Giants and Jets Dominate Prime Time NFL Schedule
The NFL loves New York.
The New York Giants and Jets will have a combined total of 10 prime-time games during the 2023 season.
Think about it, last year the Giants and Jets combined to appear in only three prime-time games between them.
The Giants open the season at home under the lights on Sunday night football against the Dallas Cowboys on September 10. After a visit to the Desert to see the Arizona Cardinals in Week 2, the G-Men travel to San Francisco to face the 49ers on Thursday Night Football, September 21.
On October 2, the Giants will host the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night football. That’s three prime-time games in the season’s opening four weeks for Big Blue.
The Giants face the Buffalo Bills in Week 6 on Sunday Night Football, and the Green Bay Packers in Week 14 on Monday Night Football.
As for the Jets, well, this is what happens when Aaron Rodgers comes to town.
The Jets are featured in five prime-time games, and will also play in the first-ever Black Friday game on November 24 against the Miami Dolphins.
The Jets open the season on September 11 against the Buffalo Bills on Monday Night Football.
After clashes with the Dallas Cowboys and New England Patriots in Weeks 2 and 3, the Jets host the Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs in Week 4 on Sunday Night Football.
Two weeks later the Jets host the defending NFC Champion Philadelphia Eagles at the Meadowlands.
In November the Jets will have back-t0-back prime time slots. First in Week 9 against the LA Chargers at MetLife Stadium on Monday Night Football, and then a week later in Las Vegas against the Raiders on Sunday Night Football.
The Jets’ final prime-time game comes in Week 17 on December 28 at the Cleveland Browns (could be a trap game).
Are you ready for some football?
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