For now, the 2020 NFL season is scheduled to start on the originally intended date. 

This despite what will be a summer full of questions as the coronavirus pandemic complicates the NFL’s plan to start and play out the 2020 season in a normal fashion.

The 2020 NFL schedule was released May 7 as a symbol of the league’s optimism regarding the upcoming season. If all goes as the NFL hopes, the Super Bowl-champion Chiefs will host the Texans in the season-opener on Thursday, Sept. 10. Then a complete, 17-week season will play out before the playoffs and Super Bowl 55 in Tampa Bay on Feb. 7.

Check out the latest Week 1 Betting Outlook from these NFL odds for the opening weekend in this website, which is scheduled to take place on Thursday, Sept. 10 between the Kansas City Chiefs (-10.5) and Houston Texans.

Thursday, Sept. 10
Houston at Kansas City (-10.5)
Sunday, Sept 13, 2020
Miami at New England (-6.5)
Cleveland at Baltimore (-8.5)
N.Y. Jets at Buffalo (-5.5)
Las Vegas at Carolina (PK)
Seattle (-1) at Atlanta
Philadelphia (-6) at Washington
Chicago at Detroit (-1.5)
Indianapolis (-8.5) at Jacksonville
Green Bay at Minnesota -3.5
L.A. Chargers (-3.5) at Cincinnati
Arizona at San Francisco (-8)
Tampa Bay at New Orleans (-4)
Dallas (-3) at L.A. Rams
Monday, Sept. 14, 2020
Pittsburgh (-3.5) at N.Y. Giants
Tennessee at Denver (-3)

The Chiefs are still the favorite to win. 

They will face defending division champion opponents in three of their first four games. The Thursday night opener against the Texans at Arrowhead Stadium features an opponent the Chiefs split with in two home games last season. 

Should be a great start to the season.

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