Titans' Mike Vrabel to appear on NFL 'Schedule Release '20' show

Titans' Mike Vrabel to appear on NFL 'Schedule Release '20' show

Titans' Mike Vrabel to appear on NFL 'Schedule Release '20' show

Four games were scheduled to be played in London and one in Mexico City, but on Monday the National Football League announced it had chose to move the matchups to the US instead.

Although the NFL reportedly plans to announce a full, 256-game schedule this Thursday, May 7, some teams are preparing for the possibility that the league will shorten the season to a 14-game schedule starting in October, which would push the Super Bowl back a week to February 14.

We already knew their opponents and now we might know who they will be playing the first four weeks of the 2020 regular season.

The Bengals are offering fans an exclusive first-look at the 2020 schedule.

Of course, the Bills Mafia does not have to wait for "Schedule Release '20". The Buccaneers, for instance, know that they will play all the teams in the NFC North and the AFC West in 2020, and they know where they will play them based on where the game was held the last time through each rotation.

Live streaming the schedule release will be available on NFL Networks via connected TVs, through the NFL app for phones and tablets and on NFL.com/watch on computers and laptops. For example, the 2018 San Francisco 49ers were 4-12, but went 13-3 last season and almost won the Super Bowl. That means Buffalo would open the season with games against the San Francisco 49ers, Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams and Seattle Seahawks.

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