2022 NFL schedule released: Saints opponents, previews, full list of teams on regular season schedule

New Orleans Saints don’t have Sean Beaton, but strong defense and central James Winston should give the team a good chance every week. The team still has Taysom Hill on the roster too, where he works too, no matter what position he puts him in.

New Orleans went 9-8 last season, finishing second in the NFC South behind then-championship champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Last season, the Saints beat the Bucs in both encounters, and those division matches could be the difference between the playoff spot this season.

The Bucs were clear divisional winners last year, but if the Saints wanted to challenge them, dominating the house and starting strong in defense would be key to doing so.

The full 2022 NFL schedule will be released Thursday, May 12 at 8:00 p.m. ET on the NFL Network, NFL.com and the NFL App. NFL GameDay Show: The release schedule will be streamed that night at 8 p.m. (ET) Paramount +NFL.com, NFL App, YouTube and NFL Channel.

2022 opponents:

Atlanta Falcons: The Hawks’ offensive will look different this season, as veteran quarterback Matt Ryan heads to Indianapolis. The team added wide receiver Drake London to the team with the 10th overall pick in the draft. One of the team’s top picks was Cincinnati quarterback Desmond Ryder, made in the third round, who would be able to come in and learn without any pressure. The Saints and the Hawks were divided about their meeting last season.

Carolina Panthers: It has been rumored that the Panthers are trading for quarterback Baker Mayfield, but with that not happening, they will stick to quarterback Sam Darnold and pick Matt Corral. The Panthers are a big question mark this year after a year full of injuries. It will be interesting to see how their coach and midfield position ends up.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Tom Brady is back, which means that Bucs are NFC threats again. The team made training changes this off-season, with coach Bruce Aryan retiring from the position and leaving Todd Bowles to run the show. There were rumors in the off season that Brady and Aryan had a problem with each other, but they both denied the allegations.

Los Angeles Rams: The Super Bowl holders lost a few players last season, like Von Miller and Andrew Whitworth, but they still have plenty of chops to make for another run this season. Midfielder Matthew Stafford and coach Sean McVeigh have proven themselves in the league, and I expect the same story next season.

Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks are another team that has made big changes this season, trading longtime quarterback Russell Wilson to the Denver Broncos. It looks like the team will either go with Jenno Smith or Drew Luke, which coach Pete Carroll said would be First quarterback to be taken if in this year’s draft.

Baltimore Ravens: Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson could once again prove to be one of the best QBs in this league. He had two injuries last year and the team struggled, but if the team can maintain his health this season, he could be an AFC player. The defense needs their help and improvement from last year, although that shouldn’t be too difficult when considering where they are.

Cincinnati Bengals: The Bengals are coming off a heartbreaking Super Bowl loss, but their season has been more successful than most NFL fans thought. Midfielder Joe Burrow is the real deal and the team should Being able to make a lot of gains next year as well. The AFC includes the Steelers, who will now be without Ben Roethlisberger due to retirement, the Browns, who don’t know what will happen with new quarterback Deshaun Watson, and the Ravens, who are coming off a tough season. The Bengals seem to be well placed to repeat as division champions.

Las Vegas Raiders: The Raiders will now be led by former Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, who has accepted the head coaching position in Las Vegas. Derek Carr was really impressive last season, and now with Davante Adams he’ll have another great weapon to work with.

Minnesota Vikings: Could the Vikings dethrone the Packers as NFC champions? Some say yes, and while I wouldn’t bet home because Aaron Rodgers is still around making things happen, it looks like the competition between the two teams will be even closer than before. Last year, the Vikings won 8-9, but they now have a new coach, Kevin O’Connell, who replaced Mike Zimmer.

Arizona Cardinals: The Cardinals are another team that is a little fickle. They have potential, but whether Kyler Murray will be able to lead a team deeper into the playoffs is yet to be seen. At the start of the season, the offense will be without star DeAndre Hopkins, who has been suspended six games for breaching NFL PED policy, so it could get off to a rough start.

Cleveland Browns: Oh, Brown. What seemed to be a team on the rise not so long ago, after they beat the Steelers in the playoffs, is now a team in disarray. Quarterback Baker Mayfield is still on the team despite Cleveland going with Deshaun Watson in QB1.

Pittsburgh Steelers: The Steelers drafted quarterback Kenny Pickett in the first round, and he was the first QB to be taken into this year’s draft. Some have concerns about the small size of his hand and the reality of it He was wearing glovesbut coach Mike Tomlin said it is not worried About that based on his success at Pete.

San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers appear to be moving forward with quarterback Trey Lance at the expense of Jimmy Garoppolo, so there are questions about what this team will be able to do next season. The NFC West is much weaker than it has been in the past, with the 49ers, Seahawks and Cardinals up in the air for several reasons.

Philadelphia Eagles: During this year’s draft, the Eagles took on defensive tackles Jordan Davis and quarterback Cam Jurgens. While they were busy in the draft war room, they were also working to get AJ Brown from the Tennessee Titans, a thriving trade and one of the largest overseas.

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