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OnlyPantherFaninMaine

2013 Strength of Schedule

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no.

the panthers seem to always get tough schedules because they keep losing.

their schedule will look easier when they start to consistently put together winning seasons.

You have no idea how schedules are made, do you?

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SOS is only accurate once the season's over you newbs

I would say only that the end of the season and that's it since no one can predict drafts, fa, injuries and pre season hang overs.

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We had the toughest schedule going into the season last year too, but they re-did them at the end of the season(can't find the link) and we were 16th or 15th, if I recall.

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You have no idea how schedules are made, do you?

I will say this, Atlanta bas an easier schedule according the link and they rank first in our division, had we won our division then we would have an easier schedule.

if seems like the 1st and 4th teams in a division have the easier schedules at first glance.

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You have no idea how schedules are made, do you?

yes, i do.

had carolina not lost to tampa bay 2x, seattle, atlanta, and new york (all common opponents from this season and next) their win/loss records would be lower...and carolina's 2013 schedule would calculate to look easier.

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I will say this, Atlanta bas an easier schedule according the link and they rank first in our division, had we won our division then we would have an easier schedule.

if seems like the 1st and 4th teams in a division have the easier schedules at first glance.

The Falcons have the weaker SOS because they don't play themselves and their 13-3 record. Only two games per year are determined by where you place in a division, because you have six division games, four inter-conference division games, four extra-conference division games, and one each from the other conference divisions against the team that finished in the same position as you. And we finished 2nd in the NFC South.

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doesn't really mean a whole lot. a good team this year can be horrible next. just beat who is on your schedule.

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We finished second in the division but pick ahead of the saints. LOL

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