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Panthers SOS (strength of schedule) and SOV (strength of victory)

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have the Saints beat any legit teams tho?

Falcons suck

Bucs suck

Cards suck

Dolphins meh

Bills meh

The one "good" team you guys beat was the Bears, led by that great QB Jay Cutler.

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have the Saints beat any legit teams tho?

Falcons suck

Bucs suck

Cards suck

Dolphins meh

Bills meh

The one "good" team you guys beat was the Bears, led by that great QB Jay Cutler.

woohoo

Well if you're conclusion is only one, that is still more than the total beat by the 3 other teams in the division. Conversely, does Dolphins win over Bengals make them any better than just "meh"?

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Currently the Panthers have played a schedule with a strength of .370, the easiest schedule so far in entire NFC, and only KC and Denver have played an easier schedule.

Now that they have played easiest schedule, you would expect a pretty strong Strength of Victory for this "playoff contender", yet their SOV is .200, only Eagles have weaker strength of victory in entire league, the Bucs and Jags have no wins and thus no SOV.

So basically they played easiest schedule and ended up with weakest victories! Oh yeah, SuperBowl time! lol

http://espn.go.com/nfl/standings/_/type/playoffs/sort/strengthOfSchedule/order/true

 

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Currently the Panthers have played a schedule with a strength of .370, the easiest schedule so far in entire NFC, and only KC and Denver have played an easier schedule.

Now that they have played easiest schedule, you would expect a pretty strong Strength of Victory for this "playoff contender", yet their SOV is .200, only Eagles have weaker strength of victory in entire league, the Bucs and Jags have no wins and thus no SOV.

So basically they played easiest schedule and ended up with weakest victories! Oh yeah, SuperBowl time! lol

http://espn.go.com/nfl/standings/_/type/playoffs/sort/strengthOfSchedule/order/true

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