At long last, it's time for some meaningful NFL games.

No more preseason matchups where the starters are all resting. Nope, Aaron Rodgers will take the turf at Soldier Field on Thursday, leading the Packers and the rest of the NFL into the start of the 2019 season schedule.

And there will be so much more to watch on the Week 1 schedule. Ezekiel Elliott has moved past his holdout for a new contract and will square off against another star running back in Saquon Barkley when the Cowboys welcome the Giants to Jerry World on Sunday. We'll also get our first glimpse at a Steelers offense without Antonio Brown and Le'Veon Bell when Ben Roetlisberger and JuJu Smith-Schuster head to Gillette Stadium to meet Tom Brady and the reigning Super Bowl champion Patriots on Sunday night.

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Of course, plenty of eyes will also be on the new-look Browns, who with Odell Beckham Jr. and Baker Mayfield could potentially be one of the most exciting offenses in the league, even if ultimately they are one of the biggest wild cards heading into the season.

And how will the Rams look with another year of Sean McVay at head coach after scoring just three points in their Super Bowl 53 loss to the Patriots?

Below you'll find a full schedule for every NFL game in Week 1, plus live scores and TV information updated throughout the weekend.


NFL TV schedule Week 1: What games are on today?

Here's the full schedule for Week 1 of the 2019 NFL season, plus final scores and how to watch every game live.

Check out SN's live scoreboard for stats and more.

Sunday, Sept. 8

Game Time (ET) TV

Tennessee Titans at Cleveland Browns1 p.m.CBS, WKRN, WEWSBaltimore Ravens at Miami Dolphins1 p.m.CBS, WBAL, WFORAtlanta Falcons at

Minnesota Vikings1 p.m.Fox, WAGA, KMSPBuffalo Bills at New York Jets1 p.m.CBS, WIVB, WCBSWashington Redskins at Philadelphia Eagles1 p.m.Fox, WTTG, WTXFLos Angeles Rams at Carolina Panthers1 p.m.Fox, KTTV, WJZYKansas City Chiefs at Jacksonville Jaguars1 p.m.CBS, KCTV, WJAXIndianapolis Colts at Los Angeles Chargers4:05 p.m.CBS, WTTV, KCBSDetroit Lions at Arizona Cardinals4:25 p.m.Fox, WJBK, KSAZNew York Giants at Dallas Cowboys4:25 p.m.Fox, WNYW, KDFWSan Francisco 49ers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers4:25 p.m.Fox, KTVU, WTVTPittsburgh Steelers at New England Patriots8:20 p.m.NBC, fuboTV

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How to watch, live stream NFL games

Four games in Week 1 will be aired on national TV: Packers at Bears (Thursday), Steelers at Patriots (Sunday), Texans at Saints (Monday) and Broncos at Raiders (Monday). The former two will be available on NBC and fuboTV, while the latter two will be broadcast on ESPN as part of a "Monday Night Football" doubleheader. There will also be select games broadcast on Fox and CBS affiliates on Sunday, depending on your local market.

Games can also be streamed with NFL Sunday Ticket. That will offer live streaming for any NFL game not subject to local blackout restrictions. Replays of all games can be streamed on NFL Game Pass. 

NFL scores for Week 1

Thursday, Sept. 5


Green Bay Packers 10, Chicago Bears 3

Sunday, Sept. 8


Tennessee Titans 43, Cleveland Browns 13Baltimore Ravens 59, Miami Dolphins 10Minnesota Vikings 28, Atlanta Falcons 12Buffalo Bills 17, New York Jets 16Philadelphia Eagles 32, Washington Redskins 27Los Angeles Rams 30, Carolina Panthers 27Kansas City Chiefs 40, Jacksonville Jaguars 26Los Angeles Chargers 30, Colts 24Detroit Lions 27, Arizona Cardinals 27 (OT)Dallas Cowboys 35, New York Giants 17San Francisco 49ers 31, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17New England Patriots 33, Steelers 3

Monday, Sept. 9

Game Time (ET) TV

Houston Texans at New Orleans Saints7:10 p.m.ESPNDenver Broncos at Oakland Raiders10:20 p.m.ESPN

Note: National broadcasts are listed in bold