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    2007 Regular Season
    Date Time Opponent ('06 Record) TV/Score Download
    Sunday, September 9 1:15 pm Chicago Bears ^# FOX
    Sunday, September 16 5:15 pm @ New England ^# NBC
    Sunday, September 23 10:00 am @ Green Bay CBS
    Sunday, September 30 1:15 PM Kansas City Chiefs ^ CBS
    Sunday, October 7 1:15 pm @ Denver CBS
    Sunday, October 14 1:15 pm Oakland Raiders CBS
    Sunday, October 21 BYE
    Sunday, October 28 1:05 pm Houston Texans CBS
    Sunday, November 4 10:00 am @ Minnesota CBS
    Sunday, November 11 5:15 pm Indianapolis Colts ^# NBC
    Sunday, November 18 10:00 am* @ Jacksonville CBS
    Sunday, November 25 1:15 pm* Baltimore Ravens ^# CBS
    Sunday, December 2 10:00 am* @ Kansas City ^
    CBS
    Sunday, December 9 10:00 am* @ Tennessee CBS
    Sunday, December 16 1:15 pm* Detroit Lions FOX
    Monday, December 24 5:00 pm Denver Broncos ESPN
    Sunday, December 30 1:15 pm @ Oakland


    Which games you guys feel will impact the season most? Which do you want to see the most? I can't wait to go back into NE and beat up on the Patriots pretty good. The Colts game should be exciting too.

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    Ugh, this schedule reminds me of the 05 schedule which was everyone's favorite excuse for why we didn't make the playoffs. We do get to play against the weak NFC Central, but so does everyone else in the division. But playing a first place schedule in the AFC is murder. I don't know how the Colts and Pats do it every year. At least the Ravens and Colts games are at home (I could be wrong but I believe the last time the Colts came to SD was the 1995 wild card game).

    It's just a difficult schedule, but as always how we do in our division is going to determine the fate of the team. Looking at Denver's schedule, it's far easier, so we have to make it count against them (and SD) in order to defend the division championship. I think we can say though that HFA is probably out of the question this year.
    aka KGB Chicken

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    • #3
      Our first part of the schedule may be hard, but the last 3 of 4 games are against ****** teams

      Thanks to Bantx for the cool sig.
      RIP SEAN TAYLOR #21

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      • #4
        Originally posted by sdpads24 View Post
        Our first part of the schedule may be hard, but the last 3 of 4 games are against ****** teams
        Denver and Tennesee could be tough games, but its good we end at Oakland, in case we need to make a last week push for the playoffs.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by JK17 View Post
          Denver and Tennesee could be tough games, but its good we end at Oakland, in case we need to make a last week push for the playoffs.
          I keep forgeting that Tenn is considered a ''good team'' now. There were a few years where they just flat out sucked.

          Thanks to Bantx for the cool sig.
          RIP SEAN TAYLOR #21

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          • #6
            Originally posted by sdpads24 View Post
            I keep forgeting that Tenn is considered a ''good team'' now. There were a few years where they just flat out sucked.
            Eh, they're not great, but they cant be looked at too lightly any more

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