Tee times, live streams and more for week 12

Who is competing in NFL games today? Week 12 of the 2022 NFL season includes 12 games on Sundays. Here’s how to watch all the action, including tee times, channels, and live stream options.

NFL games today | Sunday week 12

The NFL Week 12 schedule features just one divisional matchup, which took center stage Thursday afternoon as the Dallas Cowboys wrapped up the win of the season against the New York Giants. Week 12 is also packed with action, with the first full NFL game listing since Week 5. Below we provide information on how to watch each game on Sunday.

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-5) at Cleveland Browns (3-7)

  • channel: FOX
  • start time: 1 p.m. ET
  • Live broadcast: Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, FOX Now

The first matchup of today’s NFL Week 12 games sees the Tampa Bay Buccaneers heading to Cleveland for what is likely the Browns’ last game of the season, quarterbacked by Jacoby Brissett. The Bucs have been getting it on for the past few weeks but are still struggling to find momentum in the rushing attack.

Expect Brissett to try to give everything he has as this could be his last chance to show what he can do for the Browns or other NFL franchises, whether in a starting or backup role.

The home underdog spot is very intriguing in this game. If a couple of those three-point losses bounced the other way, people would have a different opinion of this squad.

Cincinnati Bengals (6-4) at Tennessee Titans (7-3)

  • channel: CBS
  • start time: 1 p.m. ET
  • Live broadcast: CBS All-Access, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV

Since becoming Titans HC in 2018, Mike Vrabel is 8-0 against the spread if he gets more than 10 days rest. Of all the teams this season based on injuries, the Titans’ 7-3 record is possibly the most impressive given the circumstances.

The Bengals are mediocre against the run while the Titans bring in a top-ten rushing and scoring defense. Yes, the Bengals have an explosive offense. However, against a team that has found ways to win week after week, expect Vrabel to let his boys do whatever it takes to get the job done.

Houston Texans (1-8-1) at Miami Dolphins (7-3)

  • channel: CBS
  • start time: 1 p.m. ET
  • Live broadcast: CBS All-Access, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV

Miami Vice remains at Hard Rock Stadium while the high-octane Dolphins offensive play their last home game before a three-week road stretch. You’re up against a Texas team that seems to be constantly searching for answers about the long-term future.

Houston benched Davis Mills, the 2021 third-round pick, in favor of former Carolina and Washington QB Kyle Allen. That probably doesn’t change much as Miami will look to take advantage of the Texans’ putrid rush defense.

Houston allows a league-high 179.9 rushing yards per game. Miami has to drool over this matchup after watching Jeff Wilson Jr. shred the Browns with 17 carries for 119 yards.

Chicago Bears (3-8) at New York Jets (6-4)

  • channel: FOX
  • start time: 1 p.m. ET
  • Live broadcast: Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, FOX Now

The Zach Wilson era in New York is over. After the offensive picked up just three points against the Patriots in Week 11, Wilson did himself a disservice in post-game interviews. Apparently the Jets refused to take any responsibility for any problems a week ago and thought it would be best to bench him this week just to “reset” according to HC Robert Saleh.

Wilson won’t even be the backup as a healthy scratch at Week 12. Mike White takes over under center with Joe Flacco backing him up. Meanwhile, the Bears may make a change in QB, but it’s due to an injury. Justin Fields told reporters Wednesday that he was suffering from a fractured shoulder with partially torn ligaments.

MORE: Is Zach Wilson done in New York?

He is medically cleared to practice. However, he feels the most pain in his aftermath and has trouble passing the ball. When Fields is forced to pass the ball with his right hand like he’s currently doing with his left, he has already said his starting chances are slim.

That would give Trevor Siemian his first start since Thanksgiving last year and make Nathan Peterman his backup.

Atlanta Falcons (5-6) at Washington Commanders (6-5)

  • channel: FOX
  • start time: 1 p.m. ET
  • Live broadcast: Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, FOX Now

Don’t look now, but the Washington Commanders have been increasingly impressive with each week that goes by. Carson Wentz’s move to Taylor Heinicke completely changed the course of Washington’s season with a chance to crash the playoffs.

Atlanta has performed well as a ball runner this season, but it could be difficult this afternoon against a commander’s defense that is living up to its potential. If Washington forces Marcus Mariota to play with his arm, Heinicke should lead the Commanders to his sixth win in seven games.

Denver Broncos (3-7) at Carolina Panthers (3-8)

  • channel: FOX
  • start time: 1 p.m. ET
  • Live broadcast: Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, FOX Now

Welcome to the worst game of the week as evidenced by Las Vegas setting the over/under for this game at a meager 36 points. Don’t expect things to be that bad, but these teams had a tough time in 2022.

Carolina has question marks with the QB due to PJ Walker’s injury, but the QB under center shouldn’t matter. If Carolina asks the QB to win them, they’ve already lost the game. Give the rock to the trio of D’Onta Foreman, Chuba Hubbard and Raheem Blackshear and watch them eat up meters on the ground.

Baltimore Ravens (7-3) at Jacksonville Jaguars (3-7)

  • channel: CBS
  • start time: 1 p.m. ET
  • Live broadcast: CBS All-Access, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV

Jacksonville had one of the more difficult seasons in the NFL this year. All but one loss, Week 11 to the Kansas City Chiefs, was decided by eight points or fewer. Worse, the Jaguars made a game-changing mistake by giving their opponent a one-point lead in most of those games.

The squad is still very young and you can see the vision taking shape. Doug Pederson and the Jaguars need to focus on where this team wants to be in 2023.

The Ravens go into this game on a four-game winning streak, with Lamar Jackson continuing to shine with his talents. Will Jacksonville’s retooled defense be ready for the league’s deadliest dual-threat QB?

Los Angeles Chargers (5-5) at Arizona Cardinals (4-7)

  • channel: CBS
  • start time: 4:05 p.m. ET
  • Live broadcast: CBS All-Access, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV

The late afternoon window of Week 12 features all but one team from AFC and NFC West. Things start with a duel between the Los Angeles Chargers and the Arizona Cardinals in the desert. Kyler Murray was set to play for the first time since being sidelined in Week 10 with a hamstring injury.

Injury concerns continue for the Chargers WR room as Mike Williams is out a week after a brief return from a two-week absence in Week 11. The defense is a different story as it is still without critical contributors.

Arizona gets its injury help outside of Murray’s return as the Cardinals also activated IR’s Marquise Brown. It should be interesting to see how Murray and the Cardinals’ offense looks with the top two receiving options available.

Las Vegas Raiders (3-7) at Seattle Seahawks (6-4)

  • channel: CBS
  • start time: 4:05 p.m. ET
  • Live broadcast: CBS All-Access, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV

Let’s head to the Pacific Northwest for the next AFC vs. NFC West Tilt. In this matchup, the struggling Raiders take on the Seattle Seahawks fresh out of bye week. The Seahawks’ season was a wonderful surprise, and given Seattle’s performance on both sides of football, hitting seven wins this week seems very doable.

However, this game revolves around the Raiders and what version of that team emerges. Offense and defense have significant flaws that need to be worked out and Josh McDaniels will get this opportunity, for better or for worse.

The rest of the schedule doesn’t get any easier. Raiders fans, buckle up. The next few weeks won’t be too friendly.

Los Angeles Rams (3-7) at Kansas City Chiefs (8-2)

  • channel: FOX
  • start time: 4:25 p.m. ET
  • Live broadcast: Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, FOX Now

In the West Division’s final showdown, the Los Angeles Rams travel to Arrowhead to take on the Kansas City Chiefs. The first of two kickoffs at 4:25 p.m. ET will feature former Virginia Cavalier QB Bryce Perkins making his first NFL start with the Rams via John Wolford. But that doesn’t change the result.

The Chiefs have won six of their last seven games, with the only loss coming to Buffalo in Week 6. Despite being without Juju Smith-Schuster, Mecole Hardman and Kadarius Toney last week, Patrick Mahomes was steadfast and led the Chiefs to a second-half comeback.

Based on both teams’ offensive performance this year, there aren’t many scenarios where you could see the Rams keeping up with the Chiefs on offense.

New Orleans Saints (4-7) at San Francisco 49ers (6-4)

  • channel: FOX
  • start time: 4:25 p.m. ET
  • Live broadcast: Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, FOX Now

In the final afternoon game of the week, New Orleans travels to California to take on the San Francisco 49ers. The only matchup within the 4 p.m. conference, the 49ers roll as they continue to see a stream of talent return to the roster.

Injuries have plagued both teams in this game, but the difference is that San Francisco is getting players back while the Saints remain bereft of playmakers.

Despite taking on Dennis Allen as HC, the Saints, on average, exert some of the least pressure against the QB in the NFL. When he has time, Jimmy Garoppolo can find holes and play with his dynamic crew of pass catchers. The 49ers should have no problem getting the win in this game.

Green Bay Packers (4-7) at Philadelphia Eagles (9-1)

  • channel: ABC
  • start time: 8:20 p.m. ET
  • Live broadcast: NBC Sports, Peacock TV

In the last game of the day, the Green Bay Packers and the Philadelphia Eagles will face off in Sunday Night Football at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles might have won last week, but it wasn’t pretty. Jonathan Taylor gained just 84 yards on the ground after Philadelphia let Washington loose, but the Packers are coming to town with a new game plan.

Green Bay’s focus on managing football over the past few weeks has opened up the passing game and helped Aaron Rodgers and his inexperienced receivers.

The Eagles’ secondary is fantastic, and given Green Bay’s struggles this season, a few takeaways from defensive backs are possible. Philadelphia needs to figure out how to stop the run, and doing so this week will effectively end the Packers’ offensive game.

However, if they can’t solve this defensive problem, the RBs’ gambit is throughout the remainder of the schedule.

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