NFL Teams Looking Into Shortened Season

NFL Teams Looking Into Shortened Season

Acrobatic one-handed catches, bone-crunching tackles and toe-tapping touchdowns in the end zone - that's what the NFL is teasing as it unveils the 2020 NFL regular season schedule at 8 p.m. E.T. today on the NFL Network. Four games were scheduled to be played in London and one in Mexico City, but on Monday the National Football League announced it had chose to move the matchups to the US instead. The live stream, hosted by Bengals radio announcer Dan Hoard and team reporter Marisa Contipelli, will lead into the full schedule release show on NFL Network.

We know who the Bills will play, but not exactly where and when yet.

And then we can look forward to the Browns turning it around and making the playoffs in 2020.

The full National Football League regular season schedule is set to be released at 8:00 p.m. Thursday.

Of course, the Bills Mafia does not have to wait for "Schedule Release '20". For example, the 2018 San Francisco 49ers were 4-12, but went 13-3 last season and almost won the Super Bowl.

This could mean that the Arizona Cardinals will open the season playing all four of their games against the AFC East consecutively to kick off the season.

A general view of a New York jets helmet used by a player before a game against the Buffalo Bills at New Era Field on December 29, 2019 in Orchard Park, New York.

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