2020 NFL Schedule released

By Kevin Kelley -

The 2020 NFL Schedule has officially been released. Regular season football kicks off on Thursday, September 10 with the Kansas City Chiefs hosting the Houston Texans (8:30pm ET, NBC).

Sunday Night Football in Week 1 will feature the Los Angeles Rams hosting the Dallas Cowbys. The game is set for Sunday, Sept. 13 at 8:20pm ET on NBC.

The first Monday Night Football matchup of the 2020 NFL schedule features a doubleheader (Sept. 14). The Pittsburgh Steelers play at the New York Giants (7:15pm ET, ESPN) followed by the Tennessee Titans at the Denver Broncos (10:10pm ET, ESPN).

Thanksgiving Day features three matchups — Houston at Detroit, Washington at Dallas, and Baltimore at Pittsburgh.

The NFL Playoff Schedule is slated to begin on Saturday, Jan. 9, 2021 with the Wild-Card Round. Super Bowl LV is scheduled for Sunday, February 7, 2021 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla.

On Thursday, August 6, the NFL Preseason Schedule kicks off with the Dallas Cowboys taking on the Pittsburgh Steelers in the NFL/Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio (8:00pm ET, NBC).

Tickets for the 2020 NFL season are now on sale. You can buy your NFL Tickets via our partner StubHub.

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I guess they want to go against likely a basketball game but more power to those in NFL for pulling this move

For those who might not know, the N.O. @ L.V. game is being simulcast on ABC as it will mark the 50th Anniversary of the debut of Monday Night Football.

Nfl network what a joke they hide their shows and network any where Att had the nfl network and right before the draft was in nashville they pulled the NfL channel out of the nashville market , They exclaimed its on espn which I had the NFL network cause I thought it was better Since pu;;ing the NFL network off uverse I haven’t found it any where with consistence … I have noticed that they tend to screw over teams they dont consider big market like the did Nashville . So who ever is running NFL NETWORK needs to check he seems to be missing the boat