Reveal the calendar of the 2019 NFL season

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The NFL has revealed in its entirety the 2019 calendar that will mark the N ° 100 campaign in the history of the championship and that will begin with the duel in which the Green Bay Packers will visit the Chicago Bears on Thursday 5 September and will see Week 17, December 29th.

It will be the first time since 2003 that the opening game does not present the current champion (New England Patriots), which will open hostilities against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday 8 September during the night.

The rotation used in combat sport offers six rematches of the last postseason, including the Conference Championships held by Kansas City chiefs against the Patriots (Week 14) and the New Orleans Saints against the Los Angeles Rams (Week 2). ).

In addition, 18 opponents who faced off in a Super Bowl faced each other again in 2019, as in the case of the Patriots visiting the Philadelphia Eagles (week 11), a team measured in the LII and XXXIX editions.

In turn, the Oakland Raiders, who could be competing in their last year in the bay, have the most complicated program in the NFL based on the victory percentage that their rivals had in 2018 (.539) since they hit a pair of times. with teams that were in the playoffs like the Chiefs and Los Angeles Chargers.

On the opposite side of the black and silver set are the Washington Redskins with the most "accessible" (.469).

Mexico will also have a duel on November 18 (week 11) and London will have four commitments in 2019: Carolina Panthers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Week 6), Chicago Bears vs. Oakland Raiders (Week 5), Cincinnati Bengals Vs. Los Angeles Rams (Week 8) and Houston Texans Vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (week 9).

The Super Bowl will be held on Sunday 2 February in Miami.

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