NFL: Here are the 2020 schedule rotations for every AFC team

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QB Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs will encounter the Chargers, Broncos, Patriots, Jets, Falcons and Raiders at home this fall, among others.

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

AFC EAST

BUFFALO BILLS

HOME: Miami, New England, N.Y. Jets, Kansas City, L.A. Chargers, L.A. Rams, Seattle, Pittsburgh

AWAY: Miami, New England, N.Y. Jets, Denver, Las Vegas, Arizona, San Francisco, Tennessee

MIAMI DOLPHINS

HOME: Buffalo, New England, N.Y. Jets, Kansas City, L.A. Chargers, L.A. Rams, Seattle, Cincinnati

AWAY: Buffalo, New England, N.Y. Jets, Denver, Las Vegas, Arizona, San Francisco, Jacksonville

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

HOME: Buffalo, Miami, N.Y. Jets, Denver, Las Vegas, Arizona, San Francisco, Baltimore

AWAY: Buffalo, Miami, N.Y. Jets, Kansas City, L.A. Chargers, L.A. Rams, Seattle, Houston

NEW YORK JETS

HOME: Buffalo, Miami, New England, Denver, Las Vegas, Arizona, San Francisco, Cleveland

AWAY: Buffalo, Miami, New England, Kansas City, L.A. Chargers, L.A. Rams, Seattle, Indianapolis

AFC NORTH

BALTIMORE RAVENS

HOME: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Kansas City

AWAY: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, Houston, Philadelphia, Washington, New England

CINCINNATI BENGALS

HOME: Baltimore, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, L.A. Chargers

AWAY: Baltimore, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, Houston, Philadelphia, Washington, Miami

CLEVELAND BROWNS

HOME: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, Houston, Philadelphia, Washington, Las Vegas

AWAY: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, N.Y. Jets

PITTSBURGH STEELERS

HOME: Baltimore, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Houston, Philadelphia, Washington, Denver

AWAY: Baltimore, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Buffalo

AFC SOUTH

HOUSTON TEXANS

HOME: Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Green Bay, Minnesota, New England

AWAY: Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Chicago, Kansas City

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

HOME: Houston, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Green Bay, Minnesota, N.Y. Jets

AWAY: Houston, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Chicago, Las Vegas

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS

HOME: Houston, Indianapolis, Tennessee, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Chicago, Miami

AWAY: Houston, Indianapolis, Tennessee, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Green Bay, Minnesota, L.A. Chargers

TENNESSEE TITANS

HOME: Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Chicago, Buffalo

AWAY: Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Green Bay, Minnesota, Denver

AFC WEST

DENVER BRONCOS

HOME: Kansas City, L.A. Chargers, Las Vegas, Buffalo, Miami, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Tennessee

AWAY: Kansas City, L.A. Chargers, Las Vegas, N.Y. Jets, New England, Atlanta, Carolina, Pittsburgh

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

HOME: Denver, L.A. Chargers, Las Vegas, N.Y. Jets, New England, Atlanta, Carolina, Houston

AWAY: Denver, L.A. Chargers, Las Vegas, Buffalo, Miami, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Baltimore

LOS ANGELES CHARGERS

HOME: Denver, Kansas City, Las Vegas, N.Y. Jets, New England, Atlanta, Carolina, Jacksonville

AWAY: Denver, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Buffalo, Miami, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati

LAS VEGAS RAIDERS

HOME: Denver, L.A. Chargers, Kansas City, Buffalo, Miami, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis

AWAY: Denver, L.A. Chargers, Kansas City, N.Y. Jets, New England, Atlanta, Carolina, Cleveland

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