Christmas season is approaching, and fans will celebrate with a month of NFL matches. Even better, a triple-header will be the ultimate Christmas present – and on the eve of Christmas, no less.
Moreover, you’ll find a match with the reigning champions, Kansas City Chiefs, a divisional match, and a rematch game to end your year with a bang. So, to keep you updated on these festive fixtures, here is a complete guide:
You’ll start your Christmas with a match between the Cincinnati Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers on December 23. Both teams hold high team stats, so it will be a game. For total yards, the Bengals hold a record of 2,468 yards, and the Steelers aren’t too far behind, as they have a record of 2,370 yards.
Not only this, but the Bengals and Steelers are also at 5 wins and 3 losses each. With such, you’ll see an intense Saturday match as both teams try to outrank each other and change their streak.
For a better football fan experience, you can watch their most recent games against other teams. Even better, you can occasionally check out their team standings or FanDuel NFL odds. Doing so will help you fully grasp each team’s potential before their Christmas fixture.
You’d better reserve the date, as the game will be available on NBC at 4:30 PM EST. However, you could always maximize your vacation and buy tickets online to watch the live match at the Acrisure Stadium. At the official NFL site, you’ll find ticket prices that range from 110 to 430 dollars, so book your tickets beforehand.
The Buffalo Bills and Los Angeles Chargers come next with a game on December 23. Moreover, it’s been long since these two teams last met – it was way back on November 29, 2020. During this game, the Bills conquered the match with a 27-17 win with a defense that perfectly paired their offense.
On the other hand, the Chargers lacked a finishing touch in the game. In the final minute, the team made multiple errors in mismanaging the clock – especially on their offense. Nonetheless, you’re in for a ride in their December rematch game.
The TV broadcast will start hours after the Bengals vs. Steelers match – at exactly 8:00 PM EST on Peacock Exclusive. However, it’s best to note that the official match will start at 5:00 PM at the SoFi Stadium, California.
The next match will feature a game between two teams in the AFC West: Kansas City Chiefs, the reigning champions, against the Las Vegas Riders, the third top team in the standings. With this, you’ll get the best present a football fan could ever want on December 25.
These two teams boast star players and team stats that speak for themselves. For pass yards, the Raiders hold an average of 199.4 yards, whereas the Chiefs have 264.9 yards on their record. During the current season, the Raiders and Chiefs hold a 4-5 and 7-2 record, respectively. Nonetheless, both teams will show their different edge as part of the AFC West.
Chiefs player Patrick Mahomes and company will welcome the Raiders to their home at Arrowhead Stadium. If you want to watch the face-off live, it’s best to buy tickets now for the 12:00 p.m. game. However, you could also watch the live broadcast at 1:00 PM EST on CBS.
Another divisional game is next on December 25 – and it will be the Philadelphia Eagles welcoming the New York Giants. Moreover, this game will continue your festivities as the Eagles haven’t lost to the Eagles at any home games since 2013. Also, the Eagles beat them twice last season, including a 38-7 victory during the playoffs.
You can tune into FOX at 4:30 PM EST for the game’s live broadcast. Likewise, the match will happen simultaneously at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. Here, tickets will range from standing rooms of 184 dollars to best seats that range from 200 to 800 dollars.
You can finish your festivities with a rematch game of the Super Bowl XLVII on December 25. Here, you’ll find a Christmas match between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens. Moreover, these two teams hold first-place spots in the current standings: the 49ers in the NFC West and the Ravens in the AFC North.
The Super Bowl rematch will be broadcast at 8:15 PM EST on ABC. For an unforgettable football experience, you could always book a ticket for the 5:15 PM match at the Levi’s Stadium.
Christmas is a time to relax, but it will be quite the opposite for the wicked action in the NFL. Nonetheless, it will be a Christmas unlike any other – especially with showdowns for top teams among different divisions, rivals, and even for the reigning champions. So be sure to mark your calendar and check the live broadcast channels!