Schedules Out For the 2013 NFL Season
Every year NFL fans enjoy their Christmas Eve to the NFL Draft in which the schedules are released.
Fans and players alike pay close attention to the schedules that are released calculating wins and losses and looking at all the eventual matchups.
Some notable games include.
The Sunday night season opener is the New York Giants at the Dallas Cowboys, and the Monday night doubleheader is Philadelphia at Washington, then Houston at San Diego.
The Buffalo Bills annual home game in Toronto will be against the Atlanta Falcons on Dec. 1. Will it be Jackson or Kolb at QB for Buffalo?
London will host two matches: Minnesota v. Pittsburgh on Sept. 29, and Jacksonville v. San Francisco on Oct. 27.
On Thanksgiving Day, Detroit will host Green Bay and Dallas at will host the Oakland Raiders. Pittsburgh will play at Baltimore on Thanksgiving night.
Monday Night Football games of note...
Minnesota at New York on October 21st, Chicago at Green Bay November 4th, San Francisco at Washington on Nov. 25th, Saints at Seahawks on December 2nd and Atlanta at San Francisco on the Monday Night Football finale December 23th.
Plus there are numerous scenarios that are intriguing with this years NFL Season.
Andy Reid returns to Philadelphia, Peyton v. Eli, as well as Peyton back in Indy as the Bronco's QB.
So let your schedule deciphering begin as you get to dissect your favorite teams schedule.