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Old 10-20-2006   #1
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Default strength of schedule.........

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NFL:Teams/Divisions Ranked By Strength Of Schedule

How the teams stack up after five games based on their opponents records. Listed toughest schedule to easiest schedule.

#1 (#2) TAMPA BAY: RECORD 1-4
4-2 BAL ( L )
3-2 ATL ( L )
4-2 CAR ( L )
5-1 NO ( L )
3-2 CIN ( W )
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19-9=.678%

#2 (#4) GREEN BAY: RECORD 1-4
6-0 CHI ( L )
5-1 NO ( L )
1-5 DET ( W )
4-2 PHI ( L )
4-2 STL ( L )
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20-10=.666%

#3 (#3) NEW YORK GIANTS: RECORD 3-2
5-0 IND ( L )
3-2 PHI ( W )
4-1 SEA ( L )
2-4 WAS ( W )
3-2 ATL ( W )
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17-9=.653%

#4 (#6) ARIZONA: RECORD 1-5
2-4 S.F (W )
4-2 STL (L )
4-1 SEA ( L )
3-2 ATL ( L )
2-3 KC (L )
6-0 CHI ( L )
-------------
21-12=.636%

#5 (#5) DETROIT: RECORD 1-5
4-1 SEA ( L )
6-0 CHI ( L )
1-4 GB ( L )
4-2 STL ( L )
3-2 MIN ( L )
2-4 BUF ( W )
--------------
20-13=.606%

#6 (#8 ) CLEVELAND: RECORD 1-4
5-1 NO ( L )
3-2 CIN ( L )
4-2 BAL ( L )
0-5 OAK ( W )
4-2 CAR ( L )
--------------
16-12= .571%

#7 (#9) TENNESSEE: RECORD 1-5
3-3 NYJ (L )
5-1 SD ( L )
1-5 MIA ( L )
3-2 DAL (L )
5-0 IND ( L )
2-4 WAS ( W )
---------------
19-15=.558%

#8 (#13) OAKLAND: RECORD 0-5
4-1 SD ( L )
4-2 BAL (L )
1-4 CLE ( L )
2-4 SF ( L )
4-1 DEN (L )
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15-12=.555%

#9 (#14) JACKSONVILLE: RECORD 3-2
3-2 DAL ( W )
2-3 PIT ( W )
5-0 IND (L )
2-4 WAS ( L )
3-3 NYJ ( W )
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15-12=.555%

#10 (#10) HOUSTON: RECORD 1-4
4-2 PHI ( L )
5-0 IND ( L )
2-4 WAS ( L )
1-5 MIA (W )
3-2 DAL ( L )
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15-13=.535%

#11 (#18 ) CAROLINA: RECORD 4-2
3-2 ATL (L )
3-2 MIN (L )
1-4 TB ( W )
5-1 NO ( W )
1-4 CLE ( W )
4-2 BAL ( W )
-------------
17-15=.531%

#12 (#7) BUFFALO: RECORD 2-4
4-1 NE ( L )
1-5 MIA ( W )
3-3 NYJ ( L )
3-2 MIN ( W )
6-0 CHI ( L )
1-5 DET ( L )
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18-16=.529%

#13 (#1) DENVER: RECORD 4-1
4-2 STL (L )
2-3 KC (W )
4-1 NE (W )
4-2 BAL (W )
0-5 OAK ( W )
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14-13=.518%

#14 (#23) SEATTLE: RECORD 4-1
1-5 DET (W )
1-5 ARI ( W )
3-2 NYG ( W )
6-0 CHI (L )
4-2 STL ( W )
--------------
15-14=.517%

#15 (#24) ATLANTA: RECORD 3-2
4-2 CAR ( W )
1-4 TB (W )
5-1 NO ( L )
1-5 ARZ (W )
3-2 NYG ( L )
---------------
14-14=.500%

#16 (#17) MINNESOTA: RECORD 3-2
2-4 WAS (W )
4-2 CAR (W )
4-0 CHI ( L )
2-4 BUF ( L )
1-5 DET ( W )
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15-15=.500%

#17 (#11) PITTSBURGH: RECORD 2-3
1-5 MIA (W )
3-2 JAC (L )
3-2 CIN ( L )
4-1 SD ( L )
2-3 KC ( W )
-------------
13-13=.500%

#18 (#12) NEW YORK JETS: RECORD 3-3
1-5 TEN (W )
3-1 NE ( L )
2-4 BUF ( W )
5-0 IND ( L )
3-2 JAC (L )
1-5 MIA ( W )
------------
15-17=.468%

#19 (#22) NEW ENGLAND: RECORD 4-1
2-4 BUF ( W )
3-3 NYJ ( W )
3-2 CIN ( W )
4-1 DEN ( L )
1-5 MIA ( W )
---------------
13-15=.464%

#20 (#19) SAN FRANCISCO: RECORD 2-4
1-5 ARZ (L )
4-2 STL ( W )
4-2 PHI ( L )
2-3 KC ( L )
0-5 OAK ( W )
4-1 SD ( L )
---------------
15-18=.454%

#21 (#26) BALTIMORE: RECORD 4-2
0-5 OAK ( W )
1-4 TB ( W )
1-4 CLE ( W )
4-1 SD ( W )
4-1 DEN ( L )
4-2 CAR ( L )
------------
14-17=.451%

#22 (#16) WASHINGTON: RECORD 2-4
3-2 MIN (L )
3-2 DAL (L )
1-4 HOU ( W )
3-2 JAC ( W )
3-2 NYG ( L )
1-5 TEN ( L )
--------------
14-17=.451%

#23 (#15) KANSAS CITY: RECORD 2-3
3-2 CIN ( L )
4-1 DEN (L )
2-4 SF ( W )
1-5 ARZ ( W )
2-3 PIT ( L )
------------
12-15=.444%

#24 (#30) NEW ORLEANS: RECORD 5-1
1-4 CLE (W )
1-4 GB ( W )
3-2 ATL (W )
4-2 CAR ( L )
1-5 TB ( W )
4-2 PHI ( W )
-------------
14-19=.424%

#25 (#28 ) INDIANAPOLIS: RECORD 5-0
3-2 NYG (W )
1-4 HOU ( W )
3-3 NYJ ( W )
3-2 JAC ( W )
1-5 TEN ( W )
--------------
11-16=.407%

#26 (#21) CINCINATTI: RECORD 3-2
2-3 KC ( W )
1-4 CLE (W )
2-3 PIT (W )
4-1 NE ( L )
1-4 TB (L )
---------------
10-15=.400%

#27 (#31) ST. LOUIS: RECORD 4-2
4-1 DEN (W )
2-4 SF ( L )
1-5 ARZ ( W )
1-5 DET ( W )
1-4 GB ( W )
4-1 SEA ( L )
--------------
13-20=.393%

#28 (#29) MIAMI: RECORD 1-5
2-3 PIT (L )
2-4 BUF ( L )
1-5 TEN ( W )
1-4 HOU ( L )
4-1 NE (L )
3-3 NYJ ( L )
--------------
13-20=.393%

#29 (#20) DALLAS: RECORD 3-2
3-2 JAC ( L )
2-4 WAS (W )
1-5 TEN ( W )
4-2 PHI (L )
1-4 HOU (W )
--------------
11-17=.392%

#30 (#25) CHICAGO: RECORD 6-0
1-4 GB (W )
3-2 MIN ( W )
1-5 DET ( W )
4-1 SEA ( W )
2-4 BUF ( W )
1-5 ARZ ( W )
------------
12-21=.363%

#31 (#27) PHILADELPHIA: RECORD 4-2
1-4 HOU (W )
3-2 NYG (L )
2-4 SF ( W )
1-4 GB ( W )
3-2 DAL ( W )
5-1 NO ( L )
------------
15-17=.363%

#32 (# 32) SAN DIEGO: RECORD 4-1
0-5 OAK (W )
1-5 TEN ( W )
4-2 BAL ( L )
2-3 PIT (W )
2-4 SF ( W )
------------
9-19=.321%
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Default Re: strength of schedule.........

Not to blow smoke up anywhere..... but trying to find a silver lining.

With this seasons W-L, we are as good as teams like TampaBay, Arizona, Detroit, Cleveland & Tennessee... Not necessarily bad, not necessarily good. but playing a tough schedule.

I'd hate to be like Miami, with a 1-5 record, against loosing teams.

NewOrleans, Indy & New England seem to be doing well, very well against bad teams.

Baltimore is struggling with winning programs.

Still hard to tell who is for real, and who isn't.
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Not to blow smoke up anywhere..... but trying to find a silver lining.

With this seasons W-L, we are as good as teams like TampaBay, Arizona, Detroit, Cleveland & Tennessee... Not necessarily bad, not necessarily good. but playing a tough schedule.

I'd hate to be like Miami, with a 1-5 record, against loosing teams.

NewOrleans, Indy & New England seem to be doing well, very well against bad teams.

Baltimore is struggling with winning programs.

Still hard to tell who is for real, and who isn't.
NO did beat Philly just recently. I know they played easy teams also, but Philly is a good team.
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Default Re: strength of schedule.........

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NO did beat Philly just recently. I know they played easy teams also, but Philly is a good team.
I didn't mean to imply differently.

I think they're for real... I think Indy are real. Looking at the Eagles schedule, I'm beggining to wonder.....
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Default Re: strength of schedule.........

Anyone wonder why teams that are the usual darlings of the league, for the most part, are the ones that have the easy schedules? Might make one go....Mmmmmm.
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Default Re: strength of schedule.........

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Anyone wonder why teams that are the usual darlings of the league, for the most part, are the ones that have the easy schedules? Might make one go....Mmmmmm.
uh...no. there's a system setup for the schedules that is the same for every team.
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