Seattle Sept. 12 1:00
San Fran Sept. 19 1:00
at St.Louis Sept. 26 1:00
at Arizona Oct. 3 4:05
Tampa Bay Oct. 10 1:00
Minnesota Oct. 17 8:30
at Oakland Oct. 24 4:15
Open Oct. 31 all day
at San Diego Nov. 7 4:05
Kansas City Nov. 14 1:00
Denver Nov. 21 1:00
at Atlanta Nov. 28 4:05
Carolina Dec. 5 1:00
at Dallas Dec. 12 1:00
at Tampa Bay Dec. 19 4:05
Atlanta Dec. 26 1:00
at Carolina Jan. 2 1:00
San Fran and Arizona have new coaches, new system, glad we get them early.
Open date between road games. Less fatigueing.
Both Atlanta games late, Vick should be injured by then.
Seattle, San Fran, Minnesota, Kansas City and Denver are bad road teams. Glad we get them in the dome.
Most of our road games are versus weak teams, Arizona, Oakland, St Louis and San Diego.
Think Charles Grant and Bryan Young are licking their chops to get a shot against Turley?
IÃƒÂ¢Ã¢Â‚Â¬Ã¢Â„Â¢ll let someone else point out the negatives.
No Monday Night Game.
Seattle may expose some weaknesses of our defense. They have the offensive fire power to put up 30; other teams may try to copy what they do successfully(North/South running or throwing at the #2 CB).
Didn\'t we lose to Seattle (at Seattle) to open the season last year? I say it\'s revenge time in the dome!
A potentially difficult schedule if some teams plays at the level they are capable of. It will be interesting to see where we fall in the league as far as difficulty.
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