Chiefs-Cardinals, Raiders-Chargers highlight Sunday afternoon schedule in Week 1

Los Angeles Chargers v Las Vegas Raiders
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The three biggest games of the league’s opening weekend all were previously reported: The Bills and Rams will kick off the 2022 NFL season with a Thursday Night Football game at SoFi Stadium; the Bucs will play at the Cowboys in the first Sunday Night Football game, which is a rematch of their season opener a year ago; and Russell Wilson returns to Seattle as the quarterback of the Broncos in the first Monday Night Football game of the year.

The NFL released the entire Week 1 schedule, and the rest of the opening weekend schedule features several intriguing matchups:

Sunday, Sept. 11, 1 p.m. window:

Saints at Falcons
Browns at Panthers
49ers at Bears
Steelers at Bengals
Eagles at Lions
Colts at Texans
Patriots at Dolphins
Ravens at Jets
Jaguars at Commanders

Sunday, Sept. 11, 4:25 p.m. window:
Chiefs at Cardinals
Raiders at Chargers
Packers at Vikings
Giants at Titans

7 responses to “Chiefs-Cardinals, Raiders-Chargers highlight Sunday afternoon schedule in Week 1

  1. Nice to see the Raiders back in another city that didn’t want them.

  2. 49’s to Solider Field two years in a row. We’ll get them this year.

  3. The Raiders don’t have home field advantage in Vegas or anywhere for that matter. I was there in October, there were more Bears fans there than Raiders fans and the Bears kicked the Raiders t33th in.

  4. Can you imagine the meltdown Denver fans will have when Drew Lock beats his former team? I guess it could be worse Geno beating the Donks would be priceless.

  5. 0-1 for the cheese eaters. Rodgers does not have to practice or prepare in camp anymore since he calls his own shots and Packer mgmt is too scared to say anything about it. Packers come out of the gate unprepaired again

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