2013 NFL Opponents announced

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The NFL has announced the 2013 opponents. Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

With the completion of the 2012 regular season, the complete list of home and away opponents for the 2013 football season has been released by the NFL.

The complete 2013 NFL schedule will be released in April. The 2013 season will kick off on Thursday, September 5. Super Bowl XLVIII will be played on Sunday, Feb. 2 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.

Listed below are the 2013 opponents for each team:

AFC EAST

Buffalo

Home: Miami, New England, N.Y. Jets, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Atlanta, Carolina, Kansas City
Away: Miami, New England, N.Y. Jets, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Jacksonville

Miami

Home: Buffalo, New England, N.Y. Jets, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Atlanta, Carolina, San Diego
Away: Buffalo, New England, N.Y. Jets, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis

New England

Home: Buffalo, Miami, N.Y. Jets, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, New Orleans,Tampa Bay, Denver
Away: Buffalo, Miami, N.Y. Jets, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Atlanta, Carolina, Houston

N.Y. Jets

Home: Buffalo, Miami, New England, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Oakland
Away: Buffalo, Miami, New England, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Atlanta, Carolina, Tennessee

AFC NORTH

Baltimore

Home: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, New England, N.Y. Jets, Green Bay, Minnesota, Houston
Away: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Miami, Chicago, Detroit, Denver

Cincinnati

Home: Baltimore, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, New England, N.Y. Jets, Green Bay, Minnesota, Indianapolis
Away: Baltimore, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Miami, Chicago, Detroit, San Diego

Cleveland

Home: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Miami, Chicago, Detroit, Jacksonville
Away: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, New England, N.Y. Jets, Green Bay, Minnesota, Kansas City

Pittsburgh

Home: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Buffalo, Miami, Chicago, Detroit, Tennessee
Away: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Cleveland, New England, N.Y. Jets, Green Bay, Minnesota, Oakland

AFC SOUTH

Houston

Home: Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Denver, Oakland, St. Louis, Seattle, New England
Away: Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Kansas City, San Diego, Arizona, San Francisco, Baltimore

Indianapolis

Home: Houston, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Denver, Oakland, St. Louis, Seattle, Miami
Away: Houston, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Kansas City, San Diego, Arizona, San Francisco, Cincinnati

Jacksonville

Home: Houston, Indianapolis, Tennessee, Kansas City, San Diego, Arizona, San Francisco, Buffalo
Away: Houston, Indianapolis, Tennessee, Denver, Oakland, St. Louis, Seattle, Cleveland

Tennessee

Home: Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Kansas City, San Diego, Arizona, San Francisco, N.Y. Jets
Away: Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Denver, Oakland, St. Louis, Seattle, Pittsburgh

AFC WEST

Denver

Home: Kansas City, Oakland, San Diego, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Philadelphia, Washington, Baltimore
Away: Kansas City, Oakland, San Diego, Houston, Indianapolis, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, New England

Kansas City

Home: Denver, Oakland, San Diego, Houston, Indianapolis, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Cleveland
Away: Denver, Oakland, San Diego, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Philadelphia, Washington, Buffalo

Oakland

Home: Denver, Kansas City, San Diego, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Philadelphia, Washington, Pittsburgh
Away: Denver, Kansas City, San Diego, Houston, Indianapolis, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, N.Y. Jets

San Diego

Home: Denver, Kansas City, Oakland, Houston, Indianapolis, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Cincinnati
Away: Denver, Kansas City, Oakland, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Philadelphia, Washington, Miami

NFC EAST

Dallas

Home: N.Y. Giants, Philadelphia, Washington, Green Bay, Minnesota, Denver, Oakland, St. Louis
Away: N.Y. Giants, Philadelphia, Washington, Chicago, Detroit, Kansas City, San Diego, New Orleans

N.Y. Giants

Home: Dallas, Philadelphia, Washington, Green Bay, Minnesota, Denver, Oakland, Seattle
Away: Dallas, Philadelphia, Washington, Chicago, Detroit, Kansas City, San Diego, Carolina

Philadelphia

Home: Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Washington, Chicago, Detroit, Kansas City, San Diego, Arizona
Away: Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Washington, Green Bay, Minnesota, Denver, Oakland, Tampa Bay

Washington

Home: Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Philadelphia, Chicago, Detroit, Kansas City, San Diego, San Francisco
Away: Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Philadelphia, Green Bay, Minnesota, Denver, Oakland, Atlanta

NFC NORTH

Chicago

Home: Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Baltimore, Cincinnati, New Orleans
Away: Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota, Philadelphia, Washington, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, St. Louis

Detroit

Home: Chicago, Green Bay, Minnesota, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Tampa Bay
Away: Chicago, Green Bay, Minnesota, Philadelphia, Washington, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Arizona

Green Bay

Home: Chicago, Detroit, Minnesota, Philadelphia, Washington, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Atlanta
Away: Chicago, Detroit, Minnesota, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Baltimore, Cincinnati, San Francisco

Minnesota

Home: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Philadelphia, Washington, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Carolina
Away: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Seattle

NFC SOUTH

Atlanta

Home: Carolina, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, St. Louis, Seattle, New England, N.Y. Jets, Washington
Away: Carolina, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Arizona, San Francisco, Buffalo, Miami, Green Bay

Carolina

Home: Atlanta, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, St. Louis, Seattle, New England, N.Y. Jets, N.Y. Giants
Away: Atlanta, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Arizona, San Francisco, Buffalo, Miami, Minnesota

New Orleans

Home: Atlanta, Carolina, Tampa Bay, Arizona, San Francisco, Buffalo, Miami, Dallas
Away: Atlanta, Carolina, Tampa Bay, St. Louis, Seattle, New England, N.Y. Jets, Chicago

Tampa Bay

Home: Atlanta, Carolina, New Orleans, Arizona, San Francisco, Buffalo, Miami, Philadelphia
Away: Atlanta, Carolina, New Orleans, St. Louis, Seattle, New England, N.Y. Jets, Detroit

NFC WEST

Arizona

Home: St. Louis, San Francisco, Seattle, Atlanta, Carolina, Houston, Indianapolis, Detroit
Away: St. Louis, San Francisco, Seattle, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Philadelphia

San Francisco

Home: Arizona, St. Louis, Seattle, Atlanta, Carolina, Houston, Indianapolis, Green Bay
Away: Arizona, St. Louis, Seattle, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Washington

Seattle

Home: Arizona, San Francisco, St. Louis, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Minnesota
Away: Arizona, San Francisco, St. Louis, Atlanta, Carolina, Houston, Indianapolis, N.Y. Giants

St. Louis

Home: Arizona, San Francisco, Seattle, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Chicago
Away: Arizona, San Francisco, Seattle, Atlanta, Carolina, Houston, Indianapolis, Dallas

Comments (45)

The Bronco’s always seem to be unlucky when it comes to games out of the division and where they’re played. NYG, Dallas, Indianapolis (That’s going to be an interesting one), Houston and New England all play Denver at home.

since dallas sucks, they should win that one no matter where its played. they should win at least 5 of their road games, dallas, giants, division games and maybe indy. with that schedule, they should go 11-5, losing to baltimore, washington,new england, houston and one division game

The Giants seem to have a fairly easy schedule, our only worries are the Redskins, Seahawks, and Broncos.

HA youre retarded. they will have to go against kaerpernick twice. go niners. super bowl repeat champions in 2013 to go to 7-0 in the
big game

i think its bull that kc chiefs always have a tough schedule after a rough season bu the game im looking forward to is the philly one GO CHIEFS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! PLAYOFF BOUND 2013

i agree with u kate. even though the didn’t make it to the playoffs they are still the american team. they are my dream team!

the cowboys are going to kick butts this 2013 season. they r going to make it because i have the confidence. I love my coboys!

I don’t no what dream. World cowboy fans are living in cowboys suk until jerry jones sells the team they ain’t going 2do nothing p.s.they ain’t america’s

Want to take my boys to a cowboy game in 2013. Can anybody tellme how to find out the dates the team will be at home?

Not weird at all. Indianapolis and Kansas City finished last place in their divisions and therefore they were matched up this past year. Every three years, the AFC South plays against AFC West teams. In 2010, the Chiefs and Colts played in Indianapolis as part of the NFL’s scheduling rotation and this year, it is the reverse pattern where both teams play in Kansas City this year.

The NFL Record & Fact Book is a great source which will tell you the exact schedule for 2013 and future seasons. You can find it at your local bookstore this summer.

I hope that this answers your question. :)

After what the NFL did to the Saints last year….we all watch games as fans and seem to see things so clearly…how can the coaches not notice? Well, they are so into the actual game, and when it’s over…no time to look back, it’s on to the next opponent. Sean Payton has had a full year to just watch…as we do. The organization as a whole has been wronged, their leader banished. Well…guess who’s back, certainly with a vengeance. Oh, and Rob Ryan too. Place your bets.

Yeah, watch out for the rams this year man. No 1 in sacks last yr. look out for Bradford this yr!!

Thanks. Going to Seattle in Sept and would like to catch a game. Unfortunately can’t wait that long to book. So here’s another question for the really well versed fans….do home games follow a pattern every year…i.e 2nd and 4th Sunday of Sept?

Gatorsh.t!!!
If we don’t get it, the Seachickens or the Broncos will.
Not the Packers,Pats, Cowgirls,or the Dirty b.tches (Falcons).

Who’s got it better than the 49ers??
any team that beats y’all DUH!

I hope you guys are not trying to count out the Saints.
Yeah, we suckazz last year but for legitimate reasons.

Payton is back along with a few new friends in Rob Ryan,a new DC,OC,and a few new guys

We are still a Superbowl calibre team and it’s our turn now to do the upsetting against the 40whinners,Packers,Panthers,and we might beat the overrated chokers Failclowns twice and get the NFC south.

Yeah I know some of you may say I’m being delusional but we’re just going to have to prove that we’re still No.1 and get ring No.2…

BTW, the Cowboys are not America’s team,the Failclowns won’t win 12 games this coming season,and the 40whinners’ catch phrase is STUPID!!!

Who Dat?
We Dat!
Believe Dat!!!

bull the 49ers is the best and saints suck u guys hav no D and u guys only win cuz of drew brees who threw 2 pics against the niners

The preseason ESPN power rankings just came out. Seahawks #1, 49ers #2. A MNF game in Seattle would be like a deafening cage match. Two teams that don’t like each other and two head coaches who don’t like each other. This should be another special season for both teams.

The Dallas Cowboys are going to surprise a lot of faces this 2013 Season! :] Romo’s happy, defense is healthy, Bryant Is pumped! Lets get em! 10-6 lowest we’ll go.