May 29, 2022

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Picks and predictions for every match

Picks and predictions for every match

Rams coach Sean McVeigh with Aaron Donald and Matthew Stafford. (Mark J. Rebelas – USA Today Sports)

I did it. It’s the release of the 2022 NFL schedule, and here are the picks and predictions for all 285 games through Super Bowl LVII.

A new season is upon us.

Free agency is largely over. The 2022 NFL draft has been completed. We pretty much know the 32-team nominees, and now we know their way to Super Bowl LVII.

This year is unique in many ways. It looks like we’re past the COVID era. In addition, the offseason game brought an unparalleled amount of change to the quarterback, with Matt Ryan, Deshaun Watson, Russell Wilson, Carson Wentz and others moving in.

Now, along with the release of the 2022 NFL schedule, here at FanSided I’m honored to pick every game of the regular season and then go around the Super Bowl, predicting who will lift the Lombardi Cup in February.

A selection of all 272 NFL regular season games by Super Bowl LVII

week 1

Thursday night football

the match

buffalo Invoices

28

Los Angeles rams

31

Sunday afternoon

the match

Baltimore crows

25

New York Planes

18

the match

San Francisco 49ers

20

Chicago bear

23

the match

New Orleans saints

19

Atlanta hawks

24

the match

Indianapolis ponies

26

Houston Texas

17

the match

Jacksonville Jaguar

20

Washington leaders

23

the match

New Britain patriots

21

Miami dolphins

23

the match

New York giants

20

Tennessee titans

35

the match

Green Bay Packers

32

Minnesota Vikings

23

the match

Pittsburgh Steelers

24

Cincinnati Bengals

41

the match

Cleveland Brown

32

Carolina leopards

20

the match

Kansas City heads

34

Arizona basics

24

the match

Las vigas Raiders

28

Los Angeles chargers

38

Sunday Night Football

the match

Tampa Bay pirate

31

Dallas Cowboys

34

Monday Night Football

the match

Denver Bronco

38

Seattle Seahawks

21

Game of the Week: Buffalo Bills at the Los Angeles Rams

Super Bowl LVII preview on opening night? Very possible.

The Buffalo hasn’t made it to Super Sunday since 1993, but the Bills are favorites to win the Lombardi Cup for the first time in their lever. Of course, the Rams know the feeling, having raised it in their building last February after their win over the Cincinnati Bengals.

For the Bills, it’s a good test for slaves to see where they stand at this point in the campaign. Buffalo is loaded onto both sides of the ball, including Von Miller, who is going back to Los Angeles and seeing some old friends. Miller signed a six-year, $120 million deal off-season, and it was a stunning hit across the league with his departure. The Rams haven’t replaced him, hoping their remaining stars can pick up the proverbial slack.

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As for Los Angeles, this could be the toughest home game with a brutal agenda, including tilting the San Francisco 49ers, Arizona Cardinals, Denver Broncos, Las Vegas Raiders and Dallas Cowboys. With a win here, the Rams will cement their position in the tough NFC West, albeit with a win without a conference.

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