The NFL announced this Thursday its schedule for the 2022 season, which will begin on September 8 and will end, in its regular phase, on January 7 and 8, 2023.
There will be 272 games over 18 weeks (with one bye for each of the 32 teams) and the opening game will be between the Rams and the Buffalo Bills at SO-Fi Stadium, the property where the 2021 season ended with the victory of the Los Angeles against Cincinnati in Super Bowl LVI.
Likewise, the first Sunday Night will be between the Dallas Cowboys and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at AT&T Stadium, home of the “Lone Star” team.
Week 1 will conclude on Monday, September 12 with the introduction of Russell Wilson, who, with the Denver Broncos, will travel to Seattle to face his former teammates, the Seahawks, a team in which the quarterback played 10 years and played and played two Super Bowls.
The game to be held in Mexico, between Arizona and San Francisco will be part of Week 11 and, as announced, will be on Monday night, November 21.
Three days later will be the traditional Thanksgiving Day that will feature the games of Buffalo in Detroit, NY Giants in Dallas and New England Patriots against the Vikings.
There will be a lot of activity during the holidays, since on the 24th there will be 11 games and on the 25th, at Christmas, there will be three games: Green Bay in Miami, Denver in the LA Rams and Tampa Bay in Arizona.