The NFL’s schedule for Week 2 is looking more like a pre-season game than a regular season game.
The schedule shows a slate of four games that will be played in November and December, the first three games on the first Saturday in November.
We know this is the case because the schedule shows six games in the first week of November.
There are also four games on Monday in December.
On the same day, the NFL will also play two games in London, the London Olympics, and the World Cup.
So, you’ll get your first glimpse of the NFL’s new November schedule at 9 a.m.
ET on ESPN.
I’m sure you can see where this is going.
In case you missed it, the Week 2 schedule includes the Patriots at the Falcons, Bills at Browns, Chargers at Jets, Falcons at Broncos, Packers at Bears, Eagles at Jets and Bengals at Vikings.