The 2023 NFL Regular Season schedule is slated to be released in its entirety on Thursday, May 11th at 8pm ET, but the NFL has started to announce some games the day before the big reveal.
The games which were released early consist of the league’s international series of games for 2023, and those prime time games which are falling on specific holidays.
Let’s get to the games which were announced already...
NFL international games for 2023 pic.twitter.com/dlFhr5ihiZ— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) May 10, 2023
The league’s international series will be as follows for the 2023 season:
- Week 4: Atlanta Falcons vs. Jacksonville Jaguars — Wembley Stadium
- Week 5: Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Buffalo Bills — Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
- Week 6: Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee Titans — Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
- Week 9: Miami Dolphins vs. Kansas City Chiefs — Frankfurt Stadium
- Week 10: Indianapolis Colts vs. New England Patriots — Frankfurt Stadium
This will be the first time in league history one team, the Jaguars, will have two games overseas in back-to-back weeks.
New Year’s Eve
Burrow vs. Mahomes Part V.— NFL (@NFL) May 10, 2023
Coming on New Year's Eve.
: 2023 NFL Schedule Release -- Thursday 8pm ET on @NFLNetwork pic.twitter.com/tKWK0bifVH
On New Year’s Even this year, you’ll see a game which has provided plenty of fireworks the past few seasons, and that is none other than the Cincinnati Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs going head-to-head at 4:25pm ET on CBS.
BLACK FRIDAY FOOTBALL— NFL (@NFL) May 10, 2023
It's @MiamiDolphins vs. @nyjets to kick off the first ever Black Friday game on @NFLonPrime.
: 2023 NFL Schedule Release -- Thursday 8pm ET on @NFLNetwork pic.twitter.com/yh3PhbqYH5
This is the first time the NFL has done a Black Friday game, and it will be an AFC East tilt between the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets. The game will be only on Amazon Prime.
Nothing like a NFC East rivalry on Christmas Day.— NFL (@NFL) May 10, 2023
: 2023 NFL Schedule Release -- Thursday 8pm ET on @NFLNetwork pic.twitter.com/9B1RUcp7Im
This year the NFL is reportedly going to have a triple header on Christmas Day. While they didn’t release all of the games being played on Christmas Day, they did announce one. That would be an NFC East grudge match between the New York Giants and the Philadelphia Eagles at 4:30pm ET.
The league could be announcing more games prior to the official reveal, so be sure to stay tuned to BTSC for the latest new this story, as well as all things Pittsburgh Steelers, as the NFL schedule release draws near.