Preseason Schedule Announced

It may be a bit assumptive due to the current labor situation, but the National Football League has announced it's preseason schedule. Although there will be no more in-state rivalry games for Jacksonville, Jaguars fans will get to see some serious quarterbacks, as the Jags play Tom Brady and his Patriots, Sam Bradford and the Rams, and Matt Ryan's Atlanta Falcons.

2011 PRESEASON WEEK-BY-WEEK SCHEDULE





HALL OF FAME GAME – AUGUST 7



Chicago vs. St. Louis (NBC)

WEEK 1 – AUGUST 11–15



Seattle at San Diego (ESPN, 8/11)

Tampa Bay at Kansas City (FOX, 8/12)

NY Jets at Houston (ESPN, 8/15)

Arizona at Oakland

Baltimore at Philadelphia

Buffalo at Chicago

Cincinnati at Detroit

Denver at Dallas

Green Bay at Cleveland

Indianapolis at St. Louis

Jacksonville at New England

Miami at Atlanta

Minnesota at Tennessee

NY Giants at Carolina

Pittsburgh at Washington

San Francisco at New Orleans



WEEK 2 – AUGUST 18–22



Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (FOX, 8/18)

Atlanta at Jacksonville (FOX, 8/19)

Chicago at NY Giants (ESPN, 8/22)

Arizona at Green Bay

Buffalo at Denver

Carolina at Miami

Cincinnati at NY Jets

Detroit at Cleveland

Kansas City at Baltimore

Minnesota at Seattle

New England at Tampa Bay

New Orleans at Houston

Oakland at San Francisco

San Diego at Dallas

Tennessee at St. Louis

Washington at Indianapolis



WEEK 3 – AUGUST 25–28



Washington at Baltimore (ESPN, 8/25)

Green Bay at Indianapolis (CBS, 8/26)

New England at Detroit (CBS, 8/27)

New Orleans at Oakland (NBC, 8/28)

Atlanta at Pittsburgh

Carolina at Cincinnati

Chicago at Tennessee

Cleveland at Philadelphia

Dallas at Minnesota

Houston at San Francisco

Jacksonville at Buffalo

Miami at Tampa Bay

NY Jets at NY Giants

St. Louis at Kansas City

San Diego at Arizona

Seattle at Denver



WEEK 4 – SEPTEMBER 1–2



Baltimore at Atlanta

Cleveland at Chicago

Dallas at Miami

Denver at Arizona

Detroit at Buffalo

Houston at Minnesota

Indianapolis at Cincinnati

Kansas City at Green Bay

NY Giants at New England

Oakland at Seattle

Philadelphia at NY Jets

Pittsburgh at Carolina

St. Louis at Jacksonville

San Francisco at San Diego

Tampa Bay at Washington

Tennessee at New Orleans