NFL Releases 2017 Regular Season Schedule

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The NFL Network announced today the league will release its regular season schedule Thursday at 5 p.m.

The 2017 Kickoff will take place September 7 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. It'll come against their division rivals, the New York Giants, kicking off at 8:30 p.m. ET.

The Patriots will host the Falcons in Week 7 on Monday morning, October 23 at 1.30am in a rematch of Super Bowl LI. The other takes place October 30 against Denver at Arrowhead Stadium. The nationally televised game that night will feature the New York Giants against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium.

Their first matchup with Oakland comes in a Thursday Night Football affair in the Bay Area on CBS 30 KCJO.

Ahead of the release of the National Football League schedule, which will happen Thursday, we now know the date for probably the most notable game of the 2017 season. "We are looking forward to getting in front of Chiefs Kingdom and building off the success we had last season".

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The NFL will release the full 2017 schedule on Thursday, and it's an exciting moment for fans. The Chiefs defeated the Raiders at home, 21-13. That game against Oakland, given the location and the strength of opponent, might be the toughest game on New England's schedule.

While Week 15 carries a fraction of the depth of other weeks, two very big games push the mid-December week into the top three.

As it stands right now, the Chiefs are currently seven-point underdogs against New England in Week 1. The Eagles, who lost to Reid's Chiefs, 26-16, in 2013, will face Reid for the second time since his firing in 2012.

Home Opener - This year's first home game won't be Game 1 but it will come against the Jets' friends to the south, the Dolphins, who will come to MetLife on September 24.