Ready the times and dates for all the matches of the preseason of the NFL
The NFL is less than 100 days from the start of the 2019 season, but the activity will return to the events in less than two months with the pre-season, whose calendar was made official by the league through a statement sent Wednesday afternoon, following the announcement of the duel between Packers and Raiders and Canada.
It will all begin on August 1 at the Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium when Denver and Atlanta are measured in the Hall of Fame game, ending the American football drought.
The preseason will have four weeks for the rest of the teams and will have unusual venues, such as the previously mentioned meeting in Canada and the match between Cowboys and Rams in Hawaii.
The regular NFL season will begin on Thursday, August 5. Contrary to other years, the league did not set the defending champion New England, to defend his crown, opting to start his season 100 with the rivalry oldest in the league, the Packers vs. Bears.
On Sunday, September 29, will be one of the best days of the regular season at the NFL, as Cleveland will face Baltimore in the middle of the day, and although many believe that the Ravens are a kind of Browns 2.0, it will undoubtedly be a game in which they test their recent engagements.
Kansas City Chiefs will be another of the dominant teams in play this Sunday, as they visit Ford Field to be found, at noon, facing off against the Lions in Detroit.
On the other hand, the Buccaneers will have the privilege of facing the Rams at 3:05 p.m. Even Minnesota could still be one of the best teams at the National Conference, of course, only if they manage to defeat the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field, at 15:25. These meetings will be broadcast through Fox Sports.
The undefeated of the Patriots continue to demonstrate who it is that sends in the most grating, because despite the decline of Antonio Brown, the franchise of New England is a favorite in their game against the Buffalo Bills, to 12 hours.
The Seattle Seahawks will have a good Sunday, as they will seek to recover from the match they lost against the Saints, so the Arizona Cardinals’ first game will be one of the best events to be held at 3:05 pm. These games can be tuned to the Open television channel, TUDN.
To close this weekend, Dallas will have a good opponent, the Saints of New Orleans. The match will be at 19:20 hours and will be broadcast on ESPN.
The 2019 NFL regular season will be played over 17 weeks with a total of 256 games, starting on Thursday, September 5, 2019. Each team will play 16 games and free date, facing twice their three division rivals, once four teams from another intra-conference division, once four teams from another interconference division, and two other teams from their conference that won the same spot in their division in the previous season.
In this season, interdivisional matches were scheduled as follows:
- AFC East against the AFC North
- AFC West against AFC South
- NFC East against the NFC North
- NFC West against the NFC South
- AFC East against the NFC East
- AFC North against the NFC West
- AFC South against the NFC South
- AFC West against NFC North