NFL reveals another fun streak of games on 2022 schedule

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The NFL begins to unveil its schedule for the 2022 season.

It started with this year’s international series, in which there will be a regular season game in Germany.

After which, TV networks can share details regarding some of their games.

Finally, teams can also announce their first home games before the full schedule is revealed.

Monday Night Football has already unveiled its Week 2 doubleheader.

ESPN has been broadcasting these games since 2006.

The matches have also been televised on ESPN2 since 2020 and ESPN+ since 2021.

In the first game of their doubleheader, the Tennessee Titans will face the Buffalo Bills on September 19, 2022 at 7:15 p.m. ET.

Meanwhile, the Minnesota Vikings take on the Philadelphia Eagles at 8:30 p.m. ET.

The Titans and Bills are two of the best teams in the AFC, but their 2021 campaigns both ended in the divisional round.

Tennessee lost to the Cincinnati Bengals despite nine sacks on Joe Burrow.

Meanwhile, Buffalo lost a wild finish to the Kansas City Chiefs in overtime.

The Bills are hoping new additions Jamison Crowder and Von Miller will help both units.

Eagles versus Vikings

The Vikings still have explosively talented players like Justin Jefferson and Dalvin Cook.

The team hopes new head coach Kevin O’Connell will take their offense to a new level.

O’Connell is fresh off winning the Super Bowl as offensive coordinator for the Los Angeles Rams.

Minnesota will be a force to be reckoned with if they can replicate their success in Los Angeles.

During that time, the Eagles made some big additions, especially wide receiver AJ Brown.

He’s a big target for Jalen Hurts, along with DeVonta Smith and Quez Watkins

This game will also feature promising rookies on defense, Georgians Jordan Davis and Nakobe Dean.

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