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NFL Week 7 Season 2022: Where to watch, days and times in the United States

This Thursday, October 20, at 8:15 p.m. Eastern Time in the United States, at State Farm Stadium, NFL Week 7 with a duel between Arizona Cardinals and Los New Orleans Saints.

Week 7 of the 2022 NFL season gets into action this Thursday with a great duel, as cardinals They need a win after making a 2-4 record; when Saints They join the same record and are not able to adapt to life without their former coach. Sean Payton.

Other duets to follow and who garnered a lot of attention this week: Kansas City Chiefs vs San Francisco 49ers and one of Pittsburgh Steelers vs Miami Dolphins where will you see the action again Tua Tagovailoa.

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week 7 will close with monday night footballwhere Chicago Bears Will visit new England Patriots, In a duel in which the team from the windy city needs to win.

Week 7 NFL Season 2022: Where to Watch, Days and Times in the United States


Saints vs. Cardinals – Thursday, October 20

8:15 a.m. ET Amazon

The Saints and Cardinals come in with a 2-4 record and Arizona is the team that hasn’t dazzled and this week they opted to hire receiver Robbie Anderson to give Kyler Murray a better attack. Also, DeAndre Hopkins returns.



Browns vs Ravens – Sunday, October 23

1:00 PM ET CBS

The Browns have had three consecutive losses and are shaping up to be one of the worst teams in the North Division of the American Conference; Whereas the Ravens lost to the Giants this week and are 3-3.



Buccaneers vs Panthers – Sunday, October 23

1:00 PM ET Fox

Tom Brady’s Buccaneers are not having a good time. The team has a 3-3 record and will face the Panthers, one of the worst franchises of the season, this Sunday.



Falcons vs Bengals – Sunday, October 23

1:00 PM ET Fox

The Falcons and Bengals have been two very erratic teams, as both have won three games against three, but it is Joe Burrows who has shone the most numbers against Atlanta quarterback Marcus Mariota.



Lions vs Cowboys – Sunday, October 23

1:00 PM ET CBS

The Cowboys will make headlines for the return of Duck Prescott, who was out for six weeks with a thumb injury and on his return will seek to defeat the Lions, a team that has only won one game.



Giants vs Jaguars – Sunday, October 23

1:00 PM ET Fox

The Giants have taken all NFL fans by surprise, as they are 5-1 and one of the best teams of the season. This Sunday they will face the Jaguars, who have a 2-4 record.



Colts vs Titans – Sunday, October 23

1:00 PM ET CBS

The Colts and Titans will play for the leadership of the division in a duel in which the Tennessee team is the favorite, but they face Indianapolis, who comes on a roll with two wins.



Packers vs Commanders – Sunday 23 October

1:00 PM ET Fox

The Packers add two losses in a row and this Sunday they will visit the Commanders who managed to beat the Bears last week. However, he will not have Carson Wentz.



Jets vs Broncos – Sunday October 23

4:05 PM ET CBS

The Jets also surprised everyone with a win against the Packers and this Sunday they will face some of the Broncos who don’t look good after the arrival of Russell Wilson.



Texans vs Raiders – Sunday, October 23

4:05 PM ET CBS

Both teams have won only one match this season and this meeting will decide who will be the worst franchise in the American Conference.


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Seahawks vs Chargers – Sunday, October 23

4:25 PM and Fox

The game appears to be an aerial duel between Geno Smith and Justin Herbert, who have been standing out in recent weeks. The Chargers are looking for their fifth win of the year, while the Seahawks are going for their fourth.



Chiefs vs. 49ers – Sunday, October 23

4:25 PM and Fox

The Chiefs and 49ers would re-live Super Bowl LIV where Patrick Mahomes was declared the champion. On occasion, Kansas City comes out losing to the Bills like San Francisco, which lost to the Falcons.



Steelers v Dolphins – Sunday, October 23

8:20 p.m. ET NBC

The main duel on Sunday will be between the Steelers and the Dolphins, where Tua Tagovailoa will return to control and face a team inspired after Tom Brady’s defeat of the Buccaneers.



bear vs patriot

8:15 a.m. ET ESPN

Week 6 will end with the Bears vs Patriots duel. New England team is looking for a third consecutive win with rookie-turned-sensationist Bailey Zappe.

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