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2008 NFL Football Schedule

As usual, the National Football League season will start during the first week of September. The first game will be held on Thursday the fourth of September. The NFL Football Schedule for this year�s season already has most of the locations for the games set up. The games themselves are already set, but the pre-season has yet to get underway. The pre-season will start on Sunday, August third this year. The first game of the pre-season will be between the Indianapolis Colts and the Washington Redskins. The first real game of the season will also include the Washington Redskins, but they will be playing the New York Giants in this game instead of the Colts.

The next set of games and teams to play will be kick off on Sunday September seventh. These games already have set locations. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be playing the New Orleans Saints in New Orleans to start off the first weekend of spectacular NFL football. The Saint Louis Rams will be playing at the Philadelphia Eagles stadium as well. On this Sunday the New York Jets will be playing at Miami as well as Kansas City playing at New England. Houston will be playing at Pittsburgh, Cincinnati will be playing at Baltimore, Detroit will play in Atlanta, Seattle will visit Buffalo, Jacksonville will play in Tennessee, Dallas will be at Cleveland, Carolina at San Diego, Arizona at San Francisco, and Chicago at Indianapolis. Tickets for these games are already for sale and can be bought over the internet or at your local Ticketmaster outlet. All these games will be starting around one in the afternoon if you are watching on your television or if you have the National Football League Sunday ticket from a satellite provider. On Monday September eighth Minnesota will be playing at Green Bay and Denver at Oakland. More than one game for Monday Night Football for week one! These tickets are also ready for sale. These are all the games for week one of the NFL football schedule for 2008.

Week two of the NFL schedule for 2008 starts on Sunday September fourteenth. The games held on this day include: Oakland at Kansas City, Green Bay at Detroit, Tennessee at Cincinnati, Chicago at Carolina, Buffalo at Jacksonville, New Orleans at Washington, Indianapolis at Minnesota, New York Giants at Saint Louis, San Francisco at Seattle, Atlanta at Tampa Bay, Miami at Arizona, New England at New York Jets, Baltimore at Houston, San Diego at Denver and Pittsburgh at Cleveland. Monday night football for week 2 will see Philadelphia playing Dallas at their stadium in Texas. All of the tickets for these games are also ready for sale on the internet or at your local ticket retailer. There will only be select games played in certain areas of the nation. So, if you cannot see a game at the stadium or because it is too far away for coverage in your area you can look into a television package like the Sunday NFL ticket so you do not miss out on any of the games this season, and you can get your pro football fix. If you are not able to do this you can always see the highlights of a particular game and find the scores over the internet.

Submitted by:

Hal Lewis

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