NFL is getting back to the basics

The NFL has gotten back to its roots and is trying to bring the league back to what made it popular in the ’90s and 2000s.

And for now, the league is not going to have its traditional Week 2 games.

The NFL has already announced two new Thursday games.

The first is the Falcons-Cowboys game on Sunday night.

The second is the Chiefs-Eagles game on Monday night.

That game is not set in stone, but it is one of the more intriguing matchups the league has had this season.

The Falcons-Cardinals game is scheduled for 7:25 p.m.

ET.

It will be the second of two Thursday night games for the Falcons this season, but the first of its kind since 2011.

The Chiefs-Bengals game will be played on Sunday at 7:00 p.mi.

ET, and it will be on Fox Sports 1.

The Falcons-Eli Manning game will also be on FOX Sports 1, but that game will not be on the network.

The Cowboys-Bears game will go to Fox Sports 2.

The Giants-Chiefs game will air on ESPN2.

Both the Falcons and Chiefs games will be live on ESPN.

The Giants-Colts game will begin at 7 p. m.

ET and be broadcast by the NFL Network.

The Chiefs-Packers game will start at 9 p. mi.

ET on CBS Sports Network and will be broadcast on FoxSports.com.

The NFL also announced that it is taking the next step to stream the first three regular-season games on mobile devices.

That includes Sunday’s Packers-Dolphins game on NFL Network and the Broncos-Chargers game on Fox.

The third Sunday game of the season will be at the New Orleans Saints-Arizona Cardinals game on ESPNU.

The Saints-Bills game will live on FOX.

The Eagles-Cowboy game will continue to be aired on ESPN3.