On Tuesday, April 21st, the moment the entire NFL world was waiting for finally came. The NFL officially released the schedule for the 2015 regular season, creating different reactions on the football teams and fans.
The arrangement of the schedule has people talking, some people are saying, that some of the teams would have an easy way, while other will probably have a rough ride through the season. The truth is that to perfectly schedule a total of 256 games for the regular season is not an easy task and to please everybody is almost impossible. However at the NFL head quarters, computers do their magic and managed to put the entire season together, now fans and teams can wait for the season to start.
New England Patriots, Super Bowl Champions 2015 will host the Pittsburgh Steelers for the regular season kickoff game on September 10th 2015 follow by 13 games on September 13 for the 1st weekend NFL prime-time matchups of the regular season.
The 1st Monday Night Football game of the season will feature a double – header between the Philadelphia Eagles against Atlanta Falcons followed by Minnesota Vikings and San Francisco 49ers.
Thanksgiving Day will feature 3 different matchups; the first one between Philadelphia Eagles at Detroit Lions, the second game is Carolina Panthers at Dallas Cowboys and the last game of the day features Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers.
Super Bowl 50 will be host at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California on Sunday, February 7th of 2016.
Of course, before the season begins, we have the NFL Pre Season games to warm up the environment and to get excited about the regular season for the sports fans. Pre season will kick off on Sunday, August 9th, 2015, between Minnesota Vikings vs. Pittsburgh Steelers in Canton, Ohio.
Now let’s take a look at week 1 full regular season schedule, and for you to get ready for the season, you can check the NFL Super Bowl 50 sports betting odds below.
NFL Regular Season Week 1 – All times Eastern.
Thursday, Sept. 10
Pittsburgh Steelers at New England Patriots, 8:30pm
Sunday, Sept. 13
Indianapolis Colts at Buffalo Bills, 1pm
Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears, 1pm
Kansas City Chiefs at Houston Texans, 1pm
Carolina Panthers at Jacksonville Jaguars, 1pm
Cleveland Browns at New York Jets, 1pm
Seattle Seahawks at St. Louis Rams, 1pm
Miami Dolphins at Washington Redskins, 1pm
New Orleans Saints at Arizona Cardinals, 4:05pm
Detroit Lions at San Diego Chargers, 4:05pm
Baltimore Ravens at Denver Broncos, 4:25pm
Cincinnati Bengals at Oakland Raiders, 4:25pm
Tennessee Titans at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 4:25pm
New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys, 8:30pm
Monday, Sept. 14
Philadelphia Eagles at Atlanta Falcons, 7:10pm
Minnesota Vikings at San Francisco 49ers, 10:20pm
NFL Super Bowl Sports Betting Odds.
ARIZONA CARDINALS +2500
ATLANTA FALCONS +4000
BALTIMORE RAVENS +2000
BUFFALO BILLS +2500
CAROLINA PANTHERS +2500
CHICAGO BEARS +4000
CINCINNATI BENGALS +2500
CLEVELAND BROWNS +6000
DALLAS COWBOYS +1500
DENVER BRONCOS +1000
DETROIT LIONS +2500
GREEN BAY PACKERS +650
HOUSTON TEXANS +5000
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS +1000
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS +10000
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS +2500
MIAMI DOLPHINS +2500
MINNESOTA VIKINGS +4000
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS +550
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS +2500
NEW YORK GIANTS +2500
NEW YORK JETS +5000
OAKLAND RAIDERS +10000
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES +1500
PITTSBURGH STEELERS +2500
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS +2500
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS +2500
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS +450
ST. LOUIS RAMS +2500
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS +10000
TENNESSEE TITANS +10000
WASHINGTON REDSKINS +7500
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By Andrew Smith