NFL Football Schedule

NFL football schedule action is going to feature the Cleveland Browns more than ever.

If you don’t know all of the players on Cleveland, you probably will before the 2008 NFL schedule is complete. The Browns went 10-6 last season but for some reason the NFL networks are in love with them this season, as they are featured in five prime-time games.

NFL football schedule history shows that the Browns have not been on Monday Night Football since 2003 but will be on three times during the 2008 NFL schedule. They are home in Week 6 against the New York Giants, Week 11 at Buffalo and Week 15 at Philadelphia. They are on Sunday Night Football on NBC in Week 2 as they host the Pittsburgh Steelers. They are also on the NFL Network in Week 10 of the NFL football schedule as they host Denver. They play eight games in the NFL football schedule against teams that made the playoffs last season including five of their first seven games. It is a very tough 2008 NFL schedule and the TV executives could be stuck if the Browns fall flat in the NFL football schedule this season.

As you look at the NFL football schedule there are definitely games you will want to see. The top one occurs in Week 9 as Indianapolis hosts New England. This is usually the most watched game of the regular season and should be on the 2008 NFL schedule as well. The Patriots are going to be one of the most followed teams on the NFL football schedule. Their first tough game of the season is in Week 6 as they are at San Diego. These two teams have already developed a nasty little rivalry.

Speaking of the Browns again, they face Indianapolis in Week 13. The Browns are still upset to this day that the Colts tanked the final week of the regular season last year against Tennessee when a Colts win would have gotten Cleveland into the playoffs. Another game of huge interest in the NFL football schedule is also in Week 9 as the Cowboys are at the New York Giants in a playoff rematch.

The game in London, England this year looks like a good one on the NFL football schedule. Instead of having the rotten Dolphins as they did last year, the NFL this time has San Diego and New Orleans. That matchup on the NFL football schedule makes the game worth watching. The other international game on the NFL football schedule is in Toronto in Week 14 as Miami plays Buffalo.