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, and writes for a host of other fine publications. You can follow him on Twitter @RobertZeglinski.Hello NFL Sunday, welcome back, we missed you... Thursday Night Football between the Atlanta Falcons and the Philadelphia Eagles was the stuffed mushroom appetizer before the decadent pan of lasagna that is the first slate of NFL games today. Eight early games, followed by four late afternoon games, before the Sunday Night night cap that we’ve been waiting for since April 20 when it was first announced. You guys remember the excitement in head coach Matt Nagy’s voice when he revealed the Chicago Bears schedule to his team don’t you?Here’s the full line up for today (All times Chicago time)12:00 Bills at Ravens12:00 Jaguars at Giants12:00 Buccaneers at Saints 12:00 Texans at Patriots 12:00 49ers at Vikings 12:00 Titans at Dolphins 12:00 Bengals at Colts 12:00 Steelers at Browns 3:05 Chiefs at Chargers 3:25 Seahawks at Broncos 3:25 Cowboys at Panthers 3:25 Redskins at Cardinals To find out what game is playing where you live, check out 506Sports.com.This is your first Sunday Open Thread of the 2018 season, and please remember that open threads are rated WCG-MA. Once these games all end, our Bears vs Packers thread will be live!See our CHI-GB picks here!One more thing, please don’t share any GIFs or pics in the comment section because it just slows down the load times.