There’s no doubt that this is a very competitive NFL schedule this season, with the NFL’s teams making the most of a lot of talent.
However, we all know that teams like the San Diego Chargers, Arizona Cardinals and Miami Dolphins are still looking for ways to win.
That means it’s important for you to tune in to the game.
The schedule includes the NFC West, a division that includes the San Francisco 49ers and Los Angeles Rams, plus the NFC East, which includes the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles.
It includes all four of the NFC’s wild-card games, as well as two of the Conference Championship games.
Here’s what you need to know about the games on this week’s slate.
Here’s what’s in the CBS Sports NFL schedule, and here’s what the schedule looks like right now.
Week 1: Sunday, Dec. 3, at Philadelphia, 8:30 p.m.
(ESPN)This is a prime time matchup for the Eagles.
The team that will likely make a run at the division title will be playing the Dolphins for the first time since 2003.
Philadelphia has won three straight at home against the Dolphins, but this is the first game that Miami has ever lost to Philadelphia.
The Dolphins’ defense has struggled to slow down the Eagles’ offense, ranking last in the league in points allowed per game (22.3).
The Eagles have been playing much better than they did in 2015, so it will be interesting to see if the team can find a way to take advantage of their defense.
Week 2: Sunday: at Miami, 8 p.r.m.(CBS)The Dolphins will look to end the season on a high note after winning five of their last six games.
The Eagles are coming off their longest losing streak since 2009.
The two teams have been evenly matched, with Philadelphia winning seven straight.
Miami is coming off its first victory over a playoff team since 2011.
It’s also the team’s first victory since beating the Patriots in the AFC Championship Game in 2014.
Week 3: Sunday at San Francisco, 9 p.c.
(CBS)With the Patriots coming off of a bye, the Dolphins are looking to take control of their own destiny in this matchup.
The Niners are coming into the game having lost their past five, including a 27-24 home defeat to the Patriots.
New England is coming into this game without an offensive coordinator in place.
Miami has struggled mightily on defense, ranking 29th in total defense (235.3 yards per game).
Week 4: Sunday vs. San Diego, 8 a.m., CBS (CBS Sports Network)This game will be a test of how much Miami has improved under coach Adam Gase.
Last year, Miami finished 6-10 in the regular season and went 1-11 in the postseason.
Gase took over a team that had already made the playoffs the previous two years.
Last season, Miami went 11-3 in games that Gase’s team won.
This year, the team is looking to make a statement in this game and hopes to take home a first-round bye.
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