New England Patriots schedule and results 2022: Dates, times, TV, opponents for Weeks 1-18 

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The 18-week 2022 NFL schedule has been released, and second-year quarterback Mac Jones will seek a second consecutive playoff appearance (the Patriots were eliminated in the Wild Card round with a blowout loss to the Bills in the 2021 season). Keep reading to see the Patriots’ full schedule including dates, times, opponents, primetime games and more. Coverage of the latest news from around the NFL is available all year round on PFT’s Peacock channel.

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Patriots schedule 2022 (all times Eastern) 

  • Week 1: 9/11 Dolphins 20, Patriots 7 [recap]
  • Week 2: 9/18 Patriots 17, Steelers 14 [recap]
  • Week 3: 9/25 Ravens 37, Patriots 26 [recap]
  • Week 4: 10/2 at Packers, 4:25 p.m., CBS
  • Week 5: 10/9 vs Lions, 1:00 p.m., FOX
  • Week 6: 10/16 at Browns, 1:00 p.m., CBS
  • Week 7: 10/24 vs Bears (Monday), 8:15 p.m., ESPN
  • Week 8: 10/30 at Jets, 1:00 p.m., CBS
  • Week 9: 11/6 vs Colts, 1:00 p.m., CBS
  • Week 10: BYE
  • Week 11: 11/20 vs Jets, 1:00 p.m., CBS
  • Week 12: 11/24 at Vikings (Thanksgiving), 8:20 p.m., NBC
  • Week 13: 12/1 vs Buffalo (Thursday), 8:15 p.m., Amazon Prime Video
  • Week 14: 12/12 at Cardinals (Monday), 8:15 p.m., ESPN
  • Week 15: 12/18 at Raiders (Sunday), 8:20 p.m., NBC
  • Week 16: 12/24 vs Bengals (Saturday), 1:00 p.m., CBS
  • Week 17: 1/1 vs Dolphins, 1:00 p.m., CBS
  • Week 18: 1/7 or 8, at Bills, TBD, TBD

Prime-time games

  • Monday Night Football: Week 7 vs Bears
  • Thanksgiving: Week 12 at Vikings on NBC
  • Thursday Night Football: Week 13 vs Bills
  • Monday Night Football: Week 14 at Cardinals
  • Sunday Night Football: Week 15 at Raiders

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Check out every teams’ 2022 NFL schedule below:

AFC: East (BUF | MIA | NE | NYJ), North (BAL | CIN | CLE | PIT), South (HOU | IND | JAX | IND), West (DEN | KC | LV | LAC)

NFC: East (DAL | NYG | PHI | WAS), North (CHI | DET | GB | MIN), South (ATL | CAR | NO | TB), West (ARILARSF | SEA)

7 responses to “New England Patriots schedule and results 2022: Dates, times, TV, opponents for Weeks 1-18 

  1. As a realistic Pats fan, it’s hard to see more than 8 wins on that schedule.

  2. 4 prime time games in a row. Can’t remember the last time that happened.

    I read one of the reasons was the team requested the Ari-LV back to back. Makes sense.

  3. I don’t think we know what this team will do so projecting win totals is speculative at best.. I suspect the offense will be improved. Special teams will be improved. The defense is the big question mark.

  4. Of course win totals are speculative. What else could they be until after the season. The Betting line in Vegas is 8.5. I thing projecting MJones and the offense will be better without SMason, JMcDaniels and inexperienced offensive coaches is a reach. Why would STs be better when Folk and Slater are getting old, they lost BKing and they’re begging for a new punter to beat out Bailey so they can dump his salary? The larger point is almost every team in the AFC improved a lot more than the Pats can hope for. And I don’t care if they haven’t seen the field yet, the Pats draft was trrrible. I’ll happily eat crow if I’m wrong.

  5. There are at least 10 wins on that schedule for the Patriots. Because of how they finished the season coming off the bye week with a rookie QB, people forget how good this team can be.

  6. Well at least the Dolphins can start their season right by getting an easy win down in Miami.

  7. patsfan4lifedynasty says:
    May 13, 2022 at 5:17 pm
    There are at least 10 wins on that schedule for the Patriots. Because of how they finished the season coming off the bye week with a rookie QB
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    Jones needs to show a lot of improvement this season for that to happen. If Jones is all that and I’d like to think he is then that will happen. I don’t think it’s too much to ask for a first round QB.

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