By Max Swift
The NFL owners are expected to approve a 17th game for the 2021 season in their meetings this week.
Here’s what that might look like:
No extra bye week. NFL teams would play 17 games across 18 weekends.
The first Sunday of the regular season would be Sept. 12, 2021.
The last Sunday of the regular season would be Jan. 9, 2022.
Wild-card weekend could feature two games on Jan. 15, 2022; three games on Jan. 16, 2022; and one game on Jan. 17, 2022.
Super Bowl 56, originally scheduled for Feb. 6, 2022, could slide back to Feb. 13, 2022.
Here is each team’s 17th game, based on the formula reported by Peter King:
Packers at Chiefs
Bears at Raiders
Vikings at Chargers
Lions at Broncos
Seahawks at Steelers
Rams at Ravens
Cardinals at Browns
49ers at Bengals
Saints at Titans
Buccaneers at Colts
Panthers at Texans
Falcons at Jaguars
Washington Football Team at Bills
Giants at Dolphins
Cowboys at Patriots
Eagles at Jets
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