2013 NFL Sunday Night Football Schedule

By Kevin Kelley -
Baltimore-Denver

Baltimore at Denver kicks off the 2013 NFL season. (Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports)

Sunday Night Football kicks off with a special season-opening game on Thursday, Sept. 5. The Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens travel to face the Denver Broncos at 8:30 p.m. ET on NBC.

Games on Sunday begin on Sept. 8 with the Dallas Cowboys hosting the New York Giants. That game, as well as all remaining Sunday night games, will be televised at 8:30 p.m. ET on NBC.

A second Sunday Night Football game will be played on Thanksgiving night, Thursday, Nov. 28. That match-up features Pittsburgh visiting Baltimore.

Overall, Sunday Night Football on NBC will include 18 regular-season NFL games.

2013 NFL Sunday Night Football Schedule

All games at 8:30 p.m. ET on NBC

  • Sept. 5 – Baltimore at Denver (Thursday)
  • Sept. 8 – N.Y. Giants at Dallas
  • Sept. 15 – San Francisco at Seattle
  • Sept. 22 – Chicago at Pittsburgh
  • Sept. 29 – New England at Atlanta
  • Oct. 6 – Houston at San Francisco
  • Oct. 13 – Washington at Dallas
  • Oct. 20 – Denver at Indianapolis
  • Oct. 27 – Green Bay at Minnesota
  • Nov. 3 – Indianapolis at Houston
  • Nov. 10 – Dallas at New Orleans
  • Nov. 17 – Kansas City at Denver
  • Nov. 24 – Denver at New England
  • Nov. 28 – Pittsburgh at Baltimore (Thursday)
  • Dec. 1 – N.Y. Giants at Washington
  • Dec. 8 – Carolina at New Orleans
  • Dec. 15 – Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
  • Dec. 22 – Chicago at Philadelphia
  • Dec. 29 – Philadelphia at Dallas
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6 Comments to 2013 NFL Sunday Night Football Schedule

  1. Shep said....

    This is bs, the Lions never get isolated prime games on Thursday or Sunday night. They have 1 MNF game this year, and their home MNF game last year was played on a Saturday. I like Brady and all, but 3 games? Also 3 for the Giants/Green Bay? What garbage.

    September 4, 2013 at 11:52 pm
  2. BangBang said....

    3 for Denver, Baltimore, Pittsburgh & Dallas. 2 for San Fran, Indy, Houston and Washington. There are 18 Sunday night games. That’s plenty for every team to get one Sunday prime time game. So why can’t we watch Detroit, KC, Miami, Tampa, NYJ, Jax, Carolina, SD, Oakland, AZ, Buffalo, Cleveland, StL, TN, Philly.

    I would love to see Cincy in a Sunday or Monday night game every week. Otherwise, I really don’t give a crap who’s playing. Odds are the 2nd and 3rd time Dallas, NYG, GB, NE, Denver, Indy and Houston play, I’ll find something else to do.

    September 7, 2013 at 3:38 pm
    • Just said....

      None of those teams that you mentioned are ever contenders! Maybe after this season the Bengals will get a game or two because they are winning. No offense, but who the hell wants to watch the Raiders? The Raiders remind me of the Wildcats before Goldie coached the team…Carolina? How many games did they win? The Florida three..Miami, Tampa, Jacksonville…Hmm, how many games did Jacksonville win this year? They just lost the only player they have to a drug suspension. Miami might get a Sunday Night appearance next season if they keep up their good play….Tampa Bay…..Went through another Qb, huh? You’ll see KC get a Sunday game or two if they continue playing great ball like they are. Buffalo? aaaah, Buffalo, I don’t think they won more than 8 games since Jim Kelly was QB. The New York Jets have been playing good football. If they keep it up they may get a Sunday game next year. AZ, ST. Louis, Philly… Come on! You have to be a contender or win to get love! Yeah, Dallas has only won one playoff game in 16 years and have been an average 8-8 for the last couple of years but they are still in contention for a playoff spot at the end of the year. Buffalo, St Louis, Miami, Cincy, The Jets, Jacksonville, Tampa Bay, Oakland , AZ, Cleveland, Tennesee and Philly have been losing football teams! People want to watch contenders…People want to watch the best the NFL has to offer…If you want to watch these teams get the NFL Network and watch the Thursday games….lol! The people want to watch Manning v Brady on Sunday Night after a hard week of work not Who the hell are the QB’S of half the teams you mentioned? They change every week….LOL! Hope this answers your question….. Cincy, Miami, and the Jets are playing good football. Carolina is coming on…If they keep it up the rest of the season one of these teams will get a spot…

      November 3, 2013 at 5:28 pm
  3. Gary fortey said....

    Pleas pleas bring back Fath Hill

    October 6, 2013 at 8:27 pm
  4. Anthony Mardhall said....

    I to would like to Detroit Lions on Sunday nite and Monday nite football they have had the most explosive Ofense n NFL the past 2 Seasons.

    November 4, 2013 at 3:07 am
  5. Miles angel said....

    Raiders will be on NBC Sunday night football soon

    November 29, 2013 at 12:57 pm

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