The 2004 NFL season will be the 95th NFL season in the history of the National Football League. Here is the complete preview of the 2014 NFL season.
A Preview of NFL Season 2014
Basic Information about the 2014 NFL Season
The 2014 National Football League’s regular season will kick start on 4th of September and will end on the 28th December. The playoffs will be starting on the 3rd of January 2015. Similarly the Super Bowl XLIX has been scheduled to 1st February 2015 at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Regarding Pro Bowl, it has been fixed on 25th of January next year at the same venue given above.
The first game of the NFL this season will be played between the defending Super Bowl champions the Seattle Seahawks who will be competing against the Green Bay Packers.
The 2014 NFL Preseason
The preseason for the 2014 NFL was started in late July and all the teams will start their training camps not earlier than 15 days before their team’s first scheduled preseason game. Before the commencement of the regular season, each team will play at least four preseason games. The Pro Football Hall of Fame game got underway on 3rd August, Sunday. There are 65 games scheduled as preseason games this year which should be ended on 28th August, Thursday, a week before the regular season starts.
The 2014 NFL Regular Season
The 2014 NFL regular season will have 256 games in total which will be played over 27 weeks. The regular season will kick off on the Thursday night following the Labor Day. Each of the 32 teams will play a 16 game schedule and they will have one bye week between weeks four and twelve. There will be 3 games on the Thanksgiving Day. Each team will play against other three teams twice in their own division. In addition, a team which plays against all four teams in one other division from each conference. For the complete details about the schedule go to the scheduling formula of the 2014 NFL season.
International series for the NFL 2014 season
There will be 3 NFL games be played at the Wembley Stadium in London, England. On 28th September the Oakland Raiders will host the Miami Dolphins. On October 26th the Atlanta Falcons will host the Detroit Lions and on 9th November the Jacksonville Jaguars will host the Dallas Cowboys.