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Here's The NFL Schedule For The 2015–2016 Season

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Tonight, the NFL released its full schedule for the 2015–2016 regular season. The Steelers and Patriots will meet at Gillette Stadium to kick off the season on Thursday, Sept. 10.

Here are the matchups for the first three weeks of the season:


Thursday, Sept. 10: Steelers at Patriots

Sunday, Sept. 13:

Packers at Bears

Chiefs at Texans

Browns at Jets

Colts at Bills

Dolphins at Redskins

Panthers at Jaguars

Seahawks at Rams

Saints at Cardinals

Lions at Chargers

Titans at Buccaneers

Bengals at Raiders

Ravens at Broncos

Giants at Cowboys

Monday, Sept 14.:

Eagles at Falcons

Vikings at 49ers


Thursday, Sept. 17: Broncos at Chiefs

Sunday, Sept. 20:

Texans at Panthers

49ers at Steelers

Buccaneers at Saints

Lions at Vikings

Cardinals at Bears

Patriots at Bills

Chargers at Bengals

Titans at Browns

Falcons at Giants

Rams at Redskins

Dolphins at Jaguars

Ravens at Raiders

Cowboys at Eagles

Seahawks at Packers

Monday, Sept 21.: Jets at Colts


Thursday, Sept. 24: Redskins at Giants

Sunday, Sept. 27:

Falcons at Cowboys

Colts at Titans

Raiders at Browns

Bengals at Ravens

Jaguars at Patriots

Saints at Panthers

Eagles at Jets

Buccaneers at Texans

Chargers at Vikings

Steelers at Rams

49ers at Cardinals

Bills at Dolphins

Bears at Seahawks

Broncos at Lions

Monday, Sept 28.: Chiefs at Packers

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