As Hank Williams Jr. would say, are you ready for some football? Us too. The 103rd NFL season is underway. The regular season starts on September 8 with Super Bowl LVII going down on February 12, 2023.
Let’s get prepared for the 2022-2023 NFL season with full football schedules, NFL team pages, information on how to watch and get answers to your top questions.
Look no further, football fans. You have found the perfect place to find what NFL games are on tonight as well as where you can look ahead at the NFL playoff schedule and everything in between.
How To Watch NFL Games?
Never be left wondering what channel the NFL game is on tonight. These are the networks that broadcast your favorite games.
REGIONAL SPORTS LINEUP (only available in some areas)
FOX SPORTS 1 – DIRECTV 219
NFL Network – DIRECTV 212
Fox Deportes – DIRECTV 465
ESPN Deportes – DIRECTV 466
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There are 32 NFL teams split between two conferences: American Football Conference (AFC) and the National Football Conference (NFC). Within each conference, there are four divisions each, North, South, East and West. Click on the team names below to see individual team football schedules, how to watch and more.
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NFL Top Questions
All the questions you’ve always wondered about the NFL and football in general.
When does the NFL schedule come out?
The full NFL schedule was released on May 12 and includes the NFL preseason schedule.
When does the NFL season start?
The NFL regular season starts on September 8 with the Los Angeles Rams facing the Buffalo Bills at SoFi Stadium. The NFL preseason schedule kicks off on August 4.
How many games in NFL season?
The NFL regular season is usually 272 games. That is 17 games for each of the 32 NFL teams over 18 weeks.
What is the NFL schedule for today?
Find your team’s schedule by clicking on their name above or scroll up to see full NFL schedules.
What is the NFL playoff schedule?
The NFL playoffs will start in January 2023 with the Super Bowl LVII taking place on February 12, 2023 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
- Wild-card rounds: Jan. 14-16, 2023
- Divisional playoffs: Jan. 21-22, 2023
- AFC-NFC Conference championships: Jan. 29, 2023
- Pro Bowl: February 5, 2023
- Super Bowl LVII: Feb. 12, 2023
When is the first NFL game?
The first NFL game of the regular season will be played on September 8.
Who has the hardest NFL schedule?
To determine whether an NFL team has a hard schedule depends on numerous factors (and also changes based on who you ask). Using records, stats and player knowledge, it’s best left to the experts to decide who has the hardest and easiest schedules. According to NBC sports, the top five hardest schedules are as follows:
- Rams: 164-125 (.567)
- Cardinals: 157-132 (.543)
- Bengals: 154-133-2 (.536)
- Buccaneers: 154-134-1 (.535)
What NFL team has the weakest schedule?
According to the experts at NBC sports using records, stats and historical knowledge the five easiest schedules are as follows:
- Commanders: 133-155-1 (.0462)
- Cowboys: 133-155-1 (.462)
- Eagles: 133-154-2 (.464)
- Giants: 134-154-1 (.465)
- Lions: 135-154 (.467)
How are NFL schedules determined?
For those asking themselves how do NFL schedules work? It’s a very thoughtful process. The way the NFL creates the schedules is determined by many factors and is not a simple process.
Each of the 32 teams either hosts nine regular season games and one preseason game or eight regular season games and two preseason games. Here are how opponents are determined:
- Divisional opponents (six games): Two games per team, one home and one away against other teams in division.
- Conference opponents (four games): Two games home, two away against another division within conference.
- Opposing conference opponents (four games): Two home, two away against a division within the other conference.
- Conference matchup (two games): One home, one away against two remaining divisions of own conference based on previous season division ranking.
- The 17th game is against a non-conference opponent from a division that the team is not scheduled to play.
How to stream NFL games?
To access the most in-market and some out of market games, the best way to stream NFL games is with DIRECTV STREAM.
How to watch NFL games for free?
You can access in-market NFL games on local networks. But true fans want to watch as many games as possible. Look into NFL Sunday Ticket to make sure you don’t miss a second of the action.
What is NFL Sunday Ticket?
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How to watch all NFL games?
To watch the most NFL games possible, check out these football packages.
Why can’t I watch my NFL game?
Some regions and networks are affected by blackouts, which may mean you can’t watch your game. Learn more about sports blackouts.
How to get NFL Redzone?
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How to get NFL Sunday Ticket?
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How long are NFL games?
Although there is 60 minutes on the NFL time clock, with four 15-minute quarters, most NFL games last about three hours.
How long is a football field?
A football field is 100 yards long and is often used as an American measuring system.
Who won the 2021 Super Bowl?
Los Angeles Rams
What channel is Monday Night Football on?
Most of the Monday Night Football games are broadcast on ESPN, but sometimes also ABC. Here’s the full Monday Night Football schedule:
WEEK 1 – Sept. 12 – Broncos at Seahawks – ESPN/ABC
WEEK 2 – Sept. 19 – Titans at Bills – ESPN
– Sept. 19 – Vikings at Eagles – ABC
WEEK 3 – Sept. 26 – Cowboys at Giants – ESPN/ABC
WEEK 4 – Oct. 03 – Rams at 49ers – ESPN/ABC
WEEK 5 – Oct. 10 – Raiders at Chiefs – ESPN
WEEK 6 – Oct. 17 – Broncos at Chargers – ESPN
WEEK 7 – Oct. 24 – Bears at Patriots – ESPN
WEEK 8 – Oct. 31 – Bengals at Browns – ESPN
WEEK 9 – Nov. 7 – Ravens at Saints – ESPN
WEEK 10 – Nov. 14 – Commanders at Eagles – ESPN
WEEK 11 – Nov. 21 – 49ers at Cardinals – ESPN
WEEK 12 – Nov. 28 – Steelers at Colts – ESPN
WEEK 13 – Dec. 5 – Saints at Buccaneers – ESPN
WEEK 14 – Dec. 12 – Patriots at Cardinals – ESPN
WEEK 15 – Dec. 19 – Rams at Packers – ESPN/ABC
WEEK 16 – Dec. 26 – Chargers at Colts – ESPN
WEEK 17 – Jan. 2 – Bills at Bengals – ESPN/ABC
Is there Thursday Night Football tonight?
Find all your favorite Thursday Night Football games for tonight or any Thursday night below.
Week 2 – Sept. 15 – Los Angeles Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs
Week 3 – Sept. 22 – Steelers at Browns
Week 4 – Sept. 29 – Dolphins at Bengals
Week 5 – Oct. 6 – Colts at Broncos
Week 6 – Oct. 13 – Commanders at Bears
Week 7– Oct. 20 – Saints at Cardinals
Week 8 – Oct. 27– Ravens at Buccaneers
Week 9 – Nov. 3 – Eagles at Texans
Week 10 – Nov. 10 – Falcons at Panthers
Week 11– Nov. 17 – Titans at Packers
Week 13 – Dec. 1 – Bills at Patriots
Week 14 – Dec. 8 – Raiders at Rams
Week 15 – Dec. 15 – 49ers at Seahawks
Week 16 – Dec. 22 – Jaguars at Jets
Week 17 – Dec. 29 – Cowboys at Titans
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