NFL Schedule 2014/2015
In 2014, OnlineGambling.com has built off the successful ground-work of the 2013/2014 NFL schedule to provide a truly un-rivaled NFL team versus team database, free to use for 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 2014/2015 NFL season, as well as the addition of a team vs. team section for those who do not meet in the 2014 roster. In the same way as last season, NFL fans can search for any statistic recorded by any time and find it with ease.
Similar to the 2013/2014 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 online 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!
The statistical sheets of team match-ups that don't meet in a given season, which was introduced last year, has also been updated due to their success. While the information may not be directly relevant to this year's match outcomes, the huge traffic of players and staff switching teams in the offseason has meant that some players faced teams last season and may come up against the same rivals this year, but in new colors. While the Tampa Bay Buccaneers didn't face the Green Bay Packers last season, their new coach Lovie Smith did while coaching for the Chicago Bears, many a times, and this information is available to scrutiny.
Finally, we have left the weekly pages of the 2013/2014 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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2014 NFL Schedule - Weeks of NFL Games
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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 Green Bay Packers travel to the Seattle Seahawks in the opening game of the season on Thursday night. The last time Seattle hosted Green Bay was in 2012, one of the most infamous games of the century was born. Any NFL fan knows about "Fail Mary". The Seahawks hadn't found their strength back in 2012, and were simple up-and-comers, but now they're defending Super Bowl champions. Also in Week 1, Peyton Manning faces his former team, the Colts, for just the second time since moving to Denver. Last season, Indianapolis delivered Denver their first loss of the season in week seven. This Sunday Night Football match is sure to be a blockbuster.
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, like the Jacksonville Jaguars and Washington Redskins, will be desperate to win at least one of their first two matches and get their season off to a good start. 2013 was the first season since 1999 without the Baltimore Ravens or Pittsburgh Steelers in the playoffs. When these two rivals face off on "Thursday Night Football" we'll get our first good look at the retooled AFC North teams. If you prefer shootouts, Kansas City Chiefs travel to Mile High to meet the Broncos.
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. The Philadelphia Eagles let go of DeSean Jackson at the end of last season, but Washington quickly snapped him up. This week sees the wide receiver face off against his former team for the first time, as the Redskins hit the road to meet the Eagles on Sunday afternoon. Later in the day, the Broncos travel to Seattle in a replay of the Super Bowl XLVIII, where the Seahawks thumped the Broncos.
Week 4 sees the beginning of byes in the 2014 NFL season. The Bengals, Browns, Broncos, Cardinals, Seahawks, and Rams are all off for the week. 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 4 is still full of excitement though. Chip Kelly's offense meets Vic Fangio's defense as the Philadelphia Eagles hit the road for a big matchup against the San Francisco 49ers. Divisional rivalries are also on the menu this week, with the Packers versus the Bears and the Giants versus the Redskins.
Week five is when the NFL really starts to take shape. After a month of football, the good and bad teams of 2014 are starting to emerge. Teams would ideally 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. Alex Smith returns to San Francisco on Sunday afternoon, getting his first crack at his former team since transferring to Kansas City in 2013. Elsewhere, the much-scrutinized Andy Dalton will play under the bright prime-time lights on Sunday when the Bengals travel to the Patriots in Foxborough.
Week six of the NFL is highlighted by a match between defending Super Bowl champs, Seattle Seahawks, and the Dallas Cowboys at CenturyLink Field. Rex Ryan, who once devoted the entire first chapter of his autobiography to talking up the greatness of Peyton Manning, gets another crack at the QB as the Denver Broncos travel to MetLife to take on the New York Jets on Sunday afternoon.
Week 7 of the NFL is headlined by the Super Bowl contenders clash. The "Sunday Night Football" schedule will hit one of its high points when the 49ers travel to Mile High to face the defending AFC champion Denver Broncos. If you like a bit if drama with your football, dont miss the "Thursday Night Football" match between the New England Patriots and New York Jets. There's another intense division rivalry this week as the Giants and Cowboys square off at MetLife.
The NFL travels overseas in Week 8 as the Atlanta Falcons 'host' the Detroit Lions at Wembley Stadium in London, England. This will be the first overseas regular-season match for both franchises. The NFL International Series began in 2007 and this will be the tenth regular season NFL game played in the United Kingdom. The Series has two other games playing this season, as well as one each in 2015 and 2016. Back at home, two NFC contenders square off during "Sunday Night Football" when the Packers travel to New Orleans and face off in the Superdome. The match will see Packers' QB Aaron Rodgers going up against the Saints' Drew Brees. This is one match you won't want to miss.
Week 9 of the 2014 NFL season crosses over with Halloween. NFL franchises really get into the spirit of the holiday. Cheerleaders dress up in different costumes and most franchises will give away candy at their home games. On field action this week sees another edition of the infamous Manning-Brady Bowl, which are always entertaining matchups. In other revenge games, the Saints return to Charlotte this week for a divisional match against the Panthers. Carolina's week 16 win over New Orleans last year ended the Saints' hopes at claiming a division title.
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. Luckily for six teams: the Texans, Colts, Vikings, Patriots, Chargers, and Redskins, they all have byes this week so rest their valued players. The International Series concludes with a matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and Jacksonville Jaguars. This will be the second of four London trips for the Jags through the 2016 season. While the 49ers get another shot on the road against the Saints, who they fell three points short to in 2013.
Week 11 sees the old guard going up against the new guard when Tom Brady and Andrew Luck face off. To see the quarterback position's present going up against its future is why "Sunday Night Footbal" was created. Meanwhile, the Atlanta Falcons get the chance to make an impact on the road against the defending NFC champions Carolina Panthers. If you like big-scoring matches don't miss the clash between the Philadelphia Eagles and Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on Sunday afternoon.
By Week 12 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 2015 NFL draft. Josh McCown kept the Chicago Bears afloat with a stellar play in 2013 in place of an injured Jay Cutler. McCown has since moved to Tampa and will face his old team for the first time. As will former coach Lovie Smith, who led the Bears from 2004-2012, before signing to the Buccaneers this season. For fans of NFC East rivalries, the week's "Sunday Night Football" matchup pits the Dallas Cowboys against the New York Giants.
NFL games are a Thanksgiving tradition. Families gathering around to: eat food, catch up, and watch some quality football. This year the NFL is serving up some excellent games on Thanksgiving Day. Many believe the 49ers and Seahawks represent the best rivalry in the league, and those fans will be happy to see a Thanksgiving night matchup between the two. Don't miss this one. In other stellar games, the Bears and Lions meet in an early game before the Eagles and Cowboys meet at AT&T Stadium. Overall, this Thanksgiving slate is a superb one not to be missed.
There are only three divisional rival clashes this week (Steelers versus Bengals, Carolina Panthers versus New Orleans Saints, and Houston Texans versus Jacksonville Jaguars) but it doesn't mean you're not in for a slice of football heaven! Seattle takes on Philadelphia at Lincoln Financial Field this week in a strategic give-and-take of physical defense and high-octane offense. Elsewhere, a tantalizing QB matchup takes place as Matt Ryan's Falcons visit Aaron Rodger's Packers on Monday night.
As the regular season reaches its climax some teams, who have already qualified for the playoffs, may think about resting players. Last season the Seattle Seahawks, New England Patriots and Denver Broncos 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 game of week 15 involves NFC West rivals, the 49ers and Seahawks. Serving as a rematch for their tussle in Week 13, this game could decide the NFC West for the season. In other action, the Saints travel to frosty Chicago to face the Bears on Monday night.
In the penultimate week of the 2014 regular season, Rex Ryan and the Jets must face the team of Darrelle Revis and Bill Belichick on Sunday afternoon. This game is a rematch of their week 7 match, but taking place at MetLife Stadium this time. Revis will be anxious to show his former team that he's worth every penny of the $12 million the Jets weren't interested in paying him. Week 16 also sees a return of Saturday football, with the Chargers visiting the 49ers and Washington hosting Philly.
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 game in week 17 is important, but games of particular note include the Lions at Packers, Bengals at Steelers and the Cardinals visiting the 49ers. Jared Allen, with the help of the Bears, will get the chance to squash Minnesota's season as they face off in the regular-season finale. The two teams have split their last four regular-season matches, but Minnesota will struggle without a solid quarterback.