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Panthers have the hardest schedule in NFC in 2009

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Good Bye Mr. Fox

Yeah, same thing folks were saying before last season, especially after Smith was suspended and the first 2 games were against the Chargers and Bears. :nono:

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Steelers faced arguably the hardest schedule any team has ever faced (eight of the 12 playoff teams from 2007, 12 teams with records of .500 or better in 2007, and the Super Bowl winners and runners up). Good teams find ways to win.

(ps. I need tickets for when the Eagles come to town...thanks ;))

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At least one, probably more, of the bottom feeders last year will make a serious run.

Raiders, Jags, Bengals, Browns, Chiefs, Seahawks, Rams, Lions

I'd say at least 5 of those teams will be tremendously better.

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And, strength of schedule means nothing before the season. No one knows who is going to be good next season.

Going into last year, SD was projected as one fo the best, Atlanta was supposed to be one of the worst, no one would have picked the Dolphins, Falcons, and Cardinals in the playoffs.

We need to wait and see.

:iagree:

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the good news for us is that the falcons, saints, and bucs also have a hard schedule as well.

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We will have to wait till the season starts to know who is good and who is not. Still we are going backwards losing Pep so its not gonna be a cake walk ether.

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