Raiders-Chiefs, Giants-Eagles, Ravens-49ers to play on Christmas

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Christmas is on a Monday this year, and the NFL has scheduled a tripleheader on December 25.

The first Christmas game will be the Raiders at the Chiefs at 1 p.m. ET. Up next will be the Giants at the Eagles at 4:30 p.m. ET. And in prime time on Christmas night, the Ravens will be at the 49ers at 8:15 p.m. ET.

Christmas is Week 16, and it will also feature a Thursday night game, two Saturday games, and a regular slate of 10 Sunday games on Christmas Eve.

The NFL has never scheduled a Christmas tripleheader before, but the league clearly sees Christmas Day as a day when millions of Americans will gather around the television and spend 10 hours or so watching football.

4 responses to “Raiders-Chiefs, Giants-Eagles, Ravens-49ers to play on Christmas

  1. Somewhere Deebo is blaming the eagles for him having to work on a holiday. Oh and that late in the year they will be in QB 4, and the eagles will not have beaten them at full strength.

  2. Well I’m gonna have to cancel Christmas day at my in laws darnit. The sacrifices I make for my Chiefs

  3. Nba can’t wait for Christmas day to be on a Wednesday next year so they get their rating back. But 2025 Thursday night christmas triple header just like Thanksgiving? Sign me up!

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