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NFL Releases Schedule For 2023-2024 Season

Written By: Deana Nichols

Edited By: Sarah Wingo

On Thursday, May 11 at 8:00 PM EST, the National Football League released their 2023-2024 regular season schedule.

With five international games – two in Germany and three in London – and tons of state-side rivalry games, the stage is set for an electrifying season that is sure to get fans excited.

The 2023-2024 season kicks off on Thursday, Sept. 7 when the reigning Super Bowl Champions, the Kansas City Chiefs, take on the Detroit Lions at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City on NBC at 8:20 PM EST.

Week one could be interesting for many fans due to all the off-season shake-ups. Odell Beckham Jr. signed with the Baltimore Ravens, Derek Carr will now take the field as a Saint after nine seasons with the Las Vegas Raiders, and Baker Mayfield being signed to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as Tom Brady’s successor.

17-year NFL veteran and Quarterback, Aaron Rodgers is set to make his regular-season debut as the new starting quarterback for the New York Jets as they take on the Buffalo Bills on September 11 at 8:15 PM EST at MetLife Stadium.

One of the many questions to be answered this season is who the starting quarterback for the Tennessee Titans will be. During the draft, the Titans selected Will Levis in the second round just one year after picking up Malik Willis in the third round.

On November 20, the Philadelphia Eagles will come looking for revenge when they face the Chiefs in the Super Bowl rematch fans cannot wait to see. The Eagles hope to redeem themselves during Monday Night Football and leave Arrowhead with a victory.

Thanksgiving will see its annual game as the Detroit Lions take on the Green Bay Packers at Ford Field on November 23 at 12:30 PM EST. The Lions have not won on Thanksgiving since 2016 and with the exit of Rogers, the Lions could have a chance to pull out a win.

Christmas will see three matchups throughout the day including the Raiders vs. the Chiefs, the New York Giants vs. the Eagles, and the Ravens vs. the San Francisco 49ers.

This season’s schedule will surely draw tons of viewers and football fans everywhere are counting down the days until kickoff!

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