Keep your snacks stocked, couches ready and foam fingers out, because America’s most popular sports league is back! Yes, we’re talking about The NFL 2020.
The schedule for the 17-week long football games has officially been released and we are going to help you keep track of it. With live updates, schedule analysis, and much more, we will make sure you don’t miss out on anything.
The schedule leaks have been making rounds on the internet for quite some time now, disclosing the much-anticipated details of who will play who. However, you can now head over to CBBSports.com to see the accredited game fixtures for yourself.
The hype around the National Football league is no joke. It is currently the wealthiest professional sports league by revenue and also brings the highest average attendance in the world.
Despite the coronavirus, the games seem to be continuing their regular season schedule; nevertheless, delays can be expected. The 256 games will all be conducted in 4 months starting from early September till late December.
Let’s take a look at all that’s in store for us, shall we?
The start to the season will be by none other than The Chiefs who will be seen hosting the Texans on 10th September for a night game.
The first Friday game of the season will be a play-off between The Saints and Vikings- the last time this happened was 11 years ago.
The first match for the SoFi Stadium is planned during the first week of the games. The Dallas Cowboys will be playing a road game in LA to face the Rams.
During week 1, Tom Brady will be making his first public appearance for Buccaneers in the away game to play the Saints.
Now that we’re talking about the Saints, let’s also mention that they’re up against the Raiders on Monday night in Week 2. This will make it their first-ever game played in Las Vegas.
With a total of 32 teams taking part in the NFL, there’s no way we can cover each one here. For that very reason, you should connect with us on CBS Sports HQ where we’ll be giving you leads on your favorite teams.
Join us there and we will narrow it all down for you.