NFL releasing schedule on Thursday

In three days all 32 teams in the league will know exactly who they will face and when in the next season

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Every single team in the NFL already knows who they are playing against in the 2023-24 season. But the league has announced the official date for everybody to know the order and the exact dates of every game. The NFL will be releasing the official schedule next Thursday, May 11.

Before that, the NFL will announce some other special games. On Wednesday, May 10, we will know the International Games, the Black Friday Game and some specific individual games. The rest, the complete schedule, will become public on the next day.

The NFL Network will cover the whole announcement of the schedule beginning at 8 PM (ET), which will break down the 2023 NFL regular season schedule. Meanwhile, the and the NFL app will provide a complete team-by-team and weekly schedule, listing the opponents, venues and times.

Among the most awaited games to be announced we have:

  • Season-opener game
  • All Thursday Night Football’s (TNF)
  • All Sunday Night Football’s (SNF)
  • All Monday Night Football’s (MNF)
  • Thanksgiving games
  • First-ever Friday Night Football (FNF) on Black Friday
  • All International games

Top Games in 2023

As mentioned, we already know who plays who next season and we only need to know where and when those games will take place. And here is a list of the best games of this season, for multiple reasons. Check them out.

  • Houston Texans @ Carolina Panthers – The two first picks in the last draft were QBs Bryce Young and C.J. Stroud. They will face each other in this game.
  • Cincinnati Bengals @ Jacksonville Jaguars – Joe Burrow vs. Trevor Lawrence
  • New England Patriots @ Las Vegas Raiders – Former Patriots Josh McDaniels and Jimmy Garoppolo will face their old team. McDaniels is now the Raiders’ HC and Jimmy G their QB.
  • Miami Dolphins @ Los Angeles Chargers – Tua Tagovailoa vs. Justin Herbert, both 2020 draft selections
  • Philadelphia Eagles @ New York Jets – Two great defenses and Jalen Hurts vs. Aaron Rodgers
  • Dallas Cowboys @ San Francisco 49ers – Last season’s Divisional Round rematch
  • New York Jets @ and vs. Buffalo Bills – Aaron Rodgers vs. Josh Allen twice in the season
  • Cincinnati Bengals @ Kansas City Chiefs – AFC Championship Game in 2021 and 2022. Each team made it to the Super Bowl once in those games. Joe Burrow seems the only one capable of stopping Patrick Mahomes
  • Philadelphia Eagles @ Kansas City Chiefs – Super Bowl LVII rematch. That’s it!
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