By Scooby Axson
April 23, 2014

Tony Romo threw 31 touchdowns before being injured last season. (Larry French/Getty Images) The Cowboys are scheduled to play three times on Sun. night despite an 8-8 record in 2013. (Larry French/Getty Images)

The NFL's Sunday Night schedule is once again loaded with the top teams in the league being showcased on television's most watched night.

Last season, Sunday Night Football on NBC was television's second-most watched program, averaging 21.9 million viewers during its 14 games. 

The entire Sunday night schedule: All games begin at 8:25 p.m. ET.

Sept. 7: Colts at Broncos

Sept. 14: Bears at 49ers

Sept. 21: Steelers at Panthers

Sept. 28: Saints at Cowboys

Oct. 5:  Bengals at Patriots

Oct. 12: Giants at Eagles

Oct. 19: 49ers at Broncos

Oct. 26: Packers at Saints

Nov. 2: Ravens at Steelers

Nov. 9: Bears at Packers

Nov. 16: Patriots at Colts

Nov. 23: Cowboys at Giants

Nov. 30: Broncos at Chiefs

Dec. 7: Patriots at Chargers

Dec. 14: Cowboys at Eagles

Dec. 21: Seahawks at Cardinals

There is no Week 17 Sunday Night game.

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