Tonight at 8 p.m. ET, the NFL will unveil its 2022 regular season schedule. This is the most active NFL offseason ever. The NFL schedule release has become a must-see event for football fans who are counting down the days until training camp begins, unlike most other sporting events.
Recently, the National Football League (NFL) unveiled its foreign schedule for the 2019 season. During the international section of the schedule, the Vikings and Saints will meet in Week 4, the Packers and Giants will meet in Week 5, and the Broncos and Jaguars will face off in Week 8.
In Week 10, the Seahawks and Buccaneers will play in Germany for the first time. The 49ers vs. Cardinals game in Mexico City on Monday night will be the only international prime time game in Week 11.
Additionally, we got an early glimpse at upcoming games, including a “Monday Night Football” doubleheader featuring the defending champions and another historic rivalry that will be revived in November on CBS.
Everything you need to know about the NFL’s 2022 schedule has been revealed here.
How to watch
Date: Thursday, May 12 | Time: 8 p.m. ET
TV: NFL Network, ESPN2 | Simulcast streamed on Paramount+
Schedule Release ’22, presented by Verizon, breaks down the 2022 NFL regular season schedule, division by division, examining the best matchups and primetime games, and will be the centerpiece of NFL Networks’ coverage. Ticket sales for individual games will begin when they are announced.
The NFL Network, NFL.com, and the NFL app are all ways to watch. GameDay View: The NFL At 8 p.m. (ET) that night, the Schedule Release will be available on Paramount+, NFL.com, YouTube, and the NFL Channel.
You’ll get a 25% discount at the NFL Shop and a chance to win one of three pairs of Super Bowl LVII tickets if you buy tickets through the NFL ticketing network (Ticketmaster, StubHub, or SeatGeek) within 48 hours.
On Thursday, May 12, at 8:00 p.m. ET, the full 2022 NFL schedule will be unveiled on NFL Network, NFL.com, and the NFL app. View from the Sidelines: Schedule Release will be streamed live on Paramount+, NFL.com, the NFL app, YouTube, and the NFL Channel at 8 p.m. (ET) on Thursday, September 6.
In January, the league announced each team’s 2022 opponent. Discover who your favorite team will be facing this season by clicking on the link provided above. For the opening game of the NFL season, it will be interesting to watch who faces the defending champion Rams.
Our very own John Breech came up with a short list of his top five picks for the opening night opponent for the Los Angeles Lakers. Breech’s top pick, the Dallas Cowboys, took part in last year’s season opener versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as a visiting team.
Dak Prescott threw for 403 yards and three touchdowns in Dallas’ 31-29 loss, but the Cowboys still lost a close game.
For the second year in a row, NFL teams will play a 17-game regular-season schedule. Between Weeks 6 and 14, each team will have a bye week. There will be nine home games for half of the league’s 32 teams, and nine away games for the other half.
NFL playoffs will include 14 teams this year, seven from each conference, for the third year in a row. Only the top seed in each conference will get a first-round bye in the postseason. Since the NFL expanded its playoff field in 2020, no No. 1 seed has won a Super Bowl. The first time two No. 4 seeds (the Bengals and the Rams) met in the Super Bowl was last year.
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