2016 NFL Kickoff Week 1 TV Schedule

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The 2016 NFL regular season begins Thursday, Sept. 8, in Denver with a Super Bowl 50 rematch between the Carolina Panthers and the Broncos on NBC. Sunday Night Football starts its regular season on NBC Sunday, Sept. 11, with a matchup between two of last season’s conference finalists as the New England Patriots visit the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Patriots will be without quarterback Tom Brady, who is serving a four-game suspension for his role in the “Deflategate” scandal. ESPN’s Monday Night Football makes its regular-season debut with a doubleheader Monday, Sept. 12, featuring the Pittsburgh Steelers at the Washington Redskins and the Los Angeles Rams at the San Francisco 49ers.

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2016 NFL Kickoff Week 1 TV Schedule

All Times Eastern. Not All Games Are Televised In All Areas. Check Local Listings For Games Available In Your Area. Local Blackout Restrictions Apply. Schedule Subject To Change.

Thursday, Sept. 8
Carolina at Denver, 8:30pm (NBC)
Sunday, Sept. 11
Tampa Bay at Atlanta, 1pm (FOX)
Buffalo at Baltimore, 1pm (CBS)
Chicago at Houston, 1pm (FOX)
Green Bay at Jacksonville, 1pm (FOX)
San Diego at Kansas City, 1pm (CBS)
Oakland at New Orleans, 1pm (FOX)
Cincinnati at N.Y. Jets, 1pm (CBS)
Cleveland at Philadelphia, 1pm (CBS)
Minnesota at Tennessee, 1pm (FOX)
Miami at Seattle, 4:05pm (CBS)
N.Y. Giants at Dallas, 4:25pm (FOX)
Detroit at Indianapolis, 4:25pm (FOX)
New England at Arizona, 8:30pm (NBC)
Monday, Sept. 12
Pittsburgh at Washington, 7:10pm (ESPN)
Los Angeles at San Francisco, 10:20pm (ESPN)

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