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NFL Strength of Schedule 2014


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#1 OFFLINE   Gary Toma

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Posted 12 February 2014 - 11:35 PM

Strength of Schedule rankings for the coming NFL 2014 Season.  Ranked from Hardest Schedule (Raiders) to Easiest Schedule (Colts).

 

 

It is only stats, of course.  But then stats do influence the outcome of games, don't they?

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1. Oakland Raiders .578
2. Denver Broncos .570
3. St. Louis Rams .564
4. San Diego Chargers .563
5. San Francisco 49ers .563
6. Seattle Seahawks .561
7. Kansas City Chiefs .559
8. Arizona Cardinals .547
9. New York Jets .520
10. New England Patriots .516
11. Atlanta Falcons .512
12. Miami Dolphins .508
13. Green Bay Packers .504
14. Buffalo Bills .500
15. Chicago Bears .496
16. Detroit Lions .492
17. Washington Redskins .490
18. Dallas Cowboys .488
19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers .484
20. Philadelphia Eagles .479
21. Minnesota Vikings .477
22. Carolina Panthers .473
23. Cincinnati Bengals .469
24. New Orleans Saints .469
25. Pittsburgh Steelers .469
26. Cleveland Browns .465
27. New York Giants .465
28. Baltimore Ravens .461
29. Jacksonville Jaguars .453
30. Houston Texans .441
31. Tennessee Titans .438
32. Indianapolis Colts .430




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#2 OFFLINE   DR2420

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Posted 12 February 2014 - 11:55 PM

23rd for the Bengals is deceiving I think, looking at the opponents. 



#3 OFFLINE   kikkenit2

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Posted 13 February 2014 - 01:32 AM

The west is the best. Both conferences. 49ers took second 2 years in a row.

They almost won in Seattle and then that superbowl beatdown.

If only they had a wide receiver that can get open. Crabtree sucks.



#4 OFFLINE   renbutler

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Posted 13 February 2014 - 08:54 AM

Pre-season SOS based on last year is pretty meaningless.

For example, before last season, having Houston on the schedule was worth 12 wins, and Atlanta was worth 13 wins.

Conversely, KC was worth 2 wins.






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