2013 NFL Regular Season Schedule -Games You Must Watch this season


It’s official. Bettors around the nation can start preparing for another NFL season. The 2013 NFL regular season schedule has been released, and the champions, the Baltimore Ravens, will start off the 2013 season when they go on the road to face Denver Broncos on Thursday Night Football.

2013 NFL Regular Season ScheduleThe Ravens are going to be the first champions in the NFL to kick off the regular season on the road since the opening game format was restructured back in 2004. The league was forced to relocate the game to Denver due a schedule conflict with the Baltimore Orioles. The Orioles are going to have a three game series against the White Sox at Camden Yards on Thursday, Sept. 5, and since the Oriole Park at Camden Yards and MT Bank Stadium share a parking lot, playing two games at the same time would have been a nightmare for the organization, security, media, etc.

Both parts sustained negotiation talks for several days, but the Orioles denied NFL commissioner Roger Goodell’s request to reschedule the game against the Chicago White Sox in order to accommodate the NFL’s opening-night in Baltimore.

After putting the schedule together, games and matches for all 17 weeks were finalized before expected and announced yesterday night by NFL Officials.

Odds on NFL and future bets to win Super Bowl XLVIII are up and posted right now at Sports Betting Online. But now that the NFL’s 2013 regular-season schedule has been unveiled, not let’s look at some of the games we can’t wait to see.

Ravens at Broncos (Sept. 5)
Falcons at Saints (Sept. 8)
Packers at 49ers (Sept. 8)
Eagles at Redskins (Sept. 9)
Jets at Patriots (Sept. 12)
Redskins at Packers (Sept. 15)
Broncos at Giants (Sept. 15)
49ers at Seahawks (Sept. 15)
Chiefs at Eagles (Sept. 19)
Colts at 49ers (Sept. 22)
Texans at Ravens (Sept. 22)
Steelers vs. Vikings (Sept. 29)
Seahawks at Colts (Oct. 6)
Saints at Bears (Oct. 6)
Eagles at Giants (Oct. 6)
Texans at 49ers (Oct. 6)
Saints at Patriots (Oct. 13)
Packers at Ravens (Oct. 13)
Broncos at Colts (Oct. 20)
Dolphins at Patriots (Oct. 27)
Bears at Packers (Nov. 4)
Redskins at Vikings ( Nov. 7)
Seahawks at Falcons (Nov. 10)
Broncos at Patriots (Nov. 24)
Broncos at Patriots (Nov. 24)
49ers at Redskins (Nov. 25)
Patriots at Texans (Dec. 1)
Patriots at Ravens (Dec. 22)
Falcons at 49ers (Dec. 23)

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