NFL releases full 2020 schedule, but says adjustments can be made

The coronavirus pandemic still has the NFL shutdown, but the league is planning for a full 2020 season in the fall and, as evidenced by the schedule released Thursday night, it should kick off with a bang. The Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs open the regular season at home on Thursday, Sept. 10, against the Houston Texans in a re-match of last season’s epic playoff game in which they rallied from a 24-0 deficit to pull out a 51-31 victory in the AFC divisional round. The NFL didn’t waste time withholding the drama on opening weekend by having the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and new quarterback Tom Brady visit NFC South foe Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints on Sept. 13.



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