NFL schedule release videos have become almost as much of a storyline as the releases themselves. Organizations' social media and creative teams now put in hours upon hours creating meticulous productions. , we got a hilarious and incredibly well-done anime schedule reveal from the Chargers and a full-on action mini-movie from the Rams. Talk about Hollywood.
What did the teams have in store for us this year? Here's every team's video, in alphabetical order.
The Cardinals went simple here with Kyler Murray and Marquise Brown tossing a football back and forth and the caption "wait for it..." -- a likely nod to the fans' wait until Murray returns from a knee injury.
The Falcons started their video collaborating with musical superstar and Georgia native Quavo before using a bevy of social media stars in a Tik Tok-esque reveal of each opponent.
When you have a player as electric as Lamar Jackson -- finally signed to -- as narrator, what more do you need?
The Bills let their players live out their "dreams" for their release video. That includes Josh Allen as a paperboy.
As the tweet suggests, the Panthers put on a bunch of skits previewing every single opponent of their 2023 season. Even "the new guy," Bryce Young, gets in on the action.
The Bears served up their schedule with Justin Fields preparing some Chicago classics. Remember: no ketchup on hotdogs!
The Bengals' video features a week-by-week reveal with a variety of cell phone apps. The highlight here is easily Cincinnati mayor Aftab Pureval being filmed by new tackle Orlando Brown Jr. and saying he has "nothing else to add" about the matchup with the Chiefs after .
Several Cowboys players and even Jerry Jones' "audition" for Yellowstone co-creator Taylor Sheridan here.
Peyton Manning and plenty of members from the iconic comedy show "The Office" help put together the schedule... but things go a little awry.
The Lions go with hilarious AI voiceovers of head coach Dan Campbell and plenty of others while playing Madden.
The upbeat background music, the old-time graphics and some truly awful puns? It's all here in the Packers' schedule release.
The Texans host a block party featuring plenty of special guests and not featuring many opposing fans.
The actor featured in the Jaguars video is none other than Asher Grodman from the CBS hit comedy ''Ghosts.'' Grodman has been a Jaguars fan since the team began play in 1995.
Grodman said via SB Nation that the Jags reached out to him once "Ghosts' really hit and later on approached him with the idea of doing the 2023 NFL schedule release video.
"I was down at the Players Championship [golf tournament in Florida] at Sawgrass and some of the people in the office started pitching me this idea of like, we want to do something with the NFL being scripted and it was this idea of rolling around like having the players audition for the new season.''
Kansas City Chiefs
The reigning champs deliver an app-inspired look at their 2023 opponents.
Los Angeles Chargers
The Chargers go back to anime, and for good reason. These are always laugh-out-loud funny.
Los Angeles Rams
It's another Tik Tok-themed reveal, this time from the Rams.
The high-flying Dolphins take us to the movie theater for their schedule reveal.
We get a full tour of the Vikings' facility in this unique reveal.
Devin McCourty begins his retirement with a schedule reveal and bumps into plenty of former Patriots along the way.
Apparently the Saints got the script for how the 2023 season will go, too. Will theirs be right, or do the Jaguars have the real one?
Can a group of Giants solve an escape room within an hour? Find out for yourself above.
If you haven't seen this guy before, he looks at a picture and tries to find it on a map. He's incredibly successful. The Jets, though, give him one-tenth of a second to look at only half the image, and it's in black and white. And he still nails it. Now if only he can find Aaron Rodgers' darkness retreat.
The Eagles put together an adorable compilation of their players' puppies revealing their schedule. It certainly helps that Philadelphia.
It's a schedule release video about how to make a schedule release video. Get it?!
Bay Area rapper Locksmith drops some bars for the 49ers' schedule.
Adorable. Simply adorable.
Celebrities, players past and present and even Jeff Fisher are out to party in Nashville.
Later Thursday, the Titans dropped, though, that might just be the best of the best:
The Commanders went with Major Tuddy, revealed as the new mascot late last season, as the star of their schedule release video. Major Tuddy uses "the newest AI software, Chat DMV" to put things together last-minute.