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Monster Home Schedule next year

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nice ill be able to make a panthers game. (when they visit buffalo) Nice!

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Yes we get to play Minny!!!!!

And I always love to play in Arizona

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Yes we get to play Minny!!!!!

And I always love to play in Arizona

Revenge games from 2011!

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San Francisco 49ers 11-4-1 Seattle Seahawks 11-5 New England Patriots 12-4 New York Jets 6-10 Wash/NYGaints 9-7 Atlanta Falcons (Div.) 13-3 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Div.) 7-9 New Orleans Saints (Div.) 7-9

Total Home 76-51-1 .594

Away Schedule looks easier

Arizona Cardinals 6-10 St. Louis Rams 7-8-1 Buffalo Bills 6-10 Miami Dolphins 7-9 Minnesota Vikings 10-6 Atlanta Falcons (Div.) 13-3 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Div.) 7-9 New Orleans Saints (Div.) 7-9

Total Away 63-64-1 .492

That schedule is a good schedule. It's better to sharpen your skills on the best than weaker teams.

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Very good chance we could be playing the SB Champ with 5 of the games against playoff teams from this year.

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Wait, won't we be playing at Chicago instead of at Minnesota, since both we and the Bears finished 3rd in our divisions?

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That's ugly, I'll feel a lot better about this schedule with a new HC.

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Hopefully they give us the easy games first so we can get off to a faster start lol.

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