Ravens to Open Season at Broncos as Complete NFL Schedule 2013 Edition Unveiled

Complete, printable NFL schedule 2013 editions for all 32 teams released by PrintableBrackets.net.

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With the full 2013 NFL schedule released and the draft taking place next week, fans know that the start of the new season really isn’t that far away.

Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) April 19, 2013

The NFL unveiled the complete 2013 schedule on Thursday night. Fans around the world can now see who their favorite team will lock horns with during the 17 weeks of the upcoming campaign. To celebrate the release of the NFL schedule 2013 edition, Printable Brackets has compiled the individual schedules for all 32 teams. These schedules are printable and completely complimentary.

“Thursday served as ‘Christmas Day’ for many NFL fans around the globe,” said Printable Brackets spokesperson Zaniel Worth. “With the full 2013 NFL schedule released and the draft taking place next week, fans know that the start of the new season really isn’t that far away.”

The NFL 2013 schedule will open up with the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens travelling to Denver to face Peyton Manning and the Broncos. The defending champion typically opens the season at home, but the Ravens were forced to go on the road due to a scheduling conflict with Major League Baseball’s Baltimore Orioles.

“The Ravens needed a double-overtime miracle in the second round of the playoffs last year in Denver to even have a shot at winning the Super Bowl,” said Worth. “I’m positive Manning and company haven’t forgotten about that painful loss. They have to be thrilled to open the new season against the team that ended their last one.”

Other notable games in Week One include the New York Giants travelling to Dallas to collide with the Cowboys in the first Sunday night game, while the Philadelphia Eagles will face the Washington Redskins in the opener of a Monday night doubleheader.

Thanksgiving Day will feature another tripleheader, as the Detroit Lions will host the Green Bay Packers, the Cowboys will welcome the Oakland Raiders to Dallas, while the Ravens will do battle with the Pittsburgh Steelers in Baltimore.

“The NFL is still the premier professional sports league in the United States,” said Worth. “With the NFL schedule 2013 edition finally out, the anticipation can begin.”

For the 2013 NFL schedules for all 32 teams, or for a printable NBA Playoff bracket or a printable NHL Playoff bracket, head over to http://www.PrintableBrackets.net.


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