Other home opponents, which were previously announced, are New Orleans (Oct. 2); Denver (Oct. 13); Tennessee (Nov. 6); Miami (Nov. 13); Tampa Bay (Dec. 4); Oakland (Dec. 18) and Kansas City (Jan. 1).
The other road opponents are Indianapolis (Sept. 25); Oakland (Oct. 9); Atlanta (Oct. 23); Denver (Oct. 30); Houston (Nov. 27); Carolina (Dec. 11); and Cleveland (Dec. 24), according to the 2016 schedule released by the NFL today.
The home game against the defending Super Bowl champion Broncos is on a Thursday night and will be the team’s only planned prime time appearance. The game at Cleveland will be on a Saturday.
The bye week takes place Nov. 20, after the two back-to-back home games.
— City News Service
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