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  • remix 6
    started a topic 2007 Strength Of Schedule

    2007 Strength Of Schedule

    Raiders .539
    Bills .539
    Patriots .535
    Jaguars .527
    Titans .520
    Colts .516
    Chiefs .516
    Jets .516
    Dolphins .512
    Steelers .512
    Bengals .512
    Ravens .508
    Browns .508
    Broncos .504
    Lions .504
    Texans .504
    Chargers .504
    Redskins .500
    Vikings .500
    Eagles .500
    Cowboys .496
    Giants .496
    Packers .492
    Seahawks .488
    Saints .484
    Panthers .477
    Buccaneers .473
    Rams .473
    Falcons .473
    49ers .469
    Bears .465
    Cardinals .461

    Patriots with 3rd toughest..err

    Cardinals/9ers time to shine?

  • Non_Sequitur
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    Originally posted by remix 6 View Post
    Raiders .539

    Good, they deserve to have the toughest schedule...

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  • Leon Sandcastle
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    The Bills with the hardest schedule for the 2nd year in a row.

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  • RaVeNFaNaCtIc
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    kinda sucks to see the ravens near the top of the list

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  • Staubach12
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    I'm very happy with Dallas' opponents next year. Wash, Philly, Giants, Jets, Pats, Packers, Vikes and Rams at Home and away at Wash, NYG, Philly, Chicago, Detroit, Carolina, Bills, and Miami.

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  • Go_Eagles77
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    Glad to see the eagles at .500

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  • Stash
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    Originally posted by CutlerChris View Post
    Actually not quite, after Denver is Detroit, then SD and someone else.
    The point still remains that the AFC is completely dominant over the NFC.

    (BTW, Detroit's .504 is the same as SD's and Houston's who are below them on the list, so if organized better the list could be split perfectly in half)

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  • eaglesalltheway
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    Originally posted by Xonraider View Post
    God help us this year.
    Not trying to be rude, but the Raiders are going to need all the help they can get.

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  • jetsfan3
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    With the 1st overall pick, the Oakland Raiders select RB Darren McFadden.
    Last edited by jetsfan3; 03-11-2007, 01:37 PM.

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  • MichaelJordanEberle (sabf)
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    Originally posted by Stash View Post
    Did anyone notice that the top half is all AFC teams and the bottom half is all NFC? That just goes to show how dominant the AFC has been over the NFC.
    Actually not quite, after Denver is Detroit, then SD and someone else.

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  • PalmerToCJ
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    I'm glad the Bengals aren't up top this year.

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  • Xonraider
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    God help us this year.

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  • Stash
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    Did anyone notice that the top half is all AFC teams and the bottom half is all NFC? That just goes to show how dominant the AFC has been over the NFC.

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  • Crazy_Chris
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    those numbers are decieving The vikings strength of schedule is .500 But we play the AFC West and the NFC East + Atlanta & San Fransisco... first we play arguably two of the best divisions from each conference than we play Falcons who are always dangerous, and than the 49er's which is a pretty good young team and with all the off- season renevations could become very dangerous so id say the vikings would be in the top 10 hardest schedueles at the very least more likely they should be in the top 5

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  • d34ng3l021
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    Originally posted by 24cadillac24 View Post
    We need all the help we can get
    And then some.

    ;)

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