The NFL season 2021 It has already started and they have announced what the next October games will be, so some of the first games that the National Football League has prepared have left fans intrigued; the 102nd edition of the American Football League will have 17 games.
We recall that the season began last September, but in October there will be several games highly anticipated by viewers, as the end of the season will be Super Bowl LVI, which will take place on February 6 or 13, 2022, if the regular season is extended.
Previously we shared you in The Truth News the September NFL games, but now they have released the October games, so fans are looking forward to enjoying the following matchups and seeing their favorite players participate.
October 2021 NFL Season Games
Sunday October 10 will be the game between New York Jets vs Atlanta Falcons; Green Bay Packers in the Cincinnati Bengals; Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings; Denver Broncos vs. Pittsburgh Steelers; Miami Dolphins vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers; New Orleans Saints vs. Washington Football Team.
Philadelphia Eagles vs. Carolina Panthers that will take place this Sunday, October 10; Tennessee Titans vs. Jacksonville Jaguars; New England Patriots vs. Houston Texans; Chicago Bears vs. Las Vegas Raiders.
Also on Sunday will be the game between the Cleveland Browns and the Los Angeles Charges; New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys; San Francisco 49ers vs. Arizona Cardinals; Buffalo Bills vs. Kansas City Chiefs and on Monday, October 11, Indianapolis Colts vs. Baltimore Ravens.
It is worth mentioning that this season, something that caused a sensation in social networks was the return of the player Tom Brady, as well as other players such as Dak Prescott, Julio Jones, Odell Beckham Jr, Von Miller, Nick Bosa, Saquon Barkley, among others.
Where to see NFL 2021?
Users have wondered where to watch the games of the season this weekend, so the games will be broadcast through the Fox Sports signal, ESPN, NBC and the NFL Network television channel.
So viewers will be able to watch the matches of their favorite teams from the NFL season 2021Since the season started, it has caused a sensation among the fans who have supported the players, who returned to the game and now the fans will also be in person.