Published: Fri, April 21, 2017
U.S. | By Eddie Scott

NFL Schedule Released For All 32 Teams

NFL Schedule Released For All 32 Teams

The Patriots will begin their title defense on September 7 at home in what's become the traditional Thursday-night, nationally-televised opener, facing the Kansas City Chiefs - the team for which North Attleboro native Anthony Sherman has played for the past four seasons.

The most hard stretch for any team belongs to the Raiders, who will play five teams between Weeks 11 and 15 that had a combined.738 winning percentage in 2016.

Last season the Raiders faced the Houston Texans in Mexico City November 21st on Monday Night Football. The team will then fly across the country on short rest for an early start time against a non-conference opponent one week before hosting Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.

Key questions for Raiders fans include finding out when they'll play the world champion New England Patriots in Mexico City, and when will they play their first game in Los Angeles since 1994? Keep an eye on that Broncos game; if Denver stinks this year, that game will get bumped and the Patriots will play the Steelers in primetime.

The Thursday night season-opener is the one Thursday night game teams want to see on their schedules.

As it stands right now, the Chiefs are currently seven-point underdogs against New England in Week 1.

Week 4 - vs Panthers - Sun.

The Atlanta Falcons, beaten by New England in the Super Bowl in February, will have to wait until Week 7 for a shot at revenge when they visit the Patriots on October 22. Week 5 - at Buccaneers - Thurs.

The schedule will be announced at 5 p.m. PT on the NFL Network. Week 6 - at Jets - Sun. Week 7 - vs Falcons - Sun. Week 8 - vs Chargers - Sun. The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook gives them 25-1 odds to win Super Bowl LII, tied for 11th-best in the NFL. Week 9 - Bye Week Week 10 - at Broncos - Sun. The Chargers will play 12 miles away in the StubHub Center, a soccer stadium that will seat 30,000 for football.

Week 11: Sunday, Nov. 19, vs.

Week 13: Sunday, Dec. 3, vs.

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