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Old 12-31-2007, 03:23 PM   #1
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How tough was our schedule?

Skins finished with the second toughest strength of schedule. Opponents were .555. Eagles were first with a .563 strength of schedule so of the playoff teams we had the toughest schedule to get there. Not only do I think that finishing 9-7 against such a tough schedule is great, but I think it shows how much better we should be than the 10-6 Seahawks with a .414 sos.
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Old 12-31-2007, 03:25 PM   #2
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Skins finished with the second toughest strength of schedule. Opponents were .555. Eagles were first with a .563 strength of schedule so of the playoff teams we had the toughest schedule to get there. Not only do I think that finishing 9-7 against such a tough schedule is great, but I think it shows how much better we should be than the 10-6 Seahawks with a .414 sos.
I'm prone to agree. We had to play the Pats, the Packers, the Bucs, the Giants. All very decent if not, excellent teams.

I think 9-7 is a good way to finish up the year.
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Old 12-31-2007, 03:39 PM   #3
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Re: How tough was our schedule?

Add these stats to the fact that we had the second toughest schedule in the league this year (stats are from Mike Sando ESPN column):

The Redskins entered Week 17 with five starters on season-ending reserve lists and a sixth, Sean Taylor, having met a tragic demise. Five other teams entered the weekend with more than five starters lost to injury for the season. None earned playoff spots.

The Redskins played the final three weeks without their injured starting quarterback. They won all three games. Jason Campbell is probably done for the season. That's notable because the five teams with starting quarterbacks on injured reserve watched their teams miss the playoffs.

Six teams placed two starting offensive linemen on season-ending reserve lists this season, but only one -- Washington, of course -- is heading to the playoffs.
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Old 12-31-2007, 04:13 PM   #4
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We had to play the Pats, the Packers, the Bucs, the Giants
and other than the pats game,we gave all the rest of them away!!!if the skins can make it to the championship game,they will beat the packers in green bay!!!!!
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