Starting their season at home, the Houston Texans welcome the Kansas City Chiefs at the NRG Stadium in the National Football League.
The season opener is on September 13, 2015 at 1:00 PM ET.
Both teams are trying to change last year's fate of missing out on the playoffs despite having winning records. Despite a 9-7 output, they were not good enough to play past 16 games. more >>
In one of the most intriguing matches in week 1 of the National Football League season, the Denver Broncos host the Baltimore Ravens at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
This match is on September 13, 2015 at 4:25 PM ET.
Both squads are relatively strong on both ends of the field, and with the teams making the playoffs last year, the anticipation for this early meeting is high as neither will be giving an inch for their rival. more >>
In the final match on Sunday, the Dallas Cowboys host the New York Giants at the AT&T Stadium in the opening week of the National Football League regular season.
The match is on September 13, 2015 at 8:30 PM ET.
Both from the NFC East, the Cowboys are favorites in this match as they are the defending champions in the division. more >>
The American Center for Law and Justice has sent out a legal letter supported by 81,500 Americans defending football team chaplains from the Freedom From Religion Foundation's claims that they're imposing their Christian beliefs on players. The ACLJ argued that if atheist professors are not considered to be posing an issue to students' rights, neither should sports chaplains.
"University students understand that they will be exposed to a variety of religious and nonreligious views on campus. Sports team chaplaincies pose no threat to the rights of university students to hold their own religious views, any more than does graduation prayer, or for that matter, a professor's avowed atheism," the conservative law group wrote in its letter.
"The Establishment Clause does not compel the expulsion of sports team chaplains who serve voluntarily to meet the spiritual needs of student athletes, any more than the Establishment Clause requires the razing of university chapels that exist to meet similar needs." more >>
The New York Jets welcome the Cleveland Browns at the MetLife Stadium as the new season of the National Football League begins.
Both teams battle on September 13, 2015 at 1:00 PM ET.
Prior to the start of the season, there have been many questions regarding Cleveland and their quarterback issue – the same goes for the Jets. more >>
Starting their season away from home, the NFC Champions Seattle Seahawks travel to the Edward Jones Dome to face the St. Louis Rams in the opening week of the National Football League.
The match is on September 13, 2015 at 1:00 PM ET.
With the disappointing way the previous season ended, the Seahawks are back with a fresh start and still with the core of the team intact – enough to make a statement for them to be the team to beat this campaign. more >>