NFL Week 18 games live on Sky Sports: Patriots @ Bills, Giants @ Eagles, Lions @ Packers on Sunday | NFL News


On the final NFL Sunday of the regular season, the Patriots travel to the Bills and need a win to earn a playoff spot. the Eagles can secure the NFC no. with a home win over the Giants

Last updated: 8/1/23 5:45 am

The playoff spots are at stake when the NFL regular season ends live on Sky Sports this weekend

The playoff spots are at stake when the NFL regular season ends live on Sky Sports this weekend

The New England Patriots need to win to secure a playoff berth in the AFC when they travel to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, one of the Week 18 games, which will be shown live on Sky Sports.

The game will be the Bills’ first after the on-field cardiac arrest suffered by Damar Hamlin during their Monday night game with the Cincinnati Bengals. Hamlin remains in hospital in critical condition but is showing “signs of improvement”.

The Buffalo Bills trained Thursday for the first time since teammate Damar Hamlin suffered an on-field cardiac arrest during a game against the Cincinnati Bengals

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The Buffalo Bills trained Thursday for the first time since teammate Damar Hamlin suffered an on-field cardiac arrest during a game against the Cincinnati Bengals

The Buffalo Bills trained Thursday for the first time since teammate Damar Hamlin suffered an on-field cardiac arrest during a game against the Cincinnati Bengals

The NFL has since announced that the postponed Bills-Bengals game will not be resumed or repeated, meaning both teams already guaranteed their playoff spots will determine their seedings based on winning percentage.

NFL Week 18 games live on Sky Sports

NFL Sunday New England Patriots @ Buffalo Bills Sunday, 6 p.m., Sky Sports NFL & Main Event
New York Giants @ Philadelphia Eagles Sunday, 9:25 p.m. Sky Sports NFL & Main Event
NFL Red Zone week 18 Sunday, 6 p.m., Sky Sports Mix
Football on Sunday night Detroit Lions @ Green Bay Packers Monday, 1:20 p.m., Sky Sports NFL & Main Event

After the action in Buffalo (kick-off 6:00 p.m.) we travel to Philadelphia for the end of the season of the Eagles against the New York Giants (kick-off 9:25 p.m.). The home team must win to become No. 1, a bye in the first round and home field advantage in the playoffs. Meanwhile, the Giants are already number 6 in the NFC.

Can the Philadelphia Eagles become the NFC No. 1 with a home win over the New York Giants?

Can the Philadelphia Eagles become the NFC No. 1 with a home win over the New York Giants?

Should the Eagles lose a third straight game, that opens the door for the San Francisco 49ers to claim the top seed in the conference, or the Dallas Cowboys, who also gave the Eagles the NFC East with a win and a loss in Philadelphia Division would pinch off.

As well as live action on Sky Sports NFL and Main Event, you can keep up with events in all other games via NFL RedZone on Sky Sports Mix (from 6pm) as playoff spots are won and lost on the final day of the game the regular season.

A look at the Green Bay Packers' four-game winning streak that set the stage for a potential winner-takes-all game against the Detroit Lions

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A look at the Green Bay Packers’ four-game winning streak that set the stage for a potential winner-takes-all game against the Detroit Lions

A look at the Green Bay Packers’ four-game winning streak that set the stage for a potential winner-takes-all game against the Detroit Lions

To wrap up Sunday night’s triple header, we’re catching up with our friends over at NBC for Football Night in America and a massive game at Lambeau Field, where the Green Bay Packers host the Detroit Lions (kick-off, Monday, 1:20 a.m.). The Packers secure a playoff berth with a win, while a Lions win would claim the last remaining wildcard spot in the NFC, assuming the Seattle Seahawks lose their previous game to the Los Angeles Rams.

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