Those crazy bastards at NFL HQ have done it again.
The 2023 schedule release has been dropped, and there are some absolute bangers we’re in for next season.
After crunching the numbers and reviewing the entire history of NFL schedule releases, we are flabbergasted at how the NFL came up with some of these matchups.
Patriots vs. Jets – Week 3
I mean, holy shit. This is insane!
The New England Patriots and New York Jets. So much history between coaches, players, and regional hate.
Two franchises that have both had Bill Parcells and Bill Belichick as head coaches at one point in time.
The fact that those crazy fucks from the NFL came up with this matchup is borderline psychotic.
Ravens vs. Steelers – Week 5
You didn’t think the NFL would be this maniacal? You’re wrong, jabroni. These schedule makers are sadistic AF.
You really throw the record book out when these two teams get together. The fact that it happens so rarely makes it even better when we get this clash.
The uniform combos are pure, the defenses are always tough, and we are shook that we get to see these two light it up next year.
Cowboys vs. Eagles – Week 14
They can’t really get away with this, can they?
These NFL schedule makers are just going to schedule Bears/Packers and act like they just didn’t pull of a miracle?!
Both of these teams are loaded with talent. This matchup may just be decided by who’s fanbase can be more unbearable by the fourth quarter, when it counts.
Bears vs. Packers – Week 1
Light me on fire, slap me in the face, and throw me over a cliff, this matchup is deranged.
The Packers have had some serious playoff woes, coming off another first round exit last season.
In fact, Green Bay has lost nine postseason matchups since 2011 (the Bears losing only twice in that span), but this early season matchup may set the tone for both of these franchise’s 2023-2024 seasons.
At this point, the NFL schedule reveal is overwhelming. They’re just pounding us over the head with wackadoodle pairings that I’m not sure we as football fans deserve, nor will be able to handle. The NFL is king, and they proved it once again today.