A good place to start is watching the top events from around the country on Netflix.
For example, the Seattle Seahawks have had some great games this year, and the Boston Celtics, who haven’t won a playoff series in quite a while, have also had some good moments.
But if you want to know what’s coming next, we’ve created a list of the top football events for the next few weeks.
Here’s how you can find out.
Bears vs. Steelers – Sunday, January 8 at 1:00 p.m.
ET on NFL NetworkThe Chicago Bears and Pittsburgh Steelers are the two most-anticipated teams in football right now.
The Bears beat the Steelers 38-27 on Sunday.
The Steelers beat the Bears 38-30 in Week 1.
The Steelers have a long history of winning in Chicago, having won the first three games in the series since 1985.
The last time they won on the road was in 2012, when they defeated the Bears 34-14 in a game that went into overtime.
The Bears and Steelers are two of the most-talked about teams in the NFL, and they’ve been playing each other for the last few seasons.
The rivalry has even spawned an unofficial rivalry: the Chicago Bears vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Bears kicker Matt Prater, who kicked the game-winning field goal, will be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
“This is going to be a great game for both of us,” Prater said.
“The stakes are huge.”
The Bears won the game 34-29 on a kick return that was returned for a touchdown by Ryan Grant.
In the last decade, the Bears and the Steelers have had a pretty rough history.
The most recent time they met was in 2014 when the Bears won 35-30.
For the last several years, the two teams have been embroiled in controversy.
In 2016, the Chicago-based Bears team was fined $1.5 million for an alleged sexual assault that took place on a female trainer.
The trainer was charged with sexual battery, sexual assault and unlawful restraint after she was seen with Prater while the team was training.
Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin called the alleged incident a “distraction” and said he has never seen a team in his 25-year career.