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Sunday Night Football Schedule
Updated: July 2014

Sunday Night Football Returns
With the onset of the NFL season, which kicks off on September 5 with a rematch of last year’s AFC Divisional Playoff between Baltimore and Denver, it’s time once again to prepare for Sunday Night Football. And, once again, Sunday Night Football will air on NBC, as it has since 2006.

Thanks in large part to the NFL’s new flexible scheduling, Sunday night game’s normally feature some of the most crucial games each week. The NFL has built in some flexibility into the schedule to make sure that the Sunday night game draws an audience. During the 2011-12 NFL season, Sunday Night Football was the most watched TV program in America topping American Idol.

This season, Sunday Night Football begins with a classic NFC East match-up, the New York Giants traveling to Cowboys Stadium to take on Dallas. Week two will be just as interesting as division and playoff rivals San Francisco and Seattle square off. The beauty of the flexible scheduling, though, will make sure that games like these occur each and every Sunday night.


All of the games will be televised on NBC at 8:30pm EST.

Sept. 5th – Baltimore @ Denver (Thursday)
Sept. 8th – N.Y. Giants @ Dallas
Sept. 15th – San Francisco @ Se@tle
Sept. 22nd – Chicago @ Pittsburgh
Sept. 29th – New England @ @lanta
Oct. 6th – Houston @ San Francisco
Oct. 13th – Washington @ Dallas
Oct. 20th – Denver @ Indianapolis
Oct. 27th – Green Bay @ Minnesota
Nov. 3rd – Indianapolis @ Houston
Nov. 10th – Dallas @ New Orleans
Nov. 17th – Green Bay @ N.Y. Giants
Nov. 24th – Denver @ New England
Nov. 28th – Pittsburgh @ Baltimore (Thursday)
Dec. 1st – N.Y. Giants @ Washington
Dec. 8th – @lanta @ Green Bay
Dec. 15th – Cincinn@i @ Pittsburgh
Dec. 22nd – New England @ Baltimore

If you are looking to place a wager on an NFL game, the Sunday night game is the perfect opportunity. The rest of the league has finished play for the day allowing you to concentrate on just one game. Plus, you have the chance to lay down a parlay, or a double bet. You can bet on a team to win and, in addition, bet on the over-under for the game.

Sure, these bets might be a little more difficult to win, but when you hit, you hit big. These types of parlay bets will pay at a rate of two-and-a-half times the amount wagered. It is a risk, but the higher the risk, the greater the return.

Get started on the football betting season as week one approaches quickly. Remember, predictions all the way through the season will be available. Our handicappers expect odds to change from week to week, so be sure to check for updates right up until kickoff.

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