The NFL 2020 season – if there is a 2020 season – has been announced.
For the Los Angeles Rams, the season will start on Sunday, Sept. 13 at the new SoFi Stadium against the Dallas Cowboys. It will be televised on NBC.
The first away game will be against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sept. 20.
Here’s the rest of the Rams schedule:
- Sept. 27: at Buffalo Bills.
- Oct. 4 vs. New York Giants. Oct. 11 at Washington Redskins. Oct. 18. at San Francisco 49ers. Oct. 26 vs. Chicago Bears.
- Nov. 1 at Miami Dolphins. Nov. 15. vs. Seattle Seahawks. Nov. 23 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Nov. 29 vs. San Francisco.
- Dec. 6 at Arizona Cardinals. Dec. 10 vs. New England Patriots. Dec. 19 vs. New York Jets. Dec. 27 at Seattle Seahawks.
- Jan. 3 vs. Arizona Cardinals.
The bye week will be after the Nov. 1 game.
For the Los Angeles Chargers, the season will start on the road against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sept. 13.
The first home game will be on Sept. 20 at SoFi Stadium hosting the Kansas City Chiefs.
Here’s the rest of the Chargers schedule:
- Sept. 27 vs. Carolina Panthers.
- Oct. 4 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Oct. 12 at New Orleans Saints. Oct. 18 vs. New York Jets. Oct. 25 at Miami Dolphins.
- Nov. 1 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars. Nov. 8 vs. Las Vegas Raiders. Nov. 22 at Denver Broncos. Nov. 29 at Buffalo Bills.
- Dec. 6 vs. New England Patriots. Dec. 13 vs. Atlanta Falcons. Dec. 17 at Las Vegas Raiders. Dec. 26 vs. Denver Broncos.
- Jan. 3 at Kansas City Chiefs.
The bye week will be after the Nov. 8 game.