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2020 NFL Schedule: A complete list of primetime games

NFL: Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

The 2020 NFL Schedule is out, and if we have a season at all, it is supposed to begin on September 10th at Arrowhead Stadium. Fans or no fans, the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs will host the Houston Texans, who will probably be blocked from any more stupid trades for fear they may make opening night extremely non-competitive.

We know that the Seattle Seahawks have four primetime games, but the maximum (without the TBD flexed Sunday Night Football game in Week 17) is five. The New England Patriots, San Francisco 49ers, Los Angeles Rams, Kansas City Chiefs, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Dallas Cowboys, Baltimore Ravens, and Green Bay Packers all hit the max.

See what tickles your fancy, then scratch your head as to why we’re subject to three more New York Giants primetime appearances.

Thursday Night Football on FOX/NFL Network/Amazon (all kickoffs 5:20 PM PT)

Sept. 17: Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns (NFL Network only)

Sept. 24: Miami Dolphins at Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL Network only)

Oct. 1: Denver Broncos at New York Jets (NFL Network only)

Oct. 8: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Chicago Bears

Oct. 15: Kansas City Chiefs at Buffalo Bills

Oct. 22: New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles

Oct. 29: Atlanta Falcons at Carolina Panthers

Nov. 5: Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers

Nov. 12: Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans

Nov. 19: Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks

Dec. 3: Dallas Cowboys at Baltimore Ravens

Dec. 10: New England Patriots at Los Angeles Rams

Dec. 17: Los Angeles Chargers at Las Vegas Raiders

Dec. 19 (Sat): Two TBA games (NFL Network only, kickoff times TBD)

Dec. 25 (Fri): Minnesota Vikings at New Orleans Saints (1:30 PM PT)

Dec. 26 (Sat): Two TBA games (NFL Network only, kickoff times TBD)

Sunday Night Football on NBC (all kickoffs 5:20 PM PT)

Sept. 10 (Thurs): Houston Texans at Kansas City Chiefs

Sept. 13: Dallas Cowboys at Los Angeles Rams

Sept. 20: New England Patriots at Seattle Seahawks

Sept. 27: Green Bay Packers at New Orleans Saints

Oct. 4: Philadelphia Eagles at San Francisco 49ers

Oct. 11: Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks

Oct. 18: Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers

Oct. 25: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Las Vegas Raiders

Nov. 1: Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles

Nov. 8: New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Nov. 15: Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots

Nov. 22: Kansas City Chiefs at Las Vegas Raiders

Nov. 26 (Thurs, Thanksgiving): Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers

Nov. 29: Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers

Dec. 6: Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs

Dec. 13: Pittsburgh Steelers at Buffalo Bills

Dec. 20: San Francisco 49ers at Dallas Cowboys

Dec. 27: Tennessee Titans at Green Bay Packers

Jan. 3: TBD

Note: SNF games can be flexed out starting Week 5.

Monday Night Football on ESPN (all kickoffs 5:15 PM PT unless otherwise noted)

Sept 14: Pittsburgh Steelers at New York Giants (4:10 PM); Tennessee Titans at Denver Broncos (7:15 PM)

Sept. 21: New Orleans Saints at Las Vegas Raiders (simulcast on ABC)

Sept. 28: Kansas City Chiefs at Baltimore Ravens

Oct. 5: Atlanta Falcons at Green Bay Packers

Oct. 12: Los Angeles Chargers at New Orleans Saints

Oct. 19: Arizona Cardinals at Dallas Cowboys

Oct. 26: Chicago Bears at Los Angeles Rams

Nov. 2: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New York Giants

Nov. 9: New England Patriots at New York Jets

Nov. 16: Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears

Nov. 23: Los Angeles Rams at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Nov. 30: Seattle Seahawks at Philadelphia Eagles

Dec. 7: Buffalo Bills at San Francisco 49ers

Dec. 14: Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns

Dec. 21: Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals

Dec. 28: Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots