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    Getty What are the three most important matchups for the Indianapolis Colts on the 2022 NFL schedule? The opponents have been set since the end of last season, but the NFL released its entire 2022 schedule on May 12. As usual, there will be no shortage of entertaining matchups. For Indianapolis, the Colts will play nine regular season road games for the first time in history. Nine away matchups in 18 weeks makes at least one set of back-to-back road games inevitable. The Colts will have two pairs of back-to-back away contests, including one to begin the season in Weeks 1 and 2. The other pair will come in Weeks 9 and 10. But none of those games made my list of the three most important matchups for the Colts in the 2022 regular season. Here are the three most important: ALL the latest Colts news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Colts newsletter here! Join Heavy on Colts! Week 3: Kansas City Chiefs, September 25Whether it’s in the regular season, playoffs or both, the...
    Getty New England Patriots T he full NFL schedule was released and New England Patriots fans will begin circling some matchups. New England is tied for the lead with a league-high five prime time games. The Patriots begin their season with a matchup on the road against the Miami Dolphins and New England concludes on the road once again up in Buffalo against the Bills. ALL the latest Patriots news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Patriots newsletter here! The Patriots posted a video of Ernie Adams releasing the full schedule on their official Twitter account. He can't tell you what Pink Stripes means, but he ???????????? present you with our 2022 schedule. ????: Full schedule release show now live on @nflnetwork pic.twitter.com/1dO2eeuL84 — New England Patriots (@Patriots) May 13, 2022 So while all 17 games are important, three games stick out more than the rest.Week 4 @ Green Bay PackersThe Patriots will be headed to Lambeau Field on October 2 to play the Green Bay Packers. It has been quite some time since New England...
    Getty Carson Wentz and Ron Rivera return to Philly when the Eagles and Commanders play at the Linc for Monday Night Football on November 14, 2022. The NFL announced their full slate of 17 games for the 2022 season, including the Philadelphia Eagles’ opener on September 11. They will travel to face the Detroit Lions for a 1 p.m. kickoff at Ford Field. That should be a good way to start things off as the Lions aren’t expected to be a playoff team. The Eagles beat them 44-6 last season in a game credited for turning the 2021 season around. Philadelphia forced three fumbles – including a Darius Slay scoop-and-score touchdown – and sacked Jared Goff six times in that one. The Eagles’ home opener is set for September 19 as part of a special double-header on ESPN/ABC. They’ll welcome Justin Jefferson and the Minnesota Vikings to Lincoln Financial Field for an 8:30 p.m. kickoff. The last time the two teams met was 2019 when the Vikings beat the Eagles 38-20. ????Philadelphia Eagles └????2022 Season └????Schedule [email protected] |...
    Getty Dan Campbell yelling during a 2021 game at Ford Field. The Detroit Lions have their 2022 schedule, and as a result, the team and their fans can begin to ponder some of the most important matchups that will happen on the field in a few months. Though the Lions aren’t going to be labeled a contender by many this coming season, the team can still take some major steps forward, and the path to doing so could start with a trio of key games in 2022. The latest Lions news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Lions newsletter here! Join Heavy on Lions! Which games represent the most important for Detroit on this season’s schedule? Here’s a look at the games that will be the most significant on Detroit’s schedule.Week 1: Lions vs. EaglesWhile the 2021 Lions didn’t lose many games in ugly fashion, many might forget that quite possibly the ugliest game they lost last season was to Philadelphia at home. Nick Siriani’s Eagles came to Ford Field and absolutely smashed the...
    (CBS Local)- Week 1 of the college football slate always includes some surprise results and this year was no different. Georgia and Clemson scored a total of 13 points and the only touchdown came on the defensive side of the ball. Washington, Colorado State and Vanderbilt all lost to FCS schools. Army rolled up 43 points, with a pair of passing touchdowns in routing Georgia State 43-10. And, we already have a coaching change, with UConn’s Randy Edsall stepping down from his position following an 0-2 start. READ MORE: Jefferson County Public Health To Add Security After Harassment Incidents At Vaccine Sites In Week 2, we begin to learn whether or not the surprise results from Week 1 were portents of things to come or just a blip on the radar with the start of a new season. Once again, a full slate of games is set to be played on CBS and CBS Sports Network, let’s take a spin through the schedule. Friday, September 10 North Dakota @ Utah State, 9:00 p.m. ET Utah State was part of Week...
    The Office stars are paying tribute to actor Mark York after news of his death Common mistakes to avoid at all costs when buying a home When it comes to setting a Fantasy Football lineup, the matchups are really important. OK fine, maybe not for the stud players who rack up stats each week -- they're starting no matter who they play. But there aren't a lot of those guys. It's the non-obvious guys who we all must make decisions on during the season.  © Provided by CBS Sports This is my attempt to make some of those decisions now. Before Week 1, before the preseason, and before I even draft a single player. Every year, I revert to the dark side of Fantasy Football and study every defense. I lean heavily on data such as yards after catch or contact, missed tackles, allowed rush and pass attempts, catch rates, defensive aDOT (or DADOT), blitz and pressure rates and also offensive success rates. But I also evaluate who each team added, who they parted ways with, and how...
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