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  1. Regular season Schedule. The 2008 NFL season schedule was released on April 15. The Chiefs were reportedly one of the four teams being considered to play an international regular season game in London in 2008. Among the Chiefs, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New Orleans Saints, and Seattle Seahawks were in consideration.

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  2. 2008 National Football League season; Regular season; Duration: September 4 – December 28, 2008: Playoffs; Start date: January 3, 2009: AFC Champions: Pittsburgh Steelers: NFC Champions: Arizona Cardinals: Super Bowl XLIII; Date: February 1, 2009: Site: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida: Champions: Pittsburgh Steelers: Pro Bowl; Date: February 8, 2009: Site: Aloha Stadium ← 2007

  3. Sep 04, 2008 · 4:15 PM New England vs. San Francisco ---------CBS. 4:15 PM Cincinnati vs. Dallas ---------CBS. 8:15 PM Pittsburgh vs. Jacksonville. October 6, 2008 (Monday Night Football) 8:30 PM Minnesota vs. New Orleans. TV Coverage: ESPN FOX CBS NFL TV TrueSport, NBC. ============================================. P2P Webplayer.

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  7. Regular season Schedule. The 2008 NFL season schedule was released on April 15. The Chiefs were reportedly one of the four teams being considered to play an international regular season game in London in 2008. Among the Chiefs, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New Orleans Saints, and Seattle Seahawks were in consideration.

  8. The 2008 Miami Dolphins season was the franchise's 39th season in the National Football League, the 43rd overall and the first under new head coach Tony Sparano. During the regular season the Dolphins completed the greatest single-season turnaround in NFL history, going from a 1–15 regular season record in 2007 to an 11–5 record in 2008.

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