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Brinker
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« on: Apr 06, 2009 at 12:01 »

Much different than last year....

Teams' 2009 strength of schedule based on opponents' 2008 record.

2009 NFL opponents | Steelers open against Titans


Team Win Loss Tie Pct.
1. Miami Dolphins 152 104 0 .594
2. Carolina Panthers 151 104 1 .592
3. New England Patriots 151 105 0 .590
4. Atlanta Falcons 150 105 1 .588
5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 148 107 1 .580
6. Buffalo Bills 146 110 0 .570
7. New York Jets 145 110 1 .568
8. New Orleans Saints 142 113 1 .557
9. Philadelphia Eagles 137 119 0 .535
10. New York Giants 134 120 2 .527
11. Dallas Cowboys 131 123 2 .516
11. Jacksonville Jaguars 132 124 0 .516
13. Indianapolis Colts 131 125 0 .512
14. Tennessee Titans 130 126 0 .508
15. Houston Texans 129 126 1 .506
16. Washington Redskins 125 129 2 .492
17. Kansas City Chiefs 123 131 2 .484
17. San Diego Chargers 123 131 2 .484
19. Denver Broncos 122 132 2 .480
19. Oakland Raiders 122 132 2 .480
21. Detroit Lions 119 136 1 .467
22. Cincinnati Bengals 119 137 0 .465
22. St. Louis Rams 119 137 0 .465
24. Seattle Seahawks 117 139 0 .457
25. Cleveland Browns 114 140 2 .449
26. San Francisco 49ers 113 142 1 .443
27. Arizona Cardinals 113 143 0 .441
28. Baltimore Ravens 111 143 2 .438
29. Pittsburgh Steelers 110 144 2 .434
30. Green Bay Packers 109 146 1 .428
31. Minnesota Vikings 107 148 1 .420
32. Chicago Bears 105 149 2 .414


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« Reply #1 on: Apr 06, 2009 at 12:30 »

Isn't there a new NFL rule stating that a team's SOS must be in the bottom 10, if their golden boy QB is coming off a season ending injury.

Pats at #3? Those unlucky bastards just never catch a break.

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« Reply #2 on: Apr 07, 2009 at 14:34 »

Isn't there a new NFL rule stating that a team's SOS must be in the bottom 10, if their golden boy QB is coming off a season ending injury.

Pats at #3? Those unlucky bastards just never catch a break.


Goodell already has them penciled in for 12 comp picks in 2010.
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« Reply #3 on: Apr 07, 2009 at 22:48 »

It's about time they had to play someone other than the Jets and Bills every other week.
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« Reply #4 on: Apr 08, 2009 at 02:31 »

It's about time they had to play someone other than the Jets and Bills every other week.

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