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2019 NFL Regular Season Schedule: The complete primetime lineup

Minnesota Vikings v Seattle Seahawks Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images

The 2019 NFL regular season schedule is out, and chances are 99% of you only really care about the Seattle Seahawks. Good news is the post is here.

As for the rest of the NFL, there are 40+ primetime games lined up when combining Thursday Night Football, Sunday Night Football, and Monday Night Football. The Seahawks are a part of five of them, with at two apiece on SNF and MNF and one on TNF. But what about the other games that we’ll be witnessing throughout the year?

Here’s the lineup:

Thursday Night Football (NFL Network/FOX/Amazon Prime, 5:20 PM PT)

September 12th (NFL Network only): Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Carolina Panthers

September 19th (NFL Network only): Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars

September 26th: Philadelphia Eagles at Green Bay Packers

October 3rd: Los Angeles Rams at Seattle Seahawks

October 10th: New York Giants at New England Patriots

October 17th: Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos

October 24th: Washington at Minnesota Vikings

October 31st: San Francisco 49ers at Arizona Cardinals

November 7th: Los Angeles Chargers at Oakland Raiders

November 14th: Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns

November 21st: Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans

December 5th: Dallas Cowboys at Chicago Bears

December 12th: New York Jets at Baltimore Ravens

Sunday Night Football (NBC, 5:20 PM PT)

September 5th (Thu): Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears

September 8th: Pittsburgh Steelers at New England Patriots

September 15th: Philadelphia Eagles at Atlanta Falcons

September 22nd: Los Angeles Rams at Cleveland Browns

September 29th: Dallas Cowboys at New Orleans Saints

October 6th*: Indianapolis Colts at Kansas City Chiefs

October 13th*: Pittsburgh Steelers at Los Angeles Chargers

October 20th*: Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys

October 27th*: Green Bay Packers at Kansas City Chiefs

November 3rd*: New England Patriots at Baltimore Ravens

November 10th*: Minnesota Vikings at Dallas Cowboys

November 17th*: Chicago Bears at Los Angeles Rams

November 24th*: Seattle Seahawks at Philadelphia Eagles

November 28th (Thanksgiving): New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons

December 1st*: New England Patriots at Houston Texans

December 8th*: Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Rams

December 15th*: Minnesota Vikings at Los Angeles Chargers

December 22nd*: Kansas City Chiefs at Chicago Bears

December 29th*: TBA

*- (All SNF games from Week 5-17 except Thanksgiving Day are subject to flex scheduling)

Monday Night Football (ESPN, 8:15 PM PT)

September 9th: Houston Texans at New Orleans Saints (4 PM PT) | Denver Broncos at Oakland Raiders (7:15 PM PT)

September 16th: Cleveland Browns at New York Jets

September 23rd: Chicago Bears at Washington

September 30th: Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers

October 7th: Cleveland Browns at San Francisco 49ers

October 14th: Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers

October 21st: New England Patriots at New York Jets

October 28th: Miami Dolphins at Pittsburgh Steelers

November 4th: New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys

November 11th: Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers

November 18th: Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles Chargers (in Mexico City)

November 25th: Baltimore Ravens at Los Angeles Rams

December 2nd: Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks

December 9th: New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles

December 16th: Indianapolis Colts at New Orleans Saints

December 23rd: Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings

Bad luck to the Buffalo Bills, whose Thanksgiving Day game against the Dallas Cowboys is as close as any network will get to actually wanting to show them in front of a national audience.