On the first live NFL Sunday on Sky Sports for the 2022 season, the New England Patriots travel to the Miami Dolphins and the Green Bay Packers visit the Minnesota Vikings in two division-clinching games. Watch it live on Sky Sports NFL starting Sunday, September 11 at 6:00 p.m.
Sunday The NFL returns to Sky Sports. And the Miami Dolphins will host the New England Patriots to kick off the first Sunday of the 2022 NFL season.
And it’s another divisional matchup for the offense that follows the two-headed first Sunday night of the season when Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers head to the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC North (9:25 p.m. kickoff).
As we wrap up our Sunday night action, we join our friends at NBC for a football night in america and a delightful Sunday night football game as the Tom Brady Pirates of Tampa Bay head to Texas to take on “Team America,” the Dallas Cowboys (beginning at 1:20 am Monday).
The 2022 campaign officially kicks off Thursday night when the defending Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams host Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills live on Sky Sports NFL beginning at 1:20 a.m. Friday.
Sky Sports’ Neil Reynolds will prepare for the big game alongside Phoebe Schecter, the UK’s first female NFL coach and former Bills coach, with a three-hour special. nfl 32 live shows starting at 9:00 pm on Thursday nights, including interviews and performances by some of the biggest names in the NFL.
Neil and Phoebe will then return for the first Sunday doubleheader of the NFL season, joined by former NFL player Jason Bell, former quarterback for the Cowboys, Houston Texans and New York Giants. Activities in Miami and Minnesota.
And the first week on Sky Sports concludes with Russell Wilson’s long-awaited return to Seattle on Monday Night Football when the Seahawks host their new team, the Denver Broncos (starts Tuesday at 1:15am).
Don’t miss out on the 2022 NFL season with Sky Sports NFL – join us for the return of the dedicated channel starting Monday, August 22 and all the live coverage, starting with the Buffalo Bills at Los Angeles Rams at 1:20 a.m. Friday. , September 9.