As has been the pattern all afternoon, the NFL schedule has been leaking all over the place, with the league wide announcement still tabbed for 8:00 p.m. ET.
First the Giants announced their schedule around 4:30 this afternoon, nearly two and a half hours later the Jets were next. According to Gang Green Nation, the Jets open the season at home for the fifth consecutive season, this time against the Oakland Raiders on September 7. The Jets will get three primetime games, against Chicago (MNF), New England (Thurs) and Miami (MNF). The Jets will not have a Sunday night game, unless it gets flexed. The Jets finish the season in Miami for the second straight season.
Sept. 7 OAKLAND ........ 1:00 CBS
Sept. 14 @ Green Bay .... 4:25 CBS
Sept. 22 CHICAGO ....... 8:30 ESPN
Sept. 28 DETROIT ........ 1:00 FOX
Oct. 5 @ San Diego ....... 4:25 CBS
Oct. 12 DENVER .......... 4:25 CBS
Oct. 16 @ New England 8:30 CBS
Oct. 26 BUFFALO ......... 1:00 CBS
Nov. 3 @ Kansas City .... 1:00 CBS
Nov. 10 PITTSBURGH...1:00 CBS
Nov. 17 Bye Week
Nov. 23 @ Buffalo ........ 1:00 CBS
Dec. 1 MIAMI .............. 8:30 ESPN
Dec. 7 @ Minnesota ..... 1:00 CBS
Dec. 14 @ Tennessee ... 1:00 CBS
Dec. 21 NEW ENGLAND 1:00 CBS
Dec. 28 @ Miami ......... 1:00 CBS
Here is the entire NFL Schedule. Some notes. FOX and CBS will mix and match games this year. The Bills visit Chicago in week 1, typically a CBS game, that will now be on FOX. Chicago also visits Detroit on Thanksgiving, typically a game that would be on FOX. That will now be on CBS. Confused? Also, oddly enough, the NFL decided to put Broncos @ Seahawks on Sunday afternoon in week 3 on CBS, with Pittsburgh @ Carolina getting prime time on Sunday night. Weird.