In a little more than 24 hours, the 2019 National Football League schedule will see the light of day. Fans will have a chance to see when their teams are playing in addition to who their opponents will be and where they will be playing. The release of the schedule will be the biggest thing for football fans since Christmas Day.

Until the announcement is made on NFL Network Wednesday night at 8 p.m. Eastern, fans can only speculate what their schedule would look like. In the meanwhile, here’s a game you can play with your friends. Take your team’s opponents (both home and away) and try to figure out the schedule yourself. Keep in mind that the season starts the Thursday after Labor Day and we already know that da Bears and Packers will meet that Thursday night in the Windy City and there are 17 weeks in a season, which means you also have to input your team’s bye week.

Also take into consideration that there are 2 Monday night games in the opening weekend, three Thanksgiving games and at least two Saturday games late in the season. For each game you get correct, give yourself a point. Give yourself a point if you guess the Monday night game correctly and two points if you get your team’s bye week correct. There are going to be wrong answers but don’t beat yourself up. This is just for fun. Having said that, here’s what I think Atlanta’s schedule would look like.

What Atlanta’s 2019 NFL schedule might look like…

Week  1 at Arizona
Week  2 at San Francisco
Week  3 CAROLINA
Week  4 SEATTLE
Week  5 at Houston
Week  6 at New Orleans
Week  7 TENNESSEE (MONDAY)
Week  8 BYE
Week  9 LOS ANGELES RAMS (SUNDAY NIGHT)
Week 10 at Minnesota
Week 11 PHILADELPHIA
Week 12 at Tampa Bay
Week 13 JACKSONVILLE (THANKSGIVING NIGHT)
Week 14 at Carolina
Week 15 at Indianapolis
Week 16 NEW ORLEANS
Week 17 TAMPA BAY