2022 NFL schedule release: Buffalo Bills at Los Angeles Rams in season opener, Russell Wilson returns to face Seattle Seahawks, Christmas Day triple-header

The Buffalo Bills will visit the Los Angeles Rams in the 2022 season opener, the New York Giants will play the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day, the Green Bay Packers and the Miami Dolphins will kick off the triple blockbuster Christmas.

Josh Allen and the Super Bowl-chasing Buffalo Bills will head to the defending Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams in the opening game of the 2022 NFL season.

Non-retired Tom Brady leads the Tampa Bay Buccaneers against the Dallas Cowboys in the first Sunday night football game of the year before quarterback Russell Wilson returns to face the Seattle Seahawks, where he played 10 seasons, at that time. while the Denver Broncos meet Pete Carroll. parties at the opening of the Monday Night Football show.

Top fixtures on the NFL’s first Sunday roster include the Las Vegas Raiders vs. the Los Angeles Chargers in a repeat of last season’s tense regular-season final-deciding playoff final as the Kansas City Chiefs head to the meeting. with the Arizona Cardinals.

Thanksgiving traditionally starts with the Detroit Lions hosting the Bills before the New York Giants take on the Dallas Cowboys in an all-NFC East clash followed by the New England Patriots in the Minnesota Vikings.

Christmas boasts a mouth-watering triple play starting with the Green Bay Packers against the Miami Dolphins, continuing from the Broncos to the Rams, and ending with the Bucks to the Cardinals.

Thursday, September 8 Buffalo Bills @ Los Angeles Rams 1:20 am Friday
Sunday 11 September New Orleans Saints @ Atlanta Falcons 18:00
Cleveland Browns @ Carolina Panthers 18:00
San Francisco 49ers @ Chicago Bears 18:00
Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cincinnati Bengals 18:00
Philadelphia Eagles @ Detroit Lions 18:00
Indianapolis Colts @ Houston Texans 18:00
New England Patriots @ Miami Dolphins 18:00
Baltimore Ravens @ New York Jets 18:00
Jacksonville Jaguars @ Washington Commanders 18:00
Kansas City Chiefs @ Arizona Cardinals 21:25
Las Vegas Raiders @ Los Angeles Chargers 21:25
Green Bay Packers @ Minnesota Vikings 21:25
New York Giants @ Tennessee Titans 21:25
Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Dallas Cowboys 1:20 am Monday
Monday, September 12 Denver Broncos @ Seattle Seahawks 1:15 am Tuesday

A Super Bowl LV rematch awaits in Week 4 as the Chiefs take on the Bucks in Tampa before Andy Reed’s team hosts the Bills in Week 8, one of the most requested games on the calendar. exciting 2020 AFC Championship game and 2021 AFC Divisional Round game.

The schedule also includes already-announced International Series games, which will see the third round in London in October, followed by the Seahawks against the Bucks in the first game of the regular season in Germany, and the San Francisco 49ers against the Cardinals. in Mexico City.

The NFL regular season will end on Saturday, January 7 and Sunday, January 8, and for the third year in a row, 14 teams will advance to the postseason following its introduction in 2020.

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