When NFL Football 2022, Start time, Schedule, Live Stream, TV Channel Info

0
1

The National Football League is a professional American football league that consists of 32 teams, divided equally between the American Football Conference and the National Football Conference.

Whether you like professional NFL Football 2022, or college sports, one of these services have you covered. Let’s kickoff, jump ball, and serve into this!

Founded: September 17, 1920, Canton, Ohio, United States fans should respectively check out our roundups of the best NFL Football 2022 streaming services, the best NFL Football 2022 streaming services, and the best NFL Football 2022 streaming services for all the details on streaming these sports without cable. Locust used to be a top option for many sports fans because it offered access to local broadcast channels on the cheap, but that service has suspended operations.

 

AFC East

Buffalo: Can Von Miller solve Buffalo’s only big issue?

GM Brandon Beane addressed pass-rush in the ’20 and ’21 draft with A.J. Epenesa, Greg Rousseau and Boogie Basham, but the three combined for only eight sacks last year. Now Miller comes in to turbocharge the rush from the right side. You can read more higher in the column.

 

AFC North

Baltimore: Can the Ravens get back to normal after a weird year?

Few playoff contenders have more questions entering camp. Reliable receiver Marquise Brown was dealt to Arizona (in effect for rookie center Tyler Linderbaum), so replacing his 91 catches is an issue. Lamar Jackson’s contract thing hovers over the team. A jillion players returning from injury—most importantly Marcus Peters, Marlon Humphrey and J.K. Dobbins—cloud the forecast. Very big summer in Owings Mills.

AFC South

Houston: Is Davis Mills “The (Long-Term) Man?”

Before you say, “Oh, stop,” consider that Mills, in his last five games last year, had a passer rating over 100, completed 68.4 percent, and had a 9-to-2 TD-to-pick ratio. The schedule (Colts, Bears, Jags in the first five weeks) gives Mills a chance to build some momentum early.

AFC West

Denver: Will Randy Gregory and Bradley Chubb be worth the investment?

Of course this is the Summer of Russell (Wilson) in Colorado. But we all know he’ll be fine and productive. I say the bigger question mark in camp is honing a pass rush to threaten Patrick Mahomes, Derek Carr and Justin Herbert in a QB-heavy division. Gregory is coming off rotator cuff surgery in March, and Chubb, the fifth overall pick in 2018, hasn’t justified his draft stock after missing 24 games in four seasons. Big summer for them.

NFC East

Dallas: Can Micah Parsons be cloned?

When your offence averages four touchdowns a game over two years (Dallas is scoring at a 28-points-per-game clip since opening day 2020), and the record is only 18-16, there’s a major issue to be solved. Defensive coordinator Dan Quinn’s got to solve it. Will he use Parsons, reigning Defensive Rookie of the Year after a 13-sack season, as a puzzle piece all over the front? Can he get one more strong season out of DeMarcus Lawrence (only 14.5 sacks in his last 39 games). It’s clear Dallas needs another impact player, or three, on defence.

NFC North

Chicago: Ready for massive reconstruction?

It’s good to have the quarterback of the future in-house (presumably). But major change rules the franchise, led by coach Matt Eberflus and GM Ryan Poles. Offensive coordinator Luke Getsy’s a major factor in his first year as an OC, maybe the most important of the newbies because he’ll be charged with growing the game of the vital Fields. A good sign will be quicker decision-making by Fields, sacked on a league-high 11.7 percent of his drops last year.

NFC South

Atlanta: Can the Falcons not be downtrodden?

Stark headline on the Atlanta Journal-Constitution website: “There’s no bright side on eve of training camp.” Well, yikes. This is a year to get the cap right, adjust to post-Matt Ryan life, and see if Marcus Mariota is worth keeping around, or if Desmond Ridder has real promise. A good goal for the camp would be to see how quickly Ridder can be ready to take an early screen test.

 

NFC West

Arizona: Can the energy of Kyler cure all ills?

With significant contributors Chase Edmunds, Chandler Jones and Christian Kirk all allowed to walk in free agency, two things are obvious entering camp: Arizona needed money to afford the Murray megadeal, and the Cards might need to score 28 a game to have a playoff shot. Oh, and if James Conner stays healthy, he’s got an outside shot to win the rushing title. Finding a defensive playmaker or two will be a big priority this summer.

 

NFL Preseason Schedule – 2022

Thursday, 4 August

MATCHUP TIME NAT TV LOCATION

Jacksonville

Las Vegas

6:00 AM Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, Canton

Thursday, 11 August

MATCHUP TIME NAT TV LOCATION

New York

New England

5:00 AM Gillette Stadium, Foxboro

Tennessee

Baltimore

5:30 AM M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore

Friday, 12 August

MATCHUP TIME NAT TV LOCATION

Atlanta

Detroit

4:00 AM Ford Field, Detroit

Cleveland

Jacksonville

5:00 AM TIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville

Arizona

Cincinnati

5:30 AM Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati

New York

Philadelphia

5:30 AM Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia

Green Bay

San Francisco

6:30 AM Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara

Saturday, 13 August

MATCHUP TIME NAT TV LOCATION

Kansas City

Chicago

11:00 PM Soldier Field, Chicago

Carolina

Washington

11:00 PM FedExField, Landover

Indianapolis

Buffalo

2:00 AM Highmark Stadium, Orchard Park

Seattle

Pittsburgh

5:00 AM Acrisure Stadium, Pittsburgh

Miami

Tampa Bay

5:30 AM Raymond James Stadium, Tampa

New Orleans

Houston

6:00 AM NRG Stadium, Houston

Dallas

Denver

7:00 AM Empower Field at Mile High, Denver

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

8:00 AM SoFi Stadium, Inglewood

Sunday, 14 August

MATCHUP TIME NAT TV LOCATION

Minnesota

Las Vegas

2:25 AM Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas

 

Thursday, 18 August

MATCHUP TIME NAT TV LOCATION

Chicago

Seattle

6:00 AM Lumen Field, Seattle

Friday, 19 August

MATCHUP TIME NAT TV LOCATION

Carolina

New England

5:00 AM Gillette Stadium, Foxboro

New Orleans

Green Bay

6:00 AM Lambeau Field, Green Bay

Houston

Los Angeles

8:00 AM Tickets as low as $6 SoFi Stadium, Inglewood

Saturday, 20 August

MATCHUP TIME NAT TV LOCATION

Denver

Buffalo

11:00 PM Highmark Stadium, Orchard Park

Detroit

Indianapolis

11:00 PM Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis

Washington

Kansas City

2:00 AM GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City

Tampa Bay

Tennessee

5:00 AM Nissan Stadium, Nashville

Las Vegas

Miami

5:00 AM Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens

San Francisco

Minnesota

5:00 AM U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis

Pittsburgh

Jacksonville

5:00 AM TIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville

Dallas

Los Angeles

8:00 AM SoFi Stadium, Inglewood

Sunday, 21 August

MATCHUP TIME NAT TV LOCATION

Philadelphia

Cleveland

11:00 PM FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland

Cincinnati

New York

5:00 AM MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford

Baltimore

Arizona

6:00 AM State Farm Stadium, Glendale

Monday, 22 August

MATCHUP TIME NAT TV LOCATION

Atlanta

New York

6:00 AM MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford

Thursday, 25 August

MATCHUP TIME NAT TV LOCATION

Green Bay

Kansas City

6:00 AM GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City

San Francisco

Houston

6:15 AM NRG Stadium, Houston

Friday, 26 August

MATCHUP TIME NAT TV LOCATION

Buffalo

Carolina

5:00 AM Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte

Seattle

Dallas

6:00 AM AT&T Stadium, Arlington

Los Angeles

New Orleans

6:00 AM Caesars Superdome, New Orleans

New England

Las Vegas

6:15 AM Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas

Saturday, 27 August

MATCHUP TIME NAT TV LOCATION

Jacksonville

Atlanta

1:00 AM Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta

Los Angeles

Cincinnati

4:00 AM Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati

Chicago

Cleveland

5:00 AM FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland

Arizona

Tennessee

5:00 AM Nissan Stadium, Nashville

Philadelphia

Miami

5:00 AM Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens

Washington

Baltimore

5:00 AM M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore

Tampa Bay

Indianapolis

5:30 AM Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis

Minnesota

Denver

7:00 AM Empower Field at Mile High, Denver

Sunday, 28 August

MATCHUP TIME NAT TV LOCATION

New York

New York

11:00 PM MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford

Detroit

Pittsburgh

2:30 AM Acrisure Stadium, Pittsburgh

 

Thursday, 8 September

MATCHUP TIME LOCATION

Buffalo

Los Angeles

6:20 AM SoFi Stadium, Inglewood

Sunday, 11 September

MATCHUP TIME NAT TV LOCATION

New Orleans

Atlanta

11:00 PM Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta

San Francisco

Chicago

11:00 PM Soldier Field, Chicago

Pittsburgh

Cincinnati

11:00 PM Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati

Philadelphia

Detroit

11:00 PM Ford Field, Detroit

New England

Miami

11:00 PM Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens

Baltimore

New York

11:00 PM MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford

Jacksonville

Washington

11:00 PM FedExField, Landover

Cleveland

Carolina

11:00 PM Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte

Indianapolis

Houston

11:00 PM NRG Stadium, Houston

New York

Tennessee

2:25 AM Nissan Stadium, Nashville

Green Bay

Minnesota

2:25 AM U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis

Kansas City

Arizona

2:25 AM State Farm Stadium, Glendale

Las Vegas

Los Angeles

2:25 AM SoFi Stadium, Inglewood

Tampa Bay

Dallas

6:20 AM AT&T Stadium, Arlington

Monday, 12 September

MATCHUP TIME NAT TV LOCATION

Denver

Seattle

6:15 AM Lumen Field, Seattle

Thursday, 15 September

MATCHUP TIME LOCATION

Los Angeles

Kansas City

6:15 AM GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City

Sunday, 18 September

MATCHUP TIME NAT TV LOCATION

New York

Cleveland

11:00 PM FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland

Washington

Detroit

11:00 PM Ford Field, Detroit

Tampa Bay

New Orleans

11:00 PM Caesars Superdome, New Orleans

Carolina

New York

11:00 PM MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford

New England

Pittsburgh

11:00 PM Acrisure Stadium, Pittsburgh

Indianapolis

Jacksonville

11:00 PM TIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville

Miami

Baltimore

11:00 PM M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore

Atlanta

Los Angeles

2:05 AM SoFi Stadium, Inglewood

Seattle

San Francisco

2:05 AM Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara

Cincinnati

Dallas

2:25 AM AT&T Stadium, Arlington

Houston

Denver

2:25 AM Empower Field at Mile High, Denver

Arizona

Las Vegas

2:25 AM Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas

Chicago

Green Bay

6:20 AM Lambeau Field, Green Bay

Monday, 19 September

MATCHUP TIME LOCATION

Tennessee

Buffalo

5:15 AM Highmark Stadium, Orchard Park

Minnesota

Philadelphia

6:30 AM Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia

Thursday, 15 September

MATCHUP TIME LOCATION

Los Angeles

Kansas City

6:15 AM GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City

Sunday, 18 September

MATCHUP TIME NAT TV LOCATION

New York

Cleveland

11:00 PM FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland

Washington

Detroit

11:00 PM Ford Field, Detroit

Tampa Bay

New Orleans

11:00 PM Caesars Superdome, New Orleans

Carolina

New York

11:00 PM MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford

New England

Pittsburgh

11:00 PM Acrisure Stadium, Pittsburgh

Indianapolis

Jacksonville

11:00 PM TIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville

Miami

Baltimore

11:00 PM M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore

Atlanta

Los Angeles

2:05 AM SoFi Stadium, Inglewood

Seattle

San Francisco

2:05 AM Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara

Cincinnati

Dallas

2:25 AM AT&T Stadium, Arlington

Houston

Denver

2:25 AM Empower Field at Mile High, Denver

Arizona

Las Vegas

2:25 AM Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas

Chicago

Green Bay

6:20 AM Lambeau Field, Green Bay

Monday, 19 September

MATCHUP TIME NAT TV LOCATION

Tennessee

Buffalo

5:15 AM Highmark Stadium, Orchard Park

Minnesota

Philadelphia

6:30 AM Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia

NFL FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING 101

  • Begins Sunday of Week 5

  • In effect during Weeks 5-18

  • Up to 2 games may be flexed into Sunday Night between Weeks 5-10

  • Only Sunday afternoon games are subject to being moved into the Sunday night window.

  • The game that has been tentatively scheduled for Sunday night during flex weeks will be listed at 8:15 p.m. ET.

  • The majority of games on Sundays will be listed at 1:00 p.m. ET during flex weeks except for games played in Pacific or Mountain Time zones which will be listed at 4:05 or 4:15 p.m. ET.

  • No impact on Thursday, or Monday night games.

  • The NFL will decide (after consultation with CBS, FOX, NBC) and announce as early as possible the game being played at 8:15 p.m. ET. The announcement will come no later than 12 days prior to the game. The NFL may also announce games moving to 4:05 p.m. ET and 4:25 p.m. ET.

  • Week 18 start time changes could be decided on 6 days notice to ensure a game with playoff implications.

  • The NBC Sunday night time slot in “flex” weeks will list the game that has been tentatively scheduled for Sunday night.

  • Fans and ticket holders must be aware that NFL games in flex weeks are subject to change 12 days in advance (6 days in Week 18) and should plan accordingly.

  • NFL schedules all games.

  • Teams will be informed as soon as they are no longer under consideration or eligible for a move to Sunday night.