ST. LOUIS – The National Football League on Thursday released its full schedule of games for the 2020 season. While the sports world is still largely in flux due to the coronavirus pandemic, the NFL has tried to carry on with its traditional offseason events, even though the league had to make the draft a virtual event, instead of an in-person show in Las Vegas.
The coming NFL season’s Thursday slate of games come to FOX starting October 8th when Tom Brady’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers visit Chicago to face the Bears in Week 5. The schedule also provides a chance to see several NFL standouts from the St. Louis region, including Ezekiel Elliott (Cowboys), A.J. Epenesa (Bills), Adoree’ Jackson and MyCole Pruitt (Titans), along with the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs.
The complete slate of Thursday night games on FOX2 can be found below. All games kick off at 7:20 CST unless noted
October 8: Tampa Bay at Chicago
October 15: Kansas City at Buffalo
October 22: New York (Giants) at Philadelphia
October 29: Atlanta at Carolina
November 5: Green Bay at San Francisco
November 12: Indianapolis at Tennessee
November 19: Arizona at Seattle
December 3: Dallas at Balitmore
December 10: New England at Los Angeles (Rams)
December 17: Los Angeles (Chargers) at Las Vegas
December 25: Minnesota at New Orleans (3:30pm kickoff)