We Already Knew Every Game, but Get Excited About the NFL Schedule

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The full 2017 National Football League regular-season schedule will be revealed on Thursday.

But when the team's schedule is officially released, there's always that handful of games that transcend "must-see TV" and become the one thing in the sporting world that you need to sit down and watch.

We already know who the Seahawks will take the field against next season, but the dates, times and television designations will be formally announced Thursday.

The Eagles visit the Rams on December 10 in a showdown between the top two overall picks in the 2016 NFL Draft: Los Angeles' Jared Goff (No. 1) and Philadelphia's Carson Wentz (No. 2).

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So why are we watching?

New England is the visitor against Oakland at Mexico City on November 19. Though as we know, Mexico City will have a very Raider-centric crowd just as it did previous year.

The final month of the 2017 regular season for the Patriots is a Steelers sandwich with AFC East bread. The Giants got the better of Dallas twice past year, so they'll look to keep a leg up while the young Boys hope to assert their presence. This game is on a Sunday, but it figures to most likely be Sunday Night Football.

This year's short straw goes to the Kansas City Chiefs. The Eagles, who lost to Reid's Chiefs, 26-16, in 2013, will face Reid for the second time since his firing in 2012.

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All of the Patriots' last nine games are conference games, including four divisional contests.

The Raiders have a huge following in Mexico, in part because of the family heritage of franchise legends Tom Flores and Jim Plunkett, and that won't change with their pending move to Las Vegas.

The road opponents for the Saints are the Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins (in London), Los Angeles Rams, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Further, the Titans will be returning home to Nashville for this showdown after back-to-back road trips against Arizona and San Francisco, so you should get a big finishing kick from Tennessee in this situation.

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