2016 NFL Strength of Schedule

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The regular season schedule was just announced by the NFL.

Below is the strength of schedule for all 32 teams.

T-1. Atlanta Falcons (0.555)
T-1. San Francisco 49ers (0.555)
3. Los Angeles Rams (0.551)
4. New Orleans Saints (0.547)
T-5. Seattle Seahawks (0.543)
T-5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0.543)
T-7. Arizona Cardinals (0.531)
T-7. New York Jets (0.531)
9. New England Patriots (0.523)
10. Buffalo Bills (0.520)
11. Miami Dolphins (0.516)
12. Carolina Panthers (0.512)
13. San Diego Chargers (0.508)
14. Denver Broncos (0.504)
15. Oakland Raiders (0.500)
16. Kansas City Chiefs (0.496)
17. Washington Redskins (0.492)
18. Minnesota Vikings (0.488)
T-19. Baltimore Ravens (0.484)
T-19. Houston Texans (0.484)
21. Cleveland Browns (0.480)
22. Indianapolis Colts (0.477)
T-23. Jacksonville Jaguars (0.473)
T-23. Pittsburgh Steelers (0.473)
T-23. Tennessee Titans (0.473)
26. Philadelphia Eagles (0.469)
T-27. Cincinnati Bengals (0.465)
T-27. Detroit Lions (0.465)
T-27. Dallas Cowboys (0.465)
T-30. Chicago Bears (0.461)
T-30. New York Giants (0.461)
32. Green Bay Packers (0.457)

Somehow the Green Bay Packers ended up with the easiest schedule in the NFL. While the Atlanta Falcons and San Francisco 49ers will face the toughest competition this year.

Looking at this list, I definitely like the Packers and Giants chances of having a successful year. On the other side of the coin, it’s looking extremely tough for the 49ers, Rams, and Saints. Expect more of the same for these 3 teams. :(


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1 Comment on "2016 NFL Strength of Schedule"

  1. Hard not to agree with about the Packers! Jordy back! The GMEN still need help in the secondary (safety) and oline help.
    Dallas could surprised people this season. That oline is still tip top and with Romo back!! I expect the NFC East to be competitive. As for the NFC North. Vikings, Packers, Bears and Lions. I’m still skeptical of the Pack but I agree on paper.

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