Every year the 32 teams across the NFL compete with each other to see who can be the most creative releasing their schedule. With ChatGPT taking over, the Washington Commanders featured its own spin on the AI generated chat technology. Led by mascot Major Tuddy with help from head coach Ron Rivera, the team’s schedule release video used “Chat DMV” to roll out the 2023 matchups.
The Commanders will start Week 1 at home against the Arizona Cardinals. This is the third time Washington will play Arizona in Week 1. Washington will host Dallas in Week 18 to close out the 2023-24 season. Last season against Dallas, the Commanders were 1-1 and finished the season with a 26-6 victory over the Cowboys.
Additional schedule notes:
- The Commanders will take on the NFC West and the AFC East this season as well as their NFC East division rivals. Washington will also be facing the fourth-place finishers of the AFC West, NFC North, and NFC South.
- Washington will play in two Primetime games this season: Week 5 vs. Chicago and Week 12 at Dallas. The Commanders are 6-6 all-time on Thursday Night Football.
- The Commanders will finish the season against a divisional opponent for the 14th straight season dating back to 2010.