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There are up to 16 games played each week during the NFL season, and each one has a crucial moment, a turning point, that plays a large role in the game's outcome. As the title suggests, "NFL Turning Point" examines those crucial moments for two games each week. Hosted by Dan Patrick, the show utilizes NFL Films' unprecedented access and unique cinematography to analyze the games' turning points from numerous angles. The show often features games involving the two teams scheduled to play each other in the upcoming week's marquee Sunday night game.

Latest episodes

aired 71 days ago
Focusing on the crucial "turning point" moments from the postseason that ultimately defined the outcome of a game. Plus, anatomy of a play, sideline sounds, and more.
aired 106 days ago
Highlights from week 17 of the NFL schedule.
aired 112 days ago
Focusing on the crucial "turning point" moments from Week 16 that ultimately defined the outcome of a game. Plus, anatomy of a play, sideline sounds, and more.
aired 119 days ago
Focusing on the crucial "turning point" moments from Week 15 that ultimately defined the outcome of a game. Plus, anatomy of a play, sideline sounds, and more.
aired 127 days ago
Focusing on the crucial "turning point" moments from Week 14 that ultimately defined the outcome of a game. Plus, anatomy of a play, sideline sounds, and more.
aired 133 days ago
Focusing on the crucial "turning point" moments from Week 13 that ultimately defined the outcome of a game. Plus, anatomy of a play, sideline sounds, and more.
aired 142 days ago
Focusing on the crucial "turning point" moments from Week 12 that ultimately defined the outcome of a game. Plus, anatomy of a play, sideline sounds, and more.
aired 150 days ago
Focusing on the crucial "turning point" moments from Week 11 that ultimately defined the outcome of a game. Plus, anatomy of a play, sideline sounds, and more.
aired 155 days ago
Focusing on the crucial "turning point" moments from Week 10 that ultimately defined the outcome of a game. Plus, anatomy of a play, sideline sounds, and more.
aired 164 days ago
Focusing on the crucial "turning point" moments from Week 9 that ultimately defined the outcome of a game. Plus, anatomy of a play, sideline sounds, and more.
aired 170 days ago
Focusing on the crucial "turning point" moments from Week 8 that ultimately defined the outcome of a game. Plus, anatomy of a play, sideline sounds, and more.
aired 178 days ago
Focusing on the crucial "turning point" moments from Week 7 that ultimately defined the outcome of a game. Plus, anatomy of a play, sideline sounds, and more.
aired 183 days ago
Focusing on the crucial "turning point" moments from Week 6 that ultimately defined the outcome of a game. Plus, anatomy of a play, sideline sounds, and more.
aired 190 days ago
Focusing on the crucial "turning point" moments from Week 5 that ultimately defined the outcome of a game. Plus, anatomy of a play, sideline sounds, and more.
aired 193 days ago
From NRG Stadium in Houston, February 5, 2017.
aired 199 days ago
From Feb. 2, 2014.
aired 199 days ago
Focusing on the crucial "turning point" moments from Week 4 that ultimately defined the outcome of a game. Plus, anatomy of a play, sideline sounds, and more.
aired 203 days ago
Focusing on the crucial "turning point" moments from Week 3 that ultimately defined the outcome of a game. Plus, anatomy of a play, sideline sounds, and more.
aired 203 days ago
The crucial "turning point" moments that ultimately defined the outcome of Super Bowl 50; featuring anatomy-of-a-play-type segments and long-form, game-of-the-week-style narratives.
aired 206 days ago
The crucial moment from Super Bowl XLIX is examined using in-depth highlights and audio clips from NFL Films.
aired 207 days ago
The crucial "turning point" moments that ultimately defined the outcome of Super Bowl LII.

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