Coverage of these games is led by the Philadelphia Eagles at Carolina Panthers from the Bank of America Stadium and finishes the day with the St. Louis Rams at Seattle Seahawks from Qwest Field. The 2009 NFL schedule has FOX television broadcasting 109 regular-season games and you can bet on all of them at SBG Global.
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Televised NFL football schedule action on FOX has a number of great games including the Thanksgiving match-up between the Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Lions. Other great match-ups on the 2009 NFL schedule on FOX for Week 1 include the Minnesota Vikings at Cleveland Browns, the Detroit Lions at New Orleans Saints, and the San Francisco 49ers at the Arizona Cardinals, among others. For those who plan to wager on the earlier games on the NFL football schedule, Week 1 of the NFL football schedule seems to be a very appetizing one.
Week 2 of the NFL football schedule features another week of exciting match-ups, starting off with the Carolina Panthers visiting the Michael Vick’s former team, the Atlanta Falcons in the ATL’s own Georgia Dome. The Vikings will try to tame the Lions in Detroit, and also featured in the NFL football schedule the Saints travel north to try and clip the Eagles wings at Lincoln Financial Field. The 2009 NFL schedule has the Rams traveling east to play the Redskins, and the Seahawks fly south to sunny San Francisco to steal some gold from the 49ers. Week 2 of the NFL football schedule shows just as much action, if not more than Week 1.
The NFL football schedule for the preseason is already underway, with only two weeks left. Once August finishes up, FOX will televise no more games until the regular season begins. On Thursday August 27th the Miami Dolphins will visit the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for their second to last game of the preseason. After that, the NFL football schedule will see one more week of games, but none that FOX will televise.
FOX will finish up the NFL football schedule for the regular season with a few games between New Orleans and Carolina, Philly at Dallas, the Giants at the Vikings, Green Bay at Arizona, and more. The 2009 NFL schedule will be more exciting and more action packed than last year’s NFL football schedule.