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Panthers to Face Toughest Schedule in 2013

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Roger Goodell doesn't care about Carolina.

*Kanye West voice*

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And we have a home schedule filled with teams tht attract tons of obnoxious fans.

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in before the NFL hates the panthers and always gives us the hardest schedule.

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The NFL hates the Panthers. That's why they always give them th...Dammit Rayzor! :angry:

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The Panther's started at 10th (.508) in SOS and ended up at 9th overall (.516)) in 2012. Difference in Schedule was 2 wins for Panther's opponents.

In 2011 the Panthers started at 1st (.555) in SOS and ended up at 14th overall (.504) in 2011. Difference in schedule was 13 wins for Panther's opponents.

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2012 - 130 wins for opponents vs 132 wins for opponents.

2011 - 142 wins for opponents vs 129 wins for opponents.

15 games over a total of 512 games was the difference in the SOS differences for the Panther's over those two years. SOS means jack crap unless the season is over and you didn't make the playoff's. "It's used as a tie breaker for even record teams."

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Remeber in the calculation.. Atlanta counts for 28 of those wins.

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