Colts' Luck looks to pass the football during the first quarter of their NFL football game against Bengals in Indianapolis (Photo : Reuters)
The NFL begins its 93rd season on September 5 with a game pitting the New York Giants against the Dallas Cowboys at 8:30 p.m. EDT after a 60-minute pregame show at Rockefeller Center featuring No Doubt and Mariah Carey.
Fans will be able to catch the show and game on the NFL Network, NBC, or NFL Mobile from Verizon.
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The kickoff game will take place in the Metlife Stadium in New Jersey, which is where Super Bowl XLVIII will take place in February 2014. As the Latinos Post reported earlier, 60 percent of fans on NFL.com predicted a Giants victory.
After Wednesday, the season kicks off in earnest, with fifteen games planned for the first week.
Below is the Week 1 schedule (Eastern Daylight Time) for the NFL:
Wednesday, September 5
Dallas Cowboys at N.Y Giants (8:30 PM)
Sunday, September 9
Philadelphia Eagles at Cleveland Browns (1:00 PM)
Miami Dolphins at Houston Texans (1:00 PM)
Buffalo Bills at N.Y. Jets (1:00 PM)
Atlanta Falcons at Kansas City Chiefs (1:00 PM)
Washington Redskins at New Orleans Saints (1:00 PM)
St. Louis Rams at Detroit Lions (1:00 PM)
Jacksonville Jaguars at Minnesota Vikings (1:00 PM)
Indianapolis Colts at Chicago Bears (1:00 PM)
New England Patriots at Tennessee Titans (1:00 PM)
Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals (4:25 PM)
San Francisco 49ers at Green Bay Packers (4:25 PM)
Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4:25 PM)
Pittsburg Steelers at Denver Brocos (8:20 PM)
Monday, September 10
Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens (7:00 PM)
San Diego Chargers at Oakland Raiders (10:15 PM)