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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by fitantitans, Apr 7, 2006.
You are right. Sorry for the misunderstanding.
I don't think it's the best hands down, the NFC south is tough. Panthers, Bucs, and falcons are brutal, and usually the saints are in the middle, they're tougher than they looked last year. Last season, the NFC east probably edges them out, but they might be more competitive this coming year.
Here's what the Tennessean article said:
"Tough schedule: Based on the records of their opponents from last season, the Titans have the sixth-toughest 2006 schedule.
The winning percentage of Tennessee's 16 opponents is .527 (135 wins, 121 losses). The Giants and Bengals have the toughest schedule — their opponents had a .543 winning percentage — followed by the Saints and Buccaneers (.539 each).
The Super Bowl-winning Steelers have the fifth-toughest schedule (.531)."
well even if we do have a tough schedule one thing is for sure, we will be inVINCEable
Yeah, this all makes sense, we had a fantastic 4-12 record last year, which means we should be given the 6th toughest schedule in the NFL! :sad2:
Its not Personal - Its Business
Schedules are slotted. When Titans finished third in AFCS their opponents were determined based on that, and that alone.
wanna borrow my coke bottle glasses. :ha:
The hate runs deep in me.
I'll take 2-14 just so the rest of the nfl can rub it in the colts eye even worse while we take that #1 overall pick and storm our way to 14-2 the next year. I can be fine with that. (I know you are reading this... You know who you are)
I hate me some Manning.:grrr: