For the first time in more than a decade, the NFL’s 2020 schedule will be posted on the NFL’s official website, as well as on NFL.com and NFL Network. Should games on the 2020 NFL schedule be postponed or canceled, the opening weekend of the regular season will begin on September 1, subject to a delayed start to the season.
2020 NFL Football Schedule
The league hopes that will remain the case despite the schedule – related challenges it faces as the coronavirus pandemic continues to cast a shadow of doubt on live sports. That would mean the entire 2019 NFL season would be played as scheduled, with the exception of the first two weeks of October.
The Giants’ 2020 regular ESPN schedule includes two home games on Monday night, including a home game against the New York Jets and an away game at the Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles finish their season against Washington, with the first match on the road and the second at home. This is the third year in a row that the Giants have two Monday night games at their home stadium, this time at MetLife Stadium.
There is no doubt that Ron Rivera’s team will look very different in this match, but it is the first time in the team’s history that they will face an NFC East team.
The New England Patriots announced tonight their schedule for the 2020 NFL season, which features six nationally televised games against six playoff teams from 2019, including all of last season’s Super Bowl participants. The Patriots will play one game against each AFC West and NFC West club, while they will play twice against an AFC East opponent and play two games against NFC East opponents, one against the AFC South and one each against AFC North and AFC Central teams.
With the draft coming up next week, you can get ready to find out who the Texans will play against in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft and the second round.