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The 'Monday Night Football' of 2022 will be played on September 19 in coincidence with the second week and will have the Tennessee Titans-Buffalo B


The ‘Monday Night Football’ of 2022 will be played on September 19 in coincidence with the second week and will have the Tennessee Titans-Buffalo Bills and Minnesota Vikings-Philadelphia Eagles games, the NFL announced Monday.

This doubleheader, which had been played since 2006 in the opening week, was canceled last year, and for this season it has been scheduled on the second day.

So far the NFL has released dates for 8 of the 272 games on next season’s schedule.

The rest of the schedule will be released this Thursday.

In addition to the two on Monday, the game between the Angeles Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs, on Thursday, September 15, was also confirmed in week 2.

The other games are those of the International Series, which will begin in London in the fourth week with the game between the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints, on October 2 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Also at Tottenham’s stadium, the New York Giants will play on October 9 against the Green Bay Packers, a team led by quarterback Aaron Rodgers, selected 10 times Pro Bowl.

In Week 8, at Wembley Stadium, the Denver Broncos, with their new quarterback Russell Wilson, will meet the Jacksonville Jaguars, the team with the most appearances outside the United States.

The Jaguars played back-to-back regular season games at Wembley Stadium from 2013 to 2019.

The series will continue with the first NFL regular season game in Germany taking place at the Allianz Arena in Munich on November 13 in week 10.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a team in which quarterback Tom Brady, considered the best player in NFL history with seven Super Bowl rings, plays against the Seattle Seahawks.

The International Series will close with the game at the Azteca Stadium in Mexico City between the San Francisco 49ers and the Arizona Cardinals, scheduled for Monday, November 21, which will close week 11.