The resurrected Los Angeles Rams blindsided the NFL world this morning by trading for the No. 1 overall draft pick, and the new face of the franchise will make his debut on national TV. The league announced its 2016 schedule today, and the Rams will open their first LA regular season since 1994 on the road against the San Francisco 49ers on ESPN’s Monday Night Football.

The team’s first home game in Los Angeles since 1994 will be Week 2 at the Coliseum against the Seattle Seahawks, whose coach Pete Carroll led USC for nine seasons. The Rams also will be featured this season on HBO’s annual training camp docuseries Hard Knocks.

Meanwhile, The NFL opening night game on Thursday, September 8, will be a Super Bowl 50 rematch on NBC between the Carolina Panthers and champion Denver Broncos. The marquee matchup loses a little luster with the retirement of quarterback Peyton Manning.

As usual, there will be three Thanksgiving Day games on TV: Minnesota Vikings at Detroit Lions (12:30 PM ET, CBS), Washington Redskins at Dallas Cowboys (4:30 PM ET, Fox) and the Pittsburgh Steelers at the Indianapolis Colts (8:30 PM ET, NBC). There also are two games on Christmas Day this year, and both are juicy divisional rivalry matchups: the Baltimore Ravens at the Steelers (1:30 PM ET, NFL Network) and the Broncos at the Kansas City Chiefs (5:30 PM ET, NBC).

Here are all the primetime games for the 2016 NFL season:

Thursday Night Football:

Week 1 (Sept. 8): Carolina Panthers at Denver Broncos, NBC
Week 2 (Sept. 15): New York Jets at Buffalo Bills, CBS/NFLN/Twitter
Week 3 (Sept. 22): Houston Texans at New England Patriots, CBS/NFLN/Twitter
Week 4 (Sept. 29): Miami Dolphins at Cincinnati Bengals, NFLN
Week 5 (Oct. 6): Arizona Cardinals at San Francisco 49ers, CBS/NFLN/Twitter
Week 6 (Oct. 13): Denver Broncos at San Diego Chargers, CBS/NFLN/Twitter
Week 7 (Oct. 20): Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers, CBS/NFLN/Twitter
Week 8 (Oct. 27): Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans, NFLN
Week 9 (Nov. 3): Atlanta Falcons at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, NFLN
Week 10 (Nov. 10): Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens, NFLN
Week 11 (Nov. 17): New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers, NBC/NFLN/Twitter
Week 13 (Dec. 1): Dallas Cowboys at Minnesota Vikings, NBC/NFLN/Twitter
Week 14 (Dec. 8): Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs, NBC/NFLN/Twitter
Week 15 (Dec. 15): Los Angeles Rams at Seattle Seahawks, NBC/NFLN/Twitter
Week 15 (Dec. 17, Saturday): Miami Dolphins at New York Jets, NFLN
Week 16 (Dec. 22): New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles, NBC/NFLN/Twitter
Week 16 (Dec. 24; Saturday): Cincinnati Bengals at Houston Texans, NFLN

Sunday Night Football (all games NBC and 8:30 PM ET except where noted; * denotes flex game):

Week 1 (Sept. 11): New England Patriots at Arizona Cardinals
Week 2 (Sept. 18): Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings
Week 3 (Sept. 25): Chicago Bears at Dallas Cowboys
Week 4 (Oct. 2): Kansas City Chiefs at Pittsburgh Steelers
Week 5 (Oct. 9): New York Giants at Green Bay Packers*
Week 6 (Oct. 16): Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans*
Week 7 (Oct. 23): Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals*
Week 8 (Oct. 30): Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys*
Week 9 (Nov. 6): Denver Broncos at Oakland Raiders*
Week 10 (Nov. 13): Seattle Seahawks at New England Patriots*
Week 11 (Nov. 20): Green Bay Packers at Washington Redskins*
Week 12 (Thursday, Nov. 24):Pittsburgh Steelers at Indianapolis Colts
Week 12 (Nov. 27): New England Patriots at New York Jets, 8:25 PM ET*
Week 13 (Dec. 4): Carolina Panthers at Seattle Seahawks*
Week 14 (Dec. 11): Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants*
Week 15 (Dec. 18): Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals*
Week 16 (Dec. 25): Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs
Week 17 (Jan. 1 ): TBD

Monday Night Football (all games ESPN and 8:15 pm ET except where noted):

Week 1 (Sept. 12): Pittsburgh Steelers at Washington Redskins, 7 pm ET
Week 1 (Sept. 12): Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers, 10:15 ET
Week 2 (Sept. 19): Philadelphia Eagles at Chicago Bears
Week 3 (Sept. 26): Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints
Week 4 (Oct. 3): New York Giants at Minnesota Vikings
Week 5 (Oct. 10): Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Carolina Panthers
Week 6 (Oct. 17): New York Jets at Arizona Cardinals
Week 7 (Oct. 24): Houston Texans at Denver Broncos
Week 8 (Oct. 31): Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears
Week 9 (Nov. 7): Buffalo Bills at Seattle Seahawks
Week 10 (Nov. 14): Cincinnati Bengals at New York Giants
Week 11 (Nov. 21): Houston Texans vs. Oakland Raiders (Mexico City)
Week 12 (Nov. 28): Green Bay Packers at Philadelphia Eagles
Week 13 (Dec. 5): Indianapolis Colts at New York Jets
Week 14 (Dec. 12): Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots
Week 15 (Dec. 19): Carolina Panthers at Washington Redskins
Week 16 (Dec. 26): Detroit Lions at Dallas Cowboys