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Since: 4.1.02
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#1 Posted on
I thought I would share this here too.

The NFL released the list of opponents for the upcoming 2002 season. (Click Here)

Now, you too can go "Damn, I sure am going to miss those two games against Arizona." or "Why do we have to go to St. Louis AGAIN?"

Phil



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That's pretty interesting...strength of schedule only determines two out of the 16 games now. (The Pack got the Redskins and the 49ers - I guess we could do worse ;-) - also, at least I can pretend I'm going to 3Com next year and then laze out at the last minute since it'll be on TV anyway)



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Well this isn't very nice. Our two SoS games are the Rams in St. Louis, and the Eagles at home. I don't know that I like this schedule



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#4 Posted on
Well then you shouldn't have won the division

The Giants two SOS games are against Minnesota and Atlanta which is slightly better than the Green Bay, New Orleans pairing they could have gotten if they had finished at .500

BTW - NFL.com has it broken down into a neat little table that makes things a little easier to figure out.

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Yup, bet on the Giants in a big way next year! They will be back with a vengeance!



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#6 Posted on
What Pieman said.
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Do you guys think Kerry Collins is good as the QB for the future in NY?



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#8 Posted on
He's better than Danny Kennel and Dave Brown and Kent Grahm. Flat out he's put up the best numbers since Phil Sims. That being said Jason Sehorn is an over paid peice of monkey crap.
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Man, the Bucs have a pretty tough out of division schedule next year (Green Bay, Minnesota, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Chicago, Detroit, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Philadelphia). I'm not sure I like this.



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Thank you, BucsFan.

*mutters about the SoS games being Philly and St. Louis.. again*

Hope the road games are gotten out of the way early.
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Damn, why did they take the Bucs out of the Central, anyway? The play ALL the North teams next year...



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#12 Posted on
As long as Green Bay still has two opportunities each season to lay a thuggish beating on Chicago, I'll live with the rest of the schedule.

That is...until Brett Favre retires.

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Or until Favre gets loopy on the painkillers again.

Not that I'm hoping that happens. Really, I swear.



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Under this new crazy schedule, does that mean come playoff time they'll be four divison champs and two wild card teams, or are they adding more wild cards or what?

Just curious, I can't glean it from the article.

I love how they left all the important NFC East teams together and got rid of the shitty Cardinals...



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#15 Posted on
As of right now, that is exactly how they will do the playoffs. 4 division winners and 2 Wild Card Teams from each Conference.

There was talk of expanding the playoffs to add a wild card team to each conference but that kinda went nowhere. That doesn't mean the topic has been shelved, just not decided on yet.

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As long as we're asking, how about they give the four division teams the same week for the bye, then they come back the next week to play each other?




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NO!! Why must the Eagles and Bears play each other again? It's bad enough they're meeting in the playoffs, but at least that means they were both good this year & I'm guaranteed my favorite team in the NFC Championship game.

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#18 Posted on
Originally posted by Sec19Row53
As long as we're asking, how about they give the four division teams the same week for the bye, then they come back the next week to play each other?




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I believe that is how they are going to do it this year. The entire division will have off the same week. And you won't have one team on a bye every week. They will only have 8 weeks of weeks.

At least that is the logical way to do it.

Phil



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