With the 2022 NFL regular season over, we now know every NFL team’s opponent for the 2023 campaign.
The regular season schedule for the 2021 and 2022 seasons was announced in the month of May, so it’ll presumably be four months until we get the dates and times for all the matchups. But we at least already know which matchups to circle on our calendars.
As usual, every team will play its three divisional opponents twice, once at home and once on the road. With the NFL’s scheduling rotation, we’ll see the following inner-conference division matchups: The NFC North vs. the NFC South, the NFC North West vs. the NFC East, the AFC West vs. the AFC East and the AFC North vs. AFC South.
In regards to NFC vs. AFC matchups, we’ll see the AFC West vs. the NFC North, the AFC North vs. the NFC West, the AFC East vs. the NFC East and the AFC South vs. the NFC South.
For the “17th” game format, we’ll see the same place finishers for the NFC West face the same place finisher of the AFC South, the same place finisher of the NFC South vs. the same place finisher of the AFC East, the same place finisher of the NFC East vs. the same place finisher of the AFC West and the same place finisher of the NFC North vs. the same place finisher of the AFC North.
Some of the top matchups to circle on your calendar include Patrick Mahomes’ Kansas City Chiefs vs. the Philadelphia Eagles, the Buffalo Bills vs. the Eagles and Dallas Cowboys, the Bills vs. the Chiefs, the Cincinnati Bengals vs. the San Francisco 49ers, the Cowboys vs. the New England Patriots (NFL ratings galore), the Chiefs vs. the Green Bay Packers (Patrick Mahomes vs. Aaron Rodgers for the first time, perhaps) and the 49ers vs. the Eagles.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.