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NFL Prepping to Release 2012 Schedule Tonight

Posted by Randy Lange on April 17, 2012 – 1:28 pm

Tonight’s the night. At least if you’ve been waiting patiently for the past three months for your NFL team’s complete 2012 schedule.

The NFL will release its team-by-team and weekly schedules for all 256 regular-season games tonight. The schedule will be the star of the record three-hour-long “2012 Schedule Release Show” on NFL Network. The show, hosted by Rich Eisen and featuring Marshall Faulk, Michael Irvin, Kurt Warner and Steve Mariucci in the analysts’ chairs, will begin at 7 p.m. ET.

We’ll have the Jets’ portion of the schedule at 7 p.m. as well, giving you the ins and outs of their key homestands and gotta-have-‘em road trips, this year’s primetime matchups and always-important AFC East clashes with the division-champion Patriots, the defensively fortified Bills and the ever-dangerous Dolphins.

In addition to the stories on the schedule, featuring comments from head coach Rex Ryan and players as we get them, we’ll also have a video schedule feature at newyorkjets.com/schedule.

And on Wednesday at 11 a.m. ET, come back to our site to participate in a live chat on the Jets’ 2012 schedule. Eric Allen and I will field your questions and observations on the sked, which you can send us in advance to the Jets on Facebook and the Jets on Twitter.


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23 Responses to “NFL Prepping to Release 2012 Schedule Tonight”

  1. By IRA on Apr 17, 2012 | Reply

    Just a guess but i think the Jets open in Miami only because they have opne at home the past two years,play the Jags on a Thursday Night,play in Foxboro on a Sunday Night, and Pitts on a Monday Night and finish at home vs the Pats. I also think the SF game at home could be a MNF Game. Love the suspense and the NFL knows how to add the suspense. Thats why its the best sport going!

  2. By uncle joe on Apr 17, 2012 | Reply

    I hope we get as many early games as possible and a mid season Bye. I despise late games,I’m exhausted the next morning. Unfortunately because of Rex Ryan and Tebow making for good ratings we will probably get alot of Prime Time Games.

  3. By JetsWin1 on Apr 17, 2012 | Reply

    Nothing wrong with the prime time games. I prefer them….get to have my weekend free during the day with the kids and family and get to focus more on the game at night without as many distractions as during the day. The more prime time games the better.

  4. By scjoe on Apr 17, 2012 | Reply

    Uncle Joe, I agree on the early games, unfortunately I don’t see the majority of the games being early simply because of the NY market. I can see approximately 4-5 prime time, and about the same number of late games, maybe a couple more. My only hope is that they don’t duplicate last years debacle of getting a Thursday night game directly after a west coast trip the previous Sunday. That would just fall right in to place considering everything else that has happened so far this year.

  5. By scjoe on Apr 17, 2012 | Reply

    Ira, I would agree that it will probably be at Miami in the opener. The team I would really love to see them open with would be the Rams. A team not only coming off of a disastrous season but one that has a new coaching staff and a new system as well.

  6. By don on Apr 17, 2012 | Reply

    i think the jets open up week one home against miami week two sunday nite at new england week three home against buffalo three division teams right off the bat . also sunday nite at pittsburgh , monday nite home against indy i think the jets get there bye week the first week of the bye weeks . also thursday nite at jacksonville . last game of the season home against new england that’s why it”s the best sport going you got that right ira .

  7. By danny on Apr 17, 2012 | Reply

    ESPN reported today the Jets will use Tim Tebow at RB and Fullback along with Wildcat this yr as I said from the start. He will not take any needed snaps from MS. He will help us because he is a playmaker and football player. I don’t wanna hear anyway say he can’t play RB either because he proved that last season the dude can run with the Football. He’s a big boy with speed and athletic but most of all tough as nails. He also has the threat to pass. I think more and more for the 1.2 million he’s a great pickup. Elway dumped he because he can’t play QB in a pro offense and he won’t with us either. He will be a wildcat QB and a RB. Macalroy will get the backup reps in our normal pro offense. Don’t rip it til u see it fellas

  8. By GaryC on Apr 17, 2012 | Reply

    Just remember jet fans, keep your sanchez boos to a minimum this year or you will see tebow quicker than an eye blink with rex in charge.

  9. By SCfromNY on Apr 17, 2012 | Reply

    Down here is SC i need the prime time games. Without the “NFL package” because I can not get direct. Hoping someday soon you will be able to get all games via pay-per-view.

  10. By Karan on Apr 17, 2012 | Reply

    I like the schedule. Can’t wait.

  11. By IRAint on Apr 17, 2012 | Reply

    The Jets are done… that schedual is brutal!

  12. By Jet Fan Since '64 Tom on Apr 17, 2012 | Reply

    This is the easiest sked we’ve had in yrs, the only really strong non-div teams we play are SF and PIT, though HOU will be tougher if Schaub bounces back. If we can split with NE and sweep BUF and MIA, we could be 10-6 or much better. If BUF and MIA are improved and we’re not, we could be 8-8. All of this assumes that Sanchez is finally gonna play consistently great and that we plug holes at RT, WR, backup C, DL, OLB, maybe both S, and maybe even RB, K. and P. Doing half of that by September’s a pretty tall order, so 4-12 is still a possibility if MS doesn’t step up and Tebow plays as badly at QB as he did last yr. We won’t threaten NE, NO, GB, the Giants, or anyone else who’s not terrible by scoring 17 pts a game like Tebow did last yr.

  13. By DKM on Apr 17, 2012 | Reply

    whoooohhhaa …… another Thanksgiving game and this time the Pats, had the feeling that would happen, have a lot explaining to do.

  14. By DKM on Apr 17, 2012 | Reply

    Enough with these post’s about TT being a RB,TE,HB,QB,S,WR and whatever else you want him to be he is not a football player and he never will be, he is here only for one reason to promote the product JETS, ENTERTAIN, and make more MONEY for WOODY, ah oh and yes sell PSL LIC. and a lot of them get it.

    Danny you believe everything ESPN is telling you, or you just happend to be a TT FAN, cause than just say so.

  15. By DKM on Apr 17, 2012 | Reply

    This has 8-8 written all over with us going 6-2 going into the bye and the rest of the way 2-6, i still can not figure out why the NFL is bunching Away games together and we have 3 (2 span games) of them this year.

    In BUF the last game of the year no way we win there on DEC.30

  16. By DKM on Apr 17, 2012 | Reply

    Here is something else that irks me, beside the abismal Offseason we having, the rumor that the Jets thinking about bundeling there first rounder combined with other picks this year and next to move up a couple of spots to take Ingram and the Fans who agree with that move, let me tell you with the noneexisting Offseason moves we have been doing you better dont waste any of the ones we have left and make them count where its needed.
    Like adreesing the OL, OLB, S, and DL and that in this exact order. Or were ready ourselves for a regime change.

  17. By DKM on Apr 17, 2012 | Reply

    LB, OLB this year is very deep you schould be able to find 1 or 2 gems in the latter rounds without sacraficing your future or this years Draft.

  18. By GaryC on Apr 18, 2012 | Reply

    if the jets continue to trade picks it only emphasizes the total lack of confidence the team has for clinkscales as the player personnel director.any scout worth his grain of salt can give you the top players in the first round, but I guess for the jets it gets a bit hazy after that.Quality for quantity if your scouting is suspect.

  19. By GaryC on Apr 18, 2012 | Reply

    the jets did not follow the blueprint of the eighties niners,they brought in good players with no character then brought in players with high character who can’t play.the niners had players with character who could play.

  20. By Jet Fan Since '64 Tom on Apr 18, 2012 | Reply

    DKM, many folks see it even worse than you do with us out of it after the first 5 games. Without major improvements, we’re almost certain to lose to PIT, SF, and possibly HOU, and if we blow a game to BUF or MIA Cimini sees it this way: “The Jets face some of the best defenses, some of the best defensive players and some of the best defensive minds in the league over the first five weeks of the season. If Sanchez stumbles, creating an opportunity for Tebow, it (MS losing the starting job) will happen early because this isn’t what you’d call a quarterback-friendly stretch of games.” I don’t know what the Jets expect, neglecting so many crucial needs just to mess around with the Tebow nonsense, but a huge fall would finally mean REAL changes.

  21. By danny on Apr 18, 2012 | Reply

    DKM I’m not a Tebow fan as a QB but love the way he plays the game and think he can help us. I agree Woody was behind the signing for CASH reasons but I like the kid and think he can help us. Sprinkle him in at RB here and there and he fits in nice with S Green and explosive Mcnight. Remember I said here or there tho I don’t expect to see him more then a few plays a game unles he is picking up tons of yds and we ride the hot hand

  22. By danny on Apr 18, 2012 | Reply

    DKM I actually think our schedule is tougher the 1st 7 or 8 games then we can finish strong to a nice 11 – 5 or at least 10 – 6. Our schedule has a lot of winnable games and we will be a solid football team again like 09- 10 and maybe better

  23. By joe on Apr 19, 2012 | Reply

    IN TYPICAL SAME OLD JET FASHION the best thing about the upcoming TRAIN WRECK OF A SEASON WAITING TO HAPPEN IS THAT THIS ENTIRE REGIME WILL BE GONE NEXT YEAR. Hopefully then WE CAN FOLLOW THE BLUEPRINTS of teams that ACTUALLY WIN SUPERBOWLS Pats Steelers Saints Giants ect )AND BRING CHAMPIONSHIP LEVEL PLAYERS IN HERE .

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