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NFL on ESPN week 7 broadcast schedule

NFL on ESPN – ESPN brings another six live NFL games in Week Seven, led by the much-anticipated showdown between high flying Miami Dolphins and the Philadelphia Eagles.
Week Seven action begins live on Friday October 20 at 11.15am AEDT, as Jacksonville Jaguars and New Orleans Saints clash on ESPN.
The Saints have gone 3-3 in their first six games, caught in a three-way battle in the NFC South.
They run into one of the form teams in the NFC – the Jaguars, who are riding a three-game winning run.
At 4-2, the Jags are comfortable leaders of the AFC South, and look to be one of the teams to beat in the division. Jacksonville is coming off an emphatic 37-20 win over the Colts last round and are in ominous form.
Monday October 23 sees four games across the day, kicking off at 4am AEDT.

First up on ESPN, the Detroit Lions meet the Baltimore Ravens in another Week Seven blockbuster.

The Lions are enjoying a stellar start to the season and have won four straight games to sit 5-1 and third placed in the division. 
Baltimore will provide a major test though, who themselves are currently 4-2 and leaders of the AFC North.
The Ravens narrowly defeated Tennessee 24-16 last round, returning to winning ways.
Also, at 4am AEDT over on ESPN2, the Washington Commanders and the New York Giants face off in an all-NFC East battle.
Two sides that are coming off defeat last time out – The Commanders were stunned 40-20 by the Bears, whilst the Giants couldn’t hang with the Dolphins, going down 31-16.
A crucial win for both in relation to the NFC East, with the Eagles and Cowboys pulling away from both the Commanders and Giants above.

At 7.25am AEDT, Los Angeles Chargers meet the Kansas City Chiefs in a conference clash. 

The Chiefs remain the #1 ranked team in the AFC, having stretched the winning form to five straight games.
Los Angeles were narrowly beaten by the Cowboys 20-17, and the tough assignments will continue against Patrick Mahomes and co – a team three wins clear above them in the AFC West.
The feature game follows at 11.15am AEDT when the Miami Dolphins collide with the Philadelphia Eagles, LIVE on ESPN.
Miami is sitting pretty at 5-1 and atop the AFC East, thanks to an offence that has scored more points than any other team so far this season.
QB Tua Tagovailoa has piloted the Dolphins to a combined 73 points in their last two games.
The Eagles are also at 5-1, after losing their undefeated run last round. The Eagles were upset 20-14 by the New York Jets, giving them their first loss.
They remain #1 in the NFC, but the visit of Miami to Lincoln Financial Field will be the toughest test they’ve faced so far this campaign.

The Week Seven action concludes on Tuesday October 24 when the San Francisco 49ers and Minnesota Vikings.

The 49ers lost their undefeated streak against the Browns, falling 19-17 in a thriller. Despite the defeat, San Francisco will start strong favourites in Monday Night Football.
Minnesota took victory in Week Six, 19-13 winners over NFC North rivals Chicago, a much-needed win that has them sitting at 2-4 – but still chasing both the Packers and Detroit above.
NFL Week Seven on ESPN

Friday October 20

10.30am AEDT, SC: NFL Blitz, ESPN
11.15am AEDT, Jacksonville Jaguars vs New Orleans Saints, ESPN

Monday October 23

4am AEDT, Detroit Lions vs Baltimore Ravens, ESPN AEDT, Washington Commanders vs New York Giants, ESPN2
4am AEDT, NFL RedZone, ESPN App*
7.25am AEDT, Los Angeles Chargers vs Kansas City Chiefs, ESPN
10.30am AEDT, SC: NFL Blitz, ESPN
11.15am AEDT, Miami Dolphins vs Philadelphia Eagles, ESPN

Tuesday October 24

11.15am AEDT, San Francisco 49ers vs Minnesota Vikings, ESPN
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