NFL releases Denver Broncos schedule for 2022 season

May 12, 2022, 6:00 PM | Updated: 6:20 pm
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We now know the Denver Broncos’ schedule for the 2022 NFL season; the league released each team’s schedules on Thursday.

Week 1: Sep. 12 At Seattle Seahawks (Monday Night Football) ABC

Week 2: Sep. 18 Houston Texans (Home Opener) CBS

Week 3: Sep. 25 San Francisco 49ers (Sunday Night Football) NBC

Week 4: Oct. 2 At Las Vegas Raiders CBS

Week 5: Oct. 6 Indianapolis Colts (Thursday Night Football) PRIME

Week 6: Oct. 17 At Los Angeles Chargers (Monday Night Football) ESPN

Week 7: Oct. 23 New York Jets CBS

Week 8: Oct. 30 At Jacksonville Jaguars (in London) ESPN+

Week 9: BYE

Week 10: Nov. 13 At Tennessee Titans CBS

Week 11: Nov. 20 Las Vegas Raiders FOX

Week 12: Nov. 27 At Carolina Panthers FOX

Week 13: Dec. 4 At Baltimore Ravens CBS

Week 14: Dec. 11 Kansas City Chiefs (Sunday Night Football) NBC

Week 15: Dec. 18 Arizona Cardinals FOX

Week 16: Dec. 25 At Los Angeles Rams (Christmas) CBS

Week 17: Jan. 1  At Kansas City Chiefs CBS

Week 18: Jan. 7/8 Los Angeles Chargers

The Broncos will host Dallas and Minnesota in the preseason, and travel to Buffalo.

The Broncos will have seven nationally televised games, including five in primetime. Denver will face eight playoff teams from last year, six of which matchups are after the bye week.

The Broncos have won eight of their last 10 season openers, and are favored to win in Seattle this season.

The club’s Christmas game day will be the fourth in franchise history.



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