Jan 22, 2014; New York, NY, USA; Sports talk show host Mike Francesa (left) chats with actor and entertainer Chazz Palminteri during game between the New York Knicks and the Philadelphia 76ers at Madison Square Garden. Mandatory Credit: Jim O

2014 NFL Schedule: Mike Francesa leaks New York Giants potential schedule


While most journalists (and bloggers) are sitting by their laptops, phones waiting for news about the final 2014 NFL schedule to come out New York’s most infamous sports radio host apparently leaked the entire New York Giants 2014 schedule on his radio show.

Mike Francesa boldly listed off the Giants 2014 schedule game by game on his radio show, letting the city know the New York Football Giants schedule in advance.

From The Big Lead

Mike Francesa obtained the entire 2014 New York Giants schedule, so he decided to read it off this afternoon on his No. 1 radio show, just because he can. The Sports Pope obviously doesn’t care about incurring the wrath of Roger Goodell.

According to Francesa and his sources the 2014 Giants schedule is as followed, via CBS New York:

Week 1: Sept. 8, at Detroit
Week 2: Sept. 14, vs. Arizona
Week 3: Sept. 21, vs. Houston
Week 4: Sept. 25, at Washington
Week 5: Oct. 5, vs. Atlanta
Week 6: Oct. 12, at Philadelphia
Week 7: Oct. 19, at Dallas
Week 8: Bye
Week 9: Nov. 3, vs. Indianapolis
Week 10: Nov. 9, at Seattle
Week 11: Nov. 16, vs. San Francisco
Week 12: Nov. 23, vs. Dallas
Week 13: Nov. 30, at Jacksonville
Week 14: Dec. 7, at Tennessee
Week 15: Dec. 14, vs. Washington
Week 16: Dec. 21, at St. Louis
Week 17: Dec. 28, vs. Philadelphia

While the Oakland Raiders don’t play New York in the 2014 season having played them in East Rutherford last year in a loss it is interesting that Francesca leaked the entire Giants schedule so blatantly close to the final release of the schedule this evening. Will the NFL make changes to screw with Francesa’s bold leak? Who knows.

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  • Bob

    As usual, the NFL is turning the schedule into a spectical too. I can see down the road just watching college football instead of the NFL. Good for him.