What are the most unmissable matches of the 2022 season? NFL writer James Simpson picks the 20 best games…since the start of the season between the Buffalo Bills and Los Angeles Rams. watch live on Sky Sports NFL, Friday at 1:20 p.m.
The start of the NFL season is almost upon us, with a delicious matchup kicking off Thursday night between the defending Super Bowl champions Los Angeles Rams and the Buffalo Bills, but what other games are they making for a fight? unmissable in 2022?
The games featured on this list are the ones you won’t want to miss, and we’ll kick things off with a collection of week one classics to kick off the season in style…
Buffalo Bills at Los Angeles Rams – Friday, 1:20 a.m.
San Francisco 49ers at the Chicago Bears – Sunday, 18:00
Cleveland Browns at Carolina Panthers – Sunday, 18:00
Denver Broncos-Seattle Seahawks. – Tuesday, 1:15
The list of tempting connections here is long. First of all, each the game is exciting as we get to see each team for the first time and what they have accomplished over the summer. However, there are some clear differences.
It will be exciting as the Josh Allen Bills take on the Super Bowl champions in Los Angeles to kick off the season. A lot of people thought this would and should have been a matchup in Super Bowl LVI and that the Bills would certainly have something to prove.
September 9, 2022, 1:10 a.m.
Russell Wilson’s first game with the Denver Broncos will be in Seattle against a team he’s trusted for 10 years, and you can bet he’ll want to show the Seahawks what they’re missing. Baker Mayfield only spent four years in Cleveland, but he too begins his career as a Panther against his former team with a chip on his shoulder.
Don’t miss the game in Chicago. Trey Lance, 3rd overall pick in 2021 vs. Justin Fields, 11th overall pick in 2021 could be a sophomore battle. Expectations are high for both of them, and for good reason.
Green Bay Packers to Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Sunday, September 25, 9:25 p.m.
Despite their age and longevity in the league, Aaron Rodgers (age 38, season 18) and Tom Brady (age 45, season 23) have only met four times. This could very well be the last, so there’s plenty to enjoy while you still can. Brady’s teams have won their last three games, including winning Green Bay and qualifying for Super Bowl LV when they won the Lombardi Trophy.