NFL schedule filled with tantalizing games

From Russell Wilson playing his first game as the Bronco in Seattle to Doug Pederson against Carson Wentz, the NFL schedule is jam-packed with spicy games right off the bat. Too bad we have to wait four months for everything to start.

And it should start with a bang.

The Seahawks have thrived like never before with Wilson as their quarterback over the past decade, including a Super Bowl title and another they should have had if not for some, uh, curious play calls in the game. of 2015. They rewarded Wilson’s desire to go elsewhere with a monster trade this offseason and he landed in Denver.

Now, thanks to the NFL’s desire to play on such scenarios, the Monday night opener of the 2022 season sends Wilson and his new team back to their old stomping ground.

Yum. Delicious.

Want more? In Week 1 alone, there’s the kickoff game on Thursday night, September 8, with the Super Bowl champion Rams hosting the current favorite to win it all, the Bills. There’s Jacksonville, with recently hired coach Doug Pederson, Washington and new QB Carson Wentz. In 2017, Wentz seemed headed for league MVP honors working under Pederson for the Eagles. Wentz was injured late in the game and Nick Foles took over. Pederson and Foles defeated New England and Tom Brady for the title.

Speaking of Brady, he led defending champion Tampa Bay to a narrow win over Dallas in Game 1 of 2021. This year’s first Sunday night contest has the Bucs at the Cowboys. Delicious.

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