The NFL 2020 Schedule has just been released, and we’re going to present you with what we feel should be the best matchups.
The league seems to feel that the regular season will start on time, and there seems to be some excitement in the air about the regular season starting.
NFL 2020 Schedule Highlights
Buccaneers vs. Saints 9/13
The NFL is kicking off this season with this dozy Tom Brady vs. Drew Brees. Tom Brady will make his Tampa Bay Bucs debut in New Orleans vs. Drew Brees. It will be loud, it will be crazy, but it should be a good, close game.
Dolphins vs. Patriots 9/13
Miami Dolphins rookie QB Tua Tagavolia will have his NFL debut in Boston vs the Pats. Tom Brady may not be there, but that Patriots defense which was a top-five defense last year in the league, will be and it will be interesting to see how the rookie fairs against them.
Falcons vs. Cowboys 9/20
Two of the NFL’s high powered offenses face off. The question won’t be if points will be scored, but which team has enough defense to stop the other?
Ravens vs. Texans 9/20
Lamar Jackson vs Deshaun Watson was the AFC Championship we wanted last year but didn’t get. The NFL is granting our wish by putting these two together in a regular-season match-up which is an NFL fan’s dream.
Packers vs. Saints 9/27
The games between these Green Bay and New Orleans are normally a back and forth contest and it will probably be no different when the Pack comes to New Orleans.
Patriots vs. Chiefs 10/4
A rematch of the AFC Championship game which was won by the Super Bowl Champion Chiefs only this time, there is no Tom Brady, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be a good and interesting match-up
Steelers vs. Cowboys 11/8
This should be one hell of a game. It’s been a few years since Pittsburgh and Dallas faced each other and the last time they did, the Cowboys won in Pittsburgh, this game, however, will be played in Dallas where the Steelers haven’t played in a while.
Packers vs. 49ers 11/8
A rematch of the NFC Championship game that didn’t end well for the Packers as they were blown out by the 49ers in San Francisco, but the game is never over if Aaron Rodgers is involved.
The NFL has given us much to look forward to if there is a 2020 season.