2016 NFL Football TV Schedule Week 1

The 2016 NFL football TV schedule for week 1 of the regular season is set to get started on Thursday, September 8th, 2016. Fans will be treated to a rematch of the 2016 Superbowl with the Carolina Panthers traveling to take on the Denver Broncos and will be broadcast on NBC. The grunch of the remainder of the week 1 games kick off on 9/11, and depending on where you live you will have to check out the latest NFL schedule map to see which games will be on your local broadcast and which will require you to get the NFL Sunday Ticket to checkout non-regional action. Monday Night Football sees two games in week 1 that will be shown on ESPN. The first sees the Steelers traveling to take on the Washington Redskins. The night cap sees the LA Rams playing in their first regular season game since moving from St. Louis at the San Francisco 49ers. If you would like to check out the schedule of your favorite team, we have them all posted here along with the complete NFL regular season TV schedule. For those who prefer a printable week 1 format, we also have that as well as the 2017 NFL playoff schedule. Let’s enjoy some football!

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2016 NFL TV Schedule Week One

Thursday, Sept. 8
Carolina at Denver, 8:30 (NBC)
Sunday, Sept. 11
Tampa Bay at Atlanta, 1 (FOX)
Buffalo at Baltimore, 1 (CBS)
Chicago at Houston, 1 (FOX)
Green Bay at Jacksonville, 1 (FOX)
San Diego at Kansas City, 1 (CBS)
Oakland at New Orleans, 1 (FOX)
Cincinnati at N.Y. Jets, 1 (CBS)
Cleveland at Philadelphia, 1 (CBS)
Minnesota at Tennessee, 1 (FOX)
Miami at Seattle, 4:05 (CBS)
N.Y. Giants at Dallas, 4:25 (FOX)
Detroit at Indianapolis, 4:25 (FOX)
New England at Arizona, 8:30 (NBC)
Monday, Sept. 12
Pittsburgh at Washington, 7:10 (ESPN)
Los Angeles at San Francisco, 10:20 (ESPN)