Inside a cramped room on Manhattan's East Side, Mike North, Charlotte Carey and Onnie Bose have been huddling for months to determine the 2022 NFL schedule. North has been helping determine the schedule for the past quarter-century — before the advances of technology when the schedule was all done by hand, one game at a time. "The miracle isn't so much that we get through hundreds of thousands of contender schedules today, it's that we ever got one done by hand," he told "CBS Mornings" co-host Nate Burleson. The logistics behind the schedule go beyond weather and distances. Every game can happen in any one of the 18 weeks in the NFL season. It can be watched on any one of seven networks and at 10 different times. Games are also played in several different countries, including England, Mexico and Germany. U.S. and Mexican national flags are displayed at the Azteca stadium prior to the start of an NFL football game, in Mexico City. Dario Lopez-Mills / AP "You can put it on Sunday night. You could put it on Monday night. You could put it on Sunday afternoon. You could put it in Germany. You cou . . . read the full article here.