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NFL Week 1 Schedule 2016


Date Time Game
Thursday, September 8 8:30 PM ET Carolina Panthers @ Denver Broncos
Sunday, September 11 1:00 PM ET Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Atlanta Falcons
Sunday, September 11 1:00 PM ET Chicago Bears @ Houston Texans
Sunday, September 11 1:00 PM ET Green Bay Packers @ Jacksonville Jaguars
Sunday, September 11 1:00 PM ET San Diego Chargers @ Kansas City Chiefs
Sunday, September 11 1:00 PM ET Oakland Raiders @ New Orleans Saints
Sunday, September 11 1:00 PM ET Cincinnati Bengals @ New York Jets
Sunday, September 11 1:00 PM ET Minnesota Vikings @ Tennessee Titans
Sunday, September 11 1:00 PM ET Cleveland Browns @ Philadelphia Eagles
Sunday, September 11 1:00 PM ET Buffalo Bills @ Baltimore Ravens
Sunday, September 11 4:05 PM ET Miami Dolphins @ Seattle Seahawks
Sunday, September 11 4:25 PM ET Detroit Lions @ Indianapolis Colts
Sunday, September 11 4:25 PM ET New York Giants @ Dallas Cowboys
Sunday, September 11 8:30 PM ET New England Patriots @ Arizona Cardinals
Monday, September 12 7:10 PM ET Pittsburgh Steelers @ Washington Redskins
Monday, September 12 10:20 PM ET Los Angeles Rams @ San Francisco 49ers

Week 1 Fantasy Analysis

The Raiders and Saints will shootout as both teams ranked in the bottom third in passing yards allowed per game. The Browns first round pick Corey Coleman could start off his rookie campaign with a bang as the Eagles allowed the 2 nd most fantasy points per game to wide receivers last season. Chip Kelly and the new look 49ers offense should put up tons of yards against a Rams defense that allowed over 367 a game last season. New England draws a tough opener here in the desert against Arizona. They are also without Tom Brady, so the secondary pieces in New England might not be a good option this week. Jets-Bengals also offers up another tough draw as far as offenses go. Both teams featured a very solid defensive unit, and it might result in slim pickings. Kansas City's offense should get off on the right track against a very subpar defense from last season. Although they have invested in that side of the ball, Kansas City should be able to hang a few touchdowns on the board.