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Strength of Schedule

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Steelers, Colts have toughest 2008 schedules

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Updated: April 15, 2008, 7:19 PM ET

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2008 Strength of Schedule
Team     Opponents' '07 win pct.     Opponents' '07 wins     Opponents' '07 losses
Steelers     .598     153     103
Colts     .594     152     104
Jaguars     .559     143     113
Vikings     .551     141     115
Ravens     .551     141     115
Bengals     .547     140     116
Texans     .547     140     116
Browns     .547     140     116
Lions     .543     139     117
Titans     .543     139     117
Bears     .531     136     120
Packers     .531     136     120
Redskins     .523     134     122
Cowboys     .523     134     122
Eagles     .520     133     123
Giants     .520     133     123
Rams     .488     125     131
49ers     .484     124     132
Seahawks     .477     122     134
Buccaneers     .469     120     136
Falcons     .469     120     136
Cardinals     .465     119     137
Dolphins     .465     119     137
Panthers     .465     119     137
Jets     .457     117     139
Chiefs     .453     116     140
Bills     .449     115     141
Saints     .449     115     141
Broncos     .445     114     142
Raiders     .438     112     144
Chargers     .422     108     148
Patriots     .387     99     157

Kind of hard to read but take the last numbers move them over to the end under 07 losses and the middle numbers under 07 wins...

Well it seems the team that was undefeated has the easiest schedule which i find odd...

Two of our division foes are just ahead of this too....

To sum it up we have to win this year with this schedule...

This is a Fan-Created Comment on MileHighReport.com. The opinion here is not necessarily shared by the editorial staff of MHR

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