In case anyone is interested in the SoS for 2011, here what I recorded the past few weeks. The SoS number is actually the percentage times 1000. Notice that those teams with the most wins often have the easiest SoS because the teams they beat have less wins. I believe the thing to notice most is the team with the most wins and toughest schedule, or the team with the most losses and the easiest schedule. These would be the Lions and Redskins (respectively), with mentions to the Pack and Jags (respectively).

TEAM - SOS - WINS - LOSSES
New Orleans Saints - 441.56 - 13 - 3
New England Patriots - 449.31 - 13 - 3
San Francisco ***** - 449.38 - 13 - 3
Houston Texans - 453.31 - 10 - 6
Tennessee Titans - 461.06 - 9 - 7
Green Bay Packers - 468.88 - 15 - 1
Arizona Cardinals - 469.00 - 8 - 8
Dallas Cowboys - 472.88 - 8 - 8
Baltimore Ravens - 476.75 - 12 - 4
Washington Redskins - 476.75 - 5 - 11
Atlanta Falcons - 480.69 - 10 - 6
Philadelphia Eagles - 488.50 - 8 - 8
Cincinnati Bengals - 492.31 - 9 - 7
Pittsburgh Steelers - 492.44 - 12 - 4
Jacksonville Jaguars - 500.13 - 5 - 11
New York Jets - 500.19 - 8 - 8
Miami Dolphins - 504.06 - 6 - 10
Oakland Raiders - 504.06 - 8 - 8
Carolina Panthers - 504.13 - 6 - 10
Kansas City Chiefs - 511.81 - 7 - 9
Seattle Seahawks - 511.88 - 7 - 9
San Diego Chargers - 515.81 - 8 - 8
Buffalo Bills - 519.75 - 6 - 10
Denver Broncos - 519.75 - 8 - 8
New York Giants - 519.75 - 9 - 7
Chicago Bears - 527.56 - 8 - 8
Cleveland Browns - 531.44 - 4 - 12
Detroit Lions - 535.38 - 10 - 6
Indianapolis Colts - 539.31 - 2 - 14
Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 551.00 - 4 - 12
Minnesota Vikings - 558.75 - 3 - 13
St. Louis Rams - 590.13 - 2 - 14


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