Miami Dolphins schedule and results 2023: Dates, times, TV, opponents for Weeks 1-18

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The Miami Dolphins look to improve on their 9-8 2022 season, which ended in a close Wild Card loss to the Buffalo Bills. With concussion and injury concerns surrounding starting quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, how will the Dolphin’s rebound in the upcoming 2023 season? Now that the 18-week 2023 NFL schedule has been released, keep reading to see the Dolphins’ full schedule, including dates, times, opponents, primetime games and more.

Miami Dolphins schedule 2023 (all times Eastern) 

  • Week 1: 9/10 at Los Angeles Chargers, 4:25 PM, CBS
  • Week 2: 9/17 at New England Patriots, 8:20 PM, NBC
  • Week 3: 9/24 vs. Denver Broncos, 1:00 PM, CBS
  • Week 4: 10/1 at Buffalo Bills, 1:00 PM, CBS
  • Week 5: 10/8 vs. New York Giants, 1:00 PM, FOX
  • Week 6: 10/15 vs. Carolina Panthers, 1:00 PM, CBS
  • Week 7: 10/22 at Philadelphia Eagles, 8:20 PM, NBC
  • Week 8: 10/29 vs. New England Patriots, 1:00 PM, CBS
  • Week 9: 11/5 at Kansas City Chiefs (Germany), 9:30 AM, NFL Network
  • Week 10: BYE WEEK
  • Week 11: 11/19 vs. Las Vegas Raiders, 1:00 PM, CBS
  • Week 12: 11/24 at New York Jets (Friday), 3:00 PM, Amazon Prime Video
  • Week 13: 12/3 at Washington Commanders, 1:00 PM, FOX
  • Week 14: 12/11 vs. Tennessee Titans, 8:15 PM, ESPN
  • Week 15: 12/17 vs. New York Jets, 1:00 PM, CBS
  • Week 16: 12/24 vs. Dallas Cowboys, 4:25 PM, FOX
  • Week 17: 12/31 at Baltimore Ravens, 1:00 PM, CBS
  • Week 18: TBD vs. Buffalo Bills, TBD, TBD

Prime-time games 

  • Sunday Night Football: Week 2 vs. Patriots
  • Sunday Night Football: Week 7 vs. Eagles
  • Monday Night Football: Week 14 vs. Titans


Check out every teams’ 2023 NFL schedule below:



2 responses to “Miami Dolphins schedule and results 2023: Dates, times, TV, opponents for Weeks 1-18

  1. I have question for the PFT team – maybe a topic for discussion on the show. Iin 2022 the bills fans complained that the heat in miami gave the dolphins an unfair advantage, particularly due to the orientation of the stadium. Do you think this influenced the schedule makers to give the dolphins away fixtures for three of their first four games? Or just a coincidence?

  2. Ok, Absolute best case, Dolphins can go 6-3 before the bye and 7-1 after it, but an overall 10-7 and sneak into the playoffs as a non division winner behind the Bills I’d consider a success.

    Quite like waiting for the shine to come off before playing the Jets, having the Patriots early before the new players bed in is always better and playing the Ravens late enough that Lamar is probably out for the season by then is a bonus.

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