NFL Schedule: Week 2 Complete Run Down

The Week 2 schedule has been released for the NFL season. The year’s schedule has chilled the NFL fans’ spines with the hopeful return of near-capacity stadium and 17th games of International series games.

The regular season kick starts on September 9th with Tampa Bay Buccaneers against the Dallas Cowboys. Thanks to the all-new “Week 18”, the regular season doesn’t end any time before January 9th 2022.

The excitement skyrocketed when it was confirmed that Jacksonville Jaguars will open the season against Houston Texans on the grounds of NRG Stadium and the game will be broadcasted on CBS. What adds to the NFL fans’ excitement is the revelation of Jacksonville’s another opponent!

Jaguars will come against Denver Broncos in Week 2 at 1:00 OM EST. The Jaguars are 6-5 against the Broncos (1-1 in the playoffs).

NFL Schedule 2021 week 2

Week 2 of the NFL schedule kicks off with the New York Giants @ Washington Football Team packing the audience stands of FedExField, covered by NFL Network.

The NFL’s 272 regular-season games fall no short of highly-anticipated matchups. And we’re here to keep you updated on the full NFL regular-season schedule, including start times and goodbyes.

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NFL Week 2 Schedule

Thursday, September 16th

  • New York Giants @ Washington Football Team
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FedExFieldNFL Network08:20 PM EST

Sunday, September 19th

  • New Orleans Saints @ Carolina Panthers
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Bank of America StadiumFOX01:00 PM EST
  • Cincinnati Bengals @ Chicago Bears
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Soldier FieldFOX01:00 PM EST
  • Houston Texans @ Cleveland Browns
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FirstEnergy StadiumCBS01:00 PM EST
  • Los Angeles Rams @ Indianapolis Colts
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Lucas Oil StadiumFOX01:00 PM EST
  • Denver Broncos @ Jacksonville Jaguars
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TIAA Bank FieldCBS01:00 PM EST
  • Buffalo Bills @ Miami Dolphins
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Hard Rock StadiumFOX01:00 PM EST
  • New England Patriots @ New York Jets
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MetLife StadiumCBS01:00 PM EST
  • San Francisco 49ers @ Philadelphia Eagles
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Lincoln Financial FieldFOX01:00 PM EST
  • Las Vegas Raiders @ Pittsburgh Steelers
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Heinz FieldCBS01:00 PM EST
  • Minnesota Vikings @ Arizona Cardinals
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State Farm StadiumFOX04:05 PM EST
  • Atlanta Falcons @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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Raymond James StadiumFOX04:05 PM EST
  • Dallas Cowboys @ Los Angeles Chargers
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Sofi StadiumCBS04:25 PM EST
  • Tennessee Titans @ Seattle Seahawks
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Lumen FieldCBS04:25 PM EST
  • Kansas City Chiefs @ Baltimore Ravens
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M&T Bank StadiumNBC08:20 PM EST

Monday, September 20th

  • Detroit Lions @ Green Bay Packers
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Lambeau FieldESPN08:15 PM

Apart from a super exciting regular-season schedule, the NFL offseason is in full swing too. There are plenty of dates and events to keep the NFL fans riveted until the weekly game action goes on fire.

NFL training camp dates start with the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys opening up their camps on July 21 in preparation for the Fame of Game in Canton on August 5 while the other teams opening their camps later in July.

Starting July 31, you’ll be able to attend camp practices after being restricted from the team facilities last season due to the pandemic. The league is putting in efforts with teams to set up fan events on July 31st.

Stay tuned to this corner to get full updates on the NFL Preseason and regular season weekly schedules.

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