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Panthers have toughest 2013 schedule

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Largely in part because the Falcons went 13-3 last season and were/are on both teams' schedules twice. Derp. 

 

Largely because were were in the same division and finished with the same record.

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How does Dallas always get an easy schedule and we get one of the hardest. Jerry's pockets must be real deep.

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How does Dallas always get an easy schedule and we get one of the hardest. Jerry's pockets must be real deep.

 

Well, it's a medical fact that he has a 40 year old mind...whatever that's worth.

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carolina consistently has the top, or in the top 3 hardest schedules in the league....

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Within any given division there are only two games that each team plays that are different than the other teams in the division. (and of course the effect of you not playing yourself). 

 

Study this well, lean it  and stop complaining about schedule conspiracies every year. http://football.about.com/cs/football101/a/bl_schedproced.htm

 

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Well, it's a medical fact that he has a 40 year old mind...whatever that's worth.

 

he keeps it in a jar on his desk....the sick bastard.

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he keeps it in a jar on his desk....the sick bastard.

 

...is that what he meant? 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now I get it.

 

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and the excuses keep building.

 

 

Just win.

 

i think the only one in the thread who considers it a factor or an issue is the saints fan who started the thread.

 

 

btw, when did dat alice start being able to start threads in here?

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carolina consistently has the top, or in the top 3 hardest schedules in the league....

Maybe based upon the previous season but after the season played out they finished last season with the 14th hardest schedule. 

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i think the only one in the thread who considers it a factor or an issue is the saints fan who started the thread.

 

 

btw, when did dat alice start being able to start threads in here?

 

He hasn't broken any rules on here yet.

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