NFL Strength of Schedule 2008

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  1. Brando

    Brando Site Contributor

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    Patriots with the weakest. wow. and they get the #7 pick in this years draft. It's good to see the Jags and Colts at the top. The AFC teams are in the Top 10 mainly because of the division, the strongest. Some teams will struggle this year and some teams will improve so that will change as the season progresses.
     
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    Do not read to much into the Patriots strength of schedule and think they are getting special treatment. Look at the Div they are in and you will see how they have the easiest schedule.
     
  3. Brando

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    Yep, Just like the AFC South. It has teams ranked in the top 10 mainly because of the division.
     

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