The ten most amazing matches of the 2022 season

The ten most amazing matches of the 2022 season

Welcome to the Pick Six newsletter’s Friday the 13th issue!

Anyway, I’m guessing you already know what we’re going to be covering today and if you guessed the NFL schedule, then you are correct. We’re going to cover the schedule release, the schedule release and more schedule release.

The NFL SCHEDULE WAS RELEASED LAST NIGHT, and I’m not sure if everyone has heard. If you’re wondering why I’m writing in all caps, it’s because I haven’t slept in 31 hours, have consumed nine cups of coffee since last night, and my brain is so fried that I have no idea what’s real or how a keyboard works. I’ve also seen the Chargers’ schedule release video more times than I’d like to confess. If you haven’t seen it yet, you can do so by clicking here. It has nearly 160,000 Twitter likes, which I’m not sure if speaks more about the video or Twitter users.

As always, here’s your weekly reminder to tell all your friends to sign up for the newsletter. All you have to do is click here and then share the link. Alright, let’s get to the rundown.

Instead of me as host, Will Brinson was in charge of things today and the two of us broke down the release of the 2022 NFL schedule. Although we didn’t go through every team’s schedule, we did cover the big stuff. First, we went through some of the biggest games in Week 1 and even made a few picks. For instance, Brinson and I both think the Broncos are going to destroy the Seahawks in the opening Monday night game. Does that mean you should fade us and bet Seattle? Probably.

I wasn’t the host of today’s episode of the Pick Six Podcast, which was probably for the best, because if I had been hosting, I would have demanded that we go over every single game on the schedule, which probably would have taken roughly 11 hours.

After that, we went through the holiday games, which don’t just include Thanksgiving this year: The NFL also put THREE Christmas games on the schedule (Packers at Dolphins, Broncos at Rams, Buccaneers at Cardinals). With Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Russell Wilson and the defending Super Bowl champs all playing on Dec. 25, it seems like the NFL’s plan on Christmas is to make everyone forget that the NBA exists.

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