2022 NFL Schedule Release: Rams Opponents, Preview, Full List of Teams in Regular Season Schedule

The Los Angeles Rams’ mission to repeat themselves as Super Bowl champions is now a goal, and you can tell that’s a goal for the franchise given their free-agent commitments with Allen Robinson and Bobby Wagner . Matthew Stafford doesn’t want the 2021 season to be a one-time thing and he’s focused on expanding his legacy.

The Rams will again be one of the better teams in the NFL, but they play in one of the toughest divisions in the league. To make matters worse, they face the AFC West this season, which may have overtaken the NFC West as the toughest division this offseason with newcomers like Russell Wilson, Davante Adams, JC Jackson and Khalil Mack.

Below we give a full rundown of the teams set to play in Los Angeles this year while we await the release of the official schedule on May 12th. This article will be updated once the schedule is official.

Opponent 2022


Seattle Seahawks: No more Russell Wilson on offense, no more Bobby Wagner as captain on defense. The Seahawks may be rebuilding this season, but Pete Carroll seems confident in Geno Smith and/or Drew Lock moving forward.

San Francisco 49ers: These teams played three times last year, including the NFC Championship game. This 49ers team could be either a Super Bowl sleeper or a disappointing flop in 2022. Trey Lance is the new quarterback, and then we don’t know what the future holds for Deebo Samuel.

Arizona Cardinals: While the Cardinals appeared to be one of the best teams in the league halfway through last season, the Rams went 2-1 against Kyler Murray and Co. — including a playoff win. With Murray’s extension goals and DeAndre Hopkins’ suspension, it will be interesting to see if this team can get off to a hot start like last season.

Carolina Panther: Carolina has a quarterback question and a head coach question. Last year was a nightmare fueled by injuries on both sides of the ball and everyone is unsure what 2022 will be like for this club.

Atlanta Falcons: The Falcons have an amazing team this year. They have a new quarterback who will be either Marcus Mariota or Desmond Ridder, a rising star at the tight end in Kyle Pitts and a new receiver in Drake London. However, it remains to be seen whether this defense has improved.

Dallas Cowboys: America’s Champion hosts America’s Team. These two teams last faced each other in 2020 when the Rams emerged victorious. In fact, the Rams have won three of the last four against the Cowboys. Dallas went 12-5 and won the NFC East last season. You can keep up with anyone and this could be game of the week.

Las Vegas Robbers: Derek Carr and Davante Adams, the new dynamic duo in the west. The Raiders also made some nice additions on defense in Chandler Jones, Jayon Brown and Rock Ya-Sin. Also, expect Trevon Moehrig to make a nice step forward as a sophomore.

Denver Broncos: This roster of Broncos has been ready to compete for about a year, and now they finally have a starting quarterback in Russell Wilson. Warning, Denver could be a Super Bowl contender if Wilson is still a top 10 passer.

Buffalo bills: The Bills are one of the favorites to win the Super Bowl this year, and with good reason. This offense is explosive and the defense is strong. Could this be a Super Bowl LVII preview?


Seattle Seahawks

San Francisco 49ers

Arizona Cardinals

Saints of New Orleans: The Saints don’t have Sean Payton anymore, but honestly they should be a lot better in 2022. Jameis Winston led New Orleans to a 5-2 record before tearing his cruciate ligament, the Saints drafted a safe wideout in Chris Olave to pair with Michael Thomas and then swung for the fences by signing hometown hero Tyrant Mathieu. This team will be better than you expect.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Any Tom Brady-managed opponent will always be tough, and although he retired for a couple of weeks this offseason, he showed no signs of slowing down in 2021. In fact, he’s passed a career-high 5,316 yards! This team will be another contender and a good NFC dipstick matchup.

Green Bay packers: Aaron Rodgers lost Adams, but you can never rule this team out. Green Bay has won 13 games in three straight seasons. The Packers also bolstered defense with two first-round picks, both of which came from the University of Georgia.

Kansas City chiefs: Patrick Mahomes lost his top wideout at Tyreek Hill this offseason, but Kansas City stepped out and found an intriguing slot weapon in Skyy Moore in the draft. The Chiefs have also paid a lot of attention to the defensive side of the ball this offseason and could be even better there in 2022. This matchup has all the makings of a fun shootout.

Chargers from Los Angeles: The Chargers are an up and coming team and could well win the 2022 AFC West. Brandon Staley has a young star quarterback in Justin Herbert and a defense that has been completely overhauled with Khalil Mack and JC Jackson.

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TBA 2022 NFL Schedule Release: Rams Opponents, Preview, Full List of Teams in Regular Season Schedule

Justin Scacco

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