The NFL is continuing to move on as if this year’s season will still happen, as they league has released the official schedules for all 32 teams.
The season will kick off on Thursday, September 10th, with a match-up between the champion Kansas City Chiefs and the Houston Texans (8:20 P.M. ET, NBC), a rematch from the playoffs where the Chiefs overcame a 24-point deficit in the second quarter to win it.
The opening double-header for Monday Night Football will be the Pittsburgh Steelers at the New York Giants (7:10 P.M. EST, ESPN) and then the Tennessee Titans at the Denver Broncos (10:20 P.M. EST, ESPN).
Other notable week one match-ups include Drew Brees taking on the new Tom Brady-led Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a game that sees tw future hall of fame quarterbacks going at it.
If you want a breakdown and prediction for every team’s season, ESPN has you covered with their comprehensive analysis.
There are still plenty of unknowns around the NFL right now, with the current pandemic necessitating certain protocols and procedures to be able to be carried out if the season is to be held safely. One thing is for sure: games will most likely not have fans in attendance. A bummer, for sure, but at this point, we will take sports in any shape we can get!
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