April 22, 2019
Here’s the full slate of NBC’s Sunday night games:
Tom Brady's Patriots will face Ben Roethlisberger's Steelers at home in Week 1 of the 2019 season on Sunday Night Football.
The Patriots, who will hang their sixth Super Bowl banner before facing the Steelers, are already listed a six-point favorite over Pittsburgh.
This will mark the third time the Steelers would face the Patriots in Week 1 following a New England Super Bowl victory. New England started their 2001 and 2014 title defenses with victories over the Steelers.
Week One, Steelers at Patriots;
Week Two, Eagles at Falcons;
Week Three, Rams at Browns;
Week Four, Cowboys at Saints;
Week Five, Colts at Chiefs;
Week Six, Steelers at Chargers;
Week Seven, Eagles at Cowboys;
Week Eight, Packers at Chiefs;
Week Nine, Patriots at Ravens;
Week 10, Vikings at Cowboys;
Week 11, Bears at Rams;
Week 12, Seahawks at Eagles;
Week 13, Patriots at Texans;
Week 14, Seahawks at Rams;
Week 15, Vikings at Chargers;
Week 16, Chiefs at Bears.
As always, the Week 17 game will be determined after Week 16.
In 2006, when Monday Night Football moved from ABC to ESPN and Sunday Night Football moved from ESPN to NBC, the top prime-time game of the year became the Sunday night game.
Subject to the flex option, the schedule features three appearances by the Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes, three from the Cowboys, three from the Rams, and three from the Patriots. The Sunday night schedule also has four games in L.A., which means that NBC’s Al Michaels will be able to stay home for nearly 25 percent of the season.
Ran DeBord - All Access Sporting News
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