NFL 2008 schedule highlights on CBS television are numerous.
The 2008 NFL schedule on CBS includes both international games in London and Toronto. The New Orleans Saints battle the San Diego Chargers in London while the Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills battle in Toronto.
NFL 2008 schedule action on CBS begins on Sunday, September 7 at 1:00 pm Eastern time. The NFL 2008 schedule on CBS also includes preseason contests including a primetime battle between Houston and Dallas. There will be a total of 106 games for CBS on the 17 week NFL 2008 schedule. The 2008 NFL schedule for CBS also continues in the playoffs with the AFC Wild Card playoff game on January 4, 2009, two divisional playoff games on January 10th and January 11th and the AFC Championship Game on January 18th.
Since NBC and ESPN get the pick of some of the best games it means that teams like Miami and Kansas City will always be televised on CBS or FOX since they have no primetime games on the NFL 2008 schedule. The Dolphins and Chiefs are televised on CBS a total of 14 times each on the 2008 NFL schedule. The Tennessee Titans, Houston Texans, Cincinnati Bengals and Buffalo Bills are on CBS a total of 13 times each on the NFL 2008 schedule.
The New York Jets, Baltimore Raves and Oakland Raiders are on CBS a total of 12 times each on the NFL 2008 schedule. The Denver Broncos and Jacksonville Jaguars will be on CBS a total of 11 times each on the NFL 2008 schedule. The Indianapolis Colts and Cleveland Browns will be on CBS a total of 10 times each on the 2008 NFL schedule. The New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers and San Diego Chargers are on CBS a total of 9 times on the NFL 2008 schedule.
CBS has a total of nine doubleheader weekends on the NFL 2008 schedule. Some of the best CBS games on the NFL 2008 schedule include Pittsburgh vs. Indianapolis, Pittsburgh vs. Philadelphia, Pittsburgh vs. New England, Indianapolis vs. Minnesota and San Diego vs. Pittsburgh The Thanksgiving Day game on CBS has the Tennessee Titans visiting Detroit to take on the Lions.
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