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2009 NFL SCHEDULE


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WEEK 1

Thu. Sep. 10

Titans at Steelers

Sun. Sep. 13

Dolphins at Falcons

Chiefs at Ravens

Eagles at Panthers

Broncos at Bengals

Vikings at Browns

Jets at Texans

Jaguars at Colts

Lions at Saints

Cowboys at Buccaneers

49ers at Cardinals

Redskins at Giants

Rams at Seahawks

Bears at Packers

Mon. Sep. 14

Bills at Patriots

Chargers at Raiders

WEEK 2

Sun. Sep. 20

Panthers at Falcons

Vikings at Lions

Bengals at Packers

Cardinals at Jaguars

Raiders at Chiefs

Patriots at Jets

Saints at Eagles

Texans at Titans

Rams at Redskins

Seahawks at 49ers

Buccaneers at Bills

Steelers at Bears

Browns at Broncos

Ravens at Chargers

Giants at Cowboys

Mon. Sep. 21

Colts at Dolphins

WEEK 3

Sun. Sep. 27

Browns at Ravens

Steelers at Bengals

Redskins at Lions

Jaguars at Texans

49ers at Vikings

Falcons at Patriots

Chiefs at Eagles

Packers at Rams

Giants at Buccaneers

Saints at Bills

Bears at Seahawks

Titans at Jets

Broncos at Raiders

Dolphins at Chargers

Colts at Cardinals

Mon. Sep. 28

Panthers at Cowboys

WEEK 4

Sun. Oct. 04

Lions at Bears

Bengals at Browns

Raiders at Texans

Seahawks at Colts

Titans at Jaguars

Giants at Chiefs

Ravens at Patriots

Buccaneers at Redskins

Bills at Dolphins

Jets at Saints

Cowboys at Broncos

Rams at 49ers

Chargers at Steelers

Mon. Oct. 05

Packers at Vikings

Byes: Cardinals, Falcons, Panthers, Eagles

WEEK 5

Sun. Oct. 11

Bengals at Ravens

Browns at Bills

Redskins at Panthers

Steelers at Lions

Cowboys at Chiefs

Raiders at Giants

Buccaneers at Eagles

Vikings at Rams

Falcons at 49ers

Texans at Cardinals

Patriots at Broncos

Jaguars at Seahawks

Colts at Titans

Mon. Oct. 12

Jets at Dolphins

Byes: Bears, Packers, Saints, Chargers

WEEK 6

Sun. Oct. 18

Texans at Bengals

Lions at Packers

Rams at Jaguars

Ravens at Vikings

Giants at Saints

Browns at Steelers

Panthers at Buccaneers

Chiefs at Redskins

Eagles at Raiders

Cardinals at Seahawks

Titans at Patriots

Bills at Jets

Bears at Falcons

Mon. Oct. 19

Broncos at Chargers

Byes: Cowboys, Colts, Dolphins, 49ers

WEEK 7

Sun. Oct 25

Bears at Bengals

Packers at Browns

Vikings at Steelers

49ers at Texans

Chargers at Chiefs

Colts at Rams

Patriots at Buccaneers (London)

Bills at Panthers

Jets at Raiders

Saints at Dolphins

Falcons at Cowboys

Cardinals at Giants

Mon. Oct. 26

Eagles at Redskins

Byes: Ravens, Broncos, Lions, Jaguars, Seahawks, Titans

WEEK 8

Sun. Nov. 01

Broncos at Ravens

Texans at Bills

Browns at Bears

Seahawks at Cowboys

Rams at Lions

Vikings at Packers

49ers at Colts

Dolphins at Jets

Jaguars at Titans

Raiders at Chargers

Panthers at Cardinals

Giants at Eagles

Mon. Nov. 02

Falcons at Saints

Byes: Bengals, Chiefs, Patriots, Steelers, Buccaneers, Redskins

WEEK 9

Sun. Nov. 08

Redskins at Falcons

Cardinals at Bears

Ravens at Bengals

Texans at Colts

Chiefs at Jaguars

Dolphins at Patriots

Packers at Buccaneers

Panthers at Saints

Lions at Seahawks

Chargers at Giants

Titans at 49ers

Cowboys at Eagles

Mon. Nov. 09

Steelers at Broncos

Byes: Bills, Browns, Vikings, Jets, Raiders, Rams

WEEK 10

Thu. Nov. 12

Bears at 49ers

Sun. Nov. 15

Falcons at Panthers

Buccaneers at Dolphins

Lions at Vikings

Jaguars at Jets

Bengals at Steelers

Saints at Rams

Bills at Titans

Broncos at Redskins

Chiefs at Raiders

Seahawks at Cardinals

Cowboys at Packers

Eagles at Chargers

Patriots at Colts

Mon. Nov. 16

Ravens at Browns

Byes: Texans, Giants

WEEK 11

Thu. Nov. 19

Dolphins at Panthers

Sun. Nov. 22

Colts at Ravens

Redskins at Cowboys

Browns at Lions

49ers at Packers

Bills at Jaguars

Steelers at Chiefs

Seahawks at Vikings

Falcons at Giants

Saints at Buccaneers

Cardinals at Rams

Chargers at Broncos

Jets at Patriots

Bengals at Raiders

Eagles at Bears

Mon. Nov. 23

Titans at Texans

WEEK 12

Thu. Nov. 26

Packers at Lions

Raiders at Cowboys

Giants at Broncos

Sun. Nov. 29

Buccaneers at Falcons

Dolphins at Bills

Browns at Bengals

Colts at Texans

Bears at Vikings

Panthers at Jets

Redskins at Eagles

Seahawks at Rams

Cardinals at Titans

Chiefs at Chargers

Jaguars at 49ers

Steelers at Ravens

Mon. Nov. 30

Patriots at Saints

WEEK 13

Thu. Dec. 03

Jets at Bills (Toronto)

Sun. Dec. 06

Eagles at Falcons

Buccaneers at Panthers

Rams at Bears

Lions at Bengals

Titans at Colts

Texans at Jaguars

Broncos at Chiefs

Raiders at Steelers

Saints at Redskins

Chargers at Browns

Vikings at Cardinals

Cowboys at Giants

49ers at Seahawks

Patriots at Dolphins

Mon. Dec. 07

Ravens at Packers

WEEK 14

Thu. Dec. 10

Steelers at Browns

Sun. Dec. 13

Saints at Falcons

Lions at Ravens

Packers at Bears

Seahawks at Texans

Broncos at Colts

Dolphins at Jaguars

Bills at Chiefs

Bengals at Vikings

Panthers at Patriots

Jets at Buccaneers

Rams at Titans

Redskins at Raiders

Chargers at Cowboys

Eagles at Giants

Mon. Dec. 14

Cardinals at 49ers

WEEK 15

Thu. Dec. 17

Colts at Jaguars

Sat. Dec. 19

Cowboys at Saints

Sun. Dec. 20

Bears at Ravens

Patriots at Bills

Cardinals at Lions

Browns at Chiefs

Falcons at Jets

49ers at Eagles

Packers at Steelers

Texans at Rams

Dolphins at Titans

Raiders at Broncos

Bengals at Chargers

Buccaneers at Seahawks

Vikings at Panthers

Mon. Dec. 21

Giants at Redskins

WEEK 16

Fri. Dec. 25

Chargers at Titans

Sun. Dec. 27

Bills at Falcons

Chiefs at Bengals

Raiders at Browns

Seahawks at Packers

Texans at Dolphins

Panthers at Giants

Jaguars at Patriots

Buccaneers at Saints

Broncos at Eagles

Ravens at Steelers

Rams at Cardinals

Lions at 49ers

Jets at Colts

Cowboys at Redskins

Mon. Dec. 28

Vikings at Bears

WEEK 17

Sun. Jan. 3

Colts at Bills

Saints at Panthers

Jaguars at Browns

Eagles at Cowboys

Bears at Lions

Patriots at Texans

Steelers at Dolphins

Giants at Vikings

Bengals at Jets

49ers at Rams

Falcons at Buccaneers

Packers at Cardinals

Chiefs at Broncos

Ravens at Raiders

Redskins at Chargers

Titans at Seahawks

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Wondering why the Browns get 2 prime time games at home after going 4-12 last season? :wacko:
Probably for the same reason that the Eagles got a Monday Night game - because the NFL is out of their mind.

The Eagles were in the NFC championship game.

They deserve to be on MNF.

The Browns don't!!!

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2 prime time games and 1 4:15 game for the Falcons. I can dig it, that sounds just about fair.

That said, why in the hell don't the Falcons and Bucs play until freaking WEEK 12?!

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Wondering why the Browns get 2 prime time games at home after going 4-12 last season? :wacko:

Because BRADY QUINNNNN!!!!!! and you have lots of fans.

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2 prime time games and 1 4:15 game for the Falcons. I can dig it, that sounds just about fair.

That said, why in the hell don't the Falcons and Bucs play until freaking WEEK 12?!

I'm pumped about the MNF game, even though it is on the road. The SNF game is at home though.

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Wondering why the Browns get 2 prime time games at home after going 4-12 last season? :wacko:
Probably for the same reason that the Eagles got a Monday Night game - because the NFL is out of their mind.

The Eagles were in the NFC championship game.

They deserve to be on MNF.

The Browns don't!!!

Honestly, they should be playing 16 games at 1:00 PM ET. But you know the NFL will never do that, because they think the Eagles have a half-decent fanbase.
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Why the hell doesnt the NFL ever schedule the Jets for a Sunday Night game? Though I must say that game against the Bills on that Thursday night will be an interesting topic at SU amongst Long Islanders and Upstate New Yorkers

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Wondering why the Browns get 2 prime time games at home after going 4-12 last season? :wacko:

Because BRADY QUINNNNN!!!!!! and you have lots of fans.

They should only have one prime time game.

And really they don't even deserve that.

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Wondering why the Browns get 2 prime time games at home after going 4-12 last season? :wacko:

Because BRADY QUINNNNN!!!!!! and you have lots of fans.

They should only have one prime time game.

And really they don't even deserve that.

You could also root for a team that doesn't have any, though....

Count your blessings. And your opportunities to watch your team legally on the nice television you have.

/at least there's the game against the Colts on the 25th. That may be my only chance this year.

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Why is it that the Jets will have to come to Oakland twice in two seasons? I though they were supposed to rotate through the divisions and that Oakland would have to come to the Meadowlands before they would have to go to Oakland again.

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Oh wow, I just noticed that the Falcons are gonna play the Cowboys on my birthday.

That's gonna be an interesting party, seeing as how my family & friends are basically 50/50 when it comes to that.

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Why is it that the Jets will have to come to Oakland twice in two seasons? I though they were supposed to rotate through the divisions and that Oakland would have to come to the Meadowlands before they would have to go to Oakland again.

Because each 1st, 2nd etc. place team in its division also has to play its counterparts in each of the other divisions in its conference. The Jets and Raiders both happened to finish third in their respective divisions, so they play each other again this season. I don't remember how they determine the home team in these matchups, but it is independent of the rotating schedules.

The next time the Raiders and Jets would face each other in the rotation is 2011 (assuming no strike/lockout of course), and presumably that would be at the Meadowlands. However it's possible they will also have to play each other next season as well, if they both finish in the same place in their respective divisions again this season.

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While I love the fact that in week 1, we get a Thursday night opener, and that it's the World Champs who host it, and while I also love the fact that in week 1 there is a double-header, why does it seem that every year for the past 3 seasons, one of those 2 week 1 MNF games has to have the stinkin RAIDERS?!?!?!?! The Raiders have been irrelevant for 2 decades now, with one fluke exception making it to the Super Bowl only to get blown out of the water. Why does the league "Jones" for the Raiders? To me, the Cardinals vs 49ers should be the other MNF game, showcasing the current NFC Champions, not those thugs out in Oakland. And while the Raiders did come on somewhat strong toward the end of last season, that was LAST season. I understand them wanting to have LT & Rivers & the Chargers on MNF, but why does it ALWAYS have to be against the pathetic RAIDERS??? ENOUGH!!!!! When/if the Raiders make the playoffs again, and become a more RELEVANT team, THEN and ONLY THEN should they be showcased on Monday Night Football. As for the complaint about the Eagles being on primetime, I'm ok w/it. They are the NFC runners-up, and of course tv, and the league, but especially TV, and ESPN is for some reason head over heels in love with Donovan McNabb. Of course, because of the greed that is the NFSmell Network, I no longer will get to have the previous honor & privilege of viewing 8 regular season games.

I taped the schedule show, but haven't had much chance to watch or listen. I like the way the schedule appears on NFL.com, very nice looking, far easier to read than that scroll thing the NFL Network had at the top of their screen last night. Whose idea was it to put tiny black print indicating "Week 1" "Week 2" etc. on a dark blue background? WHITE lettering!!!! Just very irritating.

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2 prime time games and 1 4:15 game for the Falcons. I can dig it, that sounds just about fair.

That said, why in the hell don't the Falcons and Bucs play until freaking WEEK 12?!

I'm pumped about the MNF game, even though it is on the road. The SNF game is at home though.

Me too. Hope the recent tradition of the Saints owning Atlanta on MNF continues. :D

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I'm happy with what the Seahawks schedule became.

One thing, no trips to the Eastern Time Zone. Last season, there were trips to Buffalo, New York and Miami (All losses). The farthest east they'll go this season is Indianapolis.

The only disappointing thing is no primetime games (First time in my lifetime, or if you prefer numbers, it's the first time since 1983).

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