NFL Schedule: All set for the 2022 season

The NFL released the complete schedule for the 2022 season, which is loaded with excitement, in addition to an explosive kickoff featuring the clash between the Buffalo Bills and the reigning champions, the Los Angeles Rams.

All 32 franchises are dreaming of having a spectacular campaign, some with greater possibilities, as they have squads full of stars and others with the illusion of signing a year with a winning record.

Among the highlights is the return of Tom Brady, after announcing his retirement and coming out of retirement between one season and another, as well as the first-ever game in Germany.

The season will kick off next Thursday, September 8, and will end on February 12, 2023, with the celebration of Super Bowl LVII, which will be played at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

Explosive kickoff

A simply explosive start will be the one the NFL will have in the 2022 season when in the opening game, the Bills will go to SoFi Stadium to visit the Los Angeles Rams, UEFA champions of the league.

Duel of legends

Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers will have one more showdown in Week 3 when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers do the honors against the Green Bay Packers at Raymond James Stadium. This matchup could be the last clash between the two quarterbacks in their careers.

Tom Brady vs Patrick Mahomes

Week 4 will bring one of the most anticipated matchups, between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs. Yes, Tom Brady vs Patrick Mahomes.

The all-time winningest quarterback did not resist retirement and will be back for this season, where Mahomes will have to cross paths with him again.

Week 6 matchup

One of the most anticipated games of the 2022 season will be the Buffalo Bills vs. the Kansas City Chiefs.

The last time they faced each other was in the divisional round, where they offered a great game that Mahomes’ team won 36-42 in overtime.

Germany is invaded

For the first time in history, the NFL will have a regular season game in Germany, when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Seattle Seahawks meet on November 13 at the Allianz Arena in Munich, home of Bayern Munich.

NFL returns to Mexico

After a three-year absence, Mexico is back on the NFL schedule and in Week 11, Estadio Azteca will dress up for the game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Arizona Cardinals on November 21, 2022. Twitter 


Week 12 will host the traditional Thanksgiving games right on November 24 with the games between Bills vs Lions, Giants vs Cowboys, and Patriots vs Chargers.

A rematch?

The Cincinnati Bengals, reigning American Conference champions, will replay last year’s conference final against the Chiefs in week 13 of the season.

On that occasion, the Bengals came back from an 18-point deficit to seal their passage to Super Bowl LVI in overtime.

Thursday Night Football

Here are all the games that will be played on Thursday throughout the season:

Week 1: Bills vs Rams
Week 2: Chargers vs Chiefs
Week 3: Steelers vs Browns
Week 4: Dolphins vs Bengals
Week 5: Colts vs Broncos
Week 6: Washington vs Bears
Week 7: Saints vs Cardinals
Week 8: Ravens vs Buccaneers
Week 9: Eagles vs Texans
Week 10: Falcons vs Panthers
Week 11: Titans vs Packers
Week 12: Patriots vs Vikings
Week 13: Bills vs Patriots
Week 14: Raiders vs Rams
Week 15: 49ers vs Seattle
Week 16: Jaguars vs Jets
Week 17: Cowboys vs Titans

Sunday Night Football
Here are all the games that will be played on Sunday night:

Week 1: Buccaneers vs Cowboys
Week 2: Bears vs Packers
Week 3: 49ers vs Broncos
Week 4: Chiefs vs Buccaneers
Week 5: Bengals vs Ravens
Week 6: Cowboys vs Eagles
Week 7: Steelers vs Dolphins
Week 8: Packers vs Bills
Week 9: Titans vs Chiefs
Week 10: Chargers vs 49ers
Week 11: Bengals vs Steelers
Week 12: Packers vs Eagles
Week 13: Colts vs Cowboys
Week 14: Chiefs vs Broncos
Week 15: Patriots vs Raiders
Week 16: Buccaneers vs Cardinals
Week 17: Rams vs Chargers

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