NFL 2016 Week 1 Schedule On Sept. 11


ARLINGTON, TEX, Sporting Alert – The 2016 NFL campaign continues on Sunday with a full Week 1 schedule, following the season-opening game on Thursday night.

Super Bowl champions Denver Broncos rallied and then held on for a narrow 21-20 victory over the Carolina Panthers in a rematch of the championship game last season.

On Sunday, the Week 1 schedule will resume with 13 more battles, including the clash at AT&T Stadium in Arlington between the New York Giants and the Dallas Cowboys.

The action gets going at 1:00 PM ET with nine battles, with live streaming and Gamecast, as well as television listings for each game also available.

At EverBank Field in Jacksonville, the Jaguars are expected to have their hands full against the Green Bay Packers.

According to ESPN Stats & Info, Jacksonville heads into Sunday’s fixture having lost four straight games on the NFL Week 1 schedule, as well as 16 of their last 17 games against NFC opponents.

ESPN’s Football Power Index has given the Packers a 57-percent chance of winning their opener, which means the improvement made by the Jaguars during the offseason have caught some attention.

Also kicking off at 1:00 PM on Sunday’s Week 1 schedule are the clashes between the Buffalo Bills and the Baltimore Ravens, the Chicago Bears against the Houston Texans, Cleveland Browns against the Philadelphia Eagles, as well as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers versus the Atlanta Falcons, Minnesota Vikings at the Tennessee Titans and Cincinnati Bengals and the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium.

In other 1:00 PM kickoffs, the Oakland Raiders go to the New Orleans Saints and Kansas City Chiefs host the San Diego Chargers.

The Miami Dolphins travel to the Seattle Seahawks for a 4:05 PM kickoff at CenturyLink Field, Detroit Lions meet the Indianapolis Colts at 4:25 PM, and the Giants and the Cowboys go off at the same time as well, while the Sunday Night Football game comes from U of Phoenix Stadium.

This fixture will see the New England Patriots and the Arizona Cardinals taking the field at 8:30 PM with live streaming available on NBCSN and NBC.

There are two games on the schedule as well for Monday Night Football, with the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Washington Redskins going off at 7:10 PM on ESPN and WatchESPN at FedEx Field, before the Los Angeles Rams and the San Francisco 49ers play at 10:20 PM, live on ESPN and WatchESPN from Levi’s Stadium, in Santa Clara.

FOX, CBC and NBC will provide live TV broadcasting, while and will live stats updates.

Sunday, September 11

Green Bay at Jacksonville 1:00 PM FOX
Buffalo at Baltimore 1:00 PM CBS
Chicago at Houston 1:00 PM FOX
Cleveland at Philadelphia 1:00 PM CBS
Tampa Bay at Atlanta 1:00 PM FOX
Minnesota at Tennessee 1:00 PM FOX
Cincinnati at New York 1:00 PM CBS
Oakland at New Orleans 1:00 PM FOX
San Diego at Kansas City 1:00 PM CBS
Miami at Seattle 4:05 PM CBS
Detroit at Indianapolis 4:25 PM FOX
New York at Dallas 4:25 PM FOX
New England at Arizona 8:30 PM NBC U of Phoenix

Monday, September 12

Pittsburgh at Washington 7:10 PM ESPN, WatchESPN
Los Angeles at San Francisco 10:20 PM ESPN, WatchESPN