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Programs for NFLNET on Sunday, August 9, 2020
11:00 PM
NFL Football Baltimore Ravens at Kansas City Chiefs from Arrowhead Stadium Lamar Jackson has thrown seven TD passes for Baltimore in 2019; Kansas City has won the past two meetings, including a 27-24 OT victory in Week 14 last season. Ian Eagle(Commentator), Dan Fouts(Commentator), Evan Washburn(Commentator)
2:00 AM
NFL Football Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers from Heinz Field Baltimore has lost two in a row after falling to Cleveland, 40-25, in Week 4; Pittsburgh won four of the past five meetings, including a 23-16 win on Nov. 4. Ian Eagle(Commentator), Dan Fouts(Commentator), Evan Washburn(Commentator)
5:00 AM
NFL Total Access (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)
6:00 AM
Top 100 Players of 2020 #30-21 (Repeat) Players 30-21 in the countdown are revealed, as teammates discuss playing with them while opponents delve into the challenge of facing them.
7:00 AM
Top 100 Players of 2020 #20-11 (Repeat) Players 20-11 in the countdown are revealed, as teammates discuss playing with them while opponents delve into the challenge of facing them.
8:00 AM
Top 100 Players of 2020 #10-6 (Repeat) Players 10-6 in the countdown are revealed, as teammates discuss playing with them while opponents discuss the challenge of facing them to validate their rank.
9:00 AM
Top 100 Players of 2020 #5-1 (Repeat) The final five players in the countdown are revealed, as teammates discuss playing with them while opponents delve into the challenge of facing them.
10:00 AM
NFL Football Baltimore Ravens at Seattle Seahawks from CenturyLink Field Lamar Jackson ran for 152 yards, as Baltimore beat Cincinnati, 23-17, in Week 6; Seattle has won the past three meetings, including a 35-6 victory in 2015. Dick Stockton(Commentator), Ronde Barber(Commentator), Mark Schlereth(Commentator), Jennifer Hale(Commentator)
1:00 PM
Sunday Night Football New England Patriots at Baltimore Ravens from M&T Bank Stadium New England has won the past three meetings, including a 30-23 victory in 2016, as Tom Brady threw for 406 yards and three TDs; Baltimore comes off bye week. Al Michaels(Commentator), Cris Collinsworth(Commentator), Michele Tafoya(Commentator)
3:30 PM
Monday Night Football Baltimore Ravens at Los Angeles Rams from Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Baltimore, which seeks its seventh-straight win, has won the three previous meetings with Los Angeles, including a 16-13 triumph in 2015. Joe Tessitore(Commentator), Booger McFarland(Commentator), Lisa Salters(Commentator)
6:00 PM
NFL Football San Francisco 49ers at Baltimore Ravens from M&T Bank Stadium San Francisco improved to 2-4 all-time vs. the Ravens with a 25-20 victory in 2015; Baltimore won its seventh-straight after beating the Rams, 45-6, in Week 12. Kevin Burkhardt(Commentator), Charles Davis(Commentator), Pam Oliver(Commentator)
8:30 PM
NFL Football Baltimore Ravens at Buffalo Bills from New Era Field Baltimore, which owns a league-best eight-game winning streak, has won five of the past six meetings with Buffalo, including a 47-3 victory in the 2018 season o Ian Eagle(Commentator), Dan Fouts(Commentator), Evan Washburn(Commentator)
11:30 PM
Thursday Night Football New York Jets at Baltimore Ravens from M&T Bank Stadium New York defeated the Ravens, 24-16, in 2016; Baltimore has won nine in a row and clinched a playoff berth with a 24-17 win over Buffalo in Week 14. Joe Buck(Commentator), Troy Aikman(Commentator), Erin Andrews(Commentator), Kristina Pink(Commentator)
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