The National Football League last week released the complete 2022 NFL schedule, 272 games spread out over eighteen weeks across the board, five games held overseas, and a bye week for each of the league’s 32 teams.
I don’t usually do anything for schedules, especially when they have nothing to do with uniforms, but I found myself putting this together over the weekend for my own reference so I decided to just share it with all of you.
Here it is, the entire 2022 NFL schedule in one graphic:
Weeks are listed across the top and bottom, and the team for which the schedule applies is on the extreme left and again repeated in the extreme right column. A team-coloured background behind an opponent’s logo indicates this is a home game, a white background is a road game (the thinking here was that most NFL teams *usually* wear coloured jerseys at home, so colour = home). In the case of an international or neutral site game, the host country flag is shown in the background instead, yes, the Mexico flag looks like Italy in this layout.
Feel free to print it out and hang it up in your office, rec room, man cave, or wherever. I did, it does the job!