The NFL has released the schedule for the 2023 preseason, revealing 65 games that will take place between August 3 and August 27. Fans can look forward to the Hall of Fame Game, which will be played on August 3 between the Cleveland Browns and New York Jets. Additionally, five games, including the Hall of Fame Game, will be broadcasted nationally, giving fans plenty of opportunities to watch their favorite teams in action.
Each team will play four preseason games, except for the Browns and Jets, who will play five. The preseason schedule includes some exciting matchups, such as the Houston Texans at New England Patriots, Green Bay Packers at Cincinnati Bengals, and Kansas City Chiefs at New Orleans Saints.
Fox will broadcast the preseason finale between the Houston Texans and New Orleans Saints on August 27 at 8 pm ET. CBS will broadcast the Week 3 game between the Detroit Lions and Carolina Panthers on August 25 at 8 pm ET.
Week 1 of the preseason will begin on August 10, with the Houston Texans at New England Patriots and Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks. Week 2 games will start on August 17 with the Cleveland Browns at Philadelphia Eagles, and Week 3 will begin on August 24 with the Pittsburgh Steelers at Atlanta Falcons.
In summary, the 2023 NFL preseason schedule promises an exciting lineup of 65 games, with each team playing four preseason games. The Hall of Fame Game on August 3 between the Cleveland Browns and New York Jets will kick off the preseason, while the preseason finale between the Houston Texans and New Orleans Saints on August 27 will conclude it.