With the 2019 NFL season – the NFL's 100th – set to begin this week, NFL Network announces its weekend programming schedule.
This season, NFL Network's Sunday's GameDay schedule kicks off at 9:00 AM ET with NFL GameDay Morning Presented by Lowes. Rich Eisen hosts the Emmy-nominated show from Los Angeles, along with Hall of Famers Kurt Warner and Michael Irvin, former head coach Steve Mariucci, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, analytics expert Cynthia Frelund and various NFL Network reporters. NFL GameDay Morning – the most comprehensive pregame show on television – enters its 11th season this year.
NFL Network's Sunday GameDay programming continues with NFL GameDay Live at 1:00 PM ET, with hosts Rhett Lewis and Kyle Montgomery, Hall of Famer Terrell Davis, and analysts James Jones, Marcel Reece and Andrew Hawkins providing in-progress highlights and analysis of the day's games. At 7:30 PM ET, Cole Wright and Chris Rose host NFL GameDay Highlights, providing a recap of the day's action thus far with highlights, postgame press conferences and commentary leading up to kickoff of the Sunday night matchup.
At 11:30 PM ET, NFL GameDay Prime airs with Hall of Famer Deion Sanders and host Chris Rose recapping the weekend's games.
Good Morning Football: Weekend returns on Saturday at 9:00 AM ET, with host Colleen Wolfe, analysts Michael Robinson and DeAngelo Hall, and reporter Mike Garafolo providing three hours of coverage from NFL Films in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey. Good Morning Football: Weekend offers the latest news and analysis from around the NFL heading into Sunday's slate of games. Additionally, NFL Network reporters stationed across the league will join with the latest from select game sites.
On Saturday at 8:00 AM ET, NFL GameDay View breaks down each game and predicts which teams will win. Andrew Hawkins, Cynthia Frelund and Gregg Rosenthal host the one-hour show and are joined each week by various NFL Network analysts as well as reporters stationed around the NFL. Fans will also have their voices heard as they will have the opportunity to vote on each week's games. An edition of NFL GameDay View also streams on NFL.com Sunday at 11:30 AM ET with Hawkins and Frelund providing the latest actives/inactives for Sunday's games, as well as last-minute fantasy advice.
New this season, NFL Network broadcasts 10 Conference USA games beginning Saturday, September 7 at 3:30 PM ET with Grambling State at Louisiana Tech. NFL Network's schedule of Conference USA games is highlighted by two matchups featuring defending conference champions UAB (vs. South Alabama on September 21 and at Southern Miss on November 9), as well as conference runner-up Middle Tennessee State University (vs. FIU on October 26). Additionally, NFL Network's schedule includes teams which won bowl games in 2018 in Louisiana Tech (vs. Grambling State on September 7 and vs. Southern Miss on October 19) and FIU (at Middle Tennessee State University on October 26).
Kick-off time for all games is currently scheduled for 3:30 PM ET. Each week, NFL Now airs at 3:00 PM ET providing pre-game analysis, as well as post-game with a recap and highlights.
Each Saturday starting at 8:00 PM ET, NFL Network presents NFL 100 Game of the Week Classics, a block of programming looking back at a designated NFL 100 Game of the Week utilizing NFL Films' vault to revisit and reflect on the pivotal moments that shaped each historical matchup.?
Provided below is the weekend programming schedule for NFL Network during the 2019 NFL regular season (times provided in Eastern Standard Time):