Are you ready for some footballllll?! It’s time for the 2013 NFL season to start, with the Baltimore Ravens traveling to the Denver Broncos for the first game of the season. It’s actually the debut of Sunday Night Football, though obviously it is a special Thursday broadcast.
The opening night game can be found on NBC beginning at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. There is 30 minutes of “Football Night in America” before the actual game starts.
Do you think Peyton Manning and the Broncos can avenge their divisional playoff loss to the Ravens from last season?
The rest of the schedule is as follows for Sunday, Sept. 8, check your local listings for which games you’re getting:
CBS, 1 p.m. games: Patriots at Bills, Bengals at Bears, Dolphins at Browns, Raiders at Colts, Chiefs at Jaguars and Titans at Steelers.
No 4:30 games because of U.S. Open tennis.
FOX, 1 p.m. games: Seahawks at Panthers, Vikings at Lions, Falcons at Saints, Buccaneers at Jets.
4:30 p.m. games: Packers at 49ers, Cardinals at Rams
NBS, 8:30 p.m.: Giants at Cowboys