The 2016 NFL season will begin as 2015 ended - with the Denver Broncos taking on the Carolina Panthers.
Just months after the Broncos defeated the Panthers in Super Bowl 50, giving future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning his second career Super Bowl victory, the NFL has officially released the 2016 schedule for all 32 teams. As you can imagine, there are several exciting matchups. And the NFL looks to start things off with a bang during week 1.
Here's the schedule for all 17 weeks of the 2016 NFL season, via NFL.com.