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Thread: 2014 schedule

  1. #1
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    2014 schedule

    2014 Regular season schedule

    Sep. 7 at St. Louis Rams

    Sep. 14 New England Patriots

    Sep. 21 at New Orleans Saints

    Sep. 28 Atlanta Falcons

    Oct. 2 at Green Bay Packers (Thu)

    Oct. 12 Detroit Lions

    Oct. 19 at Buffalo Bills

    Oct. 26 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    Nov. 2 Washington Redskins

    Nov. 9 BYE

    Nov. 16 at Chicago Bears

    Nov. 23 Green Bay Packers

    Nov. 30 Carolina Panthers

    Dec. 7 New York Jets

    Dec. 14 at Detroit Lions

    Dec. 21 at Miami Dolphins

    Dec. 28 Chicago Bears


    Rank / Team / 2014 Opponent winning percentage

    1 Oakland Raiders 0.578

    2 Denver Broncos 0.570

    3 St. Louis Rams 0.564

    4 San Diego Chargers 0.563

    4 San Francisco 49ers 0.563

    6 Seattle Seahawks 0.561

    7 Kansas City Chiefs 0.559

    8 Arizona Cardinals 0.547

    9 New York Jets 0.520

    10 New England Patriots 0.516

    11 Atlanta Falcons 0.512

    12 Miami Dolphins 0.508

    13 Green Bay Packers 0.504

    14 Buffalo Bills 0.500

    15 Chicago Bears 0.496

    16 Detroit Lions 0.492

    17 Washington Redskins 0.490

    18 Dallas Cowboys 0.488

    19 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 0.484

    20 Philadelphia Eagles 0.479

    21 Minnesota Vikings 0.477

    22 Carolina Panthers 0.473

    23 Cincinnati Bengals 0.469

    23 New Orleans Saints 0.469

    23 Pittsburgh Steelers 0.469

    26 Cleveland Browns 0.465

    26 New York Giants 0.465

    28 Baltimore Ravens 0.461

    29 Jacksonville Jaguars 0.453

    30 Houston Texans 0.441

    31 Tennessee Titans 0.438

    32 Indianapolis Colts 0.430



    At first glance I thought our schedule looked pretty tough. I was surprised it ranks only 21st on the strength of schedule. I see anywhere from 4 to 7 wins this year. Maybe a little more if the team gels under the direction of the new coaching staff quickly and whoever ends up starting at QB steps up and plays well.
    All he does is catch TOUCHDOWNS!!!!!!!!!!

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    cassel and crew are good for at least eight wins....as long as ponder stays on the bench.

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    That's a very tough beginning for the Vikings. They could be 0-5 after the first 5 games and actually look good in losing. Their best chance of winning in the first five is the Atlanta game at home.

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