2017 NFL opponents determined

By Kevin Kelley -

With the completion of the 2016 regular season, the complete list of home and away 2017 NFL opponents has been determined.

Future NFL opponents are determined by a league rotation each year. The final two opponents are based on the league standings at the end of the season.

The complete 2017 NFL Football Schedule will likely be released in mid-to-late April. The 2017 season kicks off on Thursday, September 7 and culminates with Super Bowl LII at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

2017 NFL OPPONENTS

AFC EAST

Buffalo

Home: Miami, New England, NY Jets, Denver, Oakland, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis
Away: Miami, New England, NY Jets, Kansas City, LA Chargers, Atlanta, Carolina, Cincinnati

Miami

Home: Buffalo, New England, NY Jets, Denver, Oakland, New Orleans (London), Tampa Bay, Tennessee
Away: Buffalo, New England, NY Jets, Kansas City, LA Chargers, Atlanta, Carolina, Baltimore

New England

Home: Buffalo, Miami, NY Jets, Kansas City, LA Chargers, Atlanta, Carolina, Houston
Away: Buffalo, Miami, NY Jets, Denver, Oakland, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Pittsburgh

NY Jets

Home: Buffalo, Miami, New England, Kansas City, LA Chargers, Atlanta, Carolina, Jacksonville
Away: Buffalo, Miami, New England, Denver, Oakland, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Cleveland

AFC NORTH

Baltimore

Home: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Houston, Indianapolis, Chicago, Detroit, Miami
Away: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Jacksonville (London), Tennessee, Green Bay, Minnesota, Oakland

Cincinnati

Home: Baltimore, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Houston, Indianapolis, Chicago, Detroit, Buffalo
Away: Baltimore, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Green Bay, Minnesota, Denver

Cleveland

Home: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Green Bay, Minnesota (London), NY Jets
Away: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Houston, Indianapolis, Chicago, Detroit, LA Chargers

Pittsburgh

Home: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Green Bay, Minnesota, New England
Away: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Houston, Indianapolis, Chicago, Detroit, Kansas City

AFC SOUTH

Houston

Home: Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Arizona, San Francisco, Kansas City
Away: Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Baltimore, Cincinnati, LA Rams, Seattle, New England

Indianapolis

Home: Houston, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Arizona, San Francisco, Denver
Away: Houston, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Baltimore, Cincinnati, LA Rams, Seattle, Buffalo

Jacksonville

Home: Houston, Indianapolis, Tennessee, Baltimore (London), Cincinnati, LA Rams, Seattle, LA Chargers
Away: Houston, Indianapolis, Tennessee, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Arizona, San Francisco, NY Jets

Tennessee

Home: Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Baltimore, Cincinnati, LA Rams, Seattle, Oakland
Away: Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Arizona, San Francisco, Miami

AFC WEST

Denver

Home: Kansas City, Oakland, LA Chargers, New England, NY Jets, Dallas, NY Giants, Cincinnati
Away: Kansas City, Oakland, LA Chargers, Buffalo, Miami, Philadelphia, Washington, Indianapolis

Kansas City

Home: Denver, Oakland, LA Chargers, Buffalo, Miami, Philadelphia, Washington, Pittsburgh
Away: Denver, Oakland, LA Chargers, New England, NY Jets, Dallas, NY Giants, Houston

LA Chargers

Home: Denver, Kansas City, Oakland, Buffalo, Miami, Philadelphia, Washington, Cleveland
Away: Denver, Kansas City, Oakland, New England, NY Jets, Dallas, NY Giants, Jacksonville

Oakland

Home: Denver, Kansas City, LA Chargers, New England, NY Jets, Dallas, NY Giants, Baltimore
Away: Denver, Kansas City, LA Chargers, Buffalo, Miami, Philadelphia, Washington, Tennessee

NFC EAST

Dallas

Home: NY Giants, Philadelphia, Washington, LA Rams, Seattle, Kansas City, LA Chargers, Green Bay
Away: NY Giants, Philadelphia, Washington, Arizona, San Francisco, Denver, Oakland, Atlanta

NY Giants

Home: Dallas, Philadelphia, Washington, LA Rams, Seattle, Kansas City, LA Chargers, Detroit
Away: Dallas, Philadelphia, Washington, Arizona, San Francisco, Denver, Oakland, Tampa Bay

Philadelphia

Home: Dallas, NY Giants, Washington, Arizona, San Francisco, Denver, Oakland, Chicago
Away: Dallas, NY Giants, Washington, LA Rams, Seattle, Kansas City, LA Chargers, Carolina

Washington

Home: Dallas, NY Giants, Philadelphia, Arizona, San Francisco, Denver, Oakland, Minnesota
Away: Dallas, NY Giants, Philadelphia, LA Rams, Seattle, Kansas City, LA Chargers, New Orleans

NFC NORTH

Chicago

Home: Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota, Atlanta, Carolina, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, San Francisco
Away: Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Philadelphia

Detroit

Home: Chicago, Green Bay, Minnesota, Atlanta, Carolina, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Arizona
Away: Chicago, Green Bay, Minnesota, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Baltimore, Cincinnati, NY Giants

Green Bay

Home: Chicago, Detroit, Minnesota, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Seattle
Away: Chicago, Detroit, Minnesota, Atlanta, Carolina, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Dallas

Minnesota

Home: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Baltimore, Cincinnati, LA Rams
Away: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Atlanta, Carolina, Cleveland (London), Pittsburgh, Washington

NFC SOUTH

Atlanta

Home: Carolina, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Green Bay, Minnesota, Buffalo, Miami, Dallas
Away: Carolina, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Chicago, Detroit, New England, NY Jets, Seattle

Carolina

Home: Atlanta, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Green Bay, Minnesota, Buffalo, Miami, Philadelphia
Away: Atlanta, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Chicago, Detroit, New England, NY Jets, San Francisco

New Orleans

Home: Atlanta, Carolina, Tampa Bay, Chicago, Detroit, New England, NY Jets, Washington
Away: Atlanta, Carolina, Tampa Bay, Green Bay, Miami (London), Minnesota, Buffalo, LA Rams

Tampa Bay

Home: Atlanta, Carolina, New Orleans, Chicago, Detroit, New England, NY Jets, NY Giants
Away: Atlanta, Carolina, New Orleans, Green Bay, Minnesota, Buffalo, Miami, Arizona

NFC WEST

Arizona

Home: LA Rams, San Francisco, Seattle, Dallas, NY Giants, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Tampa Bay
Away: LA Rams (London), San Francisco, Seattle, Seattle, Philadelphia, Washington, Houston, Indianapolis, Detroit

LA Rams

Home: Arizona (London), San Francisco, Seattle, Philadelphia, Washington, Houston, Indianapolis, New Orleans
Away: Arizona, San Francisco, Seattle, Dallas, NY Giants, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Minnesota

San Francisco

Home: Arizona, LA Rams, Seattle, Dallas, NY Giants, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Carolina
Away: Arizona, LA Rams, Seattle, Philadelphia, Washington, Houston, Indianapolis, Chicago

Seattle

Home: Arizona, San Francisco, LA Rams, Philadelphia, Washington, Houston, Indianapolis, Atlanta
Away: Arizona, San Francisco, LA Rams, Dallas, NY Giants, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Green Bay

  1. David
    January 3, 2017 at 7:26 pm

    Might as well go ahead and change Los Angeles to LA Rams. ;)
    Lord only knows what the Chargers will be this fall… LA Chargers. There’s a throwback!

  2. Clay Heffron
    January 4, 2017 at 12:58 pm

    Well hope this year goes well! Go vikes #SKOL

  3. Joey
    January 6, 2017 at 5:17 am

    Arizona plays 2 games at Seattle.

  4. Andy S M
    January 6, 2017 at 1:56 pm

    45 years after, ‘phins in the limelights again!!

  5. January 8, 2017 at 12:33 am

    How does New England consistently draw relatively easy schedules?

    • Don
      January 10, 2017 at 5:57 am

      How do you figure that ? Why do they consistently give Denver home games against the Patriots ? Denver won the Super Bowl in 2016……yet every important game against the best of the AFC were in Denver !

    • Don
      January 10, 2017 at 6:03 am

      They played Houston, Denver and Pittsburgh on the road……….yet Denver…..who won the Super Bowl……..played every major AFC game at home (not counting division…..of which half are home games)

    • Rob
      January 16, 2017 at 8:53 pm

      Criticism on how the schedule is made is misguided. There’s absolutely no subjectivity in the way the NFL schedule is made. It’s all a rotation of division A playing division B one year and division C the next, etc. The schedule is laid out for an indefinite number of future seasons because of this rotation system.

      The only specific matchups that are not predetermined are two games which are determined by your previous year’s finish. As an example, the entire AFC East plays the entire AFC West. In addition NE’s first place 2016 finish matches them up with Houston and Pittsburgh in 2017 while the Dolphins play Tennessee and Baltimore. The home / away aspect of this piece, however, is predetermined as well.

    • amypz
      February 26, 2017 at 12:31 pm

      Easy, not easy….Ryan, Brees, Rivers, Newton, Winston….tough QBs.

  6. Gil
    January 9, 2017 at 4:09 pm

    Want to see Steelers at Los Angeles

    • Seth Killinger
      January 15, 2017 at 4:23 pm

      I want the Steelers to go 0-16 and the Texans beat them in the 2017-2018 regular season in Houston

  7. Robert Boisseau
    January 11, 2017 at 7:48 pm

    Hopefully the Rams win 10 games

  8. Lizzy
    January 12, 2017 at 6:21 pm

    Well you changed the name on the top for the Chargers but you need to change everything else for who plays them next season

  9. Rock
    January 15, 2017 at 11:21 am

    How many Los Angeles teams are we going to have

  10. Seth Killinger
    January 15, 2017 at 4:21 pm

    I hope the Houston Texans win the division for the 3rd year in a row but the trash browns wont get in their way from another playoff appearance and faces new England for 3 years in a row from 2015-2017 regular season and that’s difficult. God bless everyone Go texans

    • Seth Killinger
      January 15, 2017 at 4:26 pm

      Forgot to put that the history of Houston and New England in the past 7 meetings is New England is up 6-1 which I don’t like

  11. stefan
    January 17, 2017 at 7:51 am

    What happened to 49ers this year ? they have a new Stadium but only 2 wins ….
    Stefan from Germany

  12. Scott
    February 7, 2017 at 8:02 am

    49ers only won 2 because they have a a anti American QB who sucks.

  13. Scott
    February 7, 2017 at 8:08 am

    I can see the buc’ s going 9-7 maybe 10-6 and a wildcard team if we get a number 2 We and safety help either in the draft or free agency like Eric berry

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