The NFL formally announced each team’s regular-season opponents for 2024 on Friday.
The schedule itself, with dates, times and television designations, won’t be revealed until the spring, but the league’s scheduling formula arranges which divisions will face off every season.
In addition to six games against a team’s own division (three home, three away), teams also face the four teams of another division within the conference and the four teams of a division from the opposite conference. Two intraconference opponents and one interconference foe based on last season’s standings round out a team’s 17-game slate.
In 2024, the AFC East will face the AFC South, and the AFC North will play the AFC West; the NFC East will meet the NFC South, and the NFC North will tangle with the NFC West.
In the interconference category, the AFC East will face the NFC West; the AFC North will meet the NFC East; the AFC South will be pitted against the NFC North; and the AFC West will see the NFC South on their schedules.
The so-called 17th games are going into their third year in the NFL’s scheduling formula. This year, the NFC teams will host each of these games, which are as follows:
–Buffalo Bills at Detroit Lions –Miami Dolphins at Green Bay Packers –New York Jets at Minnesota Vikings –New England Patriots at Chicago Bears –Baltimore Ravens at Tampa Bay Buccaneers –Cleveland Browns at New Orleans Saints –Pittsburgh Steelers at Atlanta Falcons –Cincinnati Bengals at Carolina Panthers –Houston Texans at Dallas Cowboys –Jacksonville Jaguars at Philadelphia Eagles –Indianapolis Colts at New York Giants –Tennessee Titans at Washington Commanders –Kansas City Chiefs at San Francisco 49ers –Las Vegas Raiders at Los Angeles Rams –Denver Broncos at Seattle Seahawks –Los Angeles Chargers at Arizona Cardinals