The 2016 NFL Preseason Schedule Is Here, So Tell All Your Degenerate Gambling Friends!

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The 2016 NFL preseason schedule has arrived, which means…well practically nothing, to be honest. Four weeks of watching guys who likely won’t make the team get out there and give it their all, the inevitable really shitty team that will go undefeated, and definitely one or two actual NFL stars going down with terrible injuries on completely meaningless plays.

Oh, and the Hall Of Fame Game also marks the date when degenerate gamblers’ calendars turn over, because, “this is finally the year I’m only picking winners!”

Without further ado, your 2016 NFL preseason week-by-week schedule:

Hall of Fame Game
— Aug. 7

Green Bay vs. Indianapolis (ESPN)

Week 1 — Aug. 11-15

Dallas at Los Angeles (ESPN, Aug. 13)
Carolina at Baltimore
Cleveland at Green Bay
Denver at Chicago
Detroit at Pittsburgh
Houston at San Francisco
Indianapolis at Buffalo
Jacksonville at NY Jets
Miami at NY Giants
Minnesota at Cincinnati
New Orleans at New England
Oakland at Arizona
San Diego at Tennessee
Seattle at Kansas City
Tampa Bay at Philadelphia
Washington at Atlanta

Week 2 — Aug. 18-22

Arizona at San Diego
Atlanta at Cleveland
Baltimore at Indianapolis
Carolina at Tennessee
Chicago at New England
Cincinnati at Detroit
Kansas City at Los Angeles
Miami at Dallas
Minnesota at Seattle
New Orleans at Houston
NY Giants at Buffalo
NY Jets at Washington
Oakland at Green Bay
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
San Francisco at Denver
Tampa Bay at Jacksonville

Week 3 — Aug. 25-28

Atlanta at Miami (NBC, Aug. 25)
Cleveland at Tampa Bay (CBS, Aug. 26)
Tennessee at Oakland (CBS, Aug. 27)
San Diego at Minnesota (FOX, Aug. 28)
Arizona at Houston (FOX, Aug. 28)
Cincinnati at Jacksonville (NBC, Aug. 28)
Buffalo at Washington
Dallas at Seattle
Detroit at Baltimore
Green Bay at San Francisco
Kansas City at Chicago
Los Angeles at Denver
New England at Carolina
NY Giants at NY Jets
Philadelphia at Indianapolis
Pittsburgh at New Orleans

Week 4 — Sept. 1-2

Baltimore at New Orleans
Buffalo at Detroit
Chicago at Cleveland
Denver at Arizona
Green Bay at Kansas City
Houston at Dallas
Indianapolis at Cincinnati
Jacksonville at Atlanta
Los Angeles at Minnesota
New England at NY Giants
NY Jets at Philadelphia
Pittsburgh at Carolina
San Francisco at San Diego
Seattle at Oakland
Tennessee at Miami
Washington at Tampa Bay


Calling it now, the Browns go 4-0 before an abysmal 1-15 campaign. For the record, I am not responsible for any lost wagers on that prediction. Happy betting, bros.