The NFL just released the entire 2013 schedule (full schedule available here). We found out the home and away opponents back in January when the regular season ended, but now it's time to add times and dates to the opponents.
Week 1: Sept. 8 at Pittsburgh, noon, CBS
Week 2: Sept. 15 at Houston, noon, CBS
Week 3: Sept. 22 San Diego, noon, CBS
Week 4: Sept. 29 N.Y. Jets, 3:05 p.m., CBS
Week 5: Oct. 6 Kansas City, noon, CBS
Week 6: Oct. 13 at Seattle, 3:05 p.m., CBS
Week 7: Oct. 20 San Francisco, 3:05 p.m., Fox
Week 8: Oct. 27 Bye
Week 9: Nov. 3 at St. Louis, noon, CBS
Week 10: Nov. 10 Jacksonville, noon, CBS
Week 11: Nov. 14 Indianapolis, 7:25 p.m., NFL Network
Week 12: Nov. 24 at Oakland, 3:05 p.m., CBS
Week 13: Dec. 1 at Indianapolis, noon, CBS
Week 14: Dec. 8 at Denver, 3:05 p.m., CBS
Week 16: Dec. 15 Arizona, noon, CBS
Week 16: Dec. 22 at Jacksonville, noon, CBS
Week 17: Dec. 29 Houston, noon, CBS
It's another brutal start to the season in 2013. The Titans will open Week One against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field. After a tough game in Houston in Week 2, the home opener will be Week 3 against the San Diego Chargers. At least the season closes out with three home games. Bye week falls in the middle of the season, in Week 8 after two very tough games against the Seahawks and 49ers.
Starting last year, every team has a primetime game. The Titans didn't get a Sunday or Monday night game this year, stuck with only one Thursday Night game playing at the Colts in Week 11. I thought maybe Jeff Fisher's reunion with the Titans might make primetime, but nope.
This schedule is actually the 10th easiest schedule in the league, with opponents having a .488 winning percentage.
What are your thoughts?