NFL Football Games schedule 2017: Dates, times, TV channels for prime-time, international games

The 2017 NFL schedule features several marquee prime-time matchups, but none bigger than the Super Bowl 51 rematch between the Patriots and Falcons on Sunday Night Football, Oct. 22 at Gillette Stadium. Before we get there, though, the Patriots will open the 2017 NFL season on Thursday, Sept. 7, hosting the Chiefs at Gillette Stadium in prime time.

Beginning with that NFL season-opener, here is the entire prime-time schedule for Thursday Night Football, Sunday Night Football and Monday Night Football, as well as the 2017 schedule for International Series games in London and Mexico.
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2017 NFL schedule: Thursday Night Football

Here is the entire 2017 Thursday Night Football schedule and how to watch on TV and online with games split between NFL Network, CBS and NBC and streaming on Amazon.

All kickoff times are 8:25 p.m. ET, unless otherwise noted.

Week 1: Sept. 7: Chiefs at Patriots, NBC
Week 2: Sept. 14: Texans at Bengals, NFL Network
Week 3: Sept. 21: Rams at 49ers, NFL Network
Week 4: Sept. 28: Bears at Packers, CBS/NFLN/Amazon
Week 5: Oct. 5: Patriots at Buccaneers, CBS/NFLN/Amazon
Week 6: Oct. 12: Eagles at Panthers, CBS/NFLN/Amazon
Week 7: Oct. 19: Chiefs at Raiders, CBS/NFLN/Amazon
Week 8: Oct. 26: Dolphins at Ravens, CBS/NFLN/Amazon
Week 9: Nov. 2: Bills at Jets, NFL Network
Week 10: Nov. 9: Seahawks at Cardinals, NBC/NFLN/Amazon
Week 11: Nov. 16: Titans at Steelers, NBC/NFLN/Amazon
Week 12: Nov. 23: Vikings at Lions (12:30 p.m. ET, Fox)
Week 12: Nov. 23: Chargers at Cowboys (4:30 p.m. ET, CBS)
Week 12: Nov. 23: Giants at Redskins (8:30 p.m. ET, NBC)
Week 13: Nov. 30: Redskins at Cowboys, NBC/NFLN/Amazon
Week 14: Dec. 7: Saints at Falcons, NBC/NFLN/Amazon
Week 15: Dec. 14: Broncos at Colts, NBC/NFLN/Amazon

 2017 NFL schedule: Sunday Night Football

Here is the entire Sunday Night Football schedule for 2017, including a Week 1 matchup between the Giants and Cowboys in Dallas, and that Super Bowl 51 rematch between the Falcons and Patriots in Week 7.

All games will be televised on NBC and kick off at 8:30 p.m. ET.

Week 1: Sept. 10: Giants at Cowboys
Week 2: Sept. 17: Packers at Falcons
Week 3: Sept. 24: Raiders at Redskins
Week 4: Oct. 1: Colts at Seahawks
Week 5: Oct. 8: Chiefs at Texans
Week 6: Oct. 15: Giants at Broncos
Week 7: Oct. 22: Falcons at Patriots
Week 8: Oct. 29: Steelers at Lions
Week 9: Nov. 5: Raiders at Dolphins
Week 10: Nov. 12: Patriots at Broncos
Week 11: Nov. 19: Eagles at Cowboys
Week 12: Nov. 26: Packers at Steelers
Week 13: Dec. 3: Eagles at Seahawks
Week 14: Dec. 10: Ravens at Steelers

2017 NFL schedule: Monday Night Football

Here is the entire Monday Night Football schedule for 2017. All games will be televised on ESPN with a kickoff time of 8:30 p.m. ET., unless otherwise noted.

Week 1: Sept. 11: Saints at Vikings, 7:10 p.m.
Week 1: Sept. 11: Chargers at Broncos, 10:20 p.m.
Week 2: Sept. 18: Lions at Giants
Week 3: Sept. 25: Cowboys at Cardinals
Week 4: Oct. 2: Redskins at Chiefs
Week 5: Oct. 9: Vikings at Bears
Week 6: Oct. 16: Colts at Titans
Week 7: Oct. 23: Redskins at Eagles
Week 8: Oct. 30: Broncos at Chiefs
Week 9: Nov. 6: Lions at Packers
Week 10: Nov. 13: Dolphins at Panthers
Week 11: Nov. 20: Falcons at Seahawks
Week 12: Nov. 27: Texans at Ravens
Week 13: Dec. 4: Steelers at Bengals
Week 14: Dec. 11: Patriots at Dolphins

2017 NFL schedule: International Series

The NFL’s 2017 schedule of International Series games will begin in London at Wembley Stadium in Week 3. Here is the complete International Series schedule with matchups, kickoff times, locations and TV networks.

Week 3: Sept. 24: Ravens vs. Jaguars, 9:30 a.m. ET, Wembley Stadium, London, CBS
Week 4: Oct. 1: Saints vs. Dolphins, 9:30 a.m. ET, Wembley Stadium, London, CBS
Week 7: Oct. 22: Cardinals vs. Rams, 1, p.m. ET, Twickenham Stadium, London, Fox
Week 8: Oct. 29: Vikings vs. Browns, 9:30 a.m. ET, Twickenham Stadium, London, NFL Network
Week 11: Nov. 19: Patriots vs. Raiders, 4:25 p.m. ET, Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, CBS

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