2023 NFL Schedule

The 2023 NFL Schedule kicked off on Thursday, Sept. 7 with the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs hosting the Detroit Lions at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.

The San Francisco 49ers claimed the NFC Championship, while the Kansas City Chiefs won the AFC Championship. The 49ers and Chiefs will meet in Super Bowl LVIII on Sunday, Feb. 11 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Flexible Scheduling

For Sunday Night Football, it may be used up to twice between Weeks 5-10, and in the NFL’s discretion during Weeks 11-17. For Monday Night Football it may be used in the NFL’s discretion in Weeks 12-17.

The games initially scheduled for Sunday Night Football (on NBC) and Monday Night Football (ESPN or ABC) are tentatively scheduled and subject to change.

Only Sunday afternoon games (or those listed as TBD) are eligible to be moved to Sunday night or Monday night, in which case the initially scheduled Sunday/Monday night game would be moved to Sunday afternoon.

Sunday afternoon games may also be moved between 1:00 p.m. and 4:05om or 4:25pm ET.

2023 TBD Games

In Week 15, three of five designated matchups will be played on Saturday with the remainder to be played on Sunday. Specific dates and start times for the designated Week 15 matchups will be determined and announced at a later date during the season.

In Week 18, two games will be played on Saturday (4:30pm ET and 8:15pm ET) with the remainder to be played on Sunday afternoon (1:00pm ET and 4:25pm ET) and one matchup to be played on Sunday night (8:20pm ET). Specific dates, start times, and networks for Week 18 matchups will be determined and announced following the conclusion of Week 17.