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Programs for NFLHD on Sunday, June 7, 2020
12:00 AM
Film Session Deshaun Watson (Repeat) The classic, modern and historical game footage and past interviews from the NFL Films library are explored, forming the history of the modern sport.
12:30 AM
Sunday Night Football New England Patriots at Houston Texans from NRG Stadium (HD) New England (10-1) is 10-1 all-time against Houston (7-4) after securing a 27-20 victory last season, as Tom Brady threw for 277 yards and three TDs. Al Michaels(Commentator), Cris Collinsworth(Commentator), Michele Tafoya(Commentator)
3:00 AM
NFL Total Access (HD, Repeat) Through the use of Team Cam equipment, the NFL Network crew provides an inside look at all 32 teams around the league, including exclusive interviews. Dan Hellie(Host), Lindsay Rhodes(Host), Willie McGinest(Host), Michael Robinson(Host), Heath Evans(Host)
4:00 AM
A Football Life Warren Moon (HD, Repeat) A detailed look is taken at aspects of the life and career of former Houston Oilers quarterback Warren Moon, including being inducted into the Hall. Josh Charles(Narrator)
5:00 AM
A Football Life Michael Vick (HD, Repeat) The No. 1 overall pick in the 2001 NFL Draft, the electrifying quarterback showcased what made him famous until a criminal charge derailed his career. Josh Charles(Narrator)
6:00 AM
NFL Playoffs NFC Wild Card Game: Seattle Seahawks at Dallas Cowboys from AT&T Stadium Seattle has won the past three meetings, including a 24-13 victory in Week 3; Dallas which is 7-1 at home, won the NFC East for the 23rd time in its history.
9:00 AM
NFL Playoffs AFC Wild Card Game: Los Angeles Chargers at Baltimore Ravens from M&T Bank Stadium Los Angeles finished 7-1 on the road this season; Baltimore has won the past two meetings vs. the Chargers, including a 22-10 victory in Week 16.
12:00 PM
NFL Playoffs NFC Wild Card Game: Philadelphia Eagles at Chicago Bears from Soldier Field Philadelphia, the defending Super Bowl champion, won the past three meetings; Chicago, which allowed a league-low 17.7 points per game, is 7-1 at home in 2018.
3:00 PM
NFL Playoffs NFC Divisional Playoff: Dallas Cowboys at Los Angeles Rams from Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Dallas seeks its first appearance in the NFC title game since winning Super Bowl XXX in 1996; Los Angeles defeated the Cowboys in Week 4 last season, 35-30.
6:00 PM
NFL Playoffs AFC Championship: New England Patriots at Kansas City Chiefs from Arrowhead Stadium New England, which beat the Chiefs in Week 6, 43-40, advanced to its eighth consecutive AFC title game; Kansas City seeks its first AFC crown since 1970.
9:00 PM
Super Bowl Classics Super Bowl LIII: New England Patriots at Los Angeles Rams from Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (Repeat) The best Super Bowls throughout the history of the NFL are replayed, as cameras and microphones allow viewers the relive each classic moment.
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