Results 1 to 7 of 7
  1. #1
    Webby's Avatar
    Webby is offline Administrator
    Join Date
    Aug 1998
    Location
    A, A
    Posts
    8,976
    Blog Entries
    6

    2008 Strength of Schedule

    Vikings right up there!

    2008 NFL Strength of Schedule
    Team 2007 Pct./W-L
    Pittsburgh Steelers .598 / 153-103
    Indianapolis Colts .594 / 152-104
    Jacksonville Jaguars .559 / 143-113
    Minnesota Vikings .551 / 141-115
    Baltimore Ravens .551 / 141-115
    Cincinnati Bengals .547 / 140-116
    Cleveland Browns .547 / 140-116
    Houston Texans .547 / 140-116
    Detroit Lions .543 / 139-117
    Tennessee Titans .543 / 139-117
    Chicago Bears .531 / 136-120
    Green Bay Packers .531 / 136-120
    Dallas Cowboys .523 / 134-122
    Washington Redskins .523 / 134-122
    NY Giants .520 / 133-123
    Philadelphia Eagles .520 / 133-123
    St. Louis Rams .488 / 125-131
    San Francisco 49ers .484 / 124-132
    Seattle Seahawks .477 / 122-134
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers .469 / 120-136
    Arizona Cardinals .465 / 119-137
    Carolina Panthers .465 / 119-137
    Miami Dolphins .465 / 119-137
    Atlanta Falcons .461 / 118-138
    NY Jets .457 / 117-139
    Kansas City Chiefs .453 / 116-140
    Buffalo Bills .449 / 115-141
    New Orleans Saints .449 / 115-141
    Denver Broncos .445 / 114-142
    Oakland Raiders .438 / 112-144
    San Diego Chargers .422 / 108-148
    New England Patriots .387 / 99-157

  2. #2
    Zeus's Avatar
    Zeus is offline Jersey Retired
    Join Date
    Apr 2006
    Location
    Minnesota.
    Posts
    23,937

    Re: 2008 Strength of Schedule

    "Webby" wrote:
    Vikings right up there!

    2008 NFL Strength of Schedule
    Team 2007 Pct./W-L
    Pittsburgh Steelers .598 / 153-103
    Indianapolis Colts .594 / 152-104
    Jacksonville Jaguars .559 / 143-113
    Minnesota Vikings .551 / 141-115
    Baltimore Ravens .551 / 141-115
    Cincinnati Bengals .547 / 140-116
    Cleveland Browns .547 / 140-116
    Houston Texans .547 / 140-116
    Detroit Lions .543 / 139-117
    Tennessee Titans .543 / 139-117
    Chicago Bears .531 / 136-120
    Green Bay Packers .531 / 136-120
    Dallas Cowboys .523 / 134-122
    Washington Redskins .523 / 134-122
    NY Giants .520 / 133-123
    Philadelphia Eagles .520 / 133-123
    St. Louis Rams .488 / 125-131
    San Francisco 49ers .484 / 124-132
    Seattle Seahawks .477 / 122-134
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers .469 / 120-136
    Arizona Cardinals .465 / 119-137
    Carolina Panthers .465 / 119-137
    Miami Dolphins .465 / 119-137
    Atlanta Falcons .461 / 118-138
    NY Jets .457 / 117-139
    Kansas City Chiefs .453 / 116-140
    Buffalo Bills .449 / 115-141
    New Orleans Saints .449 / 115-141
    Denver Broncos .445 / 114-142
    Oakland Raiders .438 / 112-144
    San Diego Chargers .422 / 108-148
    New England Patriots .387 / 99-157
    Meaningless.
    The Patriots are the lowest because they play the 1-15 (in 2007) Miami Dolphins two times, for example.

    =Z=

    Thanks to Josdin for the awesome sig!

  3. #3
    C Mac D's Avatar
    C Mac D is offline Posting to P'own
    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Location
    Brooklyn, NY
    Posts
    13,468

    Re: 2008 Strength of Schedule

    "Zeus" wrote:
    "Webby" wrote:
    Vikings right up there!

    2008 NFL Strength of Schedule
    Team 2007 Pct./W-L
    Pittsburgh Steelers .598 / 153-103
    Indianapolis Colts .594 / 152-104
    Jacksonville Jaguars .559 / 143-113
    Minnesota Vikings .551 / 141-115
    Baltimore Ravens .551 / 141-115
    Cincinnati Bengals .547 / 140-116
    Cleveland Browns .547 / 140-116
    Houston Texans .547 / 140-116
    Detroit Lions .543 / 139-117
    Tennessee Titans .543 / 139-117
    Chicago Bears .531 / 136-120
    Green Bay Packers .531 / 136-120
    Dallas Cowboys .523 / 134-122
    Washington Redskins .523 / 134-122
    NY Giants .520 / 133-123
    Philadelphia Eagles .520 / 133-123
    St. Louis Rams .488 / 125-131
    San Francisco 49ers .484 / 124-132
    Seattle Seahawks .477 / 122-134
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers .469 / 120-136
    Arizona Cardinals .465 / 119-137
    Carolina Panthers .465 / 119-137
    Miami Dolphins .465 / 119-137
    Atlanta Falcons .461 / 118-138
    NY Jets .457 / 117-139
    Kansas City Chiefs .453 / 116-140
    Buffalo Bills .449 / 115-141
    New Orleans Saints .449 / 115-141
    Denver Broncos .445 / 114-142
    Oakland Raiders .438 / 112-144
    San Diego Chargers .422 / 108-148
    New England Patriots .387 / 99-157
    Meaningless.
    The Patriots are the lowest because they play the 1-15 (in 2007) Miami Dolphins two times, for example.

    =Z=
    Actually, the Dolphins are 0-0... I got that off your power rankings.
    Disclaimer: I'm an idiot.

  4. #4
    Vikefan05's Avatar
    Vikefan05 is offline Pro-Bowler
    Join Date
    Dec 1969
    Posts
    336

    Re: 2008 Strength of Schedule

    It will be good to win with a hard schedule.
    Keep our guys trying hard every week.
    Adversity is the best team builder.
    Its better to lose the first game than the last one.

  5. #5
    Zeus's Avatar
    Zeus is offline Jersey Retired
    Join Date
    Apr 2006
    Location
    Minnesota.
    Posts
    23,937

    Re: 2008 Strength of Schedule

    "C" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "Webby" wrote:
    Vikings right up there!

    2008 NFL Strength of Schedule
    Team 2007 Pct./W-L
    Pittsburgh Steelers .598 / 153-103
    Indianapolis Colts .594 / 152-104
    Jacksonville Jaguars .559 / 143-113
    Minnesota Vikings .551 / 141-115
    Baltimore Ravens .551 / 141-115
    Cincinnati Bengals .547 / 140-116
    Cleveland Browns .547 / 140-116
    Houston Texans .547 / 140-116
    Detroit Lions .543 / 139-117
    Tennessee Titans .543 / 139-117
    Chicago Bears .531 / 136-120
    Green Bay Packers .531 / 136-120
    Dallas Cowboys .523 / 134-122
    Washington Redskins .523 / 134-122
    NY Giants .520 / 133-123
    Philadelphia Eagles .520 / 133-123
    St. Louis Rams .488 / 125-131
    San Francisco 49ers .484 / 124-132
    Seattle Seahawks .477 / 122-134
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers .469 / 120-136
    Arizona Cardinals .465 / 119-137
    Carolina Panthers .465 / 119-137
    Miami Dolphins .465 / 119-137
    Atlanta Falcons .461 / 118-138
    NY Jets .457 / 117-139
    Kansas City Chiefs .453 / 116-140
    Buffalo Bills .449 / 115-141
    New Orleans Saints .449 / 115-141
    Denver Broncos .445 / 114-142
    Oakland Raiders .438 / 112-144
    San Diego Chargers .422 / 108-148
    New England Patriots .387 / 99-157
    Meaningless.
    The Patriots are the lowest because they play the 1-15 (in 2007) Miami Dolphins two times, for example.
    Actually, the Dolphins are 0-0... I got that off your power rankings.
    Did you miss the "in 2007" blurb?
    2008's strength of schedule is based off of the totally meaningless for 2008 stat of wins and losses in 2007.

    =Z=

    Thanks to Josdin for the awesome sig!

  6. #6
    C Mac D's Avatar
    C Mac D is offline Posting to P'own
    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Location
    Brooklyn, NY
    Posts
    13,468

    Re: 2008 Strength of Schedule

    Touche... to be honest though, the Patriots could make another serious run at 16-0.
    Disclaimer: I'm an idiot.

  7. #7
    funkyasflea's Avatar
    funkyasflea is offline Pro-Bowler
    Join Date
    Oct 2007
    Posts
    331

    Re: 2008 Strength of Schedule

    "Zeus" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "Webby" wrote:
    Vikings right up there!

    2008 NFL Strength of Schedule
    Team 2007 Pct./W-L
    Pittsburgh Steelers .598 / 153-103
    Indianapolis Colts .594 / 152-104
    Jacksonville Jaguars .559 / 143-113
    Minnesota Vikings .551 / 141-115
    Baltimore Ravens .551 / 141-115
    Cincinnati Bengals .547 / 140-116
    Cleveland Browns .547 / 140-116
    Houston Texans .547 / 140-116
    Detroit Lions .543 / 139-117
    Tennessee Titans .543 / 139-117
    Chicago Bears .531 / 136-120
    Green Bay Packers .531 / 136-120
    Dallas Cowboys .523 / 134-122
    Washington Redskins .523 / 134-122
    NY Giants .520 / 133-123
    Philadelphia Eagles .520 / 133-123
    St. Louis Rams .488 / 125-131
    San Francisco 49ers .484 / 124-132
    Seattle Seahawks .477 / 122-134
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers .469 / 120-136
    Arizona Cardinals .465 / 119-137
    Carolina Panthers .465 / 119-137
    Miami Dolphins .465 / 119-137
    Atlanta Falcons .461 / 118-138
    NY Jets .457 / 117-139
    Kansas City Chiefs .453 / 116-140
    Buffalo Bills .449 / 115-141
    New Orleans Saints .449 / 115-141
    Denver Broncos .445 / 114-142
    Oakland Raiders .438 / 112-144
    San Diego Chargers .422 / 108-148
    New England Patriots .387 / 99-157
    Meaningless.
    The Patriots are the lowest because they play the 1-15 (in 2007) Miami Dolphins two times, for example.
    Actually, the Dolphins are 0-0... I got that off your power rankings.
    Did you miss the "in 2007" blurb?
    2008's strength of schedule is based off of the totally meaningless for 2008 stat of wins and losses in 2007.

    =Z=
    See, now THIS would be an appropriate thread to post your 0-0 power rankings to remind everyone that the past does not matter.
    It can show trends, but the fact is that anything can happen in a new season and all that matters is Wins/losses (/ties)

Similar Threads

  1. Big 2008 Schedule Bar Banners
    By acman1 in forum The Clubhouse
    Replies: 35
    Last Post: 07-10-2008, 06:33 PM
  2. (Merged) 2008 Schedule ...?
    By ultravikingfan in forum Vikings Offseason/Draft/FA Forum
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: 03-10-2008, 10:50 AM
  3. Strength Of Schedule
    By COJOMAY in forum General NFL Discussion
    Replies: 9
    Last Post: 09-20-2007, 06:02 PM
  4. Strength of Schedule
    By YogidAbEAR in forum General NFL Discussion
    Replies: 4
    Last Post: 07-16-2006, 09:41 PM
  5. 2005 Strength of Schedule & Travel
    By Webby in forum General NFL Discussion
    Replies: 5
    Last Post: 09-10-2005, 06:48 AM

Tags for this Thread

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •