What you need to know about the 2017 season
The 2017 NFL season has begun.
Nowhere is the excitement more evident than at the Super Bowl, which will take place Feb. 7 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.
With the league’s first Super Bowl in the U.S. since 2006, it’s been an incredible journey to date.
But it’s all coming to a close now, and it’s time to reflect on the year we had and the players we have to thank for making it happen.
The 2017 NFL regular season ended in a tie between the Green Bay Packers and New Orleans Saints.
The game was played in Atlanta and New York, respectively, and was played on national television.
The Packers defeated the Saints 21-17 in overtime, with the game being broadcast on CBS, the league said in a statement.
It was the third time this season that the NFL has played on CBS.
On Sunday, Jan. 11, the New Orleans Pelicans defeated the Minnesota Timberwolves, 27-20, in overtime.
The overtime period ended with the Pelicans leading, 51-48, with 8:07 remaining.
The Timberwolves scored three consecutive points to take the lead for good at the half.
The first week of the season was a busy one for the NFL.
The New England Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks, 38-20 on Sunday.
On Sunday, Dec. 20, the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Denver Broncos, 35-23, in Denver.
The Houston Texans beat the Tennessee Titans, 24-17, on Sunday, Nov. 27.
The Texans won the game, 34-30, in Nashville.
The Denver Broncos defeated the Kansas City Chiefs, 28-17 on Sunday night.
The Chiefs scored on their final possession of the game with 3:49 left, and the Broncos tied the game at 29-29.
The Denver Broncos won the contest, 27 to 28.
The Philadelphia Eagles beat the New York Giants, 30-28, in Los Angeles.
The Dallas Cowboys defeated the Miami Dolphins, 20-17.
The Green Bay Panthers defeated the Carolina Panthers, 17-13.
The Atlanta Falcons defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers, 28