New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys, September 13, 8:30 PM
The season opens with a pace-setting NFC East matchup. The Giants are coming off an injury-filled regret of a season while the Cowboys are the new division favorite. This game could go a long way to showing if that will be the case at the end of the season
Buffalo Bills at Philadelphia Eagles, December 13, 1 PM
With a new coach, a shiny new running back, and a lot of new support all over the field, the Bills have two primetime games for the first time in nine years. But it’s this early match-up that will have McCoy show Chip Kelly how wrong he was to deal him.
New England Patriots at Indianapolis Colts, October 18, 8:30 PM
The Colts are trying to make a push to be one of the league’s new heavy-hitters, but they have to start with beating the pesky Patriots, who have dominated Andrew Luck all four times they’ve met by at least 21 point each time.
Green Bay Packers at Denver Broncos, November 1, 8:30 PM
Manning and Rodgers have surprisingly only played once, when Manning was on the Colts. Two of the best QBs in the game make for another great Sunday night game.
Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles, September 20, 4:25 PM
DeMarco Murray gets his first chance to show the Cowboys why he was worth more cap space than anyone else on the roster.
New England Patriots at Denver Broncos, November 29, 8:30 PM
Another year, and us lucky football fans get another Brady vs. Manning showdown. Manning will never catch up to Brady’s 11-5 record over him, but he will try to make a little dent in it this year.
Dallas Cowboys at Green Bay Packers, December 13, 4:25 PM
The most contested play of last year gets a replay in week 14, and Dez Bryant might have a bit of a monkey on his back about it.
Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers, September 20, 8:30 PM
But the entire Packers team has a monkey on their back about letting their Super Bowl chances slip away in an overtime classic. This early-season primetime slugfest is a must-watch.