The NFL announced the 2023 schedule on Thursday night and we now know when the Los Angeles Rams play each of their 17 opponents.
The Rams will play the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday Night Football in Week 3, a rematch of L.A.’s Super Bowl win at the end of the 2021 season. The Rams have one other primetime game, playing the New Orleans Saints on Thursday Night Football on December 21st.
Times are all west coast and the appropriate time of day, of course.
Week 1 - September 10 at Seattle Seahawks, 1:25
Week 2 - September 17 vs San Francisco 49ers, 1:05
Week 3 - September 25 at Cincinnati Bengals (MNF), 5:15
Week 4 - October 1 at Indianapolis Colts, 10:00
Week 5 - October 8 vs Philadelphia Eagles, 1:05
Week 6 - October 15 vs Arizona Cardinals, 1:25
Week 7 - October 22 vs Pittsburgh Steelers, 1:05
Week 8 - October 29 at Dallas Cowboys, 10:00
Week 9 - November 5 at Green Bay Packers, 10:00
Week 10 - BYE
Week 11 - November 19 vs Seattle Seahawks, 1:25
Week 12 - November 26 at Arizona Cardinals, 1:05
Week 13 - December 3 vs Cleveland Browns, 1:25
Week 14 - December 10 at Baltimore Ravens, 10:00
Week 15 - December 17 vs Washington Commanders, 1:05
Week 16 - December 21 vs New Orleans Saints (TNF), 5:15
Week 17 - December 31 at New York Giants, 10:00
Week 18 - January 7 at San Francisco 49ers, TBD
The Rams have their Bye week in Week 10, which falls in mid-November. Los Angeles will finish the season against the 49ers in Santa Clara and open with an NFC West matchup against the Seahawks in Seattle.
The Rams are +6500 to win the Super Bowl per DraftKings Sportsbook, putting them in the bottom-10 for odds.