Tuesday, April 21, 2015

2015 NFL Schedule Finalized for all 32 teams

After a day full of rumors and leaks the 2015 NFL schedule was finalized Tuesday night, with a mega reveal on NFL.com and the NFL Network. Without further adeu here are the schedules. First, we'll take a look at the NY teams, then the primetime games on Sunday, Monday and Thursday.

Jets 2015 Season Schedule

CLEVELAND
1:00
CBS
@ Indianapolis
8:30
ESPN
PHILADELPHIA
1:00
FOX
@ Miami* (London)
9:30
CBS
Bye Week


WASHINGTON
1:00
FOX
@ New England
1:00
CBS
@ Oakland
4:05
CBS
JACKSONVILLE
1:00
CBS
BUFFALO
8:25
NFLN
@ Houston
1:00
CBS
MIAMI
1:00
CBS
@ NY Giants
1:00
CBS
TENNESSEE
1:00
CBS
@ Dallas
8:25
NFLN
NEW ENGLAND
1:00
CBS
@ Buffalo
1:00
CBS

Giants 2015 Season Schedule
@ Dallas
8:30
NBC
ATLANTA
1:00
FOX
WASHINGTON
8:25
CBS
@ Buffalo
1:00
FOX
SAN FRANCISCO
8:30
NBC
@ Philadelphia
8:30
ESPN
DALLAS
4:25
FOX
@ New Orleans
1:00
FOX
@ Tampa Bay
1:00
FOX
NEW ENGLAND
4:25
CBS
Bye Week


@ Washington
1:00
FOX
NY JETS
1:00
CBS
@ Miami
8:30
ESPN
CAROLINA
1:00
FOX
@ Minnesota
1:00
FOX
PHILADELPHIA
1:00
FOX

For the Sunday night football schedule Click here

Initial glance, the NFL has a lot of good games here on Sunday night, and it probably won't flex out of too many of these games. Although the one game that could be problematic is Cincinnati @ San Francisco. Both teams are expected to be bad this season. I do take issue with the fact that Patriots vs. Giants, a rematch of two great Super Bowls is not featured on Sunday Night Football. 

For the Monday night football schedule click here! 

As usual the Monday Night schedule is wild. Jets vs. Colts is featured because of the NFL's desire to honor old Super Bowl match-ups, but this game is absolutely hideous, and should have no business on a national stage. Kansas City @ Green Bay, a rematch of Super Bowl I, however is a fun match-up, because both teams are good. There are some deadly games on Monday Night like Baltimore @ Cleveland, Indianapolis @ Carolina, Chicago @ San Diego, and the Giants @ Miami. Also why are the Vikings playing a 10:00 p.m. ET game on MNF? 

For the Thursday night football schedule click here

Thursday night is boring match-up night. A lot of match-ups we have seen before on TNF such as Atlanta vs. New Orleans, Cincinnati vs. Cleveland, and of course the always epic, Jaguars vs. Titans. However there are some interesting games. Seattle @ San Francisco is earlier this year, and is always fun to watch. Denver @ Kansas City in week 2 is fascinating, and I look forward to that one. And of course Rex Ryan vs. the Jets is in that schedule too. And the NFL Network and CBS get a couple of Saturday games: Jets at Cowboys and Redskins at Eagles during the Christmas season. 

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