The 2022 NFL season is about to kick off, and the excitement and tensions among the teams will be played out in some very interesting games throughout the season. Get ready for a season with clashes between rivals, top players from the league and drama behind the scene.
NFL week 2 games
In week 2 of the 2022 NFL season, you can get ready for a bunch of exciting games, which are going to be important for the overall score of the season. Remember to check out the NFL schedule week 2 to be on top of your NFL game!
On September 15th, it is Los Angeles Chargers versus Kansas City Chiefs, which is going to be a game between two of the most prominent teams in the league. Two of the best quarterbacks in the league, Justin Herbert and Patrick Mahomes, will be facing each other in this clash among two divisional rivals.
Following this game, on the 18th of September, you can witness Tampa Bay Buccaneers versus New Orleans Saints. These are divisional rivals, which always deliver tense and exciting matches. Tom Brady is in the best shape of his life, for being 45 years old, which will only add more excitement to this game, since this could potentially be Tom Brady’s last season.
Facts about NFL
The National Football League (NFL) is extremely popular in the United States, with millions of fans across the country eagerly awaiting each new season.
The NFL regular season typically runs from September to December/January, with each team playing 16 games over a 17-week period. The top teams then progress to the playoffs, which culminate in the much-anticipated Super Bowl; the biggest single-day sporting event in the world.
If you’re new to NFL football or just want a refresher on how the league works, this guide will give you all the information you need to get ready for the 2022 season.
The NFL is made up of 32 teams, split evenly between two conferences: the National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC). Each conference is then further divided into four divisions: North, East, South, and West. The teams in each division play each other twice during the regular season (once at home and once away), meaning that every team has a total of 16 regular-season games.
At the end of the regular season, the six teams with the best record in each conference, regardless of division, qualify for the playoffs. These 12 teams are then seeded based on their win-loss record, with the four division winners getting automatic home-field advantage in the first round. The playoffs are played over a three-week period in January, culminating in the Super Bowl, which for the 2022/2023 season will be on February the 12th, 2023.
What to know about Super Bowl 2023
The 2022 season of the NFL will culminate with the Super Bowl on the 12th of February 2023. This year, the Super Bowl will take place in Glendale, Arizona, where the two best teams will compete for the title as football champions of the NFL. This is an event you do not want to miss, so remember to follow the scores of the NFL, so that you are well prepared for the upcoming matches.