Now that Thanksgiving is here, the weather may be getting colder, but football at all levels is starting to heat up. If you aren’t too stuffed from the turkey and pumpkin pie, SiriusXM has all of the NFL and college football you can imagine.

In the NFL, divisional races are starting to shake out. Though some — like the New Orleans Saints and Los Angeles Rams — are running away with their respective divisions, others are significantly closer and could remain that way through Week 17. Check out SiriusXM’s complete NFL schedule by clicking the following button.

This Sunday night, the Packers and Vikings face off for a rivalry game that could go a long way in catching the Bears atop the NFC North, and puts the winner in a much more comfortable spot for one of the two NFC Wild Card games.

Switching conferences, the Dolphins square off against the red-hot Colts in a game that puts the winner in pole position to make the playoffs. With both teams sitting at 5-5, Indy hopes to make the playoffs for the first time since 2014, while Miami looks to make only their third playoff appearance since 2001.

In college football, it’s Rivalry Week for many across the country. Classic rivalries like Alabama-Auburn and Michigan-Ohio State have shaped up to be not only great games on the field, but games that carry a lot in terms of potential College Football Playoff implications. Though others like Florida State-Florida or Georgia Tech-Georgia may not look close on paper, we all know those are the games that ultimately trip up the teams who are supposed to run away with it. Check out SiriusXM’s full NCAA football schedule by clicking the following button.

Don’t miss a second of analysis of any of these rivalry games this weekend by tuning in to SiriusXM’s ESPNU Radio (Ch. 84)!

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