The first Thursday in April is the typical release date for the NFL schedule. And, yes, I do keep track of things like that.
For what it's worth, the Packers will open the season hosting the Vikings, and will play a Sunday nighter at Minnesota.
Shhhh - I'm not supposed to know this yet!
9/7 Minn - home - noon 9/14 Detroit - home - noon (Milwaukee game) 9/21 @ Arizona 9/29 @ Chicago Monday Night Football 10/5 Seattle - home - noon 10/12 Kansas City - home - noon 10/19 @ St. Louis - noon 10/26 BYE 11/2 @ Minnesota - ESPN - 7:30 p.m. 11/10 Philly - home - Monday Night Football (Milwaukee game) 11/16 @ Tampa Bay - 3:15 11/23 San Fran - home - noon 11/27 @ Detroit (Thanksgiving Day) 12/7 Chicago - home - noon 12/14 @ San Diego 12/22 @ Oakland - Monday Night 12/28 Denver - home - 3:15
(edited by Sec19Row53 on 3.4.03 1034) [It's where I sit]
Sep 7 St. Louis 1:00pm Sep 15 Dallas 9:00pm (MNF) Sep 21 @Washington 4:05pm Week 4 BYE Oct 5 Miami 1:00pm Oct 12 @New England 1:00pm Oct 19 Philadelphia 1:00pm Oct 26 @Minnesota 1:00pm Nov 2 @N.Y. Jets 1:00pm Nov 9 Atlanta 1:00pm Nov 16 @Philadelphia 1:00pm Nov 24 @Tampa Bay 9:00pm (MNF) Nov 30 Buffalo 1:00pm Dec 7 Washington 1:00pm Dec 14 @New Orleans 8:30pm (ESPN) Dec 21 @Dallas 1:00pm Dec 28 Carolina 4:05pm
Oaklands path back to the bowl 2003 Schedule Released!!!
Raiders 2003 Regular Season Schedule Sunday, September 7 @ Tennessee Titans 5:30 p.m. ESPN Sunday, September 14 Cincinnati Bengals 1:15 p.m. Monday, September 22 @ Denver Broncos 6:00 p.m. ABC
Sunday, September 28 San Diego Chargers 1:05 p.m. Sunday, October 5 @ Chicago Bears 10:00 a.m. Sunday, October 12 @ Cleveland Browns 10:00 a.m.
Monday, October 20 Kansas City Chiefs 6:00 p.m. ABC BYE WEEK Sunday, November 2 @ Detroit Lions 10:05 a.m. Sunday, November 9 New York Jets 1:15 p.m. Sunday, November 16 Minnesota Vikings 1:15 p.m. Sunday, November 23 @ Kansas City Chiefs 1:15 p.m. Sunday, November 30 Denver Broncos 1:15 p.m.
Sunday, December 7 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 1:05 p.m. Monday, December 22 Green Bay Packers 6:00 p.m. ABC Sunday, December 28 @ San Diego Chargers 1:15 p.m.
Not that any team deserves more than 4 prime time games but don't the Raiders usually deliver ESPN's biggest ratings, Im sure they would like them more than once.
edit: got rid of the preseason cause well...who cares.
(edited by brick on 3.4.03 1643) if "Washington is a Hollywood for ugly people," then, considering the remarks coming out of Tinseltown about Iraq, "Hollywood is a Washington for the simpleminded." John McCain
Originally posted by Big BadThe Packers are going back to Milwaukee games?? They're playing CHICAGO on Monday night?? Who did the Bears blow to get a Monday night game? Only two home games in December?? Boo.
Nah, those two games are just the games that are reserved for the Milwaukee season ticket holders, like they've always done. And two home games against Denver and Chicago (two teams used to the cold) = CRAP.
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Originally posted by Mr. BoffoNah, those two games are just the games that are reserved for the Milwaukee season ticket holders, like they've always done.
So do regular season ticket holders not get to go or what?
There are two sets of season ticket holders at Lambeau Field. Those of us who have had our tickets in Green Bay "forever" get the first pre-season game, regular season games 1,3,4,6-8, plus dibs on post season tickets.
"Milwaukee" season ticket holders are those who used to have season tickets at County Stadium in Milwaukee. When the Packers moved all of the games to Lambeau (we used to play one pre-season and three regular season games there), it was determined that the Milwaukee people would get moved into Lambeau Field in apporoximately the same location, and get pre-season game 2, plus the second and (sixth orginally, but now the) fifth home game.
So, unless I buy tickets from someone who was a Milwaukee ticket holder, I'll miss the Lions and Eagles this year.
I'm looking forward to the season opener when my cherished Redskins take on our new friends (and shopping buddies) the New York Jets. After all the bad blood between these two this winter, this game should be very very interesting.
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Hey, I never said Zorn was a bad QB. He's just one of those guys who had a cup of coffee with the Packers, and didn't exactly set the world on fire. But he was the man in Seattle for awhile there in the 80's.
And brick: Majkowski almost ran me over once when I was a kid. I was riding my bike next to Lambeau, and he peeled into the players' lot in his little red sports car...just missed me.
I'm not sure which is worse: that, or when he sang onstage at the Brown County Arena in 1989...with Poison.
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Oh, yeah, I saw that on PTI. I couldn't help but think that was ridiculously ironic when it seemed like 5 years in a row that Gillette/Foxboro would turn into a quagmire each time the passing-oriented offense of the Colts came to town.