(CNN)When the 2020 NFL schedule was released, all eyes were on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the New England Patriots. Would Tom Brady and Bill Belichick meet in the regular season during their first year apart after 19 years together? The storyline writes itself. Sadly, we won’t be treated to such a showdown. Brady and his new team have inevitably been thrust into the spotlight immediately, having been lined up for five prime-time games during the 17-week regular season. READ: ‘I went from palm trees to snowmen but couldn’t have been happier.’ This is what it’s like to be drafted into the NFL Read More Five nationally televised games in one season is a franchise record for the Buccaneers, one more than the team had in 2003 after it won the Super Bowl. The Bucs’ first prime-time appearance comes in week five against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. The team then have a one week break before returning to prime-time for three consecutive weeks, the first coming against the Las Vegas Raiders at the newly built Allegiant Stadium. Brady and co. then fly to New York to face the Giants, before facing-off against division rivals, the New Orleans Saints… Read full this story
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