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Team-by-team schedules for 2016 NFL season

Check out the team-by-team schedules for the 2016-17 NFL season. 
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Get your fall planned out in advance: The NFL released the full 2016-17 season schedule on Thursday night. 

The season kicks off on Thursday, Sept. 8 with a rematch of Super Bowl 50, as the defending champion Denver Broncos host Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers. The schedule also notably includes a Christmas Eve battle between the Jets and the Patriots, and a Week 11 trip to Mexico for the Texans and Raiders. 

Here are the dates, times and matchups for Sunday Night FootballMonday Night Football, Thursday Night Footballand the Thanksgiving slate of games.

Click the links of each team below to see their full schedules: 

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AFC East

Buffalo Bills

Miami Dolphins

New York Jets

New England Patriots

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AFC North

Cincinnati Bengals

Cleveland Browns

Baltimore Ravens

Pittsburgh Steelers

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AFC South

Indianapolis Colts

Jacksonville Jaguars

Houston Texans

Tennessee Titans

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AFC West

Denver Broncos

San Diego Chargers

Kansas City Chiefs

Oakland Raiders

NFC East

Dallas Cowboys

Philadelphia Eagles

New York Giants

Washington Redskins

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NFC North

Chicago Bears

Detroit Lions

Green Bay Packers

Minnesota Vikings

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NFC South

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Atlanta Falcons

Carolina Panthers

New Orleans Saints

NFC West

Arizona Cardinals

San Francisco 49ers

Los Angeles Rams

Seattle Seahawks