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guerilla
01-09-2012, 08:16 PM
I know I know, soo not the time to talk about it. But I was just looking at the opponents that the Giants have to play next year. And I said "Hold up, how can next year's schedule be worse than this years?"

Steelers 12-4
Ravens 12-4
Bengals 9-7
Browns 4-12 eh
49ers 13-3
Packers 15-1
Saints 13-3
Falcons 10-6
Carolina 6-10
Tampa Bay 4-12 eh

And if you add it up w/ our division's records you get a .747 opponents winning %. Only 4 teams on that schedule had a losing record. Ugh!

g_menfan80
01-09-2012, 08:26 PM
And Carolina and Cle are going to be much improved, brutal, brutal, brutal. The time is NOW, GO GET THAT TROPHY GIANTS!!!!!

53canton
01-10-2012, 08:45 AM
Its a bad joke. No team should have to play a schedule like that. Against a winning pct like that. Total BS!

nygsb42champs
01-10-2012, 08:48 AM
That seems unfair for sure.

NJ10
01-10-2012, 08:57 AM
Ehh you never know how those teams will be next year. This years schedule was brutal and we are stronger now for it. To be the best you have to beat the best. Im sure those teams dont want to play us either.

charles355
01-10-2012, 09:17 AM
Pittsburgh are getting old, injured and will have cap problem... 11+ wins is out of reach for them next year, they are on the decline.

Cincinnati is a game we should win
same with Cleveland,Carolina and Tampa Bay
Baltimore will be a loss
49ers = win for us
Packers = Loss
New Orleans = Loss
Falcons = win

our division 4-2

total 11-5

my 2 cents

BigBlue wins
01-10-2012, 09:45 AM
The schedule is similar to 2008. We all know how great the majority of our regular season went :)

lttaylor56
01-10-2012, 09:52 AM
Seems to happen to us quite often. That is a rough schedule and I thought the last 9 games of this year were brutal matchups.

rebelfan1966
01-10-2012, 10:43 AM
I know I know, soo not the time to talk about it. But I was just looking at the opponents that the Giants have to play next year. And I said "Hold up, how can next year's schedule be worse than this years?" Steelers 12-4 Ravens 12-4 Bengals 9-7 Browns 4-12 eh 49ers 13-3 Packers 15-1 Saints 13-3 Falcons 10-6 Carolina 6-10 Tampa Bay 4-12 eh And if you add it up w/ our division's records you get a .747 opponents winning %. Only 4 teams on that schedule had a losing record. Ugh!</P>


Look at some of our losses this year..</P>


Skins - Twice</P>


Seahawks</P>


Eagles - With Vince Young as QB</P>


The of course we lost to someplay-off teams.... Packers (close game), 49ers (close game), Saints (did we even show up for that one)</P>

lttaylor56
01-10-2012, 10:50 AM
I know I know, soo not the time to talk about it. But I was just looking at the opponents that the Giants have to play next year. And I said "Hold up, how can next year's schedule be worse than this years?" Steelers 12-4 Ravens 12-4 Bengals 9-7 Browns 4-12 eh 49ers 13-3 Packers 15-1 Saints 13-3 Falcons 10-6 Carolina 6-10 Tampa Bay 4-12 eh And if you add it up w/ our division's records you get a .747 opponents winning %. Only 4 teams on that schedule had a losing record. Ugh!</P>


Look at some of our losses this year..</P>


Skins - Twice</P>


Seahawks</P>


Eagles - With Vince Young as QB</P>


The of course we lost to some*play-off teams.... Packers (close game), 49ers (close game), Saints (did we even show up for that one)</P>Good point. We made back up QB's look like Tom Brady and Drew Brees this year....I guess it's not the good teams we have to worry about.

jgrangers11
01-10-2012, 10:53 AM
Well, at least both Green Bay and New Orleans are at the Meadowlands. Let's hope they schedule that New Orleans game for sometime in December.</P>

ajd121
01-10-2012, 11:07 AM
I know I know, soo not the time to talk about it. But I was just looking at the opponents that the Giants have to play next year. And I said "Hold up, how can next year's schedule be worse than this years?"

Steelers 12-4
Ravens 12-4
Bengals 9-7
Browns 4-12 eh
49ers 13-3
Packers 15-1
Saints 13-3
Falcons 10-6
Carolina 6-10
Tampa Bay 4-12 eh

And if you add it up w/ our division's records you get a .747 opponents winning %. Only 4 teams on that schedule had a losing record. Ugh!

The good news is that the Cowboys and Eagles have to play the same schedule other than 2 games as well. Here are the two games that are different

Giants @ SF, vs GB

Eagles vs Detroit, @ Arizona

Cowboys vs Chicago, @ Seattle

TuckYou
01-10-2012, 01:00 PM
Well, I guess its better then playing bad teams all year long. We are bad vs bad teams, so this is good news kinda... </P>

53canton
01-10-2012, 11:04 PM
I know I know, soo not the time to talk about it. But I was just looking at the opponents that the Giants have to play next year. And I said "Hold up, how can next year's schedule be worse than this years?"

Steelers 12-4
Ravens 12-4
Bengals 9-7
Browns 4-12 eh
49ers 13-3
Packers 15-1
Saints 13-3
Falcons 10-6
Carolina 6-10
Tampa Bay 4-12 eh

And if you add it up w/ our division's records you get a .747 opponents winning %. Only 4 teams on that schedule had a losing record. Ugh!

The good news is that the Cowboys and Eagles have to play the same schedule other than 2 games as well. Here are the two games that are different

Giants @ SF, vs GB

Eagles vs Detroit, @ Arizona

Cowboys vs Chicago, @ Seattle


Those 2 games are a HUGE difference! You can forget about winning the division next year, and hope for a wild card.

NYG4ME
01-10-2012, 11:07 PM
Hate to be the guy who says this.. BUT,

Cant we wait for this season to finish before we worry about next year?

Jet-Blue
01-11-2012, 07:30 AM
The schedule has been the same rotation for years, nothing new except for the 2 teams that finsh with the same records. This year it was the Packers and the 49er's.

sc_markt
01-11-2012, 01:38 PM
That seems unfair for sure.

I agree. They already have to deal with bad calls from refs. And injuries t(hat are mostly accidental). So why the brutal schedule?