Live 2022 NFL Schedule Release Updates: Week 1, Leaks, Time, Stream & Team-by-Team Matchup Tracker


Bills at Rams, 8:20 p.m. ET Sept. 8, NBC: What an opening Thursday night. The Rams could be even better than last season, and they’re raising the banner in front of a Bills team that once again has a huge Super Bowl shot.

Raiders at Chargers, 4:25 p.m. ET Sept. 11, CBS: Since ending the regular season with one of the Game of the Year, the Raiders and Chargers have significantly improved their rosters to claim the AFC West title. The match between Davante Adams and JC Jackson will present a first look at the teams’ biggest financial investments.

Chiefs at Cardinals, 4:25 p.m. ET Sept. 11, CBS: Both teams are in very competitive divisions and will need good starts, but the Chiefs (Tyreek Hill) and Cardinals (Chandler Jones; DeAndre Hopkins, suspended) will do without some of their biggest stars from a year ago. season.

Bucs at the Cowboys, 8:20 p.m. ET Sept. 11, NBC: These teams opened the 2021 season with an epic prime-time battle and have a chance to do it again on Sunday Night Football. Tom Brady, who briefly retired this offseason, will be playing, you may have heard of him.

Broncos at Seahawks, 8:20 p.m. ET Sept. 12, ESPN/ABC: Russell Wilson returns to Seattle for Monday Night Football. It’s a mismatch on paper, with the Broncos feeling like they’re one quarterback away from the Super Bowl, but it’s still one of the biggest storylines of Week 1.

Browns at Panthers, 1 p.m. ET Sept. 11, CBS: Deshaun Watson will make his first start for the Browns if he avoids a suspension. Will Baker Mayfield start for the Panthers? Carolina has not ruled out acquiring Mayfield if the Browns agree to a sufficient portion of his contract.

49ers at Bears, 1 p.m. ET Sept. 11, FOX: Two of the 2021 draft QB superstars, Trey Lance and Justin Fields, could start against each other for the first time.

Steelers at Bengals, 1 p.m. ET Sept. 11, CBS: The defending AFC champions have built a better roster, especially on the offensive line, but they’re a young squad that needs to prove they can ride out a Super Bowl hangover. The Steelers will play their first game of the post-Ben Roethlisberger era. Will they start Mitch Trubisky or Kenny Pickett?

Patriots at Dolphins, 1 p.m. ET Sept. 11, CBS: With the Bills as heavy favorites to win the AFC East, the Patriots and Dolphins are expected to battle for second place in the division, so there’s early momentum at play. How Bill Belichick’s much younger defense will fight- Does Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle?

Ravens at Jets, 1 p.m. ET Sept. 11, CBS: It’s a good sneaky game. Lamar Jackson’s contract will continue to be one of the biggest storylines in the league until it’s resolved, and the Jets have had another solid offseason. If Zach Wilson takes a big leap — a big if, of course — the Jets could be one of the most improved teams in the NFL.


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