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    NFL 2006 Strength of Schedule...

    http://www.theredzone.org/strength.asp

    Thought you'd like to see that. We are in about the middle of the pack.

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    Re: NFL 2006 Strength of Schedule...

    how do the colts and seahwks get really easy schedules?

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    Re: NFL 2006 Strength of Schedule...

    And those are before we know there records. I would guess thats based on last year.

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    Re: NFL 2006 Strength of Schedule...

    Quote Originally Posted by rams_fan81
    how do the colts and seahwks get really easy schedules?
    Considering our record in 2005 and the records of the ***** and the Cardinals make up almost half of Seattle's opponents, it's no wonder Seattle's schedule rates pretty easy based on win-loss percentage. The Colts are in a division with the Titans and Texans, so there's four more games right off the bat against weak records.

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    Re: NFL 2006 Strength of Schedule...

    Forecasting strength of schedule is very deceiving. There are always surprise teams and teams that don't play up to their potential. I say, bring em on we're ready.


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