NFL Schedule to be Announced in Primetime

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For Falcons fans the long wait is nearing an end. Two days before the NFL Draft, the NFL Network and will simultaneously host the unveiling of the 2010 NFL schedule. On Tuesday, April 20 at 7pm Eastern Time, we will know the full NFL schedule for 2010.

From the press release:

The complete NFL schedule will be unveiled exclusively on on Tuesday, April 20 at 7:00 PM ET. At the same time on Tuesday, NFL Network will feature a two-hour special, NFL Total Access: 2010 Schedule Release Presented by GMC Sierra. It is a perfect occasion for “two-screen” experience with the NFL.

For fans who want to see their team’s entire schedule immediately, is the place to visit on Tuesday at 7:00 PM ET. will be the first site to have the complete team-by-team and weekly schedules of all 256 regular-season games, listing opponents, sites and times.

Less than a week remains before Falcons fans can begin circling dates on the calendar.

Will the Falcons have any games in Primetime? Do you want the Saints early on or later in the season? Let me know your thoughts in the comments.

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    • Troy Heinzman

      Marquis- I know what you mean. I have been refreshing for any news about the schedule’s release. Now to have the draft and the schedule in the same week? Madness!!!

  • Rob Kelley

    Hey Troy – looking forward to seeing the path that will lead the Falcons back to the playoffs! No one is going to stand in their way – not even the Saints!

    • Troy Heinzman

      Rob – A return playoff trip is needed. After 2008, I got greedy and it was just assumed we would be there again in 2009. I would love to see the Falcons vs. Saints in a primetime game. Those offenses going back and forth with our new additions on defense……wow, I need my withdrawal meds now. Still 5 months to go before opening kickoff!!!

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