NFL: Here are the 2020 schedule rotations for every NFC club

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Jimmy Garoppolo and the NFC champion Niners will have road outings with the Seahawks, Rams, Patriots, Cowboys and Saints this fall, among others.

The official dates and times for every NFL matchup will be announced in early May, roughly two weeks after the draft:

NFC EAST

DALLAS COWBOYS

HOME: N.Y. Giants, Philadelphia, Washington, Arizona, San Francisco, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Atlanta

AWAY: N.Y. Giants, Philadelphia, Washington, L.A. Rams, Seattle, Cincinnati, Baltimore, Minnesota

NEW YORK GIANTS

HOME: Dallas, Philadelphia, Washington, Arizona, San Francisco, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Carolina

AWAY: Dallas, Philadelphia, Washington, L.A. Rams, Seattle, Cincinnati, Baltimore, Chicago

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

HOME: Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Washington, L.A. Rams, Seattle, Cincinnati, Baltimore, New Orleans

AWAY: Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Washington, Arizona, San Francisco, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Green Bay

WASHINGTON REDSKINS

HOME: Dallas, Philadelphia, N.Y. Giants, L.A. Rams, Seattle, Cincinnati, Baltimore, Tampa Bay

AWAY: Dallas, Philadelphia, N.Y. Giants, Arizona, San Francisco, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Detroit

NFC NORTH

CHICAGO BEARS

HOME: Green Bay, Minnesota, Detroit, Tampa Bay, New Orleans, Houston, Indianapolis, N.Y. Giants

AWAY: Green Bay, Minnesota, Detroit, Atlanta, Carolina, Jacksonville, Tennessee, L.A. Rams

DETROIT LIONS

HOME: Green Bay, Minnesota, Chicago, Tampa Bay, New Orleans, Houston, Indianapolis, Washington

AWAY: Green Bay, Minnesota, Chicago, Atlanta, Carolina, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Arizona

GREEN BAY PACKERS

HOME: Chicago, Minnesota, Detroit, Atlanta, Carolina, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Philadelphia

AWAY: Chicago, Minnesota, Detroit, Tampa Bay, New Orleans, Houston, Indianapolis, San Francisco

MINNESOTA VIKINGS

HOME: Green Bay, Detroit Chicago, Atlanta, Carolina, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Dallas

AWAY: Green Bay, Detroit, Chicago, Tampa Bay, New Orleans, Houston, Indianapolis, Seattle

NFC SOUTH

ATLANTA FALCONS

HOME: Carolina, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Chicago, Detroit, Denver, Las Vegas, Seattle

AWAY: Carolina, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Minnesota, Green Bay, Kansas City, L.A. Chargers, Dallas

CAROLINA PANTHERS

HOME: Atlanta, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Chicago, Detroit, Denver, Las Vegas, Arizona

AWAY: Atlanta, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Minnesota, Green Bay, Kansas City, L.A. Chargers, N.Y. Giants

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

HOME: Carolina, Atlanta, Tampa Bay, Minnesota, Green Bay, Kansas City, L.A. Chargers, San Francisco

AWAY: Carolina, Atlanta, Tampa Bay, Chicago, Detroit, Denver, Las Vegas, Philadelphia

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

HOME: Carolina, New Orleans, Atlanta, Minnesota, Green Bay, Kansas City, L.A. Chargers, L.A. Rams

AWAY: Carolina, New Orleans, Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Denver, Las Vegas, Washington

NFC WEST

ARIZONA CARDINALS

HOME: L.A. Rams, Seattle, San Francisco, Buffalo, Miami, Philadelphia, Washington, Detroit

AWAY: L.A. Rams, Seattle, San Francisco, N.Y. Jets, New England, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Tampa Bay

LOS ANGELES RAMS

HOME: Arizona, Seattle, San Francisco, N.Y Jets, New England, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Chicago

AWAY: Arizona, Seattle, San Francisco, Buffalo, Miami, Philadelphia, Washington, Carolina

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

HOME: Arizona, L.A. Rams, Seattle, Buffalo, Miami, Philadelphia, Washington, Green Bay

AWAY: Arizona, L.A. Rams, Seattle, N.Y. Jets, New England, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, New Orleans

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

HOME: Arizona, L.A. Rams, San Francisco, N.Y Jets, New England, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Minnesota

AWAY: Arizona, L.A. Rams, San Francisco, Buffalo, Miami, Philadelphia, Washington, Atlanta

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