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2004 NFL Schedule


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The schedule for the upcoming 2004 NFL season has been released

All times are US/Eastern

http://www.nfl.com/schedules

WEEK 1

Thursday, Sept. 9

Indianapolis at New England, 9:00

Sunday, Sept. 12

Jacksonville at Buffalo, 1:00 Detroit at Chicago, 1:00

Baltimore at Cleveland, 1:00 San Diego at Houston, 1:00

Tennessee at Miami, 1:00 Seattle at New Orleans, 1:00

Cincinnati at N.Y. Jets, 1:00 Oakland at Pittsburgh, 1:00

Arizona at St. Louis, 1:00 Tampa Bay at Washington, 1:00

Dallas at Minnesota, 4:15 N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia, 4:15

Atlanta at San Francisco, 4:15 Kansas City at Denver, 8:30

Monday, Sept. 13

Green Bay at Carolina, 9:00

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WEEK 2

Sunday, Sept. 19

St. Louis at Atlanta, 1:00 Pittsburgh at Baltimore, 1:00

Houston at Detroit, 1:00 Chicago at Green Bay, 1:00

Denver at Jacksonville, 1:00 Carolina at Kansas City, 1:00

San Francisco at New Orleans, 1:00 Washington at N.Y. Giants, 1:00

Indianapolis at Tennessee, 1:00 Seattle at Tampa Bay, 4:05

New England at Arizona, 4:15 Cleveland at Dallas, 4:15

Buffalo at Oakland, 4:15 N.Y. Jets at San Diego, 4:15

Miami at Cincinnati, 8:30

Monday, Sept. 20

Minnesota at Philadelphia, 9:00

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WEEK 3

Sunday, Sept. 26

Arizona at Atlanta, 1:00 Baltimore at Cincinnati, 1:00

Philadelphia at Detroit, 1:00 Houston at Kansas City, 1:00

Pittsburgh at Miami, 1:00 Chicago at Minnesota, 1:00

Cleveland at N.Y. Giants, 1:00 New Orleans at St. Louis, 1:00

Jacksonville at Tennessee, 1:00 San Diego at Denver, 4:05

Green Bay at Indianapolis, 4:15 San Francisco at Seattle, 4:15

Tampa Bay at Oakland, 8:30

Monday, Sept. 27

Dallas at Washington, 9:00

Open date: Buffalo, Carolina, New England, N.Y, Jets

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WEEK 4

Sunday, Oct. 3

New England at Buffalo, 1:00 Philadelphia at Chicago, 1:00

Washington at Cleveland, 1:00 N.Y. Giants at Green Bay, 1:00

Oakland at Houston, 1:00 Indianapolis at Jacksonville, 1:00

Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, 1:00 New Orleans at Arizona, 4:05

Atlanta at Carolina, 4:05 N.Y. Jets at Miami, 4:15

Tennessee at San Diego, 4:15 Denver at Tampa Bay, 4:15

St. Louis at San Francisco, 8:30

Monday, Oct. 4

Kansas City at Baltimore, 9:00

Open date: Dallas, Detroit, Minnesota, Seattle

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WEEK 5

Sunday, Oct. 10

Detroit at Atlanta, 1:00 N.Y. Giants at Dallas, 1:00

Minnesota at Houston, 1:00 Oakland at Indianapolis, 1:00

Miami at New England, 1:00 Tampa Bay at New Orleans, 1:00

Cleveland at Pittsburgh, 1:00 Buffalo at N.Y. Jets, 4:05

Jacksonville at San Diego, 4:05 Carolina at Denver, 4:15

Arizona at San Francisco, 4:15 St. Louis at Seattle, 4:15

Baltimore at Washington, 8:30

Monday, Oct. 11

Tennessee at Green Bay, 9:00

Open date: Chicago, Cincinnati, Kansas City, Philadelphia

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WEEK 6

Sunday, Oct. 17

San Diego at Atlanta, 1:00 Miami at Buffalo, 1:00

Washington at Chicago, 1:00 Cincinnati at Cleveland, 1:00

Green Bay at Detroit, 1:00 Kansas City at Jacksonville, 1:00

Seattle at New England, 1:00 San Francisco at N.Y. Jets, 1:00

Carolina at Philadelphia, 1:00 Houston at Tennessee, 1:00

Pittsburgh at Dallas, 4:15 Denver at Oakland, 4:15

Minnesota at New Orleans, 8:30

Monday, Oct. 18

Tampa Bay at St. Louis, 9:00

Open date: Arizona, Baltimore, Indianapolis, N.Y. Giants

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WEEK 7

Sunday, Oct. 24

Buffalo at Baltimore, 1:00 San Diego at Carolina, 1:00

Philadelphia at Cleveland, 1:00 Jacksonville at Indianapolis, 1:00

Atlanta at Kansas City, 1:00 St. Louis at Miami, 1:00

Tennessee at Minnesota, 1:00 Detroit at N.Y. Giants, 1:00

Chicago at Tampa Bay, 1:00 N.Y. Jets at New England, 4:05

Seattle at Arizona, 4:15 Dallas at Green Bay, 4:15

New Orleans at Oakland, 4:15

Monday, Oct. 25

Denver at Cincinnati, 9:00

Open date: Houston, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Washington

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WEEK 8

Sunday, Oct. 31

Arizona at Buffalo, 1:00 Detroit at Dallas, 1:00

Jacksonville at Houston, 1:00 Indianapolis at Kansas City, 1:00

N.Y. Giants at Minnesota, 1:00 Baltimore at Philadelphia, 1:00

Cincinnati at Tennessee, 1:00 Green Bay at Washington, 1:00

Atlanta at Denver, 4:05 Carolina at Seattle, 4:05

New England at Pittsburgh, 4:15 Oakland at San Diego, 4:15

San Francisco at Chicago, 8:30

Monday, Nov. 1

Miami at N.Y. Jets, 9:00

Open date: Cleveland, New Orleans, St. Louis, Tampa Bay

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WEEK 9

Sunday, Nov. 7

N.Y. Jets at Buffalo, 1:00 Oakland at Carolina, 1:00

Dallas at Cincinnati, 1:00 Washington at Detroit, 1:00

Arizona at Miami, 1:00 Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, 1:00

Kansas City at Tampa Bay, 1:00 Chicago at N.Y. Giants, 4:05

New Orleans at San Diego, 4:05 Seattle at San Francisco, 4:05

Houston at Denver, 4:15 New England at St. Louis, 4:15

Cleveland at Baltimore, 8:30

Monday, Nov. 8

Minnesota at Indianapolis, 9:00

Open date: Atlanta, Jacksonville, Green Bay, Tennessee

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WEEK 10

Sunday, Nov. 14

Tampa Bay at Atlanta, 1:00 Pittsburgh at Cleveland, 1:00

Houston at Indianapolis, 1:00 Detroit at Jacksonville, 1:00

Kansas City at New Orleans, 1:00 Baltimore at N.Y. Jets, 1:00

Seattle at St. Louis, 1:00 Chicago at Tennessee, 1:00

Cincinnati at Washington, 4:05 N.Y. Giants at Arizona, 4:15

Minnesota at Green Bay, 4:15 Carolina at San Francisco, 4:15

Buffalo at New England, 8:30

Monday, Nov. 15

Philadelphia at Dallas, 9:00

Open date: Denver, Miami, Oakland, San Diego

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WEEK 11

Sunday, Nov. 21

Dallas at Baltimore, 1:00 St. Louis at Buffalo, 1:00

Arizona at Carolina, 1:00 Indianapolis at Chicago, 1:00

Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, 1:00 N.Y. Jets at Cleveland, 1:00

Tennessee at Jacksonville, 1:00 Detroit at Minnesota, 1:00

Denver at New Orleans, 1:00 San Francisco at Tampa Bay, 1:00

San Diego at Oakland, 4:05 Miami at Seattle, 4:05

Atlanta at N.Y. Giants, 4:15 Washington at Philadelphia, 4:15

Green Bay at Houston, 8:30

Monday, Nov. 22

New England at Kansas City, 9:00

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WEEK 12

Thursday, Nov. 25

Indianapolis at Detroit, 12:30 Chicago at Dallas, 4:15

Sunday, Nov. 28

Tampa Bay at Carolina, 1:00 Cleveland at Cincinnati, 1:00

Tennessee at Houston, 1:00 San Diego at Kansas City, 1:00

Jacksonville at Minnesota, 1:00 Baltimore at New England, 1:00

Philadelphia at N.Y. Giants, 1:00 Washington at Pittsburgh, 1:00

New Orleans at Atlanta, 4:05 N.Y. Jets at Arizona, 4:15

Miami at San Francisco, 4:15 Buffalo at Seattle, 4:15

Oakland at Denver, 8:30

Monday, Nov. 29

St. Louis at Green Bay, 9:00

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WEEK 13

Sunday, Dec. 5

Cincinnati at Baltimore, 1:00 Minnesota at Chicago, 1:00

New England at Cleveland, 1:00 Arizona at Detroit, 1:00

Tennessee at Indianapolis, 1:00 Buffalo at Miami, 1:00

Carolina at New Orleans, 1:00 Houston at N.Y. Jets, 1:00

San Francisco at St. Louis, 1:00 Atlanta at Tampa Bay, 1:00

Kansas City at Oakland, 4:05 Denver at San Diego, 4:05

Green Bay at Philadelphia, 4:15 N.Y. Giants at Washington, 4:15

Pittsburgh at Jacksonville, 8:30

Monday, Dec. 6

Dallas at Seattle, 9:00

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WEEK 14

Sunday, Dec. 12

Oakland at Atlanta, 1:00 N.Y. Giants at Baltimore, 1:00

Cleveland at Buffalo, 1:00 New Orleans at Dallas, 1:00

Detroit at Green Bay, 1:00 Indianapolis at Houston, 1:00

Chicago at Jacksonville, 1:00 Seattle at Minnesota, 1:00

Cincinnati at New England, 1:00 Miami at Denver, 4:05

N.Y. Jets at Pittsburgh, 4:05 San Francisco at Arizona, 4:15

St. Louis at Carolina, 4:15 Tampa Bay at San Diego, 4:15

Philadelphia at Washington, 8:30

Monday, Dec. 13

Kansas City at Tennessee, 9:00

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WEEK 15

Saturday, Dec. 18

Pittsburgh at N.Y. Giants, 1:30 Washington at San Francisco, 5:00

Carolina at Atlanta, 8:30

Sunday, Dec. 19

Houston at Chicago, 1:00 Buffalo at Cincinnati, 1:00

Jacksonville at Green Bay, 1:00 Minnesota at Detroit, 1:00

San Diego at Cleveland, 1:00 Seattle at N.Y. Jets, 1:00

Dallas at Philadelphia, 1:00 St. Louis at Arizona, 4:05

New Orleans at Tampa Bay, 4:05 Denver at Kansas City, 4:15

Tennessee at Oakland, 4:15 Baltimore at Indianapolis, 8:30

Monday, Dec. 20

New England at Miami, 9:00

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WEEK 16

Friday, Dec. 24

Green Bay at Minnesota, 3:00

Saturday, Dec. 25

Oakland at Kansas City, 5:00 Denver at Tennessee, 8:30

Sunday, Dec. 26

N.Y. Giants at Cincinnati, 1:00 Chicago at Detroit, 1:00

San Diego at Indianapolis, 1:00 Houston at Jacksonville, 1:00

Atlanta at New Orleans, 1:00 Baltimore at Pittsburgh, 1:00

Carolina at Tampa Bay, 1:00 New England at N.Y. Jets, 4:05

Buffalo at San Francisco, 4:05 Washington at Dallas, 4:15

Arizona at Seattle, 4:15 Cleveland at Miami, 8:30

Monday, Dec. 27

Philadelphia at St. Louis, 9:00

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WEEK 17

Sunday, Jan. 2

Miami at Baltimore, 1:00 Pittsburgh at Buffalo, 1:00

New Orleans at Carolina, 1:00 Green Bay at Chicago, 1:00

Cleveland at Houston, 1:00 San Francisco at New England, 1:00

Cincinnati at Philadelphia, 1:00 N.Y. Jets at St. Louis, 1:00

Detroit at Tennessee, 1:00 Minnesota at Washington, 1:00

Tampa Bay at Arizona, 4:05 Atlanta at Seattle, 4:05

Indianapolis at Denver, 4:15 Jacksonville at Oakland, 4:15

Kansas City at San Diego, 4:15 Dallas at N.Y. Giants, 8:30

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POSTSEASON

Wild Card Weekend

Saturday, Jan. 8 (ABC)

AFC and NFC Wild Card Playoffs Sunday, Jan. 9 (CBS and FOX)

AFC and NFC Wild Card Playoffs

Divisional Playoffs

Saturday, Jan. 15 (CBS and FOX)

AFC and NFC Divisional Playoffs Sunday, Jan. 16 (CBS and FOX)

AFC and NFC Divisional Playoffs

Conference Championships

Sunday, Jan. 23 (CBS and FOX)

AFC and NFC Championship Games

Super Bowl XXXIX

Sunday, Feb. 6 (FOX)

Alltel Stadium, Jacksonville, Fla.

AFC-NFC Pro Bowl

Sunday, Feb. 13 (ESPN)

Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii

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Awesome, three Monday night football games the Eagles. The one Monday night football game I have marked on my calendar with ten circles around it: Monday, Nov. 15: Philadelphia at Dallas, 9:00 PM.

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It's nice to see the Bears back on Thanksgiving Day. I'm a little torn about the Christmas Day doubleheader but get back to me on the 26th.

There was a comment on the Daily Quickie on ESPN that was kinda true. The schedule makers never guess the breakout teams because they base the national TV games on last years performance so I'm kinda glad the Bears are being skipped over.

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Absolute Blasts

WK1 - (Mon) GB @ Carolina

WK12- (Mon) STL @ GB

WK16 - (Mon) PHI @ STL.

Cincinnati is hosting a Monday night game against Denver. Got to see if I can get a ticket for that (Y)

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kinda bummed the falcons didnt get a monday night game.. or even a sunday night game for that matter.. we did get one saturday primetime game.. i guess thats better than nothing

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kinda bummed the falcons didnt get a monday night game.. or even a sunday night game for that matter.. we did get one saturday primetime game.. i guess thats better than nothing

those games are just destined to teams with winning record

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,Apr 15 2004, 13:50] those games are just destined to teams with winning record

but michael vick.. winning record or not, this guy is incredible and hes good for ratings too.. theyre probably just afraid that he'll get hurt and the falcons will lay a goose egg on monday night like they did last year

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but michael vick.. winning record or not, this guy is incredible and hes good for ratings too.. theyre probably just afraid that he'll get hurt and the falcons will lay a goose egg on monday night like they did last year

you are going to get angry at me for this... but: pity that you cant trust in the health of the player you have your faith on, this just reflects the overall team mediocricy

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,Apr 15 2004, 13:53] you are going to get angry at me for this... but: pity that you cant trust in the health of the player you have your faith on, this just reflects the overall team mediocricy

its not that myself or other falcons fans dont have faith in michael vick, its that ABC doesnt. Last year Vick got hurt and Atlanta lost 31-0 on Monday Night Football. Owner Arthur Blank even wrote ABC a letter of apology for his team's performance. We actually have a decent backup QB this year in Ty Detmer. Vick will be just fine, but even if he was to get hurt again, i'm confident that after the draft, this will still be a playoff caliber team.

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A couple of years ago (in the 2002 season I think), a really nice PDF file of the entire 2002 NFL season was posted to the usenet. It was from the AP feed. Does anyone out there have something like that for the 2004 season?

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