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NFL games today: September 22
There is one NFL game today. The Week 3 NFL schedule opens up tonight with an AFC North rivalry tilt between Mitchell Trubisky and Pittsburgh Steelers facing Nick Chubb and the Cleveland Browns on “Thursday Night Football.”
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NFL schedule for Week 3
Sunday, September 25
Monday, September 26
NFL schedule for Week 4
Thursday, September 29
Sunday, October 2
Monday, October 3
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2022 NFL International Series
Sep 18, 2022; Denver, Colorado, USA; Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson (3) before the game against the Houston Texans at Empower Field at Mile High. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports
In 2022, the NFL will have five games take place outside the US. Three of those five will go down in London, England. The first matchup will see the Minnesota Vikings face the New Orleans Saints on Oct. 2. The New York Giants versus Green Bay Packers on Oct. 9, and finally, the Denver Broncos playing the Jacksonville Jaguars on Oct. 30.
The other two games will happen in Germany and Mexico, respectively. On November 13, the Seattle Seahawks will battle the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Munich. Then on Nov. 21, the San Francisco 49ers will face the Arizona Cardinals in Mexico City.
2022 Thursday Night Football schedule
Sunday Night Football schedule 2022
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Here is the Sunday Night Football schedule for the 2022 season. With Al Michaels now working for Amazon, the SNF broadcast team this season will by Mike Tirico and Cris Collinsworth, with Melissa Stark working as the sideline reporter,
2022 Monday Night Football schedule
Here is the Monday Night Football schedule for the 2022 season. This will be the first season for ESPN’s new MNF broadcasting tandem of Troy Aikman and Joe Buck. ESPN is also bringing back the ManningCast, investing more than $50 million into its two broadcasting duos.