minnesota Vikings vs. San Francisco 49ers from the Bank Stadium
Highlights of NBC’s 2017 “Sunday Night Football” and “Thursday Night Football” schedule:
• 24 Primetime Regulation-Season Games, 17 “SNF” games, CFS’s launch of the NFL, “NFL QQP 2017”; NBC’s annual Thanksgiving night game; And five Thursday night games; Plus a Christmas afternoon 25th national game
• Every 2016 playoff team creates a look at “Sunday Night Football”; NBC’s 24 scheduled regular games (Week 17 games TBD) included at least one playoff team last season; “SNF” features eight playoffs for eight eight games;
• Five NBC games for stainless, four for cows and three for Patriots, Falcons, Packers, Giants, Redskins, Siachen and riders. “SNF” returns to Miami for the first time since 2010;
• High profile NFC Eastern matchups continue in NCC: The eighth time in seven seasons on “SNF”: Giant-Cowboy (September 10); “SNF” for the ninth annual season – Egless-Cowboy (November 19) – The longest line in NFL’s broadcast broadcasting primetime package (ABC 1970-2005; NBC 2006-present) Giants-Redskins (Thursday, November 23th) Washington’s first NFL Thanksgiving game was held; And Redskins-Cowboy “Thursday Night Football” (November 30);
Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays two games each – Thanks to Physical-Redskins at dinner, follow the Packers-Stealers at 26th November “SNF”; And Saturday at Primetime, Vikings-Packers, December 23, followed by 4:30 pm by Starlays-Tawens. Christmas.
Listed on the basis of NFL’s consideration – Sixth NBC / NFL Network Games – A part of NBC’s two-year “TNF” contract. Last year, this game was exclusively television on the NFL network.