National Football League(NFL) regular season Schedule for the year 2007

All times are US/Eastern

* Note: Sunday night games in Weeks 11-17 subject to change.

WEEK 1
Thursday, Sep. 6 : New Orleans at Indianapolis 8:30 pm   

Sunday, Sep. 9
Atlanta at Minnesota 1:00 pm   
Carolina at St. Louis 1:00 pm   
Denver at Buffalo 1:00 pm   
Kansas City at Houston 1:00 pm   
Miami at Washington 1:00 pm   
New England at N.Y. Jets 1:00 pm   
Philadelphia at Green Bay 1:00 pm   
Pittsburgh at Cleveland 1:00 pm   
Tennessee at Jacksonville 1:00 pm   
Chicago at San Diego 4:15 pm   
Detroit at Oakland 4:15 pm   
Tampa Bay at Seattle 4:15 pm   
N.Y. Giants at Dallas 8:15 pm   

Monday, Sep. 10
Baltimore at Cincinnati 7:00 pm   
Arizona at San Francisco 10:15 pm   


WEEK 2
Sunday, Sep. 16
Atlanta at Jacksonville 1:00 pm   
Buffalo at Pittsburgh 1:00 pm   
Cincinnati at Cleveland 1:00 pm   
Green Bay at N.Y. Giants 1:00 pm   
Houston at Carolina 1:00 pm   
Indianapolis at Tennessee 1:00 pm   
New Orleans at Tampa Bay 1:00 pm   
San Francisco at St. Louis 1:00 pm   
Dallas at Miami 4:05 pm   
Minnesota at Detroit 4:05 pm   
Seattle at Arizona 4:05 pm   
Kansas City at Chicago 4:15 pm   
N.Y. Jets at Baltimore 4:15 pm   
Oakland at Denver 4:15 pm   
San Diego at New England 8:15 pm   

Monday, Sep. 17
Washington at Philadelphia 8:30 pm   


Student skatingInline skating — also known as rollerblading — is great exercise and a quick way to get around. According to the American Council on Exercise (ACE), an hour on skates burns almost as many calories as running. It also strengthens the muscles and connective tissues surrounding the ankles, knees and hips.

Plus, it’s a great way to enjoy being outside — as long as you wear protective gear and don’t crash into large objects. And unlike other sports on wheels (biking, race car driving), inline skating doesn’t require a huge investment. You can pick up a decent pair of skates for $100 to $200, which isn’t exactly pocket change, but it’s a whole lot less than the several hundred you’d spend for a new bike.

When buying skates, finding a good fit is extremely important. “Make sure the boot of the skate is comfortable,” says Joyce Buckley, certified in-line skating instructor. Take note of any pressure spots. If skates are uncomfortable when you try them on, Buckley says, don’t expect them to break in.

If you’re not sure whether inline skating is for you, “A good solution is to rent skates — the [protective] gear comes with the rentals — and try it,” Buckley says. If you decide to buy and you’re on a limited budget, she recommends shopping around. “Look for shops that will sell you their last season rentals at a low price.”