NY Giants 2021 full schedule features very navigable home slate
The NY Giants’ full schedule was released Wednesday, as Joe Judge’s team looks to make the postseason for the first time since 2016
The NY Giants’ 2021 schedule was released Wednesday evening, and the path to the postseason in head coach Joe Judge’s second season features a navigable stretch of home games at MetLife Stadium.
Of the NY Giants’ eight home games, only two contests are against teams that made the NFL Playoffs in 2021; the defending NFC East champion Washington Football Team, and reigning NFC West champion Los Angeles Rams.
Meanwhile, it is a much more daunting road, away from the friendly confines of the swamps of Jersey, with road clashes against the defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers and AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs.
Additionally, the NY Giants will travel to Soldier Field, to take on the Chicago Bears — who were able to select Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields No. 11 overall, following a draft night trade with New York.
According to various NFL sources, reporting from Thew New York Post, and NorthJersey.com, FanSided has learned the NY Giants’ full schedule, ahead of Wednesday evening’s release.
Here is a look at the NY Giants’ full 2021 schedule:
Week 1 – vs. Denver Broncos, 4:25 p.m., FOX
Week 2 – at Washington Football Team, Thursday Night Football
Week 3 – vs. Atlanta Falcons
Week 4 – at New Orleans Saints
Week 5 – at Dallas Cowboys
Week 6 – vs. Los Angeles Rams
Week 7 – vs. Carolina Panthers
Week 8 – at Kansas City Chiefs – Monday Night Football
Week 9 – vs. Las Vegas Raiders
Week 10 – BYE
Week 11 – at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Monday Night Football
Week 12 – vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Week 13 – at Miami Dolphins
Week 14 – at Los Angeles Chargers
Week 15 – vs. Dallas Cowboys
Week 16 – at Philadelphia Eagles
Week 17 – at Chicago Bears
Week 18 – vs. Washington Football Team
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