Commissioner Roger Goodell announced Thursday that the NFL would return to Europe for a game in the 2008 regular season.
Miami and the New York Giants met at London's Wembley Stadium in October and more than 80,000 fans showed up for the game.
The league is expected to formalize the two teams for the game during the Super Bowl week as well as the venue.
Could the NFL call on the Bears, a cornerstone franchise of the league, to play in the game? It's not exactly European Vacation ... and it's unknown how the organization would feel about the idea.
It's a complicated issue for a variety of reasons, not the least of which is one team has to give up a home game. That means they can sell tickets to only nine games--seven in the regular season and two preseason.