NFL 2019 Week 1 Line Report 

Are you ready for some football? Thursday night party? The 100th season of the National Football League, finds the 199th meeting between the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears opening the 2019 regular season. The official network of the league will showcase its oldest rivalry. NFL 2019 Week 1 Line Report: Bears -3.5 vs Packers

NFL Network Thursday Night Party

I don’t know about those of you reading this 2019 Week 1 line report but I can barely compose myself. As emotional and dramatic as college basketball’s “Dance” is and can be September football is my drug of choice. And the NFL season openers are coupled with the home stretch of American’s Pastime, Major League Baseball. There simply isn’t any equal to football, and baseball, in the late summer and early fall.

The league announced yesterday that the Green Bay Packers will travel to Soldier Field on Sept. 5 for a Thursday night kickoff against the Chicago Bears. Consequently the league’s 2019 season opener is a diversion from the usual. The defending Super Bowl champion typically hosts the NFL’s first game of the season. But like rules, traditions are made to be broken.

As a result Tom Terrific and the New England Patriots instead will host a Week 1 game on “Sunday Night Football. Their opponent will be announced later this spring when the full schedule is released.

Because of the league’s decision to open with this NFC North event Packer faithful will get a early preview of just what new head coach Matt LaFleur is made of. LaFleur will be immediately baptized into arguably the most intense rivalry in football. Certainly the most emotional among the NFC North troupe.

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NFL 2019 Week 1 Line Report: Bears -3.5 vs Packers

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