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    NFL Strength of Schedule's for 2014 Released

    Rank Team Opponent Win Pct.
    1 Oakland Raiders .578
    2 Denver Broncos .570
    3 St. Louis Rams .564
    4 San Diego Chargers .563
    4 San Francisco 49ers .563
    6 Seattle Seahawks .561
    7 Kansas City Chiefs .559
    8 Arizona Cardinals .547
    9 New York Jets .520
    10 New England Patriots .516
    11 Atlanta Falcons .512
    12 Miami Dolphins .508
    13 Green Bay Packers .504
    14 Buffalo Bills .500
    15 Chicago Bears .496
    16 Detroit Lions .492
    17 Washington Redskins .490
    18 Dallas Cowboys .488
    19 Tampa Bay Buccaneers .484
    20 Philadelphia Eagles .479
    21 Minnesota Vikings .477
    22 Carolina Panthers .473
    23 Cincinnati Bengals .469
    23 New Orleans Saints .469
    23 Pittsburgh Steelers .469
    26 Cleveland Browns .465
    26 New York Giants .465
    28 Baltimore Ravens .461
    29 Jacksonville Jaguars .453
    30 Houston Texans .441
    31 Tennessee Titans .438
    32 Indianapolis Colts .430


    Notables: Indy gets the easiest/ has been among the easiest the past 3 years due to a poor division.

    colts 2012 end of season strength of schedule was ranked 29th, 2013 30th, now beginning of 2014 its 32nd

    other notables: Poor Raiders with the toughest schedule in the league hahaha.
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    If you're wondering what the two best divisions are... There you go. The entire top 8 consists of the eight teams from the NFC & AFC West.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baller1 View Post
    If you're wondering what the two best divisions are... There you go. The entire top 8 consists of the eight teams from the NFC & AFC West.
    help out that they play each other in out of conference schedules too. But ya definitely top 2 division in NFL.

    Edit: because going with your theory would imply the next best division would be the AFC East, which has made strides but still dont think its third best in league.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baller1:27963401
    If you're wondering what the two best divisions are... There you go. The entire top 8 consists of the eight teams from the NFC & AFC West.
    I don't think you can say they are the best.. I mean the hawks 49ers and cards are all good.. but I don't think they are any better or worse then pack bears lions/vikings. .
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoSox47 View Post
    help out that they play each other in out of conference schedules too. But ya definitely top 2 division in NFL.

    Edit: because going with your theory would imply the next best division would be the AFC East, which has made strides but still dont think its third best in league.
    Yeah I probably made it too simplistic... But regardless, I think this is a solid indicator of which two divisions are the toughest. You're right though, playing each other definitely helps boost the SOS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by det32 View Post
    I don't think you can say they are the best.. I mean the hawks 49ers and cards are all good.. but I don't think they are any better or worse then pack bears lions/vikings. .
    Really? because i would say the cardinals are better then the lions bears and vikings with green bay probably being better then the cardinals.

    Id say the NFC north isnt even as good as the as the AFC east if anything. Neither of which can compare to NFC West.

    NFC north played against the AFC north who really wasnt good at all and against the terrible NFC east where the winner of the NFC east only beat 2 teams with winning records in Arizona and Green Bay when aaron rodgers wasnt even playing.

    I would actually go as far as saying they are in the bottom three worst divisions between AFC South, NFC East, and NFC North

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    These don't mean too much, because so many things change from year to year, but it still sucks to see the Jets so high lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LongIslandIcedZ View Post
    These don't mean too much, because so many things change from year to year, but it still sucks to see the Jets so high lol.
    Doesn't mean much but there should be some perspective put into it. When you see these teams being rated on how good they are and how some teams have had 10+ wins a few seasons in a row but they are facing the worst teams in the league. For instance indy. Three years in a row with 29th strength if schedule or easier, its kind of eye popping.

    What would indy do in in the AFC west or the NFC west or even the NFC South/AFC east or nfc north. I dont think theyd have all those wins or even be a playoff team in those divisions

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    Since this should have been in the first post:

    Rank Team Opponent Win Pct.
    1 Oakland Raiders .578
    2 Denver Broncos .570
    3 St. Louis Rams .564
    4 San Diego Chargers .563
    4 San Francisco 49ers .563
    6 Seattle Seahawks .561
    7 Kansas City Chiefs .559
    8 Arizona Cardinals .547
    9 New York Jets .520
    10 New England Patriots .516
    11 Atlanta Falcons .512
    12 Miami Dolphins .508
    13 Green Bay Packers .504
    14 Buffalo Bills .500
    15 Chicago Bears .496
    16 Detroit Lions .492
    17 Washington Redskins .490
    18 Dallas Cowboys .488
    19 Tampa Bay Buccaneers .484
    20 Philadelphia Eagles .479
    21 Minnesota Vikings .477
    22 Carolina Panthers .473
    23 Cincinnati Bengals .469
    23 New Orleans Saints .469
    23 Pittsburgh Steelers .469
    26 Cleveland Browns .465
    26 New York Giants .465
    28 Baltimore Ravens .461
    29 Jacksonville Jaguars .453
    30 Houston Texans .441
    31 Tennessee Titans .438
    32 Indianapolis Colts .430


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    All this points out is who would have had the toughest schedule had they had this schedule last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullseyed View Post
    Since this should have been in the first post:
    Thanks i switched this out for the link

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoSox47 View Post
    Doesn't mean much but there should be some perspective put into it. When you see these teams being rated on how good they are and how some teams have had 10+ wins a few seasons in a row but they are facing the worst teams in the league. For instance indy. Three years in a row with 29th strength if schedule or easier, its kind of eye popping.

    What would indy do in in the AFC west or the NFC west or even the NFC South/AFC east or nfc north. I dont think theyd have all those wins or even be a playoff team in those divisions
    FWIW, they did beat San Fran, Seattle and Denver...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TC119 View Post
    FWIW, they did beat San Fran, Seattle and Denver...
    true

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    Quote Originally Posted by det32 View Post
    I don't think you can say they are the best.. I mean the hawks 49ers and cards are all good.. but I don't think they are any better or worse then pack bears lions/vikings. .
    Huh? The Cardinals would've won the NFC North last season... The difference between the NFC West and NFC North is enormous.

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    Gotta love the AFC South.
    So Anna, what do you think about the notion that Russell Wilson is better than Andrew Luck?

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