Check out the full 2015 Sunday Night Football Schedule

Check out the full 2015 Sunday Night Football Schedule
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The Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots will open the 2015 Sunday Night Football Season on Thursday, Sept. 10, for a special season kickoff in advance of a Sunday, Sept. 13 matchup featuring the New York Giants and the Dallas Cowboys

The latter game will be the two teams' first matchup since their Sunday Night game during Week 12 of the 2014 season, when Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. made a one-handed catch at the goal line.

The Cowboys are tied for lead among NFL teams in Sunday Night Football appearances this season with three, along with the Seattle Seahawks, Denver Broncos, New England Patriots and Green Bay Packers.

The Ravens will appear on Sunday Night Football twice over a three week span, first in Week 14, when they host the Seahawks, and then in Week 16 when they host the Pittsburgh Steelers. 

The Seahawks will face the Green Bay Packers in Week 2 in a matchup of the 2014 season's opening game and the 2014 NFC Championship, which Seattle came from 12 points down in the final four minutes to eventually win in overtime. 

(all games at 8:30 p.m. EST on NBC, unless otherwise noted):

Sept. 10 (NFL Season Kickoff): Pittsburgh Steelers at New England Patriots

Sept. 13: New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys

Sept. 20: Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers

Sept. 27: Denver Broncos at Detroit Lions

Oct. 4: Dallas Cowboys at New Orleans Saints

Oct. 11: San Francisco 49ers at New York Giants

Oct. 18: New England Patriots at Indianapolis Colts

Oct. 25: Philadelphia Eagles at Carolina Panthers

Nov. 1: Green Bay Packers at Denver Broncos

Nov. 8: Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys

Nov. 15: Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks

Nov. 22: Kansas City Chiefs at San Diego Chargers

Nov. 26 (Thanksgiving 'Sunday Night Football' game): Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers

Nov. 29: New England Patriots at Denver Broncos

Dec. 6: Indianapolis Colts at Pittsburgh Steelers

Dec. 13: Seattle Seahawks at Baltimore Ravens

Dec. 20: Cincinnati Bengals at San Francisco 49ers

Dec. 27: Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens

Jan. 3: TBD