Current strength of schedule

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    Current strength of schedule

    Here's the opponents W/L & %. Again, the cellar belongs to the NFC east. Last week NYG, this week WAS.

    These stats are from this season only

    DET  23-10/69.7%

    CLE  25-11/69.4%

    TEN  22-13/62.9%

    OAK 20-12/62.5%

    KC    18-16/59.2%

    CAR  12-15/44.4%

    MIA  16-11/59.3%

    SD     17-12/58.6%

    AZ     16-12/57.1%

    CIN   20-15/57.1%

    STL   19-15/55.9%

    SF      15-13/53.6%

    ATL   15-13/53.6%

    SEA   17-15/53.1%

    TB     17-16/51.5%

    NE    18-17/51.4%

    BAL  18-17/51.4%

    CHI   14-14/50%

    GB     14-15/48.3%

    NO    14-15/48.3%

    DAL  14-15/48.3%

    DEN  16-18/47.1%

    NYJ   16-18/ 47.1%

    BUF  15-19/44.1%

    HOU 14-19/42.4%

    NYG  13-21/38.2%

    JAX   13-21/38.2%

    PHI    10-18/35.7%

    IND   10-18/35.7%

    MIN  11-23/32.4%

    PIT    11-23/32.4%

    WAS  9-26/25.7%


    Only the division winner from the NFC East makes the post season IMO.
     
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    Re: Current strength of schedule

    I assume the Pats were on top before last week?  Playing the Titans and Bucs will bring us down the chart for sure.
     
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    I assume the Pats were on top before last week?  Playing the Titans and Bucs will bring us down the chart for sure.
    Posted by carawaydj


    No, they were up about 5 spots though.
     
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    Re: Current strength of schedule

    Makes you wonder how good MIN and IND are? They really haven't played tough competition. I'd also have to argue that NO has not been tested given the weak strength of schedule the Giants have.

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    Here's the opponents W/L & %. Again, the cellar belongs to the NFC east. Last week NYG, this week WAS. DET   23-10/69.7% CLE   25-11/69.4% TEN   22-13/62.9% OAK 20-12/62.5% KC      18-16/59.2% CAR   12-15/44.4% MIA   16-11/59.3% SD      17-12/58.6% AZ      16-12/57.1% CIN    20-15/57.1% STL    19-15/55.9% SF       15-13/53.6% ATL    15-13/53.6% SEA    17-15/53.1% TB      17-16/51.5% NE     18-17/51.4% BAL   18-17/51.4% CHI    14-14/50% GB      14-15/48.3% NO     14-15/48.3% DAL   14-15/48.3% DEN   16-18/47.1% NYJ    16-18/ 47.1% BUF   15-19/44.1% HOU 14-19/42.4% NYG   13-21/38.2% JAX    13-21/38.2% PHI     10-18/35.7% IND    10-18/35.7% MIN   11-23/32.4% PIT     11-23/32.4% WAS   9-26/25.7% Only the division winner from the NFC East makes the post season IMO.
    Posted by jbolted

     
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    Re: Current strength of schedule

    Here's another perspective...

    Rank Team Rating Last High Low 1 Tennessee (0-6) 29.0 8 1 23 2 New England (4-2) 28.9 1 1 17 3 Miami (2-3) 28.7 4 2 23 4 Atlanta (4-1) 28.6 5 4 30 5 San Diego (2-3) 28.5 12 5 22 6 Cleveland (1-5) 28.3 6 1 13 7 NY Jets (3-3) 28.0 2 2 31 8 San Francisco (3-2) 28.0 9 5 29 9 Baltimore (3-3) 27.9 10 1 30 10 Arizona (3-2) 27.6 19 1 19 11 Chicago (3-2) 27.5 15 10 26 12 Cincinnati (4-2) 27.2 3 2 28 13 Seattle (2-4) 26.5 11 7 30 14 Denver (6-0) 26.3 17 14 32 15 Buffalo (2-4) 25.9 21 2 30 16 Detroit (1-5) 25.4 13 1 21 17 Indianapolis (5-0) 25.1 20 6 30 18 Oakland (2-4) 25.1 23 18 28 19 New Orleans (5-0) 24.9 18 6 32 20 Houston (3-3) 24.7 30 13 30 21 NY Giants (5-1) 24.4 31 3 31 22 St Louis (0-6) 23.8 14 7 29 23 Green Bay (3-2) 23.8 7 7 31 24 Minnesota (6-0) 23.7 29 12 32 25 Pittsburgh (4-2) 22.8 16 2 25 26 Dallas (3-2) 22.7 26 6 30 27 Jacksonville (3-3) 21.9 22 5 27 28 Kansas City (1-5) 20.7 24 6 28 29 Philadelphia (3-2) 19.0 27 1 29 30 Tampa Bay (0-6) 18.9 25 6 30 31 Carolina (2-3) 16.5 28 3 31 32 Washington (2-4) 13.8 32 1 32



















































































































































































































     
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    Re: Current strength of schedule

    I think you have it the wrong way around.  I think easier schedules would make it EASIER for undeserving(?) NFC East teams to make the playoffs.
     
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    Re: Current strength of schedule

    If you are trying to assess strength of schedule, you really want to know how do a teams' opponents perform against the other teams they have played.  The cumulative record of opponents is misleading because it is affected by the results of games played by the team itself.  The cumulative opponents' record of 6-0 team will be much worse than the cumulative opponents' record of a 0-6 if both teams play all of the same opponents.

    The list changes if you subtract games played by the team itself.

               adj     adj   adj        
               opp    opp  opp
                W      L     W%
        DET   18     9     67
        CLE   20    10    67
        CIN   18    11    62
        OAK   16    10    62
        ATL   14      9    61
        AZ    14      9    61
        MIA   13      9    59
        NO    14    10    58
        SD    14    10    58
        DEN   16    12    57
        SF    13    10    57
        NE    16    13    55
        TEN   16    13    55
        CHI    12    11    52
        BAL    15    14    52
        DAL    12    12    50
        GB      12    12    50
        SEA    13    13    50
        NYJ    13    15    46
        KC     13    15    46
        STL    13    15    46
        IND    10    13    43
        NYG    12    16    43
        HOU    11    16    41
        CAR     9    13    41
        TB     11    16    41
        MIN    11    17    39
        BUF    11    17    39
        JAX    10    18    36
        PHI      8    15    35
        PIT      9    19    32
        WAS    5    24    17

    Notice: NO, DEN, ATL, CIN have been winning while playing some of the most competitive schedules.

     
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    Re: Current strength of schedule

    Play the schedule.  All well and good, but you can only play the team during the current week. 
     
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    Re: Current strength of schedule

    bolt and ALL:

    ~jbolt, ya know I respect You and all, BUT LowFBIQ, and InMinnesota are giving better indications of where team's stand according to their criterion, and THIS is WHY:  CURRENT Strength of Schedule (during the season) Don't mean you-know-what, and only pathetic Sport's news-services (like ESPN does incessantly), Try to make it sound important...WHY don't it mean j#ck?  BECAUSE, IT'S Based On The PREVIOUS Season (and here's the trully hot tip: Team's change from year to year...it's true)... 

    After the 2008 season, I get kinda p.o.'ed when someone brings up S.O.S. DURING the year, BECAUSE, again, IT'S FROM LAST Year!  The New England Patriot's as I recall, ran into this problem BIG TIME (and unfairly in '08) when Miami won the Division based on The PREVIOUS YEAR's S.O.S. as BOTH teams had the same record AND split wins in their 2 regular season matchups (sadly IF you based it at the END of the season, as it should be done, and should have been done THAT '07 year to determine Division Winner, The Patriots when all was said and done HAD the STRONGER S.O.S. THAT year...the year that SHOULD be used, at the end)...  So Miami essentially coasted into the playoffs last year, not because they were the better team that season, far from it...

    Miami got in in otherwords because they played Team's in '08 (like the 11-5 Pats) which were BETTER in '07 (the 16-0 Pats), Got in a sick way, rewarded for playing opponents who were beter the year before (as the Pats stayed home afer playing opponents, Beter, THAT current year) AND for some godly unknown reason, The NFL bases this tie-breaker scenario- (and for Pats/Miami, it was the first time it happened in like 27 years-both same record, both 1-1 W/L splitting of regular season matchup for teams in question) -on the PREVIOUS year's opponents's records...which is well...b.s..  
     
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    bolt and ALL : ~ jbolt , ya know I respect You and all, BUT LowFBIQ , and InMinnesota are giving better indications of where team's stand according to their criterion, and THIS is WHY:  CURRENT Strength of Schedule (during the season) Don't mean you-know-what, and only pathetic Sport's news-services (like ESPN does incessantly), Try to make it sound important...WHY don't it mean j#ck?  BECAUSE, IT'S Based On The PREVIOUS Season (and here's the trully hot tip: Team's change from year to year...it's true)...  After the 2008 season, I get kinda p.o.'ed when someone brings up S.O.S. DURING the year, BECAUSE, again, IT'S FROM LAST Year!   The New England Patriot's as I recall, ran into this problem BIG TIME (and unfairly in '08) when Miami won the Division based on The PREVIOUS YEAR's S.O.S. as BOTH teams had the same record AND split wins in their 2 regular season matchups (sadly IF you based it at the END of the season, as it should be done, and should have been done THAT '07 year to determine Division Winner, The Patriots when all was said and done  HAD the STRONGER S.O.S. THAT year...the year that SHOULD be used, at the end )...  So Miami essentially coasted into the playoffs last year, not because they were the better team that season, far from it... Miami got in in otherwords because they played Team's in '08 (like the 11-5 Pats) which were BETTER in '07 (the 16-0 Pats), Got in a sick way, rewarded for playing opponents who were beter the year before (as the Pats stayed home afer playing opponents, Beter, THAT current year) AND for some godly unknown reason, The NFL bases this tie-breaker scenario - (and for Pats/Miami, it was the first time it happened in like 27 years-both same record, both 1-1 W/L splitting of regular season matchup for teams in question) - on the PREVIOUS year's opponents's records...which is well...b.s..   
    Posted by LazarusintheSanatorium


    My stats are from this season only
     
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    Re: Current strength of schedule

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    In Response to Re: Current strength of schedule : My stats are from this season only
    Posted by jbolted


    ~How about I just sh^t-up then lol...  Seriously though, My bad, I thought you got the S.O.S.'s  from some cheezy web-page, the web-site proselytizing How some team's have it easy based on standard S.O.S. people over-emphasize throughout the season, when it's based on Last Year's Opponent's W-L Records...I hate that.  BUT YOU actually did homework, so well, Nevermind (how about we forget about altogeter in fact) the page worth of complaints I gave in my previous post... ;^)
     
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