2022 NFL Schedule Winners and Losers: Vikings, Eagles benefit, Falcons, Raiders get tough slates.

Display the calendar. Complete 2022 NFL Schedule Im here. at 1st week full of drama Monthly special holiday matchups from the 18-week regular season recap promise TV must-sees. But it’s safe to say that some teams are celebrating the long-awaited Thursday announcement more than others. Let’s take a look at the clearest winners and losers in the schedule announcement, and estimate which clubs benefited and suffered the most in game order.

Minnesota faces out the door other than A-Rod and Green Bay, hoping to see Aaron Rodgers and Packers reappear in NFC North as they adjust to life without Davante Adams, but at least they secure a home crowd for the week. 1. Weeks 3-6 before their goodbyes are tolerable. The Great Lions, the Saints of the Neutral London Fields, the Great Bear and the Dolphin. And after a tough mid-season, they kick off a friendly home stretch by hosting the Patriots on Thanksgiving. After a long week, the Jets and the Lions vs. From Giants, there are Bears. It smells like wildcard recipes.

And did you think their roster would ruin them? Fasten your seat belt. They have a brutal opening stretch. vs. Saints, Rams, Seahawks, vs. Browns, Buccaneers, vs. 49ers, Bengals. It’s not inconceivable that they could be 1-6 or 0-7 midway through Arthur Smith’s second season. Besides, they don’t get a buy until week 14. Whether you’re Marcus Mariota or Desmond Ridder under the center, it doesn’t get easier in the end. The last four of them: Saints, Ravens, Cardinals vs. Buccaneers vs. Buccaneers. If Baltimore and Tampa Bay are resting starting pitchers, there may be a saving grace. Even then… yikes.

They’re already set nicely with the NFC East schedule, but the start is very sweet. After visiting the Lions, they host the Vikings for their home debut in “Monday Night Football” (translation: Linc will be the juice). Go to prime time for Washington, v. Jaguar, Cardinals, v. Cowboys. It’s not hard to imagine a potential 4-2 opening. They have strong opponents out there but the last 5 game slates add promise. vs. Titans, Giants, Bears, Cowboys, vs. Saints, vs. Giants. A strong performance in the nearby NFC East region could lead them back to the playoffs in 2021.

Sorry for the rain at the Las Vegas Propaganda Parade, but just because Derek Carr and Davante Adams should be fun to watch this year doesn’t mean they can easily return to the postseason. Check out the start of the 5th game in Chargers v Cardinals, Titans, Broncos v Chiefs. It’s good that they have time to recover at week 6. LA and KC are electrical while Broncos and Titans can physically wear them out. Things get even more difficult when the NFL gets the prime time spotlight. From Week 11: Broncos, Seahawks, Vs. Chargers, Rams vs. Patriots, Steelers, Vs. 49ers, Vs. Chiefs in a short week. They recommend getting the MVP Derekka, not the late season Derekka, here!

Winner: Giants

Who knows if Brian Daboll can continue to win with Daniel Jones? But the schedule is at least giving the franchise a rebound. Four of the first six are off home, and during that time one out of two road games will be played at Neutral Fields in London. They play three consecutive home games. And after saying goodbye to week 9 in good standing, they get the Texas and Lions before a 7 game overtime that includes 5 division games. They could be the Eagles of 2022. A holdover young QB with a new attacking coach to take advantage of a weak schedule to surprise in the East.

Loser: Cardinals

Did you know that Kyler Murray and Kliff Kingsbury tend to start getting hot before they drop late? They may struggle to reach the mountain they will fall this year. Raiders vs. Rams vs. After the Chiefs, they still have three games without DeAndre Hopkins, two of which are on the road. Then, at Weeks 8-12, the Vikings, vs. Seahawks, Rams, vs. Got a short week in Mexico’s 49ers, vs Chargers. After the late 13th week, 3 of their last 4 are road games, 4 of their last 5 opponents are the Broncos, Buccaneers, 49ers and the Patriots. It doesn’t even mention their tight division competition.

Winner: Seahawks

Of course, Russell Wilson could return to Seattle in Week 1 to disrupt their year immediately, but they could benefit from an early reunion over the Broncos, who are still adjusting to their new QB. Their elite enemies are relatively scattered. They say goodbye after a trip to Germany. There they get the pirates at least on neutral fields. And 5 of the last 7 people collapse at home. Who knows who will be the Seahawks’ quarterback, but Pete Carroll could help them play spoilers. Losers:

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