The NFL playoffs are over, but the NFL will have a chance to go back to basics in the fall.
For the first time in over a decade, there won’t be a regular season.
It will instead be the regular season followed by the playoffs, with the playoffs set to start at 7 p.m.
The league will also be playing three exhibition games in its first two weeks, with each team playing a home game.
The preseason schedule for the NFL, which began with the regular-season, was released Tuesday.
Here are some of the key details:•The playoffs will be a weeklong series, with two home games, three away games and two home/road series.•Teams will play three exhibition contests, one in a home stadium (Seattle, Oakland and Chicago) and one in an away stadium (Arizona and Kansas City).•Each game will start at 8 p.d. and end at 5 a.m., with the last game starting at 5:30 a.