2012 NFL schedule out...

Interesting to note that the two teams with the 'easiest' strength of schedule are Green Bay and New England.

Giants and Broncos have the toughest schedules. Hope Peyton is ready.

NFC East has a tough array - each team will play at least seven teams who were in the playoffs last year. Philly plays half its schedule against playoff teams from 2011. Figure Dallas and Philly to be better and it could be a tough division to win.

I'll go out on a limb and predict the Cowboys will finish 5-11.

They will lose two each to Philly and NY, and split with the Redksins.

They will lose to Saints, Bears, Steelers, Ravens, Bengals, and Falcons.

They will beat the Bucs, Browns, Panthers, and Seahawks.

How's it look for your team?

Team schedules here:

Schedule here.

Styrength of schedule here.
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Hey, don't give up on your team so fast. A true fan stays with his team through good and bad times. In 1991, when the Yankees were the worst team in baseball, I went to the games and rooted for them. The bad times make the good times all the better. Boston will be there in Spetember.
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Originally posted by Redhawk:
I'm just in shock that the Lions will actually have 4 prime-time national televised games, plus the annual Thanksgiving game. They're on MNF once, a prime-time Saturday game once, and two Sunday Night spots.


Having Matt Stafford and Calvin Johonson on your team will do that for you. They're a fun team to watch. Can't wait for the Packers/Lions games this year and I can't remember the last time I said that.
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Originally posted by Redhawk:
I'm just in shock that the Lions will actually have 4 prime-time national televised games, plus the annual Thanksgiving game. They're on MNF once, a prime-time Saturday game once, and two Sunday Night spots.


I'm a Cowboys fan, but I'm an even bigger enthusiast for people enjoying their fanship in general.

Really nice to see the Lions roaring again.

You know, if Dallas hadn't blown that lead against the Lions, and no blocked field goal attempt in week 15, the Cowboys would've won their division and we'd have no Giants Super Bowl championship.

Entire seasons turn on such small events!
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Originally posted by Board-O:
Hey, don't give up on your team so fast. A true fan stays with his team through good and bad times. In 1991, when the Yankees were the worst team in baseball, I went to the games and rooted for them. The bad times make the good times all the better. Boston will be there in Spetember.

I'm sure you caught the game today. You sure about that? Ack

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