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    Found this site that list out the Schedules for all the NFL teams and who they play out of the division

    http://www.johnnyroadtrip.com/sched...future_nfcw.htm

    Note: Each team plays the other teams in its division home and away each season in addition to games listed; last game in each column to be determined by previous year's finish

    ST. LOUIS vs.

    2002
    HOME

    Dallas
    NY Giants
    Oakland
    San Diego
    NFC North

    AWAY

    Philadelphia
    Washington
    Denver
    Kansas City
    NFC South

    2003
    HOME

    Green Bay
    Minnesota
    Baltimore
    Cincinnati
    NFC South

    AWAY

    Chicago
    Detroit
    Cleveland
    Pittsburgh
    NFC East

    2004
    HOME

    New Orleans
    Tampa Bay
    New England
    NY Jets
    NFC East

    AWAY

    Atlanta
    Carolina
    Buffalo
    Miami
    NFC North

    2005
    HOME

    Philadelphia
    Washington
    Jacksonville
    Tennessee
    NFC South

    AWAY

    Dallas
    NY Giants
    Houston
    Indianapolis
    NFC North

    2006
    HOME

    Chicago
    Detroit
    Denver
    Kansas City
    NFC East

    AWAY

    Green Bay
    Minnesota
    Oakland
    San Diego
    NFC South

    2007
    HOME

    Atlanta
    Carolina
    Cleveland
    Pittsburgh
    NFC North

    AWAY

    New Orleans
    Tampa Bay
    Baltimore
    Cincinnati
    NFC East

    2008
    HOME

    Dallas
    NY Giants
    Buffalo
    Miami
    NFC North

    AWAY

    Philadelphia
    Washington
    New England
    NY Jets
    NFC South

    2009
    HOME

    Green Bay
    Minnesota
    Houston
    Indianapolis
    NFC South

    AWAY
    Chicago
    Detroit
    Jacksonville
    Tennessee
    NFC East

    The Saints in 2004, Titans 2005 and we don't get the Texans till 2009.

    Looking forward to having the Aint's revisit

  • #2
    I have to assume you mean we don't get Houston at the E.J. Dome until 2009. By then, they may be based in L.A. LOL!!!

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