2023 Miami Dolphins Schedule Released – NBC 6 South Florida

With two of the Miami Dolphins’ 17 regular-season games already announced, the rest of the game schedule was released Thursday.

Miami will open the 2023 season away against the Los Angeles Chargers on September 10 before taking on the New England Patriots on NBC’s Sunday Night Football the following Sunday, September 17.

The Dolphins open their home game on September 24 against the Denver Broncos. Miami will also host home games against the Dallas Cowboys (December 24), the New York Giants (October 8), and the Tennessee Titans at Monday Night Football on December 11, and the season on January 6 or 7 against the Buffalo Bills end.

Miami will play the Philadelphia Eagles on October 22 at NBC’s Sunday Night Football, reigning Super Bowl champions Kansas City Chiefs on Friday, November 24 (November 5 in Frankfurt, Germany) and the New York Jets .

The full schedule is listed below:

  • Sunday, September 10 – at the Los Angeles Chargers
  • Sunday, September 17 – New England Patriots (NBC)
  • Sunday, September 24 – vs. Denver Broncos
  • Sunday, October 1st – at Buffalo Bills
  • Sunday, October 8th – against the New York Giants
  • Sunday, October 15 – vs. Carolina Panthers
  • Sunday, October 22 – at the Philadelphia Eagles (NBC)
  • Sunday, October 29 – vs. the New England Patriots
  • Sunday, November 5 – vs. Kansas City Chiefs (Frankfurt, Germany)
  • Sunday 12th November – BYE WEEK
  • Sunday, November 19 – vs. the Las Vegas Raiders
  • Friday, November 24 – with the New York Jets
  • Sunday, December 3 – vs. Washington Commanders
  • Monday, December 11 – vs. Tennessee Titans
  • Sunday, December 17 – against the New York Jets
  • Sunday, December 24 – vs. Dallas Cowboys
  • Sunday, December 31 – at the Baltimore Ravens
  • Saturday, January 6th or Sunday, January 7th – vs. Buffalo Bills

The Dolphins will play three preseason games, the only home game against the Atlanta Falcons and two away games against the Houston Texans (August 19) and the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Miami ended the 2022 season with a 9-9 record, including a wild card loss to the Bills, in their first season under head coach Mike McDaniel.


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