NFL 2008 Schedule

NFL 2008 schedule action kicks off with the defending Super Bowl Champion New York Giants hosting the Washington Redskins on Thursday, September 4th on NBC television.

2008 NFL schedule games continue on Sunday, September 7th with more exciting action. The first week of the NFL 2008 schedule concludes with a Monday night doubleheader as the Green Bay Packers host the Minnesota Vikings and the Denver Broncos are at the Oakland Raiders.

NFL 2008 schedule action has some excellent matchups including the always anticipated game between the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts. This season that game on the 2008 NFL schedule takes place on Sunday, November 2nd and takes place at Indianapolis. There are a number of excellent games on the NFL 2008 schedule. Week #2 of the 2008 NFL schedule has the Philadelphia Eagles taking on the Dallas Cowboys in Monday Night Football. An excellent AFC matchup on the NFL 2008 schedule occurs October 12th when New England takes on the San Diego Chargers. This will be the first test for the Patriots on their NFL 2008 schedule, which was rated as the easiest in the NFL.

Remember that date of November 2nd? It also has the Cowboys facing the Giants in their first meeting since last seasons’ playoffs when New York upset Dallas. This year’s Thanksgiving slate of games on the 2008 NFL schedule has Tennessee at Detroit, Seattle at Dallas and Arizona at Philadelphia.

If the regular season is not enough, playoff action gets underway in January with the Wild Card games on Saturday, January 3rd and Sunday, January 4th. The AFC and NFC divisional playoff games on the NFL 2008 schedule take place on Saturday, January 10th and Sunday, January 11th. The NFC and AFC Championship games on the NFL 2008 schedule are on Sunday, January 18th. Super Bowl XLIII in Tampa, Florida is on the NFL 2008 schedule for Sunday, February 1st. The NFL 2008 schedule wraps up with the Pro Bowl on Sunday, February 8th. All of these games should prove to be an exciting part of the NFL 2008 schedule.