NBC Sports says its new partnership with Fox Sports is “going to win” every game this season.
Fox Sports and its affiliates will broadcast a whopping 17 games this season, according to the network’s press release.
Fox also will air its Monday Night Football and the NFL Network on Tuesday.
“We’re thrilled to partner with Fox and to be able to bring our fans and our sports to their homes in a way that makes them feel as though they’re on their own,” Fox Sports CEO Dana Walden said in a statement.
“It’s going to be a game-changing partnership for our viewers.”
Fox Sports’ NFL network will air all 14 games from the New England Patriots to the Washington Redskins, the network said in the release.
“Fox’s new partnership will be the biggest sports network in America and our fans will get the highest quality of sports entertainment on Fox,” the network added.
The NFL Network will also broadcast its Tuesday Night Football matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and the Pittsburgh Steelers, as well as its Tuesday night NFL game between the Green Bay Packers and the Atlanta Falcons.
The network’s Tuesday Night Ticket, which begins airing at 9 p.m.
ET, will also include Sunday Night Football, Tuesday Night Kickoff and Tuesday Night Tailgate.
The Fox Sports NFL network, which launched in October, was launched by Fox to broadcast NFL games, including the Super Bowl and the postseason, in-person, online and on-demand.
Fox is also a prime sponsor of the NFL.