The New York Giants probably aren’t happy after the NFL released all 32 team schedules for the 2023-24 NFL season.
Seven of the Giants’ first 10 games on their 17-game schedule are on the road, which is the first in NFL history since the league added bye weeks in 1990, according to FOX Sports’ Warren Sharp.
Sharp added that the league has never forced a team to play on the road in seven of its first 10 weeks, let alone seven of its first 10 games.
But, as the saying goes, there’s a first time for everything, and the Giants will have to deal with that.
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The Giants will be home at MetLife Stadium to kick off the season, hosting the NFC East rival Dallas Cowboys on «Sunday Night Football.»
That will be followed by a trip to the West Coast to face the Arizona Cardinals followed by the reigning NFC West champion San Francisco 49ers.
After a trip home to face the Seattle Seahawks in Week 4, the Giants make a three-game trip for Weeks 5-7, facing the Miami Dolphins, Buffalo Bills, and Washington Commanders.
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Finally, after a highly anticipated matchup with the New York Jets in Week 8, the Giants return west to take on the Las Vegas Raiders before arriving in Dallas for their second and final regular season matchup with the Cowboys in Week 10. .
Counting the Cowboys twice, the Giants will face five playoff teams from last season during the 10-game streak.
The Giants have the third-toughest schedule based on their opponents’ winning percentage last season. New York also has a late farewell week. It arrives in Week 13 after back-to-back home games, the first of the season, against the Commanders and New England Patriots in Weeks 11 and 12.
Once the bye week is over, the Giants are at home against the Green Bay Packers in week 14 before going on the road against the New Orleans Saints in week 15. They will travel to Philadelphia to face the reigning NFC champion, Eagles, for the first of their two meetings in Week 16 on Christmas Day.
The Los Angeles Rams come to town in Week 17 on New Year’s Eve, and the regular season ends at home against the Eagles in Week 18.
The Giants reached the divisional round of the playoffs in Brian Daboll’s first year as head coach, so expectations will be high for the Giants in 2023.
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They made some promising new additions to the roster, including Darren Waller at tight end and a strong NFL Draft class. They also extended the contracts of Daniel Jones and Dexter Lawrence. Saquon Barkley may also be among those with a new deal.
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But they will have to fight the crowds on the road more than any other team to start the season.