2020 NFL schedule release: Here's a running list of every game leak and rumor, including Tom Brady's debut

2020 NFL schedule release: Here's a running list of every game leak and rumor, including Tom Brady's debut

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The release of the NFL schedule isn't a holiday, but it probably should be, because we definitely treat it like one here at CBSSports.com. Not only do we have a live blog going for Thursday's release of the NFL schedule (click here to check it out), but we also have a running tally of every game that's been leaked so far. 

Basically, you're going to want to bookmark this page and check back every so often to find out what the latest leaks are. Over the course of the day, hopefully we'll be able to answer some key questions like: Who will the Raiders host for their first game in Vegas? Who's playing on Thanksgiving? Who will be the first visiting team to play a game at the new stadium in Los Angeles? 

The best part is that we've already answered several key questions like who the Chiefs will be playing the NFL's annual Thursday night opener and who Tom Brady will be playing against in his Buccaneers debut. And in a surprise, apparently we're getting a Friday football game this season!

Alright, enough of that, let's get to the leaks. 

Actually, before we do that, here's a quick note: Keep in mind that the schedule you see below is based on leaks and that nothing is official until the NFL announces the schedule at 8 p.m. ET. Also, be sure to join us on CBS Sports HQ starting at 6 p.m. ET as we break down everything you need to know about the schedule. You can find the link for our coverage by clicking here.  

If you've made it this far, congratulations, here's your prize: A look at every game that's leaked out so far. 

Week 1 (Sept. 10-14)

Thursday, Sept. 10 
Texans at Chiefs (Source)

Sunday, Sept. 13
Bears at Lions (Source)
Jets at Bills (Source)
Eagles at Redskins (Source)
Buccaneers at Saints (Source)
Raiders at Panthers (Source)

Monday, Sept. 14
TBA at Broncos, late-game (Source)

Week 2 (Sept. 17-21)

Sunday, Sept. 20
Lions at Packers (Source)

Monday, Sept. 21
Saints at Raiders (Source)

Week 3 (Sept. 24-28)

Sunday, Sept. 27
Packers at Saints (Source)

Week 4 (Oct. 1-5)


Week 5 (Oct. 8-12)

Thursday, Oct. 8
Buccaneers at Bears (Source)

Monday, Oct. 12
Chargers at Saints (Source)

Week 6 (Oct. 15-19)


Week 7 (Oct. 22-26)

Monday, Oct. 26
Bears at Rams (Source)

Week 8 (Oct. 29-Nov. 2)

Sunday, Nov. 1
Patriots at Bills (Source)

Week 9 (Nov. 5-9)

Sunday, Nov. 8
Saints at Buccaneers (Source)

Monday, Nov. 9
Patriots at Jets (Source)

Week 10 (Nov. 12-16)

Sunday, Nov. 15
Broncos at Raiders (Source)

Monday, Nov. 16 
Vikings at Bears (Source)

Week 11 (Nov. 19-23)


Week 12 (Nov. 26-30)

Thursday, Nov. 26 (Thanksgiving)
TBA at Lions
TBA at Cowboys

Sunday, Nov. 29
Bears at Packers, 8:20 p.m. ET (Source)

Week 13 (Dec. 3-7)

Sunday, Dec. 6
Eagles at Packers (Source)

Week 14 (Dec. 10-14)


Week 15 (Dec. 17-21)

Saturday, Dec. 19 (Saturday games could be flexed to Sunday)
Panthers at Packers (Source)

Sunday, Dec. 20

Week 16 (Dec. 24-28)

Friday, Dec. 25
Vikings at Saints (Source)

Sunday, Dec. 27
Bears at Jaguars (Source)

Week 17 (Jan. 3)

Sunday, Jan. 3
Packers at Bears (Source)
Dolphins at Bills (Source)
Jets at Patriots
Vikings-Lions (Location TBA)

NFL Playoffs 

Wild Card Round (Jan. 9-10)
Divisional Round (Jan. 16-17)
Championship Sunday (Jan. 23)

Super Bowl LV (CBS)

Sunday, Feb. 7 (Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay)

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