These are the eight must-watch NFL games for 2019
Broncos at Raiders - Week 1
Antonio Brown's debut with the Raiders comes on Monday Night Football against a divisional rival.
What color will his mustache be by then, and how many times will Oakland's QB target him in his first action?
Both things will be answered as Week 1 wraps up.
Saints at Rams - Week 2
Something happened between these teams the last time they played, but it's hard to remember at the moment. Hm. Yep. Not able to recall.
Regardless, two of the NFC's finest will square off in an early-season tilt that should feature plenty of points.
If you play daily fantasy, be prepared to grab a host of players out of this one.
Ravens at Seahawks - Week 7
Earl Thomas heads back to Seattle in the Ravens' purple, so that adds an extra layer of intrigue here.
Beyond that, seeing how Lamar Jackson stacks up against the NFL's highest-paid member in Russell Wilson will be lots of fun.
Redskins at Vikings - Week 8
It's not quite Bryce Harper returning to DC to face the Nats, but this Kirk Cousins reunion with the Redskins will still be juicy.
If you're a 'Skins fan looking for one road trip, Minnesota in late October normally wouldn't be that appealing. It is this year, though.
Browns at Patriots - Week 8
Normally, this pairing would be featured on the "Go catch up on household chores instead of watching this game" list.
However, the Browns are loading up and look like contenders.
Let's see how they stack up with the perennially good Patriots.
Chiefs at Patriots - Week 14
The best QB of all-time gets to do battle with the most electric one in the league today when New England hosts Kansas City.
It feels like every time these organizations meet, something incredible happens. So make sure you're in front of a screen for this showdown.
Steelers at Jets - Week 16
Antonio Brown isn't the only ex-Steeler who'll get a chance for revenge on his former franchise.
Le'veon Bell will have to wait a long time for his opportunity, but he gets it in the penultimate week of the year.
His Pittsburgh buddies will be ready for this day, too, by the way.
Chiefs at Bears - Week 16
A supremely explosive offense vs. a suffocating defense with playoff positioning on the line? Yes please.
And, who knows, this could be a Super Bowl preview just a few weeks before the real thing — and it'll come without the obnoxiously long halftime show, which is nice.