The NFL released their schedule for all 32 teams for 2021. With this year’s move to 17 regular-season games, the preseason now consists of three games per team (in addition to the Hall of Fame Game).
Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Dallas Cowboys will be opening up the season on Thursday night in Dallas, Texas. Also, Brady will be visiting Foxborough when they play against the New England Patriots in Week 4.
Here a few highlights:
Notable Dates set:
Week 4: Tom Brady’s return to New England
Week 1: Sam Darnold Bowl
Week 7: QB Swap Matchup of Lions vs. Rams
Week 9: Cam Newton at Panthers
Week 16: Christmas games (CLE at GB & IND at ARI)
Week 4: #1 Picks Bowl, Lawrence vs. Burrow on TNF
Monday Night Football Schedule:
Sunday Night Football Schedule:
Thursday Night Football Schedule:
Wk1: DALvsTB (NBC)
Wk12: BUFvsNO (Thanksgiving)
Amount of primetime games by team:
5: GB, NO, DAL, SEA, PIT, BAL, LAR, SF, KC, TB
4: CHI, MIN, LV, IND, BUF
3: NYG, NE, LAC, TEN, CLE, ARI, WFT
2: PHI, MIA
1: NYJ, DET, JAX, CIN, HOU, CAR, DEN, ATL
What are your thoughts of the 2021 NFL Season Schedule?
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