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NFL releases schedule changes for Week 10 and 11

​​WEEK 10 (NOVEMBER 10) SCHEDULE CHANGE:

PANTHERS-PACKERS SHIFTS TO 4:25 PM;

WEEK 11 (NOVEMBER 17) JETS-REDSKINS GAME MOVES TO FOX​

The NFL announced today scheduling changes for Week 10 on Sunday, November 10, and a broadcast network change for Week 11 on Sunday, November 17.

The Week 10 Carolina Panthers at Green Bay Packers game on November 10 will move from 1:00 PM ET to 4:25 PM ET on FOX.

In Week 11, the New York Jets at Washington Redskins game on November 17 will shift from CBS to FOX. It remains a 1:00 PM ET kickoff.

The following is the final Week 10 schedule (all times ET):

Thursday, November 7
Los Angeles Chargers at Oakland Raiders 8:20 PM ET FOX/NFLN/Amazon
Sunday, November 10
Detroit Lions at Chicago Bears 1:00 PM ET CBS
Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM ET CBS
Buffalo Bills at Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM ET CBS
Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints 1:00 PM ET FOX
New York Giants at New York Jets 1:00 PM ET FOX
Arizona Cardinals at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 PM ET FOX
Kansas City Chiefs at Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM ET CBS
Miami Dolphins at Indianapolis Colts 4:05 PM ET CBS
Carolina Panthers at Green Bay Packers 4:25 PM ET FOX
Los Angeles Rams at Pittsburgh Steelers 4:25 PM ET FOX
Minnesota Vikings at Dallas Cowboys 8:20 PM ET NBC
Monday, November 11
Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers 8:15 PM ET ESPN
PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

NFL announces they are joining Music Stream Platforms to Showcase past and present Sights and Sounds of League

 

​Official hub for NFL curated content featuring legendary matchups, career highlights of the greatest to play the game, video podcasts, audio/visual albums and more now available on music streaming platforms

NEW YORK (October 28, 2019) –The NFL has launched a unique content experience available on a variety of music streaming platforms. Through the NFL’s page or channel on these platforms, sports fans will have access to some of the greatest moments from the history of the game, as well as highlights from this season, podcasts, curated playlists and much more.

The Around the NFL crew will help fans prep for each new week with their preview show, and then break down what happened after each Sunday with their recap show. Celebrate the 100th season with features showcasing some of the greatest moments, players, plays that make up the best of the NFL. Through this experience, the league will highlight the richness and culture of football.

For some platforms, certain NFL content will be the first non-music video visual assets. Examples of content fans can expect to find includes:

•       Footage of legends like Peyton Manning making their NFL debuts
•       NFL 100 Rewind content, spotlighting superstars such Michael Strahan and Terrell Davis
•       Highlight reels from NFL legendary teams such as “The Greatest Show on Turf”
•       Roundtable discussions featuring Joe Namath, John Elway and other football greats
•       Podcasts such as “Around the NFL,” ”Move The Sticks,” “Fantasy Podcast” and “The Dave Dameshek Football Program”
•       Curated NFL playlists, exclusive interviews and much more

NFL content can now be found on digital steaming platforms including Pandora, TuneIn, TIDAL, Spotify and SoundCloud. There is no additional charge to access the catalog of content for existing subscribers.

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Traci Otey Blunt, NFL.com; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

Top 7 Statistical Highlights from Week 8 Sunday in the NFL

SEVEN FROM SUNDAYWEEK 8

​A look at seven statistical highlights from games played at 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, October 27, the eighth week of the 2019 season.

  • The NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS defeated the Cleveland Browns 27-13 in Week 8. New England advances to 8-0 for the third time in franchise history (2007 and 2015).

    New England’s BILL BELICHICK became the third coach in NFL history to register 300 career wins, including the postseason, joining Pro Football Hall of Famers DON SHULA (347 wins) and GEORGE HALAS (324).

    Through their first eight games, the Patriots have a +189 point differential, tied with the 1942 CHICAGO BEARS (+189) for the third-highest point different through a team’s first eight games in NFL history.

    New England also has a turnover differential of +17, tied with the 1983 MINNESOTA VIKINGS (+17) for the fifth-highest turnover margin by a team through its first eight games since 1970.

  • San Francisco rookie defensive lineman NICK BOSA had three sacks and an interception in the 49ers’ 51-13 win over Carolina. The 49ers advanced to 7-0 for the first time since 1990, when they began the season 10-0.

    Bosa is the third rookie since 1982, when the individual sack became an official statistic, to record at least three sacks and an interception in a single game, joining JULIUS PEPPERS (October 13, 2002) and KEVIN WILLIAMS (December 28, 2003).

    At 22 years and four days old, Bosa is the second-youngest player to record at least three sacks in a single game since 1982, trailing only VERNON MAXWELL (21 years, 321 days old).

    Bosa has seven sacks in his first seven games, tied for the second most by a player in his first seven games since 1982. Only MARK ANDERSON (7.5 sacks in 2006) had more.

    Along with his brother, Los Angeles Chargers defensive end JOEY BOSA (two sacks), Week 8 marks the second time since 1982 that a pair of brothers each recorded at least two sacks in the same week, joining JIMMY WILLIAMS (two) and TOBY WILLIAMS (two) in Week 2 of the 1985 season.

  • Jacksonville rookie quarterback GARDNER MINSHEW passed for 279 yards with three touchdowns and zero interceptions for a 119.6 rating in the Jaguars’ 29-15 win over the New York Jets. New York Giants rookie quarterback DANIEL JONES passed for 322 yards with four touchdowns and zero interceptions for a 124.2 rating in the Giants’ Week 8 loss at Detroit.

    With Minshew and Jones, Week 8 is the second week in NFL history in which two rookie quarterbacks each passed for at least three touchdowns and zero interceptions in the same week, joining Week 16 of the 2018 season (Jets quarterback SAM DARNOLD and Browns quarterback BAKER MAYFIELD).

    Jones, who passed for 336 yards with two touchdowns and zero interceptions in Week 3, joined DAK PRESCOTT (two games in 2016) as the only rookie quarterbacks to have two games of at least 300 passing yards, two touchdown passes and zero interceptions in NFL history.

  • New Orleans quarterback DREW BREES passed for 373 yards with three touchdowns and one interception for a 116.4 rating in the Saints’ 31-9 victory against Arizona.

    Brees has 159 career games with at least two touchdown passes, tied with Pro Football Hall of Famer BRETT FAVRE (159) for the third-most such games in NFL history. Only TOM BRADY (170) and PEYTON MANNING (165) have more.

  • Los Angeles Rams wide receiver COOPER KUPP had seven receptions for a career-high 220 yards and one touchdown in the Rams’ 24-10 victory over Cincinnati at Wembley Stadium in London. His 220 receiving yards are the most receiving yards in a single international game in league annals, surpassing BRANDON LLOYD, who had 169 receiving yards with Denver on October 31, 2010 at Wembley Stadium.

    Los Angeles running back TODD GURLEY had a rushing touchdown in the victory. Gurley has 63 total touchdowns in 65 career games, tied with Pro Football Hall of Famers MARCUS ALLEN (63), TERRELL DAVIS (63) and LADAINIAN TOMLINSON (63) for the second-most total touchdowns by a player in his first 65 games since 1970. Only CHUCK FOREMAN (64 touchdowns) had more in his first 65 career games.

  • Seattle quarterback RUSSELL WILSON passed for 182 yards with two touchdowns and zero interceptions for a 131.7 passer rating in the Seahawks’ 27-20 win at Atlanta. Wilson is the first player in NFL history to record at least one touchdown pass and zero interceptions in eight consecutive road games.

    Wilson, playing in his eighth season, has 213 career touchdown passes, tied with Pro Football Hall of Famer BRETT FAVRE (213) for the third-most by a player in his first eight seasons in league annals. Only PEYTON MANNING (244) and Pro Football Hall of Famer DAN MARINO (241) had more touchdown passes in their first eight seasons.

    Atlanta quarterback MATT SCHAUB had 460 passing yards in Week 8. At 38 years and 124 days old, Schaub is the third quarterback age 38 or older to pass for at least 450 yards in a single game in NFL history, joining PEYTON MANNING (479 passing yards at 38 years, 195 days old) and TOM BRADY (466 passing yards at 38 years, 48 days old).

    Falcons wide receiver JULIO JONES recorded 10 receptions for 152 yards against Seattle. Jones is the sixth player in league annals to have 30 career games with at least 125 receiving yards, joining Pro Football Hall of Famers JERRY RICE (49 games), RANDY MOSS (35), MARVIN HARRISON (32), LANCE ALWORTH (30) as well as ISAAC BRUCE (30).

  • Indianapolis kicker ADAM VINATIERI converted field goals of 55, 45 and 51 yards in the Colts’ 15-13 over Denver in Week 8. His 51-yard game-winning field goal came with 22 seconds remaining in regulation.

    At 46 years and 303 days old, Vinatieri is the oldest player to make a game-winning field goal of at least 50 yards in the final minute of regulation or overtime in NFL history. He is also the oldest player to convert at least two field goals of 50-or-more yards in a single game in league annals.

  • Other notable performances from Sunday include:
    • Houston wide receiver DEANDRE HOPKINS had 11 catches for 109 receiving yards in the Texans’ 27-24 win against Oakland.

      At 27 years and 143 days old, Hopkins, who has 8,054 career receiving yards, surpassed CALVIN JOHNSON (27 years, 358 days old) as the third-youngest player to reach 8,000 career receiving yards in NFL history.

    • Tampa Bay wide receiver MIKE EVANS had 11 receptions for 198 yards and two touchdowns in the Buccaneers’ Week 8 loss. Evans has 433 career catches with Tampa Bay and surpassed JAMES WILDER (430) for the most receptions in franchise history.

      Evans, who had eight catches for 190 yards and three touchdowns in Week 3, joined CHARLEY HENNIGAN (1961) as the only players with two games of at least eight receptions, 190 receiving yards and two touchdowns in a single season in league annals.

    • New York Giants running back SAQUON BARKLEY had 143 scrimmage yards (79 receiving, 64 rushing) and a touchdown catch in the Giants’ Week 8 loss.

      Barkley, who has 2,562 scrimmage yards in 21 career games, tied OTIS ANDERSON (21 games) and BILLY SIMS (21) for the fourth-fewest games to reach 2,500 career scrimmage yards in NFL history. Only Pro Football Hall of Famer ERIC DICKERSON (19 games), EDGERRIN JAMES (19) and EZEKIEL ELLIOTT (20) reached the mark in fewer games.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

NFL Media announces Redskins-Vikings Game draws 14.1 Million Viewers across all Platforms

Total Viewership of 14.1 Million Across TV and Digital –

Up +13% vs. 2018 Week 8 ‘Thursday Night Football’ Matchup​

Average Minute Audience on All Digital Platforms, Including Amazon, Up +67% vs. 2018 Week 8 ‘Thursday Night Football’

Last night’s Thursday Night Football Presented by Bud Light Platinum game featuring the Minnesota Vikings’ 19-9 win over the Washington Redskins was seen by an average audience of 14.1 million across all platforms, including FOX, NFL Network, FOX Deportes, NFL digital, FOX Sports digital, Amazon Prime Video, Twitch and Yahoo Sports.

The 14.1 million viewers for Redskins-Vikings across all platforms is up +13% versus last year’s Week 8 Thursday Night Football matchup between the Miami Dolphins and Houston Texans (12.5 million).

Season-to-date, the Thursday Night Football tri-cast is averaging 16.0 million viewers – up +20% versus the comparable point last season (13.3 million).

Redskins-Vikings averaged an 8.3 HH rating and 13.5 million viewers on Nielsen-measured channels – up +10% and +12% versus last year’s Dolphins-Texans matchup respectively (7.5 HH rating and 12.1 million viewers).

Digital streaming across Amazon Prime Video, Twitch, NFL digital, FOX Sports digital and Yahoo Sports platforms produced an average minute audience of 910K – up +67% versus last year’s Week 8 Thursday Night Football matchup (544K).

Amazon Prime Video and Twitch reached a total of 2.3 million combined viewers worldwide for the FOX NFL Thursday pregame show and the Redskins-Vikings game. For the Redskins-Vikings game alone, 2.0 million worldwide viewers initiated a stream on Prime Video or Twitch. The average worldwide audience watching the Thursday Night Football game for at least 30 seconds on Prime Video or Twitch was 571K.

The 2019 Thursday Night Football Presented by Bud Light Platinum season continues Thursday, October 31 when the San Francisco 49ers travel to face the Arizona Cardinals in an NFC West divisional matchup. Coverage from Arizona begins at 3:00 PM ET on NFL Network with TNF First Look, followed by NFL GameDay Kickoff at 6:00 PM ET. At 7:30 PM ET on FOX, FOX NFL Thursday airs from New York City leading up to kickoff.

ABOUT NFL MEDIA

NFL Media is comprised of NFL Network, NFL Films, NFL.com, the NFL app and NFL RedZone.

Seven days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, fans turn to NFL Network to receive information and insight straight from the field, team headquarters, league offices and everywhere the NFL is making news. Launched in 2003, NFL Network gives fans unprecedented year-round inside access to all NFL events, including the Super Bowl, Playoffs, regular season, preseason, Pro Bowl, Pro Football Hall of Fame induction weekend, NFL Draft, NFL Scouting Combine, Senior Bowl, league meetings, minicamps and training camps.

For fans on the go, all NFL Network programming can be streamed live through the NFL and NFL Network apps on smartphones, tablets, PCs and connected TV devices (Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, PlayStation 4, Roku and Xbox One). Access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to NFL.com/nflnetwork. For NFL Network audio programming, download the TuneIn app.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY

FOX Sports Contact: Claudia Martinez; NFL Network Contact: Andrew Howard; Amazon Contact: Oliver McIntosh; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

 

NFL Week 8 Rundown for Sunday, October 27, 2019

NFL RUNDOWN IS WRITTEN AND PRODUCED BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

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