2013 NFL Schedule: Live Stream & TV Games for Week 16

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The 2013 NFL schedule brings plenty of great live streaming and televised games from Sunday afternoon through Monday night with many teams fighting for divisions or playoff berths. Teams in action who are looking to reach the postseason or secure their divisions include the Chicago Bears, Philadelphia Eagles, Green Bay Packers, New Orleans Saints, Carolina Packers and San Francisco 49ers. With multiple ways to watch games, fans will be able to keep up with all the major action as the season has just two weeks left. The IBTimes reported on December 20th that there are five playoff spots up for grabs in the NFC and three still to be decided in the AFC, making these final two weeks of the season huge.

The 2013 NFL live streaming and TV games schedule reveals that games begin at 1 p.m. EST on Sunday, December 22nd. There was no Thursday Night Football for Week 16, but theres no shortage of games available throughout the coming days. Among the key games at 1 p.m. EST will be the Carolina Panthers hosting the New Orleans Saints. Several weeks ago, the Saints handed the Panthers their first loss in a www.mymd-uae.com while this season, as Carolina had been on a hot win streak. Now Carolina looks for revenge at home. The game is available on FOX affiliate stations around the U.S. with live stream online coverage through the DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket premium or Verizon NFL Insider services, and a full on-demand replay available for Game Rewind subscribers online.

The Dallas Cowboys need to win their last two games in order to make the playoffs. Today they are away at the Washington Redskins, usually a fierce division rivalry, but not so much this season. However, the Redskins can spoil Dallas postseason hopes with a home win. The 1 p.m. EST game is on various FOX affiliate stations, with online coverage similar to that for the Carolina vs. New Orleans game, as well as the on-demand replay. Other key 1 p.m. games feature Kansas City hosting Indianapolis on CBS affiliates and Denver visiting Houston on CBS affiliate stations. If KC loses and Denver wins, they take the division. The Chiefs need to win their last two games and hope for a Denver loss to get the division. However, with two losses to the Broncos, they hurt their chances quite a bit.

At 4 p.m. EST the remainder of Sundays games get going, several of which have playoff implications. The Lions host the Giants on FOX affiliates at 4:05 p.m. EST and need to win to keep playoff hopes alive. Green Bay is in the same division and fighting for the AFC North, so theyll look to win their home game against Pittsburgh at 4:25 p.m. on CBS. The Seattle Seahawks, one of the strongest potential NFC Super Bowl reps, will host the Arizona Cardinals on FOX affiliates at 4:05 p.m. EST, while the Patriots look to bounce back from their loss to Miami at 4:25 p.m. when they play at Baltimore on CBS.

Sunday Night Football on NBC kicks off at 8:30 p.m. EST and features the Chicago Bears at Philadelphia Eagles. Both teams are 8-6 and looking to win their division, making this a crucial game. The Eagles had a crushing defeat at Minnesota last weekend, while Chicago defeated Cleveland on the road. Tonights game is not only on TV, but also on live stream through NBC Sports Live Extra.

Week 16 concludes Monday night at 8:30 p.m. EST as the San Francisco 49ers host the Atlanta Falcons on ESPN. Live stream online coverage is available on WatchESPN, for those with the service. The 49ers will be keeping an eye on how Seattle vs. Arizona plays out on Sunday, because that game is going to help them one way or the other. If Seattle wins, the Niners are in the playoffs. If Arizona wins, they are in the playoffs and can potential win the NFC West division.

With all that said, this weeks games and next weeks could provide some of the best NFL football of the 2013 season. Which games are you most http://download.cnet.com/mac/ looking forward to seeing from the schedule?
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