Full NFL schedule 2020: Picks and predictions for every game

NFL Schedule

MIAMI, FLORIDA – FEBRUARY 02: Patrick Mahomes #15 of the Kansas City Chiefs looks to pass against the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV at Hard Rock Stadium on February 02, 2020 in Miami, Florida. The Chiefs won the game 31-20. (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images)

The NFL has released its full 2020 regular season schedule, and we pick all the matchups along with the ensuing postseason and Super Bowl.

The NFL schedule is here. The games must be picked. Come get some.

Week 1

Thursday Night Football

Final

Houston Texans

24

Kansas City Chiefs

38

Sunday afternoon

Final

Green Bay Packers

31

Minnesota Vikings

23

Final

Chicago Bears

18

Detroit Lions

21

Final

Indianapolis Colts

32

Jacksonville Jaguars

17

Final

New York Jets

17

Buffalo Bills

27

Final

Cleveland Browns

23

Baltimore Ravens

30

Final

Miami Dolphins

19

New England Patriots

24

Final

Philadelphia Eagles

19

Washington Redskins

20

Final

Los Angeles Chargers

33

Cincinnati Bengals

22

Final

Seattle Seahawks

33

Atlanta Falcons

25

Final

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

30

New Orleans Saints

34

Final

Las Vegas Raiders

31

Carolina Panthers

20

Final

Arizona Cardinals

20

San Francisco 49ers

31

Sunday Night Football

Final

Dallas Cowboys

31

Los Angeles Rams

24

Monday Night Football

Final

Pittsburgh Steelers

36

New York Giants

11

Final

Tennessee Titans

21

Denver Broncos

24

BYE WEEK: NONE

Game of the Week: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints

Preview of the NFC Championship Game? Possibly. New Orleans has arguably been the best team in the NFC each of the past two seasons, only to lose in brutal fashion come January. Back with an even better supporting cast around Drew Brees, New Orleans might have one last shot at glory before things begin to need a retooling.

As for the Buccaneers, veteran head coach Bruce Arians is hoping to finally reach the Super Bowl after coming so close with the Arizona Cardinals in 2015. Tampa Bay had arguably the league’s best offseason in nabbing Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski, and both will make their debut in Pewter taking on the Saints.

This game is early, but it could go a long way towards deciding who wins the NFC South and subsequently, who has home-field advantage in the playoffs. Both are the odds-on favorites to go deep into January, and so a postseason matchup is certainly possible. Brees vs. Brady. Tampa Bay and New Orleans. Who has the advantage? Whoever is home.

In this one, the Bucs will need to win at the noisy Superdome.

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