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Every NFL team's 2016 home and away opponents

The Panthers will face the Seahawks in Seattle again in 2016. Carolina won the 2015 meeting, 27-23. AP Photo/Elaine Thompson

Now that the regular season is over, the 2016 opponents for every team have been finalized. The dates and times of each game will be determined in April.

Below are links to the 2016 home and away opponents for all teams. Click the links after each team to view the full posts, or check out the full thread here.

Atlanta Falcons: Facing four playoff teams at home should be quite a challenge as the Falcons try to improve on their 4-4 record at the Georgia Dome this season. View the full list here.

Arizona Cardinals: There will be a lot of long flights for Arizona with road games at Buffalo, Carolina, Atlanta and Miami. View the full list here.

Baltimore Ravens: If nothing else, the travel is going to be a lot smoother in 2016. View the full list here.

Buffalo Bills: The most intriguing part of the Bills' schedule is the uncertainty around both the Raiders' future in Oakland and the Rams' future in St. Louis. View the full list here.

Carolina Panthers: A road schedule that includes games against Seattle, Washington, Denver and Oakland should make the 2016 schedule tougher than this season's. View the full list here.

Chicago Bears: Outside of NFC North division rivals Green Bay and Minnesota, the Bears face only two 2015 playoff qualifiers next season. View the full list here.

Cincinnati Bengals: The road to a sixth straight playoff berth will be a bumpy one for the Bengals. View the full list here.

Cleveland Browns: The Browns will face only two teams out of their division that reached the playoffs. View the full list here.

Dallas Cowboys: The return of a healthy Tony Romo and Dez Bryant should make the Cowboys a favorite to win the NFC East. View the full list here.

Denver Broncos: The Broncos' season-ticket holders will get plenty of action with four playoff teams on the docket. View the full list here.

Detroit Lions: This should be a more manageable schedule for the Lions than what they ended up dealing with this season. View the full list here.

Green Bay Packers: You can't look at just the playoff teams as potential difficult opponents next season because the Cowboys and Colts both should be much better next season. View the full list here.

Houston Texans: First-place schedules are always difficult, but this is an especially tough road schedule. View the full list here.

Indianapolis Colts: The Colts will have to try to win the AFC South again by facing six teams that made the playoffs this season. View the full list here.

Jacksonville Jaguars: The Jaguars' 2016 schedule is harder than the third-place schedule they ended up facing in 2015. View the full list here.

Kansas City Chiefs: The Chiefs had better be a strong team away from Arrowhead Stadium because their road schedule is more difficult than their home schedule. View the full list here.

Miami Dolphins: For a last-place team, Miami did not come out with an easy schedule. View the full list here.

Minnesota Vikings: The Vikings' schedule appears noticeably easier than 2015 at this juncture. View the full list here.

New York Giants: The road schedule just about guarantees some cold trips late in the year. View the full list here.

New York Jets: The Jets face five nondivisional playoff teams, plus two perennial contenders that will try to rebound from down years. View the full list here.

New England Patriots: Playing the AFC North generally means physical football, so this could be a buckle-your-chinstrap type year. View the full list here.

New Orleans Saints: The first thing that stands out is how many frequent-flier miles the Saints will be racking up. View the full list here.

Oakland Raiders: This schedule looks easy. Super easy, really. Look at that road schedule. At the most, it will feature two 2015 playoff teams. View the full list here.

Philadelphia Eagles: The Eagles didn't help themselves for 2016 by beating the Giants on Sunday. View the full list here.

Pittsburgh Steelers: The Steelers will have to earn their home wins next season, with three playoff teams and the near-playoff Jets coming to Heinz Field. View the full list here.

San Diego Chargers: The Chargers will play the NFC South and the AFC South in 2016. View the full list here.

San Francisco 49ers: Whoever is the new Niners coach will have his work cut out for him in the NFC West. View the full list here.

St. Louis Rams: At first blush, this looks like a schedule that would be more conducive to a winning record than what the Rams saw in 2015. View the full list here.

Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks have only five games in 2016 against returning playoff teams, but there will be some heavyweight matchups on the schedule. View the full list here.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: This looks to be a tough schedule for the Buccaneers at first glance. View the full list here.

Tennessee Titans: Weather could have a big bearing on the Titans' road season. View the full list here.

Washington Redskins: The home schedule, on paper, looks a lot harder than what the Redskins faced this season. View the full list here.