If you're an NFL fan, as are many people (and yours truly), you were both surprised and excited to find out that today was the day that the National Football League revealed its schedule for the upcoming season. Here is Big Blue's path to defending their Super Bowl championship. Behold the All-Nite Images:


Regular Season (all times ET)

  • WEEK 1: Thursday, 9/4 vs. Washington Redskins (kickoff moved to 7 PM so as not to interfere with US Republican convention)
  • WEEK 3: Sunday. 9/21 vs. ]]Cincinnati Bengals]], 1 PM (here's hoping Big Blue puts Ocho Cinco's foot in his mouth)
  • WEEK 4: Sunday, 9/28 BYE
  • WEEK 6: Monday, 10/13 @ Cleveland, 8:30 PM (the G-Men's only Monday night appearance this year)
  • WEEK 13: Sunday, 11/30 @ Washington, 1 PM (Everybody sing together: On the road again, the Jints are going on the road again...)
  • WEEK 14: Sunday, 12/7 vs. Philadelphia, 1 PM
  • WEEK 15: Sunday, 12/14 @ Dallas, 8:15 PM (A potentially big NFC East showdown on JB82 Birthday Week may or may not be a victim of flexible scheduling)
  • WEEK 16: Sunday, 12/21 vs. Carolina Panthers 1 PM (Deck the halls with home finales, fa la la la la, la la la la...)
  • WEEK 17: Sunday, 12/28 @ Minnesota Vikings, 1 PM (May not be a big time deal, ya know)


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