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NFL Schedule Release Day: All 32 Videos In One Place

The 2024 NFL season is less than five months away and while teams knew which opponents they would be playing this season, they now know their complete schedules.

The Kansas City Chiefs are among the favorites on the betting sites as they look to become the first team to win three successive Super Bowls.

Schedule release day has become a big day for NFL followers, as teams use their creative skills to have a bit of fun announcing who they play and when.

We've brought all 32 schedule releases together to save you from surfing the net to find the one you want.  

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Buffalo Bills

The Buffalo Bills wrapped up the AFC East for the fourth successive season last year, but they have failed to make it to the Super Bowl. 

After losing the AFC Championship game to the Chiefs in January, the Bills have been eliminated at the divisional round in each of the last three seasons. 

The Bills have 10+ wins in each of the last five seasons. Looking at their schedule, will they make it six in-a-row?

Miami Dolphins

Mike McDaniel has won a lot of friends over his time in charge of the Dolphins, with the explosive nature of their offense. 

McDaniel enters his third year as Dolphins head coach with a 20-14 record, but after Detroit won two playoff games last season, Miami now has the longest drought since a playoff win. 

It's 24 years and counting, but can their schedule help them finish top of their division and earn a home playoff game?

New England Patriots

The Mayo/Maye era gets under way this season in New England with fans hoping the rookie head coach/quarterback partnership can be as successful as it was for Houston last season. 

Jerod Mayo takes over as the new head coach from Bill Belichick and Drake Maye was the second of six quarterbacks taken in the first 16 picks of this year's draft. 

After the Patriots started 0-1 in the previous three seasons, Mayo and Maye will be eager to get his first win on the opening weekend.   

New York Jets

The football gods were not on the side of the New York Jets last season, as Aaron Rodgers' first season with the team lasted just four snaps before a ruptured Achilles left the Jets season in ruins.

After finishing the season fourth in their division, the Jets will hope Rodgers can return to his best form from the Green Bay years. 

The Jets have recorded just one winning season in the last 13 years, and none in the last eight. Can Rodgers end one of the longest droughts in the NFL and lead the team to the playoffs for the first time in 14 seasons? 

Baltimore Ravens

One of the problems with winning your division is that you are guaranteed a tough schedule the following season. Of the Ravens' 14 non-division opponents, 10 made the playoffs last year, including five division champions. 

The AFC North was the most competitive division in the NFL last season, which saw all four teams combine for a league-high 43 wins. All four finished with winning records, Baltimore doing so for the eighth successive season.  

But when it came to the playoffs, Baltimore's hopes were ended at their M&T Bank Stadium, where the Kansas City Chiefs beat them 17-10. A rematch with the Chiefs is the opening game for the Ravens this season, but this time it's at Arrowhead.

Cincinnati Bengals

A total of 66 quarterbacks started NFL games last season, and arguably the biggest injury was to Cincinnati's signal caller Joe Burrow. 

The Bengals were primed for a good run at reaching their second Super Bowl in three seasons, but torn ligaments in Burrow's throwing hand ended his season in Week 11. 

If Burrow can stay fit this season, there is a good chance the Bengals can challenge for a first ever Super Bowl trophy. 

Cleveland Browns

Cleveland's reward for finishing last season by winning seven of their final 10 games to make the playoffs is to be handed the toughest schedule for 2024, based on their opponents' win percentage. 

Joe Flacco was under center for the latter stages of the season after Deshaun Watson suffered a season-ending shoulder injury in Week 10 -- and missing three games before that. 

If Watson stays fit and plays all 17 games, the Browns could go further than Wild Card Weekend. 

Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers schedule for 2024 is the third toughest after finishing with a 10-7 record last season. Head coach Mike Tomlin's record of not recording a losing season remains intact, but will he manage another with this year's schedule?

The trades to bring Justin Fields and Russell Wilson to Pittsburgh could be some of the best pieces of business done ahead of the new season, and the pair will bring a new dimension to the way the Steelers play. 

The Steelers, who welcome the Chiefs on Christmas Day, won five of their six AFC North games last season and will need a similar record to achieve their goals this season. 

Houston Texans

The Houston Texans are a good example for every team to follow. They have gone from winning three games in 2022 to 10 wins last year to make the playoffs. 

Last season's success, which saw a first AFC South title in four years, was built on a rookie head coach/quarterback partnership. DeMeco Ryans trusted C.J. Stroud to start the season. The rookie quarterback repaid the faith shown in him.

Expectation levels are high for the season, but it's a tough-looking schedule for the Texans, who host the Ravens on Christmas Day.

Indianapolis Colts

Anthony Richardson's rookie season lasted just five games last season before an injury to his AC joint in his throwing shoulder ended his season. 

Can he help Indianapolis end the NFL's worst run of results on the opening weekend? 

The Colts have not won a season opener since beating the Raiders 21-17 in Indianapolis to start the 2013 season. Can they end that dismal record this year?

Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jaguars start the 2024 season with two QBs drafted No. 1 and 15 in the 2021 draft. Trevor Lawrence will remain as the starting QB, but former Patriot Mac Jones will be ready if called upon.

Last season the Jaguars played back-to-back games in London and won both to improve their record in London in the last three years to 3-1. 

Another trip to London to play back-to-back games awaits this season, but they have mastered the overseas trip.

Tennessee Titans

There are key changes in Tennessee with Brian Callahan handed the head coach's role for the new season.

The Titans, who will be without talisman running back Derrick Henry this season, will hope to do something they haven't done since 2020. 

Tennessee has started 0-1 in each of the last three seasons. A winning start will set the Titans up nicely for their more favorable schedule. 

Denver Broncos

Sean Payton made a gutsy call to trade veteran quarterback Russell Wilson and draft Bo Nix in the first round with the 12th overall pick. Zach Wilson will be the backup.

The Broncos have the best opening weekend record in the AFC, despite losing their first games in each of the last two seasons. 

Can they get off to a winning start this year?

Kansas City Chiefs

Does it matter who the Chiefs play in the regular season? They often find a way to make it to the AFC championship game. 

A trip to San Francisco in a rematch of Super Bowl LVI is one of the standout games on the schedule for the Chiefs, who are looking to become the first team to three-peat in the Super Bowl era. 

It seems unfair that the defending champions only have six games against playoff teams from last season, but that's down to pre-determined nature of the schedule. 

Las Vegas Raiders

Antonio Pierce has been kept on as head coach after doing a great job as interim coach last season, ending the season 5-4. The honeymoon period is over.

The Raider Nation will demand success even though the team remains in the same division as the Chiefs. One of the biggest decisions Pierce had to make was who would lead their offense?

Is Gardner Minshew the man to bring the Raiders glory? Time will tell.

Los Angeles Chargers

All eyes will be on Jim Harbaugh on his return to the NFL as a head coach. 

Harbaugh's last season in the NFL with the 49ers in 2014 ended with an 8-8 record, and he will expect to do better this season with Justin Herbert under center. 

He inherits a team with the third most favorable schedule, based on their opponents' win percentage last season. Who's got it better than the Chargers? Not many. 

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