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Carolina Ranked 10 In Toughest Schedule This Season (Espn)

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Posted on ESPN this morning.

Top 15 Toughest Schedules for 2012 based on 2011 performance.

1. Giants
2. Denver
3. Cleveland
4. St. Louis
5. Baltimore
6. San Diego
7. Phillidelphia
8. Minnesota
9. Arizona
10. Carolina
11. New Orleans
12. Jacksonville
13. Cincinnati
14. Piitsburgh
15. Indianapolis

[url="http://espn.go.com/blog/nflnation/post/_/id/56896/2012-nfl-strength-of-schedule"]http://espn.go.com/b...gth-of-schedule[/url]

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Meaningless statistic at this point. True SOS cannot be determined before the season.
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Agreed. But interesting none the less.

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Better than last year... At least there's 9 teams In front of us.

I agree though, kind of meaningless.

People that have us on their schedule will have a "weaker" power of schedule because we only went 6-10 last year, when in reality we'll be much better this year "knock on wood"

I've always thought this was kind of silly tbh. I read this article first thing this am, and was like... Meh

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Panthers schedule ended up middle of the league pretty much...that's why it's meaningless

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its the offseason, everything is meaningful.
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How in the hell did the Patriots end up with the weakest schedule? .453 opposing winning %

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Isn't that funny? The best teams end up with the easiest schedules. Making sense ftw.

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Cleveland #3, lol

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[quote name='Munch4455' timestamp='1334586478' post='1731429']
How in the hell did the Patriots end up with the weakest schedule? .453 opposing winning %
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I'm convinced that Robert Kraft is blowing Roger. His teams always get the "favorable" calls, every game I watch The Pats are obviously favored by the refs. Had it not been for Welkers drop... The Pats would have won that game too.

Bottom line is I think that there is something behind the scenes going on with the Pats' organization, and the NFL; any other fan of any other team (except for Pats fans) always agree with me.

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[quote name='TruCatzFan' timestamp='1334592191' post='1731596']
I'm convinced that Robert Kraft is blowing Roger. His teams always get the "favorable" calls, every game I watch The Pats are obviously favored by the refs. Had it not been for Welkers drop... The Pats would have won that game too.

Bottom line is I think that there is something behind the scenes going on with the Pats' organization, and the NFL; any other fan of any other team (except for Pats fans) always agree with me.
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Pats are a high-profit team, of course they'd hold the league's favor

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last season before the year started we had the hardest SOS, after all said and done we were right about average

10th doesn't sound too hard TBH, especially with the saints in such dissaray and falcons without a 1st rounder as well. SOS shouldn't be too much to overcome.

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