Start the NFL! Schedules and channels to see the Chiefs-Texans live


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Start the NFL!  Schedules and channels to see the Chiefs-Texans live

Finally, the wait is over. More than 7 months before Super Bowl LIV, a new contest will begin in the NFL for the Vince Lombardi trophy. Kansas City Chiefs and Houston Texans They will start a new season, which will be played in an atypical way due to the pandemic, and which will not have equal conditions due to the partial entry permit of fans in some stadiums. The defending champions will kick off this new competition at Arrowhead Stadium.

Kansas City Chiefs will begin this Thursday, September 10, the defense of its historic triumph in Super Bowl LIV, which was played in Miami on February 2. Those led by Andy Reid managed to raise the trophy, getting their first championship of the NFL in 50 years. Now they will go out to revalidate their second championship ring, and their first challenge on the grid will be against Houston Texans, one of the possible candidates of the AFC South.

Mahomes vs Watson

The inaugural meeting of the regular phase of the 2020-2021 campaign will face 2 of the most promising quarterbacks in the entire NFL. On the one hand, there will be the already established Patrick Mahomes, who led the Chiefs in a spectacular campaign. While, on the other, will be Deshaun Watson, who has become the center of the project of the team of the head coach, Bill O’Brian. Coincidentally, both have renewed their contracts for record numbers.

Schedules and channels

The kick-off of the first game of the season of the NFL It will be at 4:20 p.m. on the west coast of the United States; 18:20 from Mexico (CDMX) and Colombia; 20:20 from the American East, and Venezuela; 21:20 from Chile and Argentina, and 02:20 from Spain. The match will be broadcast live to almost everyone, being taken to pay TV and through the league’s official subscription streaming service.

The first Thursday Night Football of the 2020-2021 campaign will go to the United States through NBC. The game will go to the screens of Mexico and Central America through the Fox Sports (North) signal, while for South America the transmission will be through ESPN. Spain will bring the game to TV through VAMOS. For the rest of the world, the game can be seen on NFL Game Pass.


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