NFL 2021 – Week 7 – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports, Channel 5

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Week seven of the 2021 National Football League season gets underway this evening as the Browns host Broncos.

That match starts at 1.20am on Sky Sports NFL and is the first of five games to air on the network this weekend.

Week seven continues on Sunday evening with Bengals @ Ravens from 6.00pm, and Bears @ Buccaneers at 9.25pm.

NBC’s Sunday Night Football sees Colts @ 49ers from 1.20am.

The final game of the weekend – which will also be broadcast live on Channel 5 – is the Monday Night Football clash between Saints and Seahawks.

NFL 2021 – Week 7 – TV Schedule

Thursday 21 October

Broncos @ Browns
Sky Sports NFL, 1.20am
Fox, NFL Network, 8.20pm ET
Comms: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
Ref: Adrian Hill

Sunday 24th October

Bengals @ Ravens
Sky Sports NFL, 6.00pm
CBS, 1.00pm ET
Comms: Kevin Harlan, Trent Green
Ref: Tony Corrente

Bears @ Buccaneers
Sky Sports NFL, 9.25pm
CBS, 4.25pm ET
Comms: Jim Nantz, Tony Romo
Ref: Alex Kemp

Colts @ 49ers
Sky Sports NFL, 1.20am
NBC, 8.20pm ET
Comms: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth
Ref: Craig Wrolstad

Monday 25th October

Saints @ Seahawks
Sky Sports NFL, 1.15am
Channel 5, 1.00am
ESPN, 8.15pm ET
Comms: Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Louis Riddick
Ref: Shawn Hochuli

Posted on Thursday 21 October 2021
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