Playing in Baltimore is never easy but a week two Miami Dolphins match-up could be what you need if you are staying in the eastern U.S.
Baltimore has a lot to offer and is only a quick hop from Washington, D.C. if that is something you fancy. The food is fantastic, especially if you like seafood.
As for the game itself, it will be the Ravens revenge game for the embarrassing loss to the Dolphins in 2021 that truly spawned Miami’s seven game winning streak and saw the return of Tua Tagovailoa.
This early match-up is important for both teams but there is a long season that awaits them ahead.
So why Baltimore? A more intriguing match-up would be to see the Dolphins visit the Bengals. On paper, that is far more intriguing but given the comparison of cities I would choose to visit Baltimore over Cincinnati. There is far more to do in and around that area.
As for the game, yes, the Tua vs. Burrow match-up would be far more fun to see so if you choose the Bengals you won’t be missing too much.
The remaining games on the road consiste of Chicago, New York, Buffalo, New England, and Detroit.
After living in Detroit for several years, I would pass this destination unless I have family to visit or can’t book a flight anywhere else. Detroit is the last spot on my list this year.
New York is always a great time because of MetLife Takeover and there are a million things and more to do in NYC than anywhere else but we all already know how great that weekend is.
That leaves Buffalo, which has Niagra Falls, it’s awesome to see and more interesting than Orchard Park. Chicago too would be a nice change but I’d take a pass for the west coast.