2010 Season Schedule

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2010 Schedule

note: the later in the season, the less likely these games are to begin at exactly the times stated. Don’t blame me, blame the NFL’s “flexible scheduling” during weeks 11-17. However, this schedule is accurate to the best of my knowledge right now!

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Week Date @/vs Playing Time (ET) Coverage
PRESEASON
P1 Monday, August 16th @ New York Jets 8pm ESPN
P2 Saturday, August 21st vs Pittsburgh Steelers 7pm
P3 Saturday, August 28th @ Baltimore Ravens 7:30pm
P4 Thursday, September 2nd vs New England Patriots 7pm
REGULAR SEASON
1 Sunday, September 12th vs Carolina Panthers 1pm FOX
2 Sunday, September 19th @ Indianapolis Colts 8:20pm NBC
3 Sunday, September 26th vs Tennessee Titans 1pm CBS
4 Sunday, October 3rd vs Chicago Bears 8:20pm NBC
5 Sunday, October 10th @ Houston Texans 1pm FOX
6 Sunday, October 17th vs Detroit Lions 1pm FOX
7 Monday, October 25th @ Dallas Cowboys 8:30pm ESPN
8 Bye Week
9 Sunday, November 7th @ Seattle Seahawks 4:05pm FOX
10 Sunday, November 14th vs Dallas Cowboys 4:15pm FOX
11 Sunday, November 21st @ Philadelphia Eagles 8:20pm NBC
12 Sunday, November 28th vs Jacksonville Jaguars 1pm CBS
13 Sunday, December 5th vs Washington Redskins 1pm FOX
14 Sunday, December 12th @ Minnesota Vikings 1pm FOX
15 Sunday, December 19th vs Philadelphia Eagles 1pm FOX
16 Sunday, December 26th @ Green Bay Packers 4:15pm FOX
17 Sunday, Jan 2nd @ Washington Redskins 1pm FOX

If you’re looking at this and thinking “that means the Giants play four prime time games!” or “three out of the last four games on the road?” then join the club. It’s a tough schedule, no question about it.

Week 7 is going to be the make-or-break week, in my opinion (and definitely the one I’m most looking forward to, unless things go bad real quick for the boys). But week 11 should also deliver the goods no matter what happens between now and then, so that’s something to look forward to….even though it will probably be the last hurrah for this year. Doom and gloom, I know…

It’s going to be a long year with many good games but if the team trains hard & works together as a team they have the chance to enjoy a very prosperous season this year. Offensive players are set & promise to deliver a level of very high impact gameplay. The defense is confident they have the ability to take care of business & the entire team is looking forward to playoff football. With any luck at all we may be able to reach deep into the playoffs & it could be a year for another big game. Wouldn’t that be great for Giants fans? Keep an eye peeled for more info.