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2020 NFL schedule release: Here’s a running list of every game leak and rumor, including Tom Brady’s debut – CBS Sports


The launch of the NFL schedule just isn’t a vacation, but it likely should really be, because we definitely address it like 1 right here at CBSSports.com. Not only do we have a live website going for Thursday’s release of the NFL schedule (simply click right here to check it out), but we also have a operating tally of every single game that is been leaked so significantly. 

Generally, you happen to be heading to want to bookmark this web page and test again each so frequently to uncover out what the latest leaks are. Over the class of the day, hopefully we’ll be in a position to response some key thoughts like: Who will the Raiders host for their initially sport in Vegas? Who’s actively playing on Thanksgiving? Who will be the first going to team to perform a sport at the new stadium in Los Angeles? 

The very best component is that we have presently answered several important concerns like who the Chiefs will be participating in the NFL’s once-a-year Thursday evening opener and who Tom Brady will be taking part in towards in his Buccaneers debut. And in a shock, apparently we are acquiring a Friday football match this period!

Alright, enough of that, let us get to the leaks. 

Basically, in advance of we do that, here’s a swift note: Maintain in brain that the routine you see under is based on leaks and that very little is formal until the NFL announces the timetable at eight p.m. ET. Also, be absolutely sure to be part of us on CBS Athletics HQ beginning at six p.m. ET as we split down everything you need to have to know about the plan. You can discover the website link for our protection by clicking in this article.  

If you’ve designed it this considerably, congratulations, here’s your prize: A glimpse at each game that’s leaked out so significantly. 

Week 1 (Sept. 10-14)

Thursday, Sept. 10 
Texans at Chiefs (Source)

Sunday, Sept. thirteen
Bears at Lions (Source)
Colts at Jaguars (Supply)
Jets at Expenditures (Supply)
Dolphins at Patriots (Source)
Eagles at Redskins (Supply)
Buccaneers at Saints (Resource)
Raiders at Panthers (Source)
Packers at Vikings (Supply)
Cowboys at Rams, eight:twenty p.m. ET (Supply)

Monday, Sept. fourteen
Titans at Broncos, late video game (Supply)

Week 2 (Sept. seventeen-21)

Sunday, Sept. 20
Lions at Packers (Resource)
Jaguars at Titans (Supply)
Expenditures at Dolphins (Resource)
Giants at Bears (Source)
Falcons at Cowboys (Resource)

Monday, Sept. 21
Saints at Raiders (Supply)

Week 3 (Sept. 24-28)

Thursday, Sept. 24
Dolphins at Jaguars (Supply)

Sunday, Sept. 27
Packers at Saints (Source)
Chiefs at Ravens (Supply)
Bears at Falcons (Supply)

7 days four (Oct. 1-five)

Sunday, Oct. 4
Jaguars at Bengals (Supply)
Saints at Lions (Source)
Colts at Bears (Source)

Week 5 (Oct. eight-12)

Thursday, Oct. eight
Buccaneers at Bears (Resource)

Sunday, Oct. 11
Jaguar at Texans (Resource)

Monday, Oct. 12
Chargers at Saints (Source)

Week six (Oct. 15-19)

Sunday, Oct. eighteen
Lions at Jaguars (Resource)
Bears at Panthers (Resource)
Vikings at Seahawks, 8:20 p.m. ET (Source)

7 days 7 (Oct. 22-26)

Sunday, Oct. 25
Panthers at Saints  (Resource)
Buccaneers at Raiders, eight:20 p.m. ET (Resource)

Monday, Oct. 26
Bears at Rams (Supply)

Week eight (Oct. 29-Nov. two)

Thursday, Oct. 29
Falcons at Panthers (Source)

Sunday, Nov. one
Patriots at Expenditures (Resource)
Jaguars at Chargers (Resource)
Saints at Bears  (Source)

Monday, Nov. 2
Buccaneers at Giants  (Source)

7 days nine (Nov. five-nine)

Sunday, Nov. eight
Bears at Titans (Resource)
Saints at Buccaneers (Supply)
Texans at Jaguars (Supply)

Monday, Nov. 9
Patriots at Jets (Resource)

Week ten (Nov. 12-16)

Sunday, Nov. 15
Broncos at Raiders (Source)
49ers at Saints (Resource)
Jaguars at Packers (Supply)

Monday, Nov. 16 
Vikings at Bears (Supply)

Week 11 (Nov. 19-23)

Sunday, Nov. 22
Steelers at Jaguars (Resource)
Falcons at Saints  (Supply)

Week twelve (Nov. 26-thirty)

Thursday, Nov. 26 (Thanksgiving)
TBA at Lions
Redskins at Cowboys (Resource)

Sunday, Nov. 29
Browns at Jaguars (Source)
Chiefs at Buccaneers (Supply) 
Saints at Broncos  (Supply)
Bears at Packers, 8:20 p.m. ET (Source)

7 days thirteen (Dec. 3-seven)

Sunday, Dec. 6
Eagles at Packers (Supply)
Jaguars at Vikings (Resource)
Saints at Falcons  (Supply)
Lions at Bears (Resource)

Week fourteen (Dec. ten-fourteen)

Sunday, Dec. thirteen
Titans at Jaguars (Supply)
Steelers at Payments (Resource)
Saints at Eagles  (Supply)
Texans at Bears (Source)

7 days fifteen (Dec. seventeen-21)

Saturday, Dec. 19 (Saturday online games could be flexed to Sunday)
Panthers at Packers (Resource)

Sunday, Dec. 20
Jaguars at Ravens (Supply)
Chiefs at Saints, four:25 p.m. ET (Source)
Bears at Vikings (Source)

Week 16 (Dec. 24-28)

Friday, Dec. 25
Vikings at Saints (Source)

Sunday, Dec. 27
Bears at Jaguars (Resource)
Panthers at Redskins (Source)

7 days seventeen (Jan. three)

Sunday, Jan. 3
Packers at Bears (Resource)
Dolphins at Bills (Source)
Jets at Patriots
Jaguars at Colts (Resource)
Saints at Panthers (Supply)
Buccaneers-Falcons (Locale TBA)
Texans-Titans (Place TBA)
Vikings-Lions (Spot TBA)

NFL Playoffs 

Wild Card Spherical (Jan. 9-10)
Divisional Round (Jan. sixteen-seventeen)
Championship Sunday (Jan. 23)

Tremendous Bowl LV (CBS)

Sunday, Feb. seven (Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay)

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