New York Giants

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA - JANUARY 21: Marcus Epps #22 of the Philadelphia Eagles tackles Daniel Jones #8 of the New York Giants during the first half in the NFC Divisional Playoff game at Lincoln Financial Field on January 21, 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)

The New York Giants and New York Jets will get a taste of the Holiday season later this year.

The NFL has announced a handful of games from its 272 gauntlet of a schedule and there were many surprises.

One of them was the Jets playing the Miami Dolphins on Black Friday at 3 p.m. There had been rampant speculation that Gang Green would play on Thanksgiving Day against Dallas but instead will spend Turkey Day at home before welcoming in the Fish on the busiest shopping day of the year.

The Jets Dolphins Black Friday game will be broadcast on Amazon; of course, fans in the Tri-State area will get the game on local television as well.

The Giants got an early Christmas gift, as it was confirmed they will play on Christmas Day down in Philadelphia at 4:30. It’s not a prime-time game, but 4:30 on Christmas Day is a terrific time to sit, relax and watch some football after unwrapping presents all morning.

The NFL also announced its international slate. The Jacksonville Jaguars will play two games in London, England this fall. One game against Atlanta Falcons on October 1, and the following week against the Buffalo Bills. The Tennessee Titans and Baltimore Ravens will also play in England on October 15.

The NFL did surprise with some intriguing match-ups for Frankfort, Germany. The Dolphins and Chiefs will tussle in Deutschland on November 5. The New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts will also play in Germany the following week on November 12.

The NFL also announced a huge surprise, the Chiefs and Bengals will not face one another in Week 1, but will see each other in Week 17 on New Year’s Eve. Stunning to say the least.

The Price of Beer at Every NFL Stadium In 2021-2022

  • Lions $5

  • Falcons $5

  • Jets $5

  • Bengals $5.27

  • Texans $6

  • Ravens $6.50

  • Browns $6.50

  • Cardinals $6.50

  • Broncos $7.50

  • Colts $8

  • Chiefs $8.50

  • Raiders $9

  • Steelers $9.29

  • Cowboys $9.50

  • Packers $9.50

  • Vikings $10

  • Titans $10.50

  • Panthers $10.50

  • Seahawks $10.50

  • Patriots $10.50

  • Eagles $11

  • Giants $11

  • Dolphins $11

  • Bears $11

  • Chargers $11

  • Bills $11

  • Rams $11

  • Jaguars $11.50

  • 49'ers $11.50

  • Saints $11.50

  • Buccaneers $11.50

  • Commanders $14

  • Wait, what?

    Yes, the team from Washington has the highest priced beer. A team that hasn’t finished above .500 in 5 years. They did make the playoffs in 2020 when they won the East with a 7-9 record.

    The Bengals need to up that price. That team is too good.

    The Dolphins will probably have to raise their beer prices to pay for legal fees and fines.