NY Giants 2023 schedule: Everything you need to know

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After a remarkable 2022 campaign where the NY Giants made countless haters eat their words, people can't wait to see how things go down in 2023. Joe Schoen and Co. just nailed things with the NFL Draft, adding Deonte Banks, John Michael Schmitz and Jalin Hyatt in the first three rounds.

Soon enough, the offseason program will get going again and then training camp will be here before you know it. Plus, the '23 regular season schedule will be dropped for fans to enjoy. So, when will that happen?

The NFL 2023 schedule is expected to be released on Thursday, May 11

According to NFL insider Adam Schefter, the NFL is eyeing Thursday, May 11 as the date to release the schedule. This would make plenty of sense, as the full schedule typically drops about two weeks after the NFL Draft gets underway.

There's plenty of intrigue across the league for next season, especially after the Jets were able to trade for future Hall-of-Fame quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Will the Jets and Giants end up facing off in primetime? We sure hope so.

Who will the NY Giants face off against in 2023?

While we wait for the official dates to be released, we do know who the Giants will be taking on next season. The full list of opponents has already been dropped. For the Giants, they will have home games this year against the Cowboys, Eagles, Commanders, Packers, Jets, Patriots, Rams and Seahawks.

Meanwhile for the road contests, the G-Men and Brian Daboll will be traveling to take on the Cowboys, Eagles, Commanders, Saints, Raiders, Cardinals, 49ers, Dolphins and Bills. That's a pretty fun list of teams Big Blue will be taking on later this year. Will a return trip to the playoffs be on the way? We can't wait to find out.

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