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New York Jets: 2014 Scheduled Revealed

April 26th, 2014 at 11:33 AM
By Peter Schifani

This week the NFL released the 2014 Schedule for the regular season and the New York Jets, plus there fans, found out whom they will be playing and when later this year. The Jets received two games on Monday Night Football and one versus New England on Thursday Night that ends a brutal six game stretch early on.

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Regular Season

Week One: September 7th, Home versus the Oakland Raiders, 1:00pm

Week Two: September 14th, Away versus the Green Bay Packers, 4:15pm

Week Three: September 22nd, Home versus the Chicago Bears, 8:30pm -Monday Night Football-

Week Four: September 28th, Home versus the Detroit Lions, 1:00pm

Week Five: October 5th, Away versus the San Diego Chargers, 4:25pm

Week Six: October 12th, Home versus the Denver Broncos, 1:00pm

Week Seven: October 16th, Away versus the New England Patriots, 8:25pm -NFL Network-

Week Eight: October 26th: Home versus the Buffalo Bills, 1:00pm

Week Nine: November 2nd: Away versus the Kansas City Chiefs, 1:00pm

Week 10: November 9th: Home versus the Pittsburgh Steelers, 1:00pm

Week 11: November 16th: BYE Week

Week 12: November 23rd: Away versus the Buffalo Bills, 1:00pm

Week 13: December 1st: Home versus the Miami Dolphins, 8:30pm -Monday Night Football-

Week 14: December 7th: Away versus the Minnesota Vikings, 1:00pm*

Week 15: December 14th: Away versus the Tennessee Titans, 4:05pm*

Week 16: December 21st: Home versus the New England Patriots, 1:00pm*

Week 17: December 28th: Away versus the Miami Dolphins, 1:00pm*

The upcoming season certainly will not be an easy one for the New York Jets and hopefully the 2014 NFL Draft next month will help round out the roster and provide the depth needed for the long season ahead. The offense had better be more dynamic overall with the additions of Eric Decker, Chris Johnson and Michael Vick to handle the rigors this schedule will provide, along with the defense being stout to help keep them in close games throughout. Those final four games could be "flexed" by the NFL to different times, including Sunday night as needed.

Tags: Chris Johnson, Eric Decker, Football, Michael Vick, New York, New York Jets, NFL

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