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  • Writer's pictureEvan Perlmutter

This Season's NFL Marquee Matchups

One of our clients favorites offerings is our luxury RV all-inclusive tailgate & ticket package. This features a 2.5-hour all-inclusive tailgate, indoor/outdoor set up, local food offerings, an open bar, tailgate games with prizes, TVs, private restroom and the always popular element -- a former NFL legend from the team to hang out with the guests, take pictures, sign autographs and toss the pigskin around.

With the NFL season upon us, it's time to look at marquee games in your market or some cool flyaway packages for away/destination games as well.

Perl's Picks for the Top 10 Games of the 2022 Football Season

1. Week 1, September 8th, Buffalo Bills @ LA Rams

What better way to kick things off than Thursday Night Football with the defending NFL Champions back at SoFi to defend their title against the Bills, who were 1 play away from the AFC Championship Game, and 1 of the 2 favorites to win the Super Bowl this year.

2. Week 1, September 11th, Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Dallas Cowboys

The first NFL Sunday gives us the most famous player in Tom Brady, against America's team in the Dallas Cowboys, playing in the most famous stadium, courtesy of Jerry's World.

3. Week 1, September 12th, Denver Broncos @ Seattle Seahawks

If Thursday Night Football and the full Sunday slate didn't do it for you, well, how about Monday Night Football? Russell Wilson and Seattle are synonymous, but for the first time in his 11 year career, he'll be in the Visitors Locker Room in Seattle.

4. Week 2, September 15th, Los Angeles Chargers @ Kansas City Chiefs

Week 2 TNF will not take a back seat to Week 1, this should be a dandy with promising AFC West division rivals squaring off. Two high octane offenses should provide plenty of fireworks, the Over feels like a good bet here.

5. Week 3, September 25th, Green Bay Packers @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Nothing beats father time, unless of course we are talking Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers. With 7 combine MVP, and 8 Super Bowls, this may be the last time we see them on a field together, barring the NFC Playoffs. Two of the best to ever do it, tune in.

6. Week 4, October 2nd, Kansas City Chiefs @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers

We may be noticing a commonality here with certain teams and certain players, and here we have the Super Bowl rematch from 2 years ago, as well as the respective Madden cover from then as well, Tom Brady versus Patrick Mahomes, aka must see tv.

7. Week 8, October 30th, Green Bay Packers @ Buffalo Bills

The best of the older regime vs the young guns, as it's Aaron Rodgers versus Josh Allen as top notch NFC pays a visit to top notch AFC. This could be the first late-Fall, late kickoff game where we see snow, but something tells me the Green Bay Packers are more than accustomed to that. Get your Halloween candy ready early, this will be a treat.

8. Week 15, December 18th, New England Patriots @ Las Vegas Raiders

It doesn't feel like Bill Belichick and Sin City would mix well, but after renowned assistant Josh McDaniel's left Belichick's side after 14 consecutive season, this is must see TV with the mentor and the protege. Both playoff teams this past year, and now the Raiders have added one of the best WRs in the NFL in Davante Adams.

9. Week 17, January 1st, Los Angeles Rams @ Los Angeles Chargers

Welcome to the New Year, literally, and let's kick 2023 off with the Battle Of LA here where playoff implications figure to be firmly on The Line.

10. Honorable Mentions:

  • New York Giants vs Green Bay Packers, October 9th in London

  • Seattle Seahawks vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers, November 13th in Germany

  • San Francisco 49ers vs Arizona Cardinals, November 21st in Mexico

  • Thanksgiving Triple Headers -- Buffalo Bills @ Detroit Lions, New York Giants @ Dallas Cowboys, Minnesota Vikings @ New England Patriots

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