The 2015 season ended a game early for the New England Patriots, but they're on to Arizona.
The schedule for the 2016 NFL season has been revealed, and the Pats kick it off on the road against the Cardinals on Sunday, Sept. 11.
The Patriots will play interconference matchups against the NFC West this season - which means they'll face the Seattle Seahawks in a rematch on Nov. 13.
The newly-retired Peyton Manning won't be there for it, but after falling to them in the AFC Championship, Tom Brady will look for revenge in Denver against the Broncos on Dec. 18.
The full schedule:
|Sunday, Sept. 11||at Arizona Cardinals|
|Sunday, Sept. 18||vs. Miami Dolhins|
|Thursday, Sept. 22||vs. Houston Texans|
|Sunday, Oct. 2||vs. Buffalo Bills|
|Sunday, Oct. 9||at Cleveland Browns|
|Sunday, Oct. 16||vs. Cincinnati Bengals|
|Sunday, Oct. 23||at Pittsburgh Steelers|
|Sunday, Oct. 30||at Buffalo Bills|
|Sunday, Nov. 6||BYE|
|Sunday, Nov. 13||vs. Seattle Seahawks|
|Sunday, Nov. 20||at San Francisco 49ers|
|Sunday, Nov. 27||at New York Jets|
|Sunday, Dec. 4||vs. Los Angeles Rams|
|Monday, Dec. 12||vs. Baltimore Ravens|
|Sunday, Dec. 18||at Denver Broncos|
|Saturday, Dec. 24||at New York Jets|
|Sunday, Jan. 1||at Miami Dolphins|