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2024 NFL schedule release: 10 worst primetime games to avoid at all cost

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The 2024 NFL schedule release has been a whole thing around the football world. It makes up for a slow part of the offseason around the league.

The NFL does its best to pump up this release. In turn, fans tend to show a ton of interest. Sure, we’re going to see some absolutely awesome games this coming season. But there are a number of primetime matchups to avoid. Here, we rank the 10 worst following the official 2024 NFL schedule release.

Related: Top-20 games on the 2024 NFL schedule

10. Week 17: Seattle Seahawks at Chicago Bears (Thursday Night Football)

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9. Week 11: Washington Commanders at Philadelphia Eagles (Thursday Night Football)

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8. Week 8: Los Angeles Chargers at Arizona Cardinals (Monday Night Football)

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7. Week 5: New Orleans Saints at Kansas City Chiefs (Monday Night Football)

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6. Week 15: Atlanta Falcons at Las Vegas Raiders (Monday Night Football)

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5. Week 15: Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings (Monday Night Football)

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4. Week 3: Washington Commanders at Cincinnati Bengals (Monday Night Football)

Washington Commanders' Dan Quinn
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3. Week 3: New England Patriots at New York Jets (Thursday Night Football)

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2. Week 7: Denver Broncos at New Orleans Saints (Thursday Night Football)

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1. Week 13: Cleveland Browns at Denver Broncos (Monday Night Football)

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