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NFL Week 1 Schedule Starts with Green Bay vs Seattle

nfl-logo1The NFL 2014/2015 football season will open with what is posed to be a great matchup between last year’s Super Bowl Championship team the Seattle Seahawks vs. the Aaron Rodgers-lead Green Bay Packers. Tonight’s Thursday night game starts at 8:30 p.m. ET, and as with previous years will be broadcast on NBC. But don’t look for future Thursday Night Football games on NBC, as CBS has won the rights for eight Thursday night games starting with the Pittsburgh Steelers vs. the Baltimore Ravens on September 11.

The Thursday night games will take the place of previously aired sitcoms and reality shows, and will be a big change for CBS viewers on Thursdays. But CBS hopes to attract an untapped audience on Thursday nights during the time slot, an audience that will be tuning in when hit shows like “Big Bang Theory” and “Two and A Half Men” return after the eight weeks of NFL.

The CBS-broadcast NFL games will also air simultaneously on the NFL Network cable channel starting September 11. However, on October 30, the Thursday night games will be broadcast solely on NFL Network.

NFL Week 1 Schedule 2014/2015 Season

THURSDAY, SEP. 4 TIME (ET) NETWORK LOCATION
Green Bay at Seattle 8:30 PM NBC CenturyLink Field
SUNDAY, SEP. 7 TIME (ET) NETWORK LOCATION
New Orleans at Atlanta 1:00 PM FOX Georgia Dome
Minnesota at St. Louis 1:00 PM FOX Edward Jones Dome
Cleveland at Pittsburgh 1:00 PM CBS Heinz Field
Jacksonville at Philadelphia 1:00 PM CBS Lincoln Financial Field
Oakland at NY Jets 1:00 PM CBS MetLife Stadium
Cincinnati at Baltimore 1:00 PM CBS M&T Bank Stadium
Buffalo at Chicago 1:00 PM FOX Soldier Field
Washington at Houston 1:00 PM FOX Reliant Stadium
Tennessee at Kansas City 1:00 PM CBS Arrowhead Stadium
New England at Miami 1:00 PM CBS Sun Life Stadium
Carolina at Tampa Bay 4:25 PM FOX Raymond James Stadium
San Francisco at Dallas 4:25 PM FOX AT&T Stadium
Indianapolis at Denver 8:30 PM NBC Sports Authority Field at Mile High
MONDAY, SEP. 8 TIME (ET) NETWORK LOCATION
NY Giants at Detroit 7:10 PM ESPN Ford Field
San Diego at Arizona 10:20 PM ESPN U of Phoenix Stadium

 

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