NY Giants 2024 schedule: Full list of 2024-25 opponents and dates

The official Giants schedule is out for 2024!
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No need to wait any further, NY Giants fans. After plenty of speculation, the official schedule for the G-Men has arrived and you can start making all of your plans. There were some leaks that dropped early on, which already has you getting ready for a Week 1 matchup with the Minnesota Vikings.

With that said, how does the rest of the year look for the G-Men and Daniel Jones (or Drew Lock)? There are three primetime games, a trip to Munich to take on the Panthers and more for Big Blue supporters. Below, we have the full breakdown of the schedule for you to check out:

Full NY Giants 2024 NFL schedule has been released

• Week 1: vs. Vikings
• Week 2: at Commanders
• Week 3: at Browns
• Week 4: vs. Cowboys (Thurday Night Football)
• Week 5: at Seahawks
• Week 6: vs. Bengals (Sunday Night Football)
• Week 7: vs. Eagles
• Week 8: at Steelers (Monday Night Football )
• Week 9: vs. Commanders
• Week 10: Panthers (Germany game in Munich)
• Week 11: Bye
• Week 12: vs. Buccaneers
• Week 13: at Cowboys (Thanksgiving Day Game)
• Week 14: vs. Saints
• Week 15: vs. Ravens
• Week 16: at Falcons
• Week 17: vs. Colts
• Week 18: at Eagles

The three primetime games will be against the Cowboys in Week 4 for Thursday Night Football, Week 6 vs. the Bengals for Sunday Night Football and a Week 8 matchup in Pittsburgh against the Steelers for Monday Night Football. On top of that, there's the game in Germany, plus a Thanksgiving Day Game against the Cowboys in Dallas.

As we've said multiple times, there's plenty of pressure on the G-Men to bounce back in 2024, but some new faces in town have fans believing that some quality wins will be on the way. For starters, Malik Nabers is finally No. 1 wide receiver this team has been begging for.

The dream is that Nabers can be a superstar target for Jones and become the first Big Blue WR to post a 1,000-yard season since Odell Beckham Jr. was still in town. On defense, Brian Burns is one of the best pass-rushers in the game and he's going to be ready to be electric with Kayvon Thibodeaux.

The Giants started off terribly last season, which can't be the case again in '24. If Jones wants to somehow find a way to save his job, he has to produce like the $160 million quarterback Joe Schoen believed him to be. Things will start Week 1 vs. Minnesota, a team Jones owned in the Wild Card Round of the postseason in 2022.