2015 NFL Schedule – Week 1

By Kevin Kelley -

The 2015 NFL Schedule – Week 1 kicks off tonight, Thursday, Sept. 10, with the Pittsburgh Steelers visiting the New England Patriots. The game will be televised by NBC at 8:30pm ET.

Sunday’s action begins at 1pm ET with seven games, followed by two at 4:05pm and three at 4:25pm. In the first Sunday Night Football game of the season, the New York Giants travel to take on Dallas (8:30pm ET, NBC).

Monday Night Football features two games — Philadelphia at Atlanta (7:10pm ET) and Minnesota at San Francisco (10:20pm ET). Both games will be televised by ESPN.

Thursday, Sept. 10, 2015

Matchup Time (ET) TV / Tickets
New England 28, Pittsburgh 21 8:30 pm NBC

Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015

Matchup Time (ET) TV / Tickets
Kansas City at Houston 1:00 pm CBS / Tickets
Indianapolis at Buffalo 1:00 pm CBS / Tickets
Green Bay at Chicago 1:00 pm FOX / Tickets
Carolina at Jacksonville 1:00 pm FOX / Tickets
Cleveland at NY Jets 1:00 pm CBS / Tickets
Miami at Washington 1:00 pm CBS / Tickets
Seattle at St. Louis 1:00 pm FOX / Tickets
Detroit at San Diego 4:05 pm FOX / Tickets
New Orleans at Arizona 4:05 pm FOX / Tickets
Cincinnati at Oakland 4:25 pm CBS / Tickets
Baltimore at Denver 4:25 pm CBS / Tickets
Tennessee at Tampa Bay 4:25 pm CBS / Tickets
NY Giants at Dallas 8:30 pm NBC / Tickets

Monday, Sept. 14, 2015

Matchup Time (ET) TV / Tickets
Philadelphia at Atlanta 7:10 pm ESPN / Tickets
Minnesota at San Francisco 10:20 pm ESPN / Tickets

NFL Schedules

  1. margaret A. Rojo
    September 13, 2015 at 1:10 am

    what channel can I watch the Green Bay vs. Chicago game on Sept 13th…..I live in Los Angeles

  2. Daniel Juhasz
    September 13, 2015 at 6:16 pm

    Everywhere I’ve checked I have found FOX listed as airing NFL games today (09/13/2015), yet having looked and re-looked @ my channel guide listings I have found NOTHING even resembling NFL coverage today on my cable carrier (COX Communications). What gives? Why not?

    • Kevin Kelley
      September 14, 2015 at 9:32 am

      Most NFL games aren’t broadcasted nationally except for the prime-time games. Some local affiliates show different games due to their market and/or some may not broadcast NFL at all.

  3. Daniel Juhasz
    September 13, 2015 at 6:20 pm

    BTW: There’s nothing listed on my tv programming guide today regarding NFL tv coverage on FS1 or FS2, either!