NFL to release 2019 schedule on Wednesday night

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The 2019 NFL schedule is almost here.

The league will announce the schedule on Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET.

We already know every team’s home and road opponents, but we don’t know the dates, times and nationally televised game schedule.

We do know that the season will start with Packers at Bears on Thursday, September 5 on NBC. The Super Bowl champion Patriots are expected to host the opening Sunday night.

12 responses to “NFL to release 2019 schedule on Wednesday night

  1. I’m betting on Browns at Patriots to open. AFC Title game rematch and a Dallas/NE tilt are games you save for later in the year. As is a Steeler matchup. Outside shots at seeing the Patriots on night one are both the New York teams. Both because its a New York/Boston matchup. Giants because of the past Super Bowls and they are historically close games. The Jets because, new coach, new gear, and new hope.

  2. So many people plan for vacation time, travel plans, flight plans, and purchase of game tickets. This is why it is a big deal. Add in MNF, Sunday, Christmas, and Thursday night games, fans who attend the games find this a critical date.

    I suspect people who don’t find this date important don’t go to many football games at home or away.

  3. One of my favorite nfl days… hitting every nfl stadium to see my browns… foxbourough, San Fran and Arizona this year! Go Browns

  4. I can’t attend games in person, but I still look forward to the announcement of the schedule. I put my team’s games and other games I care about on the calendar so I don’t accidentally schedule something else for those times. I kinda doubt I’m the only one who does that.

  5. emizak says:
    April 16, 2019 at 10:33 am
    I can’t attend games in person, but I still look forward to the announcement of the schedule. I put my team’s games and other games I care about on the calendar so I don’t accidentally schedule something else for those times. I kinda doubt I’m the only one who does that.

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    Unless my teams starts out 0-4 with injuries to significant players. Then, I look for other things to do during their games.

  6. I’ll probably hit up a preseason game. Won’t be able to afford a regular season game ticket unless the team stinks and attendance is low.

  7. Please not the Jets and Lions. We already know they will be at the bottom of their divisions.

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