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Old 12-29-2003, 01:30 PM   #1
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Looks like the majority of our tough games are at home.
Seattle, Minnesota, Denver, and SanFran seem to dominate at home but struggle on the road. Good for us.
I'd be much more worried if we had to play these guys on the road.

Our two tougest road games look like Dallas and St Louis. While they are good teams, they don't skeer me one bit
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Old 12-30-2003, 01:39 PM   #2
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Man, this looks tough as hell to me. San Fran, Seattle, Denver, KC, Minnesota, St. Louis, and Dallas are all likely to be good teams next year (yes, yes, I know anything can happen, but they SHOULD all be competitive). Consider that San Diego is likely to get better behind maybe the best back in football and with Vick back (what was he, 3-1 as a starter this year??), Atlanta is going to get much better. This could end up being one of the toughest schedules in the league. Ouch.
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Man, this looks tough as hell to me. San Fran, Seattle, Denver, KC, Minnesota, St. Louis, and Dallas are all likely to be good teams next year (yes, yes, I know anything can happen, but they SHOULD all be competitive). Consider that San Diego is likely to get better behind maybe the best back in football and with Vick back (what was he, 3-1 as a starter this year??), Atlanta is going to get much better. This could end up being one of the toughest schedules in the league. Ouch.
San Fran-Sucks on the road, will lose Owens and Garcia.
Seattle-Worse on the road. I like our chances.
Denver-Unbeatable at home, but mediocre on the road.
KC-Will probably lose Vermiel, defense is horrible.
Minnesota-On the verge of implosion. May self-destruct
St Louis-Over-rated. Easiest schedule in the NFL this year. They don\'t scare me one bit.
Dallas-Our toughest road game.

I think it would be a tough schedule if home-away were reversed. Most of those great teams on our schedule struggle on the road and we get them in the dome.
I\'d say its a middle-of-the-pack schedule.

[Edited on 30/12/2003 by Danno]

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Old 12-30-2003, 02:53 PM   #4
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Sure Tweek, if you say so.
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