The NFL has released its 2010 NFL Schedule and it has plenty of high profile games. You can view and download the schedule from here > 2010 NFL Schedule

Week 1 looks to be a great opening weekend. The season starts in New Orleans with the Thursday Night Opener, which is a rematch of last years NFC Championship game, between the Vikings and Saints.

The league has plenty of divisional matchups to start the season as well. The Redskins get to unleash their new QB, Donovan McNabb, on the Cowboys at home. The Houston Texan open at home versus the Colts, and get to find out immediately if they have closed the gap between themselves and the Colts. Other divisional matchups include Dolphins at Bills, Lions at Bears, 49ers at Seahawks, Cardinals at Rams and the week ends with the Chargers at Chiefs in the second game of Monday Night Football Doubleheader. The other Monday Night game has the NY Jets opening their new stadium versus the Ravens.

The stadium, will see its first game on Sunday for the early game as the Giants host the Carolina Panthers. It would have been better had the NFL scheduled the Cowboys to open the Giants new stadium on opening weekend, much like the Giants opened the Cowboys home stadium last year.

This year’s Thursday Thanksgiving Triple-Header includes Patriots at Lions (CBS), Saints at Cowboys (FOX) and Bengals at Jets (NFLN).

The final wrinkle added by the NFL this season is that all games played Week 17 will be divisional matchups. There will be plenty of games that weekend that will have playoff implications. Some of those matchups include, Titans at Colts, Cowboys at Eagles, Chargers at Broncos and Cardinals at 49ers.

The International Series game this year will be played on Sunday, October 31, 2010 at Wembley Stadium between the Broncos and the 49ers.

The schedule is set, now on to the NFL Draft!