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NFL schedule: Top 10 games to watch in 2018 Courtesy of
The 2018 NFL schedule was released on Thursday and the season starts with a bang when reigning Super Bowl champions the Philadelphia Eagles and the Atlanta Falcons go head-to-head on September 6. It will be a rematch of the 2017 divisional round between the Eagles and the Falcons following the NFL's announcement. Oakland Raiders at Denver Broncos, September 16 — Jon Gruden will just be getting his feet wet in the coaching ranks (again) and will get to take on rivals the Denver Broncos. Yahoo! Thu, Apr 19
How Will They Do This Year? – Seattle Seahawks' Schedule Prediction ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
The NFL regular season schedule has just been announced. We finally have a better sense of what this year will look like. And with that knowledge comes predictions. So here they are, my pre-draft 2018 Seattle Seahawks predictions. Week 1- Denver Broncos W The Seahawks pull out the win against the team Yahoo! Fri, Apr 20
Predicting the Seahawks' toughest games of 2018 ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
The 2018 NFL schedule was released on Thursday evening and the Seahawks appear to have one of the most difficult slates in the league. Of their first six games, four of them are on the road – including a trip across the pond to London – all before the Week Seven bye. Among the overall challenges the Yahoo! Fri, Apr 20
These are the 10 must-watch games in the NFL this season ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
The 2018 NFL season schedule was released on Thursday and the countdown to September 6 can now begin in its earnest. The new season will see some minor changes to prime time games, with Monday Night Football starting at 8:15 p.m. EST instead of 8:30 p.m. EST, while Thursday Night Football and Sunday Night Football will kick off at 8:20 p.m. EST instead of 8:30 p.m. EST and 8:25 p.m. EST respectively. Here are 10 games to keep an eye on this season (all times listed in EST) Week 1: Atlanta Falcons @ Philadelphia Eagles (Thursday, 8:20 p.m. NBC) As it’s been tradition since the 2004 season, the NFL has picked the defending Super Bowl champion in the Thursday night slot that serves as the season’s Yahoo! Fri, Apr 20
Monday Night Football: 2018 Games, Dates, Matchups Courtesy of
The NFL is back, and here's this season's slate of Monday night games. ESPN will continue to feature primetime matchups each week. The year kicks off with Jets at Lions (7:10 p.m. ET) and Rams at Raiders (10:20 p.m. ET). See the full schedule Yahoo! Thu, Apr 19
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