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How Does the Bengals' Strength of Schedule Compare to Other Teams in the League?


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Pittsburgh Steelers: 147-107-2, .579

 

2. Cincinnati Bengals: 144-112, .563

 

3. San Francisco 49ers: 143-112-1, .561

 

4. Seattle Seahawks: 142-112-2, .559

 

5. Arizona Cardinals:142-113-1, .557

 

6. St. Louis Rams: 141-114-1, .553

 

T-7. Oakland Raiders: 139-116-1, .545

 

T-7. Kansas City Chiefs: 139-116-1, .545

 

9. Cleveland Browns: 138-116-2, .543

 

10. Denver Broncos: 138-117-1, .541

 

11. Baltimore Ravens: 137-117-2, .539

 

12. Minnesota Vikings: 138-118, .539

 

13. Chicago Bears: 136-120, .531

 

14. Green Bay Packers: 135-120-1, .529

 

15. Detroit Lions: 135-121, .527

 

16. San Diego Chargers: 132-123-1, .518

 

17. Miami Dolphins: 126-130, .492

 

18. New York Jets: 125-131, .488

 

19. Buffalo Bills: 124-131-1, .486

 

T-20. Washington Redskins: 122-133-1, .478

 

T-20. New York Giants: 122-133-1, .478

 

22. New England Patriots: 122-134, .477

 

23. Philadelphia Eagles: 121-134-1, .475

 

24. Dallas Cowboys: 119-136-1, .467

 

25. Jacksonville Jaguars: 118-137-1, .463

 

26. Tennessee Titans: 111-144-1, .435

 

27. Carolina Panthers: 111-145, .434

 

28. New Orleans Saints: 109-145-2, .429

 

29. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 108-146-2, .425

 

30. Houston Texans: 106-148-2, .417

 

31. Indianapolis Colts: 106-149-1, .417

 

32. Atlanta Falcons: 104-150-2, .409

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Pittsburgh Steelers: 147-107-2, .579

 

2. Cincinnati Bengals: 144-112, .563

 

3. San Francisco 49ers: 143-112-1, .561

 

4. Seattle Seahawks: 142-112-2, .559

 

5. Arizona Cardinals:142-113-1, .557

 

6. St. Louis Rams: 141-114-1, .553

 

T-7. Oakland Raiders: 139-116-1, .545

 

T-7. Kansas City Chiefs: 139-116-1, .545

 

9. Cleveland Browns: 138-116-2, .543

 

10. Denver Broncos: 138-117-1, .541

 

11. Baltimore Ravens: 137-117-2, .539

 

12. Minnesota Vikings: 138-118, .539

 

13. Chicago Bears: 136-120, .531

 

14. Green Bay Packers: 135-120-1, .529

 

15. Detroit Lions: 135-121, .527

 

16. San Diego Chargers: 132-123-1, .518

 

17. Miami Dolphins: 126-130, .492

 

18. New York Jets: 125-131, .488

 

19. Buffalo Bills: 124-131-1, .486

 

T-20. Washington Redskins: 122-133-1, .478

 

T-20. New York Giants: 122-133-1, .478

 

22. New England Patriots: 122-134, .477

 

23. Philadelphia Eagles: 121-134-1, .475

 

24. Dallas Cowboys: 119-136-1, .467

 

25. Jacksonville Jaguars: 118-137-1, .463

 

26. Tennessee Titans: 111-144-1, .435

 

27. Carolina Panthers: 111-145, .434

 

28. New Orleans Saints: 109-145-2, .429

 

29. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 108-146-2, .425

 

30. Houston Texans: 106-148-2, .417

 

31. Indianapolis Colts: 106-149-1, .417

 

32. Atlanta Falcons: 104-150-2, .409

 

 

Seems like we are always near the top of that list. Damn. Well, maybe we will overcome the tough schedule.

 

Thanks.

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If you are in a "good" division then you almost always have one of the tougher schedules because that is 6 of your games. Add in the NFC division you are playing and if they are good then that's 4 more games. The other 6 are basically based on where you finished. If you are in a "bad" division then you get a weak schedule because 6 of your games are against bad teams

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If you are in a "good" division then you almost always have one of the tougher schedules because that is 6 of your games. Add in the NFC division you are playing and if they are good then that's 4 more games. The other 6 are basically based on where you finished. If you are in a "bad" division then you get a weak schedule because 6 of your games are against bad teams

 

That is not true. Each year you also play another division in your conference. The Bengals play the AFC West and the NFC West this year. The whole where you finished in your division really doesn't effect your schedule at all. There is only 2 games that is based off of where you finish. The other 14 games you know exactly who you play the next year before the season even ends.

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