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Old 02-08-2013, 05:49 PM   #26
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6-2 at home and 6-2 on the road would be phenomial.

We have Houston, Indy, Dallas, Giants, & NE on the road....

Add the 2 Chargers games along with Washington and Baltimore...and that's 9 really tough games. Let's say we win 5 of those....the best we finish is 12-4.

Easiest schedule in the league?
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Old 02-08-2013, 05:50 PM   #27
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Maybe it's just me....but, after the AFC WEST games...this hardly looks like an easy schedule.

The 3 afc west teams brings that win percentage down drastically. Without the chiefs stink involved it wouldn't be hovering at .430 or so
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Maybe it's just me....but, after the AFC WEST games...this hardly looks like an easy schedule



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It's not just you. NE, Baltimore, Houston, and Washington should be good. I fully expect my Giants to get their ish together so they should be good. Dallas in theory is much more talented than the results they usually produce so that won't be an easy game. While I think Indianapolis was over-hyped this season and benefited from mostly playing other teams on or below their level, Luck is legit. So right there are 6-7 games that will not be sure things. And the division could become a lot more competitive, very quickly. If the Chiefs can somehow get a decent QB in the draft or through FA, and Whisenhunt can help Rivers get it together, that will change the whole landscape.
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Old 02-08-2013, 09:07 PM   #29
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Maybe it's just me....but, after the AFC WEST games...this hardly looks like an easy schedule



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Kansas City
Oakland
San Diego
Jacksonville
Tennessee
Philadelphia
Washington
Baltimore


AWAY
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Oakland
San Diego
Houston
Indianapolis
Dallas
N.Y. Giants
New England

Hardly any cupcakes in there except maybe JaX and they have a new regime. Depending on when we get them they may be a lot better than these ere this year.
The AFCW will likely be much better also.

How they get .430 out of that other than two poor teams with lousy seasons. Factor out KC and JAX I suspect it is a lot higher SOS.

Just having real coaches in SAN and KC will up their wins by a half a dozen in total. Or more.

Now last year based on SOS and how young this team was I did not see many wins.

So who the hell knows.

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