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GCGiant
10-24-2012, 07:21 AM
If the Giants make it to the playoffs with this schedule, they should just award the Lombardi to them and cancel the playoffs...

Week 08 @ Dallas Cowboys
Sun, 10/28 at 4:25 PM EDT

Week 09 Pittsburgh Steelers
Sun, 11/04 at 4:25 PM EST

Week 10 @ Cincinnati Bengals
Sun, 11/11 at 1:00 PM EST

Week 12 Green Bay Packers
Sun, 11/25 at 8:20 PM EST

Week 13 @ Washington Redskins
Mon, 12/03 at 8:30 PM EST

Week 14 New Orleans Saints
Sun, 12/09 at 4:25 PM EST

Week 15 @ Atlanta Falcons
Sun, 12/16 at 1:00 PM EST

Week 16 @ Baltimore Ravens
Sun, 12/23 at 1:00 PM EST

Week 17 Philadelphia Eagles
Sun, 12/30 at 1:00 PM EST

Buddy333
10-24-2012, 07:32 AM
They had a very hard schedule in 2008. They had home field advantage and lost the 1st game of the post season.

GCGiant
10-24-2012, 07:39 AM
They had a very hard schedule in 2008. They had home field advantage and lost the 1st game of the post season.

I'm not saying they will win if they make it...I'm just saying they will have to play like champions all year just to make it.

stormblue
10-24-2012, 07:39 AM
there are only 2 teams with a winning record on that schedule.
only 1 team that we have played already has a winning record.

if 13 of your games are against teams with .500 or less winning %
then i don't see why its a hard schedule. pretty weak actually.

jomo
10-24-2012, 08:13 AM
Even with the Ravens seeming to slip a bit, it is still a big boy schedule, no doubt!

BillTheGreek
10-24-2012, 12:45 PM
I kept saying, from the beginning of the season, what a tough schedule the G-Men have, and most of the Giant posters kept saying, oh the Giants are use to tough schedules, they can handle it....I say it's not fair, how they pick these teams....other teams have a cream puff schedule .......I still don't know how they come up with this ! Maybe it will make them play Harder !

fansince69
10-24-2012, 12:51 PM
I kept saying, from the beginning of the season, what a tough schedule the G-Men have, and most of the Giant posters kept saying, oh the Giants are use to tough schedules, they can handle it....I say it's not fair, how they pick these teams....other teams have a cream puff schedule .......I still don't know how they come up with this ! Maybe it will make them play Harder !

you really don't know how they make the schedule?(that is an honest question)how can it not be fair? every team in the same division plays the same schedule except 2 games which are decided by where they finish last year....I guess the draft isn't fair either cause we picked last?

Toadofsteel
10-24-2012, 12:55 PM
Honestly at this point we have an easier schedule than the rest of our division. They have to play all the NFC South and AFC North teams like us, plus theres the fact that STL beat WAS, SEA and CHI beat DAL, and ARI beat PHI, while we schooled SF.

JimC
10-24-2012, 01:44 PM
I'm not saying they will win if they make it...I'm just saying they will have to play like champions all year just to make it.

Would you want it any other way? We could have the team to do it. The next 9 games will tell the story and it starts with Sunday. GO GIANTS!!!!!

Buddy333
10-24-2012, 01:53 PM
Honestly at this point we have an easier schedule than the rest of our division. They have to play all the NFC South and AFC North teams like us, plus theres the fact that STL beat WAS, SEA and CHI beat DAL, and ARI beat PHI, while we schooled SF.The East plays almost the same schedule. The only teams the Giants play that the others might not are the 49ers and Green Bay.

VBGiantsFan
10-24-2012, 02:36 PM
The East plays almost the same schedule. The only teams the Giants play that the others might not are the 49ers and Green Bay.

And arguably the Bears look better than Greenbay (though I definitely don't think so) and the Seahawks are just as good as the 49ers.

Drez
10-24-2012, 02:53 PM
there are only 2 teams with a winning record on that schedule.
only 1 team that we have played already has a winning record.

if 13 of your games are against teams with .500 or less winning %
then i don't see why its a hard schedule. pretty weak actually.
Actually, there's 3... ATL, BAL, and GB.

Difficulty of schedule is more than the records of the teams, particularly when it comes to divisional games. For example, right now NO is under .500, but are looking like things are starting to come together for them. Philly is .500, but by the time we play them again they may be several games over or under .500. Washington is playing very competitive football, even though they've only managed to win 3 games so far. Pittsburgh is currently .500, but very well may be over .500 when we play them the week after next.

TheAnalyst
10-24-2012, 02:55 PM
They had a very hard schedule in 2008. They had home field advantage and lost the 1st game of the post season.

So, as long as Cruz doesnt shoot himself in the leg, we are good.