Tips and predictions for each game

Tips and predictions for each game

Sean McVay, Aaron Donald, Rams

Rams head coach Sean McVay with Aaron Donald and Matthew Stafford. (Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports)

We made it. It’s the release of the 2022 NFL schedule, and below are the tips and predictions for all 285 games leading up to Super Bowl LVII.

A new season is upon us.

The free hand is largely over. The 2022 NFL Draft is complete. We largely know the rosters of the 32 teams, and now we know their path to Super Bowl LVII.

This year is unique in many ways. We seem to have left the COVID era behind us. Additionally, the offseason brought an unprecedented amount of quarterback changes, with Matt Ryan, Deshaun Watson, Russell Wilson, Carson Wentz and others making moves.

Now, alongside the release of the 2022 NFL schedule, it’s my time-honoured honor here at FanSided to pick each regular season game and then roll through the Super Bowl and predict who will be lifting the Lombardi Trophy next February.

Tips for all 272 NFL regular season games through Super Bowl LVII

week 1

Thursday night soccer

Match

buffalo bills

28

The angel Aries

31

Sunday afternoon

Match

Baltimore ravens

25

new York nozzles

18

Match

san francisco 49ers

20

Chicago bears

23

Match

New Orleans saints

19

Atlanta hawks

24

Match

Philadelphia Eagle

24

Detroit lions

27

Match

Indianapolis foal

26

Houston texan

17

Match

Jacksonville jaguars

20

Washington commanders

23

Match

New England patriots

21

Miami dolphins

23

Match

new York Giants

20

Tennessee Titans

35

Match

Green Bay packer

32

Minnesota viking

23

Match

Pittsburgh Steeler

24

cincinnati Bengal

41

Match

Cleveland Brown

32

Carolina Panthers

20

Match

Kansas City bosses

34

Arizona cardinals

24

Match

Las Vegas robber

28

The angel Charger

38

Football on Sunday night

Match

Tampa Bay privateer

31

Dallas cowboys

34

Monday night soccer

Match

Denver Broncos

38

Seattle Seahawks

21

Game of the week: Buffalo Bills vs. Los Angeles Rams

Opening Night Super Bowl LVII Preview? Quite possible.

Buffalo hasn’t reached the Super Sunday since 1993, but the Bills are favorites to win the Lombardi Trophy for the first time in their hoister. Of course, the Rams know the feeling, having hoisted it in their own building last February after beating the Cincinnati Bengals.

It’s a nice litmus test for the Bills to see where they stand at this point in the campaign. Buffalo is loaded on both sides of the ball, including Von Miller, who will be returning to Los Angeles and seeing some old friends. Miller signed a six-year, $120 million deal during the offseason and impressed most in the league with his departure. The Rams haven’t replaced him, hoping their remaining stars can fill his proverbial void.

As for Los Angeles, this might be the toughest home game on a brutal list, including tilts with the San Francisco 49ers, Arizona Cardinals, Denver Broncos, Las Vegas Raiders and Dallas Cowboys. A win here would see the Rams solidify their position in the tough NFC West, albeit with an out-of-conference win.

Finally, if you love heavily armed quarterbacks, watching Matthew Stafford and Josh Allen indoors is the game for you.

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