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    Hey, can someone tell me where I can find next year's opponents? Every team seems to have theirs posted except ours.

    HELP! I NEED SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT OTHER THAN THAT NIGHTMARE ON FEB. 3!!!!!!

    :upset:

  • #2
    Home
    Arizona
    San Francisco
    Seattle
    Dallas
    N.Y. Giants
    Chicago
    Oakland
    San Diego

    Away
    Arizona
    San Francisco
    Seattle
    Philadelphia
    Washington
    Tampa Bay
    Denver
    Kansas City

    The NFC West will be splitting the NFC East and the AFC West (to ease the transition for the Cards and 'hawks) as well as the division winners from the NFC South and NFC North...No dates released yet.

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    • #3
      Thanks DJRamFan...

      Now I know... ;)
      Last edited by RealRam; -02-13-2002, 05:06 PM.

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      • #4
        THANKS DJ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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        • #5
          It'll be kinda odd not having the Aints or the Dirty Birds on the schedule and having Arizona and the Seahawks for divisional rivals.

          Oh well . . . RAM ON! :ram:

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          • #6
            I just wish...

            The RAMS were playing the Cowgirls away. Only five hours up the road....

            :mad:
            This space for rent...

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            • #7
              Re: I just wish...

              Originally posted by thoey
              The RAMS were playing the Cowgirls away. Only five hours up the road....

              :mad:
              And I wish they were playing the Calymores.

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              • #8
                your welcome, the search gave me something to do instead of studying:nerd:

                thoey: Look for the Rams in Big D in 2006 with the way the schedule rotates - unless of course the 'girls win there division (hahahahahahahaha) and we see them sooner....

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                • #9
                  DJ,

                  I hate to admit this, but the Pokes aren't that far away. They are going to make some noise this year watch. They will be the worst to first team in the NFC.

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                  • #10
                    tx,

                    they'll be better, but they won't win the division. The Eagles are on the way up, they're just missing a couple of pieces. The Redskins continue to overhaul, but with lewis and spurrier i got them penciled in as #2 in the division - the postseason will depend on the QB. The Jints are on the way down and will begin they're rebuilding.

                    The 'boys could be in first by '06 but not in '02. They need to start making some quality picks in the draft. At best the 'boys get the 3rd spot in the division, at worst the 4th spot.

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                    • #11
                      Hey Limey

                      I love my Claymores but if the Rams played them I'd be embarrased. sure we would get to see the Rams play over here as they did back in 1989(?) but sh*t even the best players on the Claymores roster would barely make it onto the Rams team. Having said that I'm looking forward to at least 10 weeks live football with 5 home games no more than 45 miles from my door AND TWO count them TWO Rams allocates at the Claymores
                      :helmet:
                      GO CLAYMORES : DEAD BUT NOT FORGOTTEN

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                      • #12
                        With this schedule I get to see 3 away games! I live in LA and couldn't be happier that the realignment. It'll almost be like the old days when they were right around the corner. Don't get me wrong, the Rams deserve St. Louis - Good fans, good sports town. LA doesn't make for good football fans.

                        I have to say I'm a little worried about the tough schedule next year. Whiners coming up. Redskins re-thinking. Raiders getting sick of blowing it. Denver trying to prove that they are watchable.
                        It'll be a tough season.

                        :rolleyes:

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                        • #13
                          Whiners News Flash!

                          The Whiners have given the Atlanta Falcons permission to talk to Steve Mariucci. Have they had enough of him? Has T.O. won the locker room battle? How does that relate to this thread? Well I'll tell ya, the Whiners may not be so tough next year if they are in a coaching transition. Right? Thus the Rams schedule is not so tough afterall.

                          But.........if you want to be the best, you gotta beat the rest!

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                          • #14
                            correction: the bucs are talking to mooch, not the falcons, the dirty birds are happy with reeves

                            It will be interesting to see if he takes the job. Usually in those cases the player does win that battle. The bucs could really improve with him as their coach, but it would definitely not help the whiners, especially this late in the offseason.

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                            • #15
                              Next year's schedule will definitely be a proving ground, but I'm looking forward to it.

                              I have mixed feelings about the Seahawks being in our division now, as I've followed them as a second team since they came onto the scene in the 70s, so it will be kinda weird going against them.
                              BUT..
                              First and foremost a Rams fan. 'Nuff said.

                              I just hate to have to wait until August for the (pre-) season to get underway. I want to get this bad taste from Toilet Bowl XXXVI out of my mouth as quickly as possible. To make matters worse, my wife made me get rid of my SB XXXVI commemorative one- legged stool (it had four legs before the game started). She said it reminded her of a "scary" experience (I was a tad p.o.'d after the game), but for me it was quite cathartic to beat the crap out of some furniture. Unfortunately, not quite cathartic enough... ;) :helmet:

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                              • RMFN
                                In case you wanted to know?
                                by RMFN
                                Found this site that list out the Schedules for all the NFL teams and who they play out of the division

                                http://www.johnnyroadtrip.com/sched...future_nfcw.htm

                                Note: Each team plays the other teams in its division home and away each season in addition to games listed; last game in each column to be determined by previous year's finish

                                ST. LOUIS vs.

                                2002
                                HOME

                                Dallas
                                NY Giants
                                Oakland
                                San Diego
                                NFC North

                                AWAY

                                Philadelphia
                                Washington
                                Denver
                                Kansas City
                                NFC South

                                2003
                                HOME

                                Green Bay
                                Minnesota
                                Baltimore
                                Cincinnati
                                NFC South

                                AWAY

                                Chicago
                                Detroit
                                Cleveland
                                Pittsburgh
                                NFC East

                                2004
                                HOME

                                New Orleans
                                Tampa Bay
                                New England
                                NY Jets
                                NFC East

                                AWAY

                                Atlanta
                                Carolina
                                Buffalo
                                Miami
                                NFC North

                                2005
                                HOME

                                Philadelphia
                                Washington
                                Jacksonville
                                Tennessee
                                NFC South

                                AWAY

                                Dallas
                                NY Giants
                                Houston
                                Indianapolis
                                NFC North

                                2006
                                HOME

                                Chicago
                                Detroit
                                Denver
                                Kansas City
                                NFC East

                                AWAY

                                Green Bay
                                Minnesota
                                Oakland
                                San Diego
                                NFC South

                                2007
                                HOME

                                Atlanta
                                Carolina
                                Cleveland
                                Pittsburgh
                                NFC North

                                AWAY

                                New Orleans
                                Tampa Bay
                                Baltimore
                                Cincinnati
                                NFC East

                                2008
                                HOME

                                Dallas
                                NY Giants
                                Buffalo
                                Miami
                                NFC North

                                AWAY

                                Philadelphia
                                Washington
                                New England
                                NY Jets
                                NFC South

                                2009
                                HOME

                                Green Bay
                                Minnesota
                                Houston
                                Indianapolis
                                NFC South

                                AWAY
                                Chicago
                                Detroit
                                Jacksonville
                                Tennessee
                                NFC East

                                The Saints in 2004, Titans 2005 and we don't get the Texans till 2009.

                                Looking forward to having the Aint's revisit
                                -04-07-2002, 07:29 PM
                              • Rip32
                                Strongest Division this year????
                                by Rip32
                                Whats the strongest division this year?

                                I would think the NFC East will be the strongest with the Giants,Skins,Cowboys and the rejuvenation of the Eagles(without TO)
                                NFC West
                                27.78%
                                5
                                NFC East
                                44.44%
                                8
                                NFC South
                                16.67%
                                3
                                NFC North
                                5.56%
                                1
                                AFC West
                                0.00%
                                0
                                AFC East
                                5.56%
                                1
                                AFC South
                                0.00%
                                0
                                AFC North
                                0.00%
                                0
                                -07-09-2006, 08:57 AM
                              • laram0
                                Rankings?
                                by laram0
                                Based on what you know right now.

                                The old "It's to early to make any predictions" is not acceptable.

                                Man up! Go for it!

                                1. Who's better overall AFC or NFC?

                                2. Rank the 8 Divisions as you see it.

                                AFC/NFC East, North, South, West.
                                -06-23-2009, 06:01 AM
                              • Rambos
                                Well, somebody has to win the NFC West
                                by Rambos
                                There is an increasingly strong possibility that the champion will have a losing record.

                                Not only that, a 7-9 St. Louis or Seattle or San Francisco team could wind up hosting a first-round playoff game against a team that has won 10 or 11 games, maybe more.

                                That potentially embarrassing scenario results from an NFL rule that guarantees each division champion a home playoff game.

                                With five weeks to go, Seattle and St. Louis are tied for first at 5-6, with San Francisco 4-7 and Arizona 3-8.

                                As Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck put it, "Yeah, it's weird."

                                In games outside their division, NFC West teams are 10-20. Only St. Louis is respectable at 4-4. The division has played a big role in Kansas City's revival. The AFC West-leading Chiefs have beaten San Francisco 31-10, Arizona 31-13 and Seattle 42-24.

                                The coaches of the four NFC West teams don't like to talk about the sorry state of their division. They're understandably consumed by trying to right their respective ships.

                                "I don't know. It's hard for me to speculate on that," Arizona coach Ken Whisenhunt said on Tuesday when asked if he thought the division winner would have a losing record.

                                Whisenhunt's Cardinals, winners of the NFC West the past two seasons, are mired in a six-game losing streak and were embarrassed on national television in a 27-6 home loss to San Francisco on Monday night.

                                "My focus right now is really worrying about what we do. As a Cardinal answer to a non-Cardinal question, I'm really worried about what we're going to do," Whisenhunt said. "I'm not worried about that right now. We have played all the three teams in our division and to me they have all been good football teams."

                                To him maybe.

                                Here is a look at the "contenders" and what they face to try to finish at least at .500.

                                —The Rams: St. Louis could have the best shot. After going 6-42 the past three seasons and 1-15 last year, the Rams are on the rise under second-year coach Steve Spagnuolo and rookie quarterback Sam Bradford. They play three of their last five against NFC West opponents. A sweep there and St. Louis could lose to Kansas City and New Orleans and still finish 8-8. It could come down to the regular-season finale at Seattle on Jan 2.

                                —The Seahawks: Seattle has allowed 76 points in its last two games, losses at New Orleans and at home against Kansas City. On the positive side, the Seahawks have a home game against the Carolina Panthers, whose only win this season was against, of course, an NFC West foe — 23-20 over San Francisco. But the Seahawks have Atlanta at home and are at Tampa Bay. Seattle might have to sweep San Francisco and St. Louis to climb to .500.

                                —The *****: San Francisco was the preseason favorite but started 0-5. The ***** have won...
                                -11-30-2010, 06:03 PM
                              • RamWraith
                                Rams Opponents Through 2009
                                by RamWraith
                                Not sure if you all knew this.


                                Here you go:


                                Monday, January 17, 2005
                                The NFL’s new scheduling format includes the following elements:
                                • There will be an increased common-opponent emphasis with every team in a division playing against 14 common opponents.
                                • All teams will play each other on a regular basis, home and away, for a more consistent presentation of attractive games, eliminating the many schedule aberrations of the past.
                                • Teams are guaranteed to play all non-division opponents in their conference at least once every three years, and at home at least once every six years.
                                • Every AFC team will play every NFC team once every four years, and at home once every eight years.
                                • A team’s record from the previous year will have less of a bearing on its schedule, with only two (rather than four) opponents being based on the previous year’s standing. Thus, the so-called “easy” fifth-place schedules are eliminated.
                                • The division in which a team resides will be less of a factor in a team’s won-loss record with 10 of 16 games each year being against non-division teams.

                                Under the new scheduling formula, every team within a division will play 16 games as follows:
                                • Home and away against its three division opponents (6 games).
                                • The four teams from another division within its conference on a rotating three-year cycle (4 games).
                                • The four teams from a division in the other conference on a rotating four-year cycle (4 games).
                                • Two intraconference games based on the prior year's standings (2 games). These games will match a first-place team against the first-place teams in the two same-conference divisions the team is not scheduled to play that season. The second-place, third-place, and fourth-place teams in a conference will be matched in the same way each year.


                                2007
                                HOME
                                Arizona
                                San Francisco
                                Seattle
                                Atlanta
                                Carolina
                                > Cleveland
                                Pittsburgh
                                > NFC North

                                AWAY
                                Arizona
                                San Francisco
                                Seattle
                                New Orleans
                                Tampa Bay
                                Baltimore
                                Cincinnati
                                NFC East

                                2008
                                HOME
                                Arizona
                                > San Francisco
                                Seattle
                                Dallas
                                New York Giants
                                Buffalo
                                Miami
                                NFC North

                                AWAY
                                Arizona
                                San Francisco
                                Seattle
                                Philadelphia
                                Washington
                                New England
                                New York Jets
                                NFC South

                                2009
                                HOME
                                Arizona
                                > San Francisco
                                Seattle
                                Green Bay
                                Minnesota
                                > Houston
                                Indianapolis
                                NFC South

                                AWAY
                                Arizona
                                San Francisco
                                Seattle
                                Chicago
                                Detroit
                                Jacksonville
                                Tennessee
                                NFC East
                                -04-06-2006, 01:48 PM
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