Here is the Sunday Night Football schedule for the 2023 NFL season

Here is the Sunday Night Football schedule for the 2023 NFL season originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia

Sunday nights in the NFL are reserved for rivalries this season.

With the release of Thursday’s full NFL regular-season schedule, fans are already circling the most anticipated fixtures on the calendar, and Sunday night’s NBC broadcast does not disappoint.

Sunday Night Football action begins at NFC East when the Dallas Cowboys Head to the Meadowlands to take on him New York Giants in Week 1. Both teams will be looking to establish themselves at the top of the division in what is expected to be another close battle.

Week 3 showcases a rivalry decades past its prime – the Pittsburgh Steelers And Las Vegas Raiders – followed by a week 4 matchup that takes years to complete Aaron Rodgers And Patrick Mahomes face each other for the first time in their careers.

The Kansas City Chiefs and the New York Jets are historically no rivals, but with Rodgers and his hand-picked arsenal of receivers, there’s no telling what a game against the defending champions could become.

The remainder of the season continues with a series of duels that, while lacking the historic clout, have the makings of a modern day rivalry.

The San Francisco 49ersfresh from their second straight NFC Championship Game appearance, hosts the Cowboys in Week 5. In the next week Daniel Jones and the Giants will move upstate to try to defeat them Buffalo Bills. Just three weeks later, the Bills will break up cincinnati for the first time since Damar Hamlin suffered cardiac arrest at Paycor Stadium.

The final third of the season is a streak that marks a return to traditional divisional rivalries, beginning with the Eagle and the Cowboys in Week 14. Two weeks later, the Bengals and Steelers meet in Pittsburgh before the Packers and Vikings wrap up the regular season.

What does the 2023 Sunday Night Football schedule look like?

Week 1 – September 10th

Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants

Week 2 – September 17th

Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots

Week 3 – September 24th

Pittsburgh Steelers and Las Vegas Raiders

Week 4 – October 1st

Kansas City Chiefs with the New York Jets

Week 5 – October 8th

Dallas Cowboys at the San Francisco 49ers

Week 6 – October 15th

New York Giants at Buffalo Bills

Week 7 – October 22nd

Miami Dolphins at Philly Eagles

Week 8 – October 29th

Chicago Bears at Los Angeles Chargers

Week 9 – November 5th

Buffalo Bills at Cincinnati Bengals

Week 10 – November 12th

New York Jets at Las Vegas Raiders

Week 11 – November 19th

Minnesota Vikings at Denver Broncos

Week 12 – November 26th

Baltimore Ravens with the Los Angeles Chargers

Week 13 – December 3rd

Kansas City Chiefs at Green Bay Packers

Week 14 – December 10th

Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys

Week 15 – December 17

Baltimore Ravens at Jacksonville Jaguars

Week 16 – December 23

Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers

Week 17 – December 31st

Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings

When are the Sunday Night Football games held?

Sunday Night Football airs every Sunday at 8:20 p.m. ET on NBC.

Are there other games on NBC?

NBC’s package also includes two non-Sunday games.

They are hosting the season opener when the Detroit Lions Join the reigning Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday, September 7th. They return to Thursday nights again on Thanksgiving when the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks play against each other in Seattle.

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