The 2005 NFL schedule includes games from all 32 NFL teams. The schedule begins with Seattle at Philadelphia at 9:20 p.m., followed closely by Baltimore at N.Y. Jets at 8:20 p.m. The next day will be full of games. There are the Philadelphia Eagles at St. Louis (at 4:15 p.m.), the N.Y. Giants in Oakland (at 5:30 p.m.), and Tampa Bay at St. Louis (8:35 p.m.).
The Steel Curtain at Peyton Manning in Super Bowl XLIX will be the game to watch, but the Bears’ tough schedule will leave them feeling dejected. Although the Bears’ schedule isn’t difficult, the Packers will be playing four quarterbacks in five games. This includes two rookies. Rex Grossman’s knee injury won’t be a problem for the Packers. The Steel Curtain at Soldier Field promises to be an exciting matchup.
Before deciding who will start the 2005 season, the Bills should look at their quarterback. While Drew Bledsoe is the current backup, the Bills should not overlook the Dolphins (11-6) despite the head coach change. Miami has some intriguing players in its offense, including Dan Marino, a former NFL quarterback. After Nick Saban’s appointment as head coach, the Dolphins will be able to play well. Buffalo’s postseason run has been unmatched in recent history.