NFL Schedule All Teams

NFL schedule all teams action begins on September 4th with the Washington Redskins at the New York Giants on NBC television.

This is a great NFC East rivalry that should be a good way to start the 2008 NFL schedule.

NFL schedule all teams action on the first Sunday of the season, September 7th may be focused in Cleveland as the Browns host the Dallas Cowboys. The Browns are the “trendy” pick of many people, so it will be interesting to see how they handle the high-powered Cowboys. The next night on ESPN’s Monday night football, NFL schedule all teams action has the Minnesota Vikings at the Green Bay Packers in the first of an opening Monday night doubleheader with the Raiders and Broncos playing the late game.

NFL schedule all teams action for Week 2 has a great prime time contest as Philadelphia is at Dallas on Monday Night Football. The following week NFL schedule all teams focus will be on the AFC South battle between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Indianapolis Colts. An interesting rematch from last year’s playoffs occurs on October 5th when Jacksonville hosts Pittsburgh in NFL schedule all teams action. The following week is another rematch in NFL schedule all teams action as Green Bay is at Seattle.

Another excellent game on the 2008 NFL schedule is the rematch of the 2007 AFC Championship game as the Patriots are at San Diego on October 12th. The next day on Monday night football, everyone’s hot team, the Cleveland Browns get more exposure as they host the New York Giants in NFL schedule all teams action.

NFL schedule all teams action moves to London, England on October 26th as the San Diego Chargers and New Orleans Saints do battle. Perhaps the best day of the 2008 NFL schedule will be on Sunday, November 2nd as the New England Patriots play the Indianapolis Colts and the Dallas Cowboys face the New York Giants.

Late in the 2008 NFL schedule the Chargers go to Pittsburgh in an interesting matchup on the NFL schedule all teams slate. Another great San Diego game has them facing the Indianapolis Colts on November 23rd. Thanksgiving Day always has interesting games and this year’s NFL schedule all teams slate has Tennessee at Detroit, Seattle at Dallas and Arizona at Philadelphia. In December it is Miami facing Buffalo and the reason this game is significant is that it is the first regular season game ever for the NFL in Canada. The game will be played in Toronto. Another late season game worth keeping an eye on is the Colts at the Jaguars on December 18th.