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2017 NFL schedule

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Team Grid

 

Weekly Grid

 

 

Four London games and one in Mexico City.

 

Week 11 final week for byes though six teams are off then.  Three different weeks have 6 teams on bye.

 

Byes do not start until Week 5.

 

<this time using actual 2017 schedules>

 

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Rough sledding on the horizon for the Cowboys.  Even if they're 'for real', I think 10 wins is a definite ceiling for them.  Out of the gate, if they do not beat the Giants at home, they could easily start 0-3.  September will be a good measuring stick.  Consider my expectations 'tempered' at best for the upcoming year.  2017 will be a time to build character and determine what we need defensively to actually make a deep run in the playoffs in 2018.

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Pats could run the table. 

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56 minutes ago, darin3 said:

Pats could run the table. 

 

Barring injury to Brady, they will.  Whatever NFC team shows up in SB52 will have wasted a good season to get there.  No one is going to deny the Patriots this year.

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23 minutes ago, CowboysDiehard said:

 

Barring injury to Brady, they will.  Whatever NFC team shows up in SB52 will have wasted a good season to get there.  No one is going to deny the Patriots this year.

 

So your saying the season is just a formality then?  :wink:

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14 hours ago, DMD said:

Team Grid

 

 

 

You have SDC in the right hand column still.

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9 minutes ago, Def. said:

 

So your saying the season is just a formality then?  :wink:

 

Guess I can skip watching any games then, maybe just the SB.

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Their non-divisional road games are @ OAK, DEN, PIT, NO, and TB.  Sure, they could win any/all of them.  But, they're not exactly cupcakes.  

 

 

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3 hours ago, Def. said:

 

So your saying the season is just a formality then?  :wink:

 

Yep.  If not for fantasy football and a little wagerin', there'd be no need to watch this year.

 

...and I should add that the Patriots have the easiest projected schedule this year.  They're a lock for the #1 seed in the AFC already.

Edited by CowboysDiehard
re: Pat's schedule

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3 hours ago, stevegrab said:

 

Guess I can skip watching any games then, maybe just the SB.

 

If you're not playing FFB or gambling, then, yeah.  The regular season is filled with bread and circuses.  There are better ways to spend your time if you're not a NE fan.

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3 hours ago, Gopher said:

Their non-divisional road games are @ OAK, DEN, PIT, NO, and TB.  Sure, they could win any/all of them.  But, they're not exactly cupcakes.  

 

 

 

The Oakland game is in Mexico City.

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21 hours ago, darin3 said:

Pats could run the table. 

No they won't. :shades:

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On 4/21/2017 at 9:06 AM, CowboysDiehard said:

Rough sledding on the horizon for the Cowboys.  Even if they're 'for real', I think 10 wins is a definite ceiling for them.  Out of the gate, if they do not beat the Giants at home, they could easily start 0-3.  September will be a good measuring stick.  Consider my expectations 'tempered' at best for the upcoming year.  2017 will be a time to build character and determine what we need defensively to actually make a deep run in the playoffs in 2018.

Yeah, it's rough

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