The NFL released their 2008 schedule on Thursday. The Super Bowl champion New York Giants will open their season against Washington Redskins on Thursday September 4. Click the links below for more information about the team’s schedule and its playoff prospects. You can also view the 2007 schedule of the team and see which teams they will be playing on Sunday. This is the season to catch your favorite Giants game, whether you are a Super Bowl fan or not.
The 2008 New York Giants had a successful season. They ended up 12-4 and won Super Bowl XLII. The Giants finished the regular season 12-4 and were NFC East champions. They lost their first round playoff game to the Philadelphia Eagles, but started out 2008 hot. The Giants were perfect at 10-1 their first season and won the season with a win over New England Patriots.
The 2008 Giants have a stacked schedule. The road trip to Arizona was a highlight for fans. The team won their season opener and will face their NFC East rivals the following week. The Giants will continue their winning streak with Arizona’s road trip. The Giants will play three road games during the 2008 season. The team will travel to Arizona for their final week to face the Cardinals.
The first game on the schedule was at Cleveland on September 21. The Giants won by 38 point, their largest margin of victory since 1972. They also led the NFL in point differential, with +78 in four games. Next was the Tennessee Titans with +59. The Giants traveled to Cleveland for Week 6 for an interconference showdown. While the Browns had lost a hiccup with the bottlegate scandal, the Giants were eager to put the season behind them and win.
The Giants played the Houston Texans in the second game of their 2008 schedule on September 8. It was the Giants’ first regular-season match against an AFC North team since 1967. They were undefeated throughout the season, despite losing that game. The Giants won their third straight NFL championship. The Giants’ playoff appearances, and the team’s impressive record in the AFC West against rivals were some of the highlights of the season.
The Giants had their first home game in eight years, and they were determined to win their season opener on September 9. The Giants have won eight out of their last ten games on the road. This is their first home game since 1990’s Super Bowl XXV. The 2008 Giants schedule looks promising. It’s not easy to see the team winning five straight games if they’re not playing well.