Week 1 NFL Times And TV Schedule: Steelers Vs. Broncos, Patriots Vs. Titans, 49ers Vs. Packers, And More

Here are the times and TV schedule for Week 1 NFL games. The Cowboys and Giants, of course, played the first game of the week already, with the Cowboys winning 24-17. The Steelers, meanwhile, will play the Sunday-night game against the Broncos, and the game will be broadcast at 8:20 p.m. on NBC.

Sunday-afternoon 1:00 matchups include the Colts vs. Bears, Patriots vs. Titans, Jaguars vs. Vikings, Bills vs. Jets, and Dolphins vs. Texans, all on CBS, as well as Eagles vs. Browns, Falcons vs. Chiefs, Redskins vs. Saints, and Rams vs. Lions, which are all on FOX. At 4:25, the 49ers and Packers, Seahawks and Cardinals, and Panthers and Bucs will all play on FOX.

The two Monday-night games are both on ESPN. The first (7:00) will feature a matchup of the Bengals and Ravens that could give Steelers fans some information about their team's top divisional competition this season. At 10:15, the Chargers take on the Raiders.

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