Doubleheader of Week 16 Games with Significant Playoff Implications Saturday on NFL Network

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Doubleheader of Week 16 Games with Significant Playoff Implications Saturday on NFL Network

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Saturday, December 22 EXCLUSIVELY on NFL Network –

Washington Redskins vs. Tennessee Titans at 4:30 PM ET

Baltimore Ravens vs. Los Angeles Chargers at 8:20 PM ET

Coverage Begins with 'NFL GameDay Kickoff' at 2:00 PM ET

On Saturday, December 22, NFL Network EXCLUSIVELY broadcasts a doubleheader of Week 16 games, which are two of the five Week 16 matchups where both competing teams are still in the playoff hunt. Overall, 14 of the 16 games in Week 16 have playoff implications.  

At 4:30 PM ET, running back Adrian Peterson and the Washington Redskins look to keep their playoff hopes alive when they travel to face running back Derrick Henry and the Tennessee Titans, who look to remain in the AFC Wild Card hunt. Curt Menefee, Nate Burleson and Steve Mariucci, along with Melissa Stark call the action from Nissan Stadium. Redskins-Titans will also be available on local broadcast stations in Washington, D.C. (WRC) and Nashville (WSMV).

At 8:20 PM ET, quarterback Philip Rivers and the playoff-bound Los Angeles Chargers look to continue their path to an AFC West division title when they host rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens, who currently hold the No. 6 seed in the AFC playoffs. Mike Tirico and Kurt Warner, along with Peter Schrager call the action from StubHub Center. Ravens-Chargers will also be available on local broadcast stations in Baltimore (WBAL) and Los Angeles (KABC).

Several digital streaming options are also available to fans, with the full listing available at NFL.com/NFLNSpecial.

Coverage on Saturday kicks off at 2:00 PM ET with NFL GameDay Kickoff, with host Rich Eisen and analysts Willie McGinest and Maurice Jones-Drew in Los Angeles, and Amber Theoharis and DeAngelo Hall from Nissan Stadium. At halftime, Eisen, McGinest and Jones-Drew break down the first half.

At 7:30 PM ET, NFL GameDay Kickoff airs with Chris Rose, Michael Irvin, LaDainian Tomlinson and Steve Smith Sr. from StubHub Center in Los Angeles taking viewers up to kickoff of Ravens-Chargers. Rose, Irvin, Tomlinson and Smith Sr. also provide halftime and postgame coverage from Los Angeles.

Following Ravens-Chargers, NFL Total Access airs at 12 Midnight ET with Cole Wright, David Carr and James Jones.

Start the day on Saturday, December 22 with Good Morning Football: Weekend at 9:00 AM ET on NFL Network. Colleen Wolfe, Reggie Bush, Michael Robinson and Mike Garafolo host the three-hour show, along with reporters Tiffany Blackmon from Nissan Stadium, Steve Wyche from StubHub Center and Omar Ruiz from CenturyLink Field, providing the latest news and analysis from around the NFL.

 

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