We knew the teams on the Arizona Cardinals 2020 schedule, now we know the dates to match after Thursday night’s NFL schedule release.
DATE OPPONENT LOCATION AZ TIME
Sun., Sep. 13 at San Francisco 49ers Levi’s Stadium 1:25 PM
Sun., Sep. 20 WASHINGTON REDSKINS State Farm Stadium 1:05 PM
Sun., Sep. 27 DETROIT LIONS State Farm Stadium 1:25 PM
Sun., Oct. 4 at Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium 10:00 AM
Sun., Oct. 11 at New York Jets * MetLife Stadium 10:00 AM
Mon., Oct. 19 at Dallas Cowboys (MNF) AT&T Stadium 5:15 PM
Sun., Oct. 25 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS * State Farm Stadium 1:05 PM
Sun., Nov. 1 BYE
Sun., Nov. 8 MIAMI DOLPHINS * State Farm Stadium 2:25 PM
Sun., Nov. 15 BUFFALO BILLS * State Farm Stadium 2:05 PM
Thu., Nov. 19 at Seattle Seahawks (TNF) CenturyLink Field 6:20 PM
Sun., Nov. 29 at New England Patriots * Gillette Stadium 11:00 AM
Sun., Dec. 6 LOS ANGELES RAMS * State Farm Stadium 2:05 PM
Sun., Dec. 13 at New York Giants * MetLife Stadium 11:00 AM
Sun., Dec. 20 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES * State Farm Stadium 2:05 PM
Sat/Sun., Dec. 26/27 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS * State Farm Stadium TBD
Sun., Jan. 3 at Los Angeles Rams * SoFi Stadium 2:25 PM
Arizona has two nationally televised games, Week 6 on “Monday Night Football in Dallas and Week 11 in Seattle against the NFC West foe Seahawks. They play their first four games against the NFC before a trip to New York to take on the Jets on October 11th.
The bye falls conveniently on November 1st, at the midway point of the season. They also have a nice three-game, four-week stretch at home from October 25th against the Seahawks, bye week, Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills.
The Cards are coming off a 5-10-1 2019 in Kliff Kingsbury’s first season as head coach but optimism is high after the club acquired Pro Bowl wide receiver Deandre Hopkins in a spring trade with the Texans. Hopkins joins a promising young nucleus with second-year quarterback Kyler Murray and a host of other offensive play makers.
Many believe general manager Steve Keim shored up a leaky defense by drafting a host of intriguing prospects, most notably first-round pick Isaiah Simmons – a hybrid linebacker from Clemson.