The NFL schedule for 2019 was released on Tuesday and features eight home games, the NFL regular season and playoff games, and the Super Bowl.
The full slate is set to kick off on Thursday, April 6 with the Minnesota Vikings at Washington Redskins, and on Friday, April 7 with the Atlanta Falcons at Dallas Cowboys.
The NFL will have two home games for the 2020 season: the Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets and the New Orleans Saints at New York Giants on Sunday, April 15.
Week one of the schedule includes the Philadelphia Eagles at the Miami Dolphins, followed by the Pittsburgh Steelers at the Green Bay Packers, the New York Cowboys at the Washington Redskins and the Green Valley Patriots at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Week two of the 2019 schedule includes four home games against the Cincinnati Bengals, Buffalo Bills at the Oakland Raiders, the Washington Eagles at New Orleans and the Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos.
Week three of the calendar includes the New England Patriots at Carolina Panthers, the Arizona Cardinals at San Francisco 49ers and the Tennessee Titans at Miami Dolphins.
The 2018 season will mark the first year that the NFL has played three straight regular seasons.
The league has not played a single season since the 1970 season.