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The NFL has made plenty of schedule changes during the 2020 season, and on Tuesday, the league announced another change for later this year. The league announced a flex-scheduling change for Week 10 on Sunday, Nov. 15, as the Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers matchup will be moved from 1 p.m. ET to 4:25 p.m. ET on FOX. 

It's also worth noting that Week 10 will have just five 1 p.m. ET matchups, and all will be on FOX. This is because Nov. 15 happens to be the same weekend where The Masters Tournament is taking place, which will be broadcasted on CBS. 

Here is a full rundown of the Week 10 schedule, via NFL Communications. Four teams are scheduled to be off that week: The Atlanta Falcons, Dallas Cowboys, Kansas City Chiefs and New York Jets.

Thursday, November 12

Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans

8:20 PM

FOX/NFLN/Amazon

 Sunday, November 15

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Carolina Panthers

1:00 PM

FOX

Houston Texans at Cleveland Browns

1:00 PM

FOX

Washington Football Team at Detroit Lions

1:00 PM

FOX

Jacksonville Jaguars at Green Bay Packers

1:00 PM

FOX

Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants

1:00 PM

FOX

Buffalo Bills at Arizona Cardinals

4:05 PM

CBS

Denver Broncos at Las Vegas Raiders

4:05 PM

CBS

Los Angeles Chargers at Miami Dolphins

4:05 PM

CBS

Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Rams

4:25 PM

FOX

San Francisco 49ers at New Orleans Saints

4:25 PM

FOX

Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers

4:25 PM

FOX

Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots

8:20 PM

NBC

Monday, November 16

Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears

8:15 PM

ESPN

It's possible this will not be the only schedule change for Week 10, as the league has been forced to remain flexible due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Just this past week, the NFL swapped two matchups (Buccaneers-Raiders and Seahawks-Cardinals) to ensure that a potential COVID-19 positive test would not put the status of a primetime game on Sunday night in jeopardy.