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A Preview of The NFL Week 1 Games

The NFL Preseason has officially ended, and all 32 teams must prepare for the regular season.

Week one’s match-ups are right around the corner, and all future NFL games will start counting toward the playoffs at the end of the season.

This year, The NFL’s regular season kicks off on Thursday, September 7, with the Detroit Lions and the Kansas City Chiefs at Eight Twenty P.M.

All other NFL games will occur on Sunday, September 10, starting at 1 P.M and finishing at 8 P.M.

The first round of games at one P.M. will consist of the Cincinnati Bengals and The Cleveland Browns, The Houston Texans and The Baltimore Ravens, The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and The Minnesota Vikings, The Carolina Panthers and The Atlanta Falcons, The Arizona Cardinals and The Washington Commanders, The Jacksonville Jaguars and The Indianapolis Colts, The San Francisco 49ers, and The Pittsburgh Steelers, and lastly the Philadelphia Eagles and The New England Patriots.

The Second round of games starts at Four twenty-five P.M.

These games will include The Las Vegas Raiders and The Denver Broncos, The Philadelphia Eagles and The Patriots, The Los Angeles Rams and The Seattle Seahawks, The Miami Dolphins and The Chargers, and The Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears.

The last game of the day which starts at eight twenty P.M., is The New York Giants and The Dallas Cowboys.

Week one finishes Monday night at Eight Fifteen P.M. when The Buffalo Bills play the New York Jets.

NFL Fans can view all upcoming games on NBC, ABC, Fox, and The NFL Plus App.

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