Complete Carolina Panthers schedule release date announced
The complete Carolina Panthers 2019 schedule is coming.
Carolina Panthers fans have known for a while who the team will face during their 16 game regular season schedule but when has yet to be revealed. Facing both the NFC West and AFC South, in addition to their own divisional opponents constructed a majority of the schedule.
The remaining two games are dervied from an equal place finisher in the NFC North and East, which happened to be Washington and Green Bay. Carolina will host the Redskins and be traveling to Green Bay.
Every team will learn their exact dates and times when the NFL releases the full schedule on Wednesday, April 17 on the NFL Network at 8 p.m. Eastern. The Panthers already know a trip across the ocean to face divisional rival Tampa Bay in London awaits, likely to be followed by the bye week.
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There are also a few other intriguing matchups that could put Carolina in front of a national audience during prime time on a Thursday or Monday night. Depending on how the rest of the NFL schedule sets up, games against the Los Angeles Rams, Seattle Seahawks, Packers or contests versus either the New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons present marquee matchups.
The Panthers will host the Rams, Seahawks, Redskins, Tennessee Titans and Jacksonville Jaguars to Bank of America Stadium next season, while traveling against their other opponents. Hitting the road to take on the Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts and Packers, in addition to the game versus Tampa Bay in London – the Panthers players and coaches will be racking up the frequent flyer miles.
History suggests the regular season opener is going to be played on the road, while the final few weeks will be filled with divisional games after having some scattered among earlier opponents. Likely finishing with games against the Falcons and Saints, the NFC South is again expected to be a highly competitive division.
Tune in to the NFL Network as the full slate of games is revealed tomorrow night.