The NFL released all 32 teams' regular season schedules on Wednesday night. In 202r, the New Orleans Saints will play seven teams that made it to the postseason last season.

The NFL season's opening game will be an AFC Championship rematch between the Baltimore Ravens and Kansas City Chiefs.

Photo by Mike Soileau
Photo by Mike Soileau

Next season, New Orleans will play in both the AFC West and the NFC East, assuming nothing changes in the NFL. Three of the Saints ' opponents were chosen based on their divisional ranking—which was second. This is how the situation for the black and gold will appear.

The Saints will open their season at the Caesars Superdome for the second consecutive year when they host the Panthers on Sunday, Sept. 8 (noon CT). New Orleans has won its last five season openers.

Atlanta Falcons v New Orleans Saints
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Three prime-time games are scheduled for the Black & Gold, including trips to Green Bay and Kansas City and a home game versus the Denver Broncos and former New Orleans head coach Sean Payton at the Caesars Superdome.

New Orleans Saints v Jacksonville Jaguars
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Sep. 8 Week 1: vs. Carolina Panthers
Sep. 15 Week 2: at Dallas Cowboys
Sep 22 Week 3: vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Sep 29 Week 4: at Atlanta Falcons
Oct. 7 Week 5: at Kansas City Chiefs (Monday Night Football)
Oct. 13 Week 6: vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Oct. 17 Week 7: vs. Denver Broncos (Thursday Night Football)
Oct 27 Week 8: at Los Angeles Chargers
Nov. 3 Week 9: at Carolina Panthers

Atlanta Falcons v New Orleans Saints
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Nov. 10 Week 10: vs. Atlanta Falcons
Nov. 17 Week 11: vs. Cleveland Browns
Nov. 24 Week 12: Bye Week
Dec. 1 Week 13: vs. Los Angeles Rams
Dec. 8 Week 14: at New York Giants
Dec 15 Week 15: vs. Washington Commanders
Dec 23 Week 16: at Green Bay Packers (Monday Night Football)
Dec. 29 Week 17: vs. Las Vegas Raiders
Jan. 4 or 5 Week 18: at Tampa Bay Bucs

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