With the calendars finally revealed, the NFL will start its 2022 season from September 8th. The first week will feature 16 matchesof which, seven will be divisional matchups.
The action will start from The Angels when the ramscurrent champions, receive in the last venue of the Super Bowl to the buffalo bills in a perfect meeting to open the season with two teams that look like two of the favorites to take the glory on the gridirons.
You’re not gonna want to miss this one. 😏
— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) May 12, 2022
The Cincinnati Bengals, runners-up from last season, they will visit their divisional rivals, the Pittsburgh Steelerson Sunday September 11 headlining the second match of the season with a renewed rivalry with the steelmakers playing for the first time since 2004 without Ben Roethlisberger in their ranks behind their retreat in January.
The main duel on Sunday will have Tom Bradywho returns to the league after a month of retirement, and to Tampa Bay Buccaneers visiting the dallas cowboys. This meeting is the result of a calendar restructuring by the NFL from Brady’s comeback whose impact required rearranging some meetings.
Another rivalry that will not be long in coming will be that of minnesota vikings Y Green Bay Packers who will see their faces from the U.S. Bank Stadium at 2:35 in the afternoon in another attractive divisional duel.
those of Washington will premiere their name with their first season as the commanders after playing two seasons as the Washington Football Team due to a controversy with his former name, Red Skins of Washington. The Commanders will face the Jaguarswho have their new coach with Doug Petersonin the capital.
for the first monday night football of the season, the Denver Broncos they will travel to Seattle to face the Seahawkswho for the first time in 10 seasons will be without quarterback Russell Wilsonwho will be at the meeting but for the Broncos team in a long-awaited return after being shipped to Denver.
The rest of the meetings of the first week are:
New Orleans in Atlanta
Cleveland in Carolina
San Francisco in Chicago
Philly in Detroit
Indianapolis at Houston
New England in Miami
Baltimore at New York (Jets)
New York (Giants) at Tennessee
Kansas City in Arizona
Las Vegas in Los Angeles (Chargers)
(With information from ESPN)