NFL Schedule 2013/2014
In 2013, OnlineGambling.com has built off the successful ground-work of the 2012/2013 NFL schedule to provide a truly un-rivaled NFL team versus team database, free for use by any NFL fan, anywhere in the world. The major component of this is an updated NFL team vs team database which contains a team vs team analysis for every game being played in the 2013/2014 NFL season, as well as the addition of a team vs. team section for those who do not meet in the 2013 roster. In the same way as last season, NFL fans can search for any statistic recorded by any time and find it with ease.
Similarly to the 2012/2013 NFL season, the database has been designed and updated to help online gamblers gain the best knowledge possible before placing their hard earned cash on the result of their preferred teams. There is no better way to prepare for a successful bet than to have all the relevant information you need on one page, in an easily navigated and clear format, and that's just what we're offering this season.
The Team vs Team Database includes all the same information as last season, but has been updated for the convenience of everyone, particularly those NFL fans with little time to spare before the sportsbooks close their events to gamblers! Head to head records, the form of quarterbacks, how new coaches are shaping up, the ten most recent meetings between any two given teams and the win/loss ratio are just a few of the complete statistics available at the fingertips of any fan!
An added bonus of season 2013/2014 will be the inclusion of statistic sheets of team match-ups that don't meet this calendar year. While this may not be directly relevant to this year's match outcomes, the huge traffic of players and staff between teams in the offseason has meant that some players faced teams last season and may come up against some of the same rivals this year, in new colors. While the Oakland Raiders didn't face the Dallas Cowboys last season, their new Quarterback Matt Flynn did while playing for the Seattle Seahawks and this information is available to scrutiny.
Finally, we have left the weekly pages of the 2012/2013 season available for use by any football fan wanting to directly compare results and performances of the current NFL season with that of the most recently completed competition. With an eye for the future, we will continue to build on this section over coming seasons of the NFL.
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2013 NFL Schedule - Weeks of NFL Games
Select a week of the 2013/2014 NFL Season to view our NFL game previews for that week:
2013/2014 NFL Schedule - Week 17
Week 17 is the final week of the NFL regular season. Every game is a divisional clash and most games are likely to have serious playoff consequences. In 2012, nine of the twelve playoff places were decided by games in the final round of the regular season. Every match is important in Week 17, but clashes between the Redskins and Giants; Chiefs and Broncos; Texans and Titans; Cardinals and 49ers and Panthers and Falcons are all likely to decide playoff qualifiers.
2013/2014 NFL Schedule - Week 16
Fantasy Football is becoming an increasingly popular part of the NFL. Week 16 is the Championship Game for the majority of fantasy football leagues, so team owners will be hoping for big games from those considered fantasy football stars. Players like: Arian Foster, Ray Rice, Calvin Johnson, Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady may feel just a little bit extra pressure as they carry the hopes of fantasy football players around the world. The best real football action, in week 16, is likely to be in Baltimore when the Ravens and New England Patriots face off, or at Cowboys Stadium when Dallas take on the Washington Redskins.
2013/2014 NFL Schedule - Week 15
As the regular season reaches its climax some teams, who have already qualified for the playoffs, may think about resting players. Last season the Atlanta Falcons, New England Patriots and San Francisco 49ers had all qualified for the playoffs by Week 15 and had the option to rest some players to have them fit and healthy for the playoffs. The best matches for Week 15 are clashes between AFC and NFC teams that could be Championship previews. The Washington Redskins will play the Atlanta Falcons at home, while the Packers will play host to the Dallas Cowboys in Green Bay.
2013/2014 NFL Schedule - Week 14
Week 14 is Quite a quite one this season, with barely any divisional matches to speak of. At this point in the season, it is divisional titles are often in hot contention and it is important for every team to outperform their major rivals. The biggest match of the round will likely come when the Seahawks and 49ers clash in Seattle. Both teams are hot favorites to take their division and will not want to drop points at this; the pointy end of the regular season.
2013/2014 NFL Schedule - Week 13
By Week 13 a number of NFL franchises will be out of playoffs contention. These sides will likely go through a rebuilding process and will play the rest of the season with one eye looking towards the 2014 NFL draft. Two sides that should still be in playoffs contention are the New England Patriots and Houston Texans, who take to the field to close Sunday's fixtures. The Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens will also be hoping to be well and truly on their way to a successful playoff berth, also meeting in this pivotal week.
2013/2014 NFL Schedule - Week 12
NFL games are a Thanksgiving tradition. Families gather around to: eat food, catch up and watch some quality football. This year the NFL is serving up some excellent games on Thanksgiving Day. NFC North rivals, the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings will clash in the next chapter of their intense rivalry. However, the main event for the day is a clash between the Denver Broncos and New England Patriots. Peyton Manning and Tom Brady; Two of the best quarterbacks in history will renew their rivalry in a clash that always carries a little personal flare.
2013/2014 NFL Schedule - Week 11
A relatively quiet week in terms of rivalries this season, Week 11 will likely be a turning point for teams; showing whether or not they are worthy of the finals, with many miss-matches highlighted. The biggest test will arguably come for the 49ers, when they welcome the always steady New Orleans Saints to San Francisco. Expecting to go one further than Super Bowl runners-up, it will be games like this the 49ers cannot afford to drop if they mean business.
2013/2014 NFL Schedule - Week 10
Injuries really start to take a toll on players in week 10. In 2011, the NFL was hit by a wave of injuries around this time with star running backs Adrian Petersen, Matt Forte and Darren McFadden all succumbing to injuries. Keeping your starting team healthy is vital in the NFL as too many injuries can end a team's playoff chances as we saw with the Kansas City Chiefs and San Diego Chargers that season. Florida rivals, the Miami Dolphins and Tampa Bay Buccaneers will clash in the pick of the weekend's matches. The other blockbuster match of the weekend sees the Washington Redskins host the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday night. Both teams made the first round of the playoffs last year and will be hoping to go a step further this season.
2013/2014 NFL Schedule - Week 9
Week 9 of the 2013 NFL season begins on Halloween. NFL franchises are known for really getting into the spirit of the holiday. Cheerleaders dress up in different costumes and most franchises will give away candy at their home games. In terms of on field action the week is highlighted by the Chicago Bears travelling to Green Bay to face the Packers. The Bears and Packers have one of the oldest and fiercest rivalries in all of the NFL and produce a heated battle on every occasion, even when they teams aren't level on paper. The Steelers and Patriots also meet in a game that is always a passionate affair.
2013/2014 NFL Schedule - Week 8
The NFL travels overseas in Week 8 as the Jacksonville Jaguars 'host' the San Francisco 49ers at Wembley Stadium in London, England. The NFL International Series began in 2007 and this will be the seventh regular season NFL game played in the United Kingdom. The Jaguars will play home games at Wembley again in 2014, 2015 and 2016. The New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles will play for the second time this season in a match that should have important consequences for the battle for the NFC East title. The Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings, as well as the Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots also face off in divisional clashes.
2013/2014 NFL Schedule - Week 7
Week 7 is headlined by the Baltimore Ravens hosting the Pittsburgh Steelers. The sides have to pential to make this an absolute blockbuster; the former as the current Super Bowl champions and the latter a picture of consistency under the guidance of Ben Roethlisberger. This week is filled with divisional match-ups as the Patriots battle the Jets, the Falcons face the Buccaneers and the Dolphins travel to Buffalo to play the Bills. In what is without doubt the highlight of the week, Peyton Manning will face his old club, the Indianapolis Colts, for the first time ever after leaving the franchise at the end of the 2011 season.
2013/2014 NFL Schedule - Week 6
Week 6 of the NFL season is highlighted by a match between Super Bowl favorites the Green Bay Packers and Baltimore Ravens. In a match that rarely takes place, this could be an early preview of the two teams left come Super Bowl XLVIII. Two of the game's great quarterbacks of all time in Drew Brees and Tom Brady also come face to face this week, as the Saints welcome the Patriots to New Orleans.
2013/2014 NFL Schedule - Week 5
Week 5 is moving week in the NFL. There has been a month of football and who are the good teams and who are the bad teams, in 2013, is starting to become clear. Teams ideally would like to be placed towards the top of their division as it is difficult to recover from a poor opening month of the season in the NFL. The highlight of week 5 is the match-up between the Denver Broncos and the Dallas Cowboys. Both teams will be counting on their star quarterbacks in Peyton Manning and Tony Romo to outdo their opposite number and produce an absolute feast of passing brilliance.
2013/2014 NFL Schedule - Week 4
The byes start in week 4 of the 2013 NFL season with the Carolina Panthers and Green Bay Packers getting the week off. The bye can be extremely important in the NFL season as it gives players a chance to recover from any niggling injuries as well as giving coaches an opportunity to evaluate their game plan for the remainder of the season. Week four is filled with divisional clashes. NFC North rivals the Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions face off, while the Battle of Ohio will renew hostilities between the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals. The game of the week though is the Patriots hosting the Atlanta Falcons; both reaching their respective Championship finals last season.
2013/2014 NFL Schedule - Week 3
For teams that started the season with two losses week 3 is the most important round of the season. Since 1990, only three teams have started their season 0-3 and made the playoffs. The last team that achieved this was the Buffalo Bills in 1998. Therefore, it is vital that teams who have started the season poorly snap their losing streak this week or their season is just about over already. Week 3 is headlined by a match between the highly rated Houston Texans and last season's Champion Baltimore Ravens, while they lowly Oakland Raiders will have to use everything in their arsenal to slow the Denver Broncos on Monday night.
2013/2014 NFL Schedule - Week 2
The real season starts in week 2. Teams can no longer use rustiness or lack of match practice as an excuse and teams are generally in better shape after their week 1 match. Teams under pressure to perform in 2013, like the New York Giants and New Orleans Saints, will be desperate to win at least one of their first two matches to avoid the pressure being turned up early in the season. On Thursday, the New York Jets host divisional rivals the New England Patriots in what is fast becoming one of the league's more bitter rivalries. A battle between the two highly rated Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers highlights the Sunday draw, while on Monday night the Pittsburgh Steelers will be hoping to make light work of the last year's playoff surprise packets the Cincinnati Bengals.
2013/2014 NFL Schedule - Week 1
The opening day of regular season matches is the most anticipated day on the NFL calendar. Fans get to see their players on the field for the first time in eight months and get a close look at off-season recruits as well as rookies. The season can't be won in the opening week but it can be lost. In 2008, Tom Brady suffered a torn ACL that ended the Patriots season barely after it started. In a replay of last season's AFC divisional playoff, Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos travel to Super Bowl Champions the Baltimore Ravens in the opening game of the season on Thursday night. On Sunday, NFC East rivals the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys face off in an anticipated matchup while a new-look Buffalo Bills look to get their season off to a flyer against AFC East heavyweight rivals the New England Patriots.