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2014 NFL preseason schedule


Here is the 2014 NFL preseason schedule as furnished by the league on April 9. Exact dates and times for some games have not yet been announced:

NFL Hall of Fame Game: Sunday, August 3.

N.Y. Giants vs. Buffalo (NBC).

Week One: Thursday, August 7 through Sunday, August 10.

Buffalo at Carolina.

Cincinnati at Kansas City.

Cleveland at Detroit.

Dallas at San Diego.

Green Bay at Tennessee.

Houston at Arizona.

Indianapolis at N.Y. Jets.

Miami at Atlanta.

New England at Washington.

New Orleans at St. Louis.

Oakland at Minnesota.

Philadelphia at Chicago.

Pittsburgh at N.Y. Giants.

San Francisco at Baltimore.

Seattle at Denver.

Tampa Bay at Jacksonville.

Week Two: Thursday, August 14 through Monday, August 18.

Jacksonville at Chicago (ESPN, 8/14).

Kansas City at Carolina (FOX, 8/17).

Cleveland at Washington (ESPN, 8/18).

Arizona at Minnesota.

Atlanta at Houston.

Baltimore at Dallas.

Buffalo at Pittsburgh.

Denver at San Francisco.

Detroit at Oakland.

Green Bay at St. Louis.

Miami at Tampa Bay.

N.Y. Giants at Indianapolis.

N.Y. Jets at Cincinnati.

Philadelphia at New England.

San Diego at Seattle.

Tennessee at New Orleans.

Week Three: Thursday, August 21 through Sunday, August 24.

Oakland at Green Bay (CBS, 8/22).

New Orleans at Indianapolis (CBS, 8/23).

San Diego at San Francisco (FOX, 8/24).

Cincinnati at Arizona (NBC, 8/24).

Pittsburgh at Philadelphia.

Jacksonville at Detroit.

Tennessee at Atlanta.

Chicago at Seattle.

Tampa Bay at Buffalo.

Dallas at Miami.

Carolina at New England.

N.Y. Giants at N.Y. Jets.

Washington at Baltimore.

St. Louis at Cleveland.

Houston at Denver.

Minnesota at Kansas City.

Week Four: Thursday, August 28. ***

Arizona at San Diego.

Atlanta at Jacksonville.

Baltimore at New Orleans.

Carolina at Pittsburgh.

Chicago at Cleveland.

Denver at Dallas.

Detroit at Buffalo.

Indianapolis at Cincinnati.

Kansas City at Green Bay.

Minnesota at Tennessee.

New England at N.Y. Giants.

N.Y. Jets at Philadelphia.

San Francisco at Houston.

Seattle at Oakland.

St. Louis at Miami.

Washington at Tampa Bay.

*** — According to the NFL, teams can elect to play the final preseason game on Friday, August 29.

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16 Responses to “2014 NFL preseason schedule”
  1. 87hollywoodhorn says: Apr 9, 2014 3:51 PM

    I love the preseason. Dont wanna see these games go nowhere.
    The tickets are cheap if you are buying them on the resale market.
    If you watch them on TV you get to watch and analyze training camp competition.
    Theyre valuable for teams in evaluating talent and finalizing their rosters.
    And this year theyre trying out rule changes, thats sick brah!

  2. twinetime22 says: Apr 9, 2014 3:52 PM

    I don’t understand why the Hawks are playing three regular season opponents (broncos, chargers, raiders) during the preseason as well. Just seems odd.

  3. kimbo71006 says: Apr 9, 2014 3:53 PM

    Woo-hoo! Saints going 4-0 in pre-season this year, great schedule. Undefeated in the dome so those two are a lock and the other two–a cake walk!


  4. chargerfan619sd says: Apr 9, 2014 3:56 PM


  5. jjackwagon says: Apr 9, 2014 4:10 PM

    How come the HOF game is always garbage? They should move the HOF game to mid-season and flex it to a game between to contenders.

  6. greatestryan says: Apr 9, 2014 4:14 PM

    Are we really commenting on the release of the preseason schedule? We need to get lives!

  7. kingbrees9 says: Apr 9, 2014 4:18 PM

    Good preseason for the saints were playing some good defenses to test our offense

  8. broncosnative says: Apr 9, 2014 4:35 PM

    Really NFL? You have the broncos playing the two NFC west teams in both preseason and regular season? You couldn’t find two other teams that not on our rgular season schedule, this just messes up the broncos-Seahawks SB rematch because the hype won’t be there. Come the regular season match it’ll be oh these two teams met in denver for the preseason already instead of the last time the two teams met, the hawks blew out the broncos for their first SB win

  9. bobzilla1001 says: Apr 9, 2014 4:35 PM

    I have a life: Eat, drink and think football. It’s the shortest season in professional sports.
    Those who watch 10 months of meaningless hockey and basketball games are the ones in need of a life…

  10. dolphinfan17 says: Apr 9, 2014 5:08 PM

    Preseason is just an extra chance to injure your players. It should only be backups fighting for roster spots. But…. still excited to see footballs return!

  11. crm0055 says: Apr 9, 2014 5:37 PM

    Preseason tickets should NOT be the same price as the regular season tickets.

  12. rextraordinaire says: Apr 9, 2014 7:03 PM

    What is this now, 11, 12 years in a row that the Bears and Browns played each other in the preseason? I know a lot of teams agree in play in the preseason on their own, but you’d think one of the teams would get bored with the other by now.

  13. pkaiser59 says: Apr 9, 2014 7:44 PM

    Can’t wait!!!! I know it’s still early, but I’m definitely ready for some football!!!!
    Bring it on!!!!!

  14. thelastpieceofcheese says: Apr 10, 2014 2:10 PM

    The pre-season record should be the first tie breaker for the playoffs.

  15. rick359 says: Apr 10, 2014 3:58 PM

    LOL Seattle at Denver, week 1!

  16. lakid824 says: Apr 10, 2014 6:13 PM

    So AFC West vs. NFC West in the preseason and regular season? I’m loving this!

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