This is the live blog for the San Francisco 49ers 2023 schedule release. It will be updated throughout the day. The official schedule release is set for 5:00 tonight.
7:25 The 49ers will have the second most travel miles in the NFL in 2023. San Francisco’s 29,958 miles will trail only Seattle’s 31,600.
7:30 The NFL has confirmed the 49ers will host the Dallas Cowboys in week 5 on Sunday Night Football. This marks the first prime time game for this rivalry since 1990.
San Francisco’s NFC championship game rematch with Philadelphia has been set for week 13 at Lincoln Financial Field.
7:35 If rumors prove true the 49ers will have a busy holiday schedule. Unconfirmed reports have the 49ers traveling to Seattle for a Thanksgiving night tilt and hosting the Baltimore Ravens on Christmas night.
7:55 According to an unconfirmed report San Francisco will travel to Minnesota in week 7 for a Monday Night Football matchup.
10:55 According to Warren Sharp, the 49ers will host the New York Giants in week 3 on Thursday Night Football.
12:46 Several schedule leaks are showing the 49ers opening on the road against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
2:53 Several leaks have shown the 49ers travel to Cleveland for week 6.
3:00 a pair of unconfirmed NFC West games come late in the season. These leaks have the 49ers visiting Arizona in week 15 and wrapping up the regular season at home against the Rams.
2023 49ers Schedule
Week 1 – September 10 @ Pittsburgh
Week 2 – September 17 @ Los Angeles Rams
Week 3 – September 21 New York Giants (TNF)
Week 4 – October 1 Arizona Cardinals
Week 5 – October 8 Dallas Cowboys (SNF)
Week 6 – October 15 @ Cleveland Browns
Week 7 – October 23 @ Minnesota Vikings (MNF)
Week 8 – October 29 Cincinnati Bengals
Week 9 – BYE
Week 10 – November 12 @ Jacksonville Jaguars
Week 11 – November 19 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Week 12 – November 23 @ Seattle Seahawks (Thanksgiving)
Week 13 – December 3 @ Philadelphia Eagles
Week 14 – December 10 Seattle Seahawks
Week 15 – December 17 @ Arizona Cardinals
Week 16 – December 25 Baltimore Ravens (MNF)
Week 17 – December 31 @ Washington Commanders
Week 18 – TBD Los Angeles Rams
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With 5 East coast games plus Minnesota on the road, it would not surprise me to if the team stayed back there more then just one time. Right now , that is a lot of flying coast to coast. It will be interesting to c how the NFL scheduled the NFC west since all 4 teams play basically the same opponents.
KS has said he is not sure if the 9ers will continue staying on the east coast between 2 east coast road games. He said the players have complained of exhaustion caused by not sleeping in their own beds. I imagine many of them have custom beds in their homes.
I wouldn’t be surprised if the team remained back there more than once considering that they have five East Coast games and Minnesota on the road. That is a lot of coast-to-coast flying at the moment. Since all four teams in the NFC West face essentially the same opponents, it will be interesting to see how the NFL arranged the division.
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