The Giants will open their season with a nationally televised game Sept. 10 against their NFC East rivals, the Cowboys, the first of three prime-time games on the Giants’ 2023 schedule.
The NFL granted the Giants’ request to have two of their long trips in back-to-back weeks, allowing the team to stay out west and save the wear-and-tear of multiple cross-country flights.
The Giants will play against the Cardinals in Glendale, Ariz. in Week 2 and the plan is to stay in the Phoenix area for a few days before traveling to Santa Clara, Calif., for a Week 3 game against the 49ers on “Thursday Night Football.’’
The Giants, in what is designated as their home game, will face the Jets at MetLife Stadium — the building the two teams share — on Oct. 29.
There are three consecutive road games in Weeks 5, 6 and 7, the bye comes in Week 13 and the Giants have a “Monday Night Football’’ home game against the Packers on Dec. 11.
The Giants have a Christmas Day game in Philadelphia against the Eagles and close their regular season on Jan. 7 with a home game against the Eagles.
Giants 2023 NFL schedule
Week 1: Sept 10 vs. Dallas Cowboys, 8:20 p.m., NBC (Sunday Night Football)
Week 2: Sept. 17 at Arizona Cardinals
Week 3: Sept. 21 at San Francisco 49ers (Thursday Night Football)
Week 4: Oct. 2 vs. Seattle Seahawks, 8:15 p.m., ESPN (Monday Night Football)
Week 5: Oct. 8 at Miami Dolphins
Week 6: Oct. 15 at Buffalo Bills
Week 7: Oct. 22 at Washington Commanders
Week 8: Oct. 29 vs. New York Jets
Week 9: Nov. 5 at Las Vegas Raiders
Week 10: Nov. 12 at Dallas Cowboys
Week 11: Nov. 19 vs. Washington Commanders
Week 12: Nov. 26 vs. New England Patriots
Week 13: Bye
Week 14: Dec. 11 vs. Green Bay Packers (Monday Night Football)
Week 15: Dec. 17 at New Orleans Saints
Week 16: Dec. 25 at Philadelphia Eagles, 4:30 p.m., Fox
Week 17: Dec. 31 vs. Los Angeles Rams
Week 18: Jan. 7 vs. Philadelphia Eagles