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NFL Schedule 2021 Released - Tampa Bay Buccaneers open the season against the Dallas Cowboys

The NFL schedule for the 2021 season is ready! The Tampa Bay Buccaneers open the season as defending champions with a home game as usual, three weeks later there is a big reunion: Then Tom Brady travels to New England with his Bucs. London can also be found on the NFL schedule again in 2021.

Defending champion Tampa Bay will kick off the night of September 9-10 against the Dallas Cowboys. While Tampa Bay is competing with an almost unchanged squad compared to the Super Bowl team - rookies excluded, of course - the appearance of the cowboys should be expected with more excitement.

Dallas had to complete most of the preseason without quarterback Dak Prescott due to injury, and both starting tackles were largely absent. The defense stabilized somewhat over the course of the season, but here, too, there is a central innovation with the new defensive coordinator and ex-Falcons coach Dan Quinn. A baptism of fire awaits with Tom Brady, Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and Co.

For number 1 pick Trevor Lawrence, meanwhile, the NFL career begins within the division: It goes to the Texans in Houston. Number 2 pick Zach Wilson and his New York Jets travel to the Panthers in Carolina, where Sam Darnold meets his ex-team directly. In contrast to previous seasons, there is only one game on Monday evening in week 1: The Las Vegas Raiders receive the Baltimore Ravens, then for the first time the game will be played in front of spectators in the new stadium in Las Vegas.

The Sunday Night Game has a similar storyline to offer: The Los Angeles Rams "open" their stadium against the Chicago Bears - possibly with rookie quarterback Justin Fields as a starter.

The eagerly awaited reunion between Brady and his former team, the New England Patriots, increases in the Sunday Night Game of Week 4. Then Brady and the Bucs travel to Foxboro.

NFL announces London games for 2021

The London games will also be held again in the coming season after no international game took place due to the 2020 corona pandemic.

However, the International Series 2021 is temporarily still on a smaller scale: Only two games will take place in London, Mexico will have to be patient until 2022.

The London Games 2021:

  • Atlanta Falcons vs. New York Jets (October 10, 2:30 p.m. local time)
  • Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Miami Dolphins (October 17, 2:30 p.m. local time)

NFL: Regular Season is being expanded

It will also be the first regular season with 17 games for each team, the NFL had played a 16-game schedule since 1978. Including the Bye Week, the regular season will therefore extend over 18 weeks in the future.

The regular season will end on January 9th, the playoffs begin on January 15th, 2022. The Super Bowl will take place on February 13th, 2022 in Los Angeles.

You can find an overview of the entire schedule here.

NFL: Thanksgiving schedule 2021 announced

The duels for the traditional game day on Thanksgiving are also known. The Detroit Lions and the Dallas Cowboys will each play a home game as usual; Experience has shown that Detroit will open on Thursday, the second game will then take place in Dallas.

These are the three pairings on Thanksgiving Thursday 2021:

  • Detroit Lions vs. Chicago Bears
  • Dallas Cowboys vs. Las Vegas Raiders
  • New Orleans Saints vs. Buffalo Bills

There will also be games at Christmas - December 25th in the USA. Then the Arizona Cardinals receive the Indianapolis Colts and the Green Bay Packers receive the Cleveland Browns.

A total of ten teams have for the moment - here games could be swapped during the season - five primetime games: The Packers, the Saints, the Cowboys, the Seahawks, the Steelers, the Ravens, the Rams, the 49ers, the Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The Jets, Lions, Jaguars, Bengals, Texans, Panthers, Broncos and Falcons only have one primetime game.

NFL: Week 1 overview

dateTimehomeguest
September 102.20 a.m.Tampa Bay BuccaneersDallas Cowboys
12th September19 o'clockBuffalo BillsPittsburgh Steelers
12th September19 o'clockCarolina PanthersNew York Jets
12th September19 o'clockHouston TexansJacksonville Jaguars
12th September19 o'clockTennessee TitansArizona Cardinals
12th September19 o'clockWashington Football TeamLos Angeles Chargers
12th September19 o'clockAtlanta FalconsPhiladelphia Eagles
12th September19 o'clockCincinnati BengalsMinnesota Vikings
12th September19 o'clockDetroit LionsSan Francisco 49ers
12th September19 o'clockIndianapolis ColtsSeattle Seahawks
12th September10:25 p.m.Kansas City ChiefsCleveland Browns
12th September10:25 p.m.New England PatriotsMiami Dolphins
12th September10:25 p.m.New Orleans SaintsGreen Bay Packers
12th September10:25 p.m.New York GiantsDenver Broncos
13.september2.20 a.m.Los Angeles RamsChicago Bears
September 14th2.15 a.m.Las Vegas RaidersBaltimore Ravens