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Is there Thursday Night Football this week?

The NFL schedule passes a significant marker in Week 17.

A TV camera with the Thursday Night Football logo sits before the game against the Baltimore Ravens and the Cincinnati Bengals on September 13th 2018, at Paul Brown in Cincinnati, OH. Photo by Ian Johnson/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The 2021 NFL regular season is fast coming to a close and Week 17 brings a significant marker. This marks the first week we will not have a Thursday game. We get 15 games on Sunday and one game on Monday.

Technically the Thursday Night Football schedule does not start until Week 2 because Week 1’s Thursday opener uses the Sunday Night Football broadcast team. And technically, TNF in Week 16 was the Browns-Packers game on Christmas Day rather than 49ers-Titans two days prior.

It’s all kind of absurd, but whatever the case, Week 17 and Week 18 will not have a Thursday game. Additionally, Week 18 will not have a Monday game, instead having all 32 teams playing on Sunday to wrap up the regular season schedule.

Here’s a look at the complete NFL schedule for Week 17.

1 p.m.

Rams at Ravens, FOX
Falcons at Bills, FOX
Giants at Bears, CBS
Chiefs at Bengals, CBS
Raiders at Colts, FOX
Jaguars at Patriots, CBS
Buccaneers at Jets, FOX
Dolphins at Titans, CBS
Eagles at Washington, FOX

4:05 p.m.

Broncos at Chargers, CBS
Texans at 49ers, CBS

4:25 p.m.

Cardinals at Cowboys, FOX
Panthers at Saints, FOX
Lions at Seahawks, FOX

Sunday Night Football, 8:20 p.m.

Vikings at Packers, NBC

Monday Night Football, 8:15 p.m.

Browns at Steelers, ESPN