You’ve probably heard the news, for the first time in NFL history there will be 17 games played in the 2021-22 regular season.
Well, the league made the schedule release a big event, and now we finally know when all the teams play each other.
Click here for the full 18-Week schedule, but I’ve grabbed some of the schedules that Duck and Beaver fans will care about most.
Also, don’t forget we’re your home for Thursday (TNF), Sunday (SNF) and Monday Night Football (MNF) all season long through Westwood One.
Rookie & Former Ducks & Beavs
If you want to keep track of Justin Herbert’s schedule with the Los Angeles Chargers. Also, undrafted free agent tight end Hunter Kampmoyer, if he makes the LA roster.
mark ya calendars
— Los Angeles Chargers (@Chargers) May 13, 2021
Penei Sewell (No. 7 overall pick 2021), should he win a starting job in Detroit’s O-Line, will have his first NFL game against San Francisco. Also, you could see Jermar Jefferson (7th round pick) with the Lions if he makes the team.
Here’s how it lines up for the 2021 season 🗓 pic.twitter.com/jRRgaHDblH
— Detroit Lions (@Lions) May 12, 2021
Jevon Holland (2nd round pick) and the Miami Dolphins open their season with Bill Belichick and New England.
— Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) May 12, 2021
The Dallas Cowboys and former Beavs CB Nahshon Wright (3rd round pick) are part of the first 2021 game when they face Tom Brady and the Super Bowl Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers on TNF. Also, former Duck and Dallas undrafted free agent signee Austin Faoliu could be with the ‘Boys.
#CowboysNation ✭ what game are YOU most excited for?
— Dallas Cowboys (@dallascowboys) May 12, 2021
Former Duck Deommodore Lenoir (5th round pick) and San Francisco face the Seahawks in Weeks 4 & 13.
— San Francisco 49ers (@49ers) May 12, 2021
Former Duck Brady Breeze (6th round pick) and the Tennessee Titans will be in the Pacific Northwest in Week 2 to battle Seattle.
— Tennessee Titans (@Titans) May 13, 2021
The last of the drafted players, Thomas Graham Jr. (6th round pick) and the Chicago Bears also visit Seattle, just much later, in Week 17.
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) May 13, 2021
Undrafted free agent Jordon Scott signed with Minnesota, here’s their schedule.
— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) May 12, 2021
Finally, Hamilcar Rashed Jr. and Isaiah Dunn (both undrafted free agents) could make their NFL debuts with the New York Jets.
🗣 CAN’T WAIT pic.twitter.com/kdefaKAY2i
— New York Jets (@nyjets) May 12, 2021
We’ve got a full breakdown on the Seahawks right here.
As mentioned at the top, we’re your home for the NFL including all the Thursday, Sunday and Monday Night Football matchups.
Here’s how all those games look:
Thursday Night Football:
Week 1: Cowboys at Buccaneers
Week 2: Giants at Washington Football Team
Week 3: Panthers at Texans
Week 4: Bengals at Jaguars
Week 5: Rams at
Week 6: Buccaneers at Eagles
Week 7: Broncos at Browns
Week 8: Packers at Cardinals
Week 9: Jets at Colts
Week 10: Ravens at Dolphins
Week 11: Patriots at Falcons
No TNF in Week 12
Week 13: Cowboys at Saints
Week 14: Steelers at Vikings
Week 15: Chiefs at Chargers
Week 16: 49ers at Titans
No TNF in Week 17 or 18
Sunday Night Football:
Week 1: Bears at Rams
Week 2: Chiefs at Ravens
Week 3: Packers at 49ers
Week 4: Bucs at Patriots
Week 5: Bills at Chiefs
Week 6:at Steelers
Week 7: Colts at 49ers
Week 8: Cowboys at Vikings
Week 9: Titans at Rams
Week 10: Chiefs at Raiders
Week 11: Steelers at Chargers
Week 12: Browns at Ravens
Week 13: 49ers at
Week 14: Bears at Packers
Week 15: Saints at Buccaneers
Week 16: Washington at Cowboys
Week 17: Vikings at Packers
Week 18: Teams to be determined after Week 17
Monday Night Football:
As your home of primetime NFL games, here’s the MNF schedule including:
— 750 The Game (@750TheGame) May 13, 2021
Like TNF, there is no MNF game in Week 18.
Also, we’ll see the return of the London games.
BREAKING: Confirmation of the the 2021 NFL London games.
– Jets @ Falcons (Sunday, October, 10)
– Dolphins @ Jaguars (Sunday, October 17)
Both will be played at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
— Sky Sports NFL (@SkySportsNFL) May 12, 2021