Street Talk STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE IN THE AFC

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It’s almost mid-season and time to start looking at how the Ravens’ remaining strength of schedule (SOS) compares to the rest of the AFC. When the 2006 schedule was released the Ravens opponents had a combined winning percentage from 2005 of .523.
 
At that time that ranked as the 5th toughest schedule in the AFC. Heading into week 9 things have drastically improved on the SOS front for the Blackbirds. The Ravens not only have the easiest remaining schedule of any team in their division, but in the entire AFC.
 
BTN will post the SOS each week and see how bumpy the road to the playoffs looks. Right now that drive is looking pretty smooth.
 
AFC STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE ("SOS") REMAINDER OF 2006 REGULAR SEASON (WEEK 9)

 

Team

C.R.R.T.

SOS %

Dolphins

39 – 25

.609

Bengals

38 – 25

.603

Titans

39 – 26

.600

Raiders

36 – 28

.563

Steelers

34 – 30

.531

Texans

34 – 30

.531

Bills

33 – 31

.516

Browns

31 – 32

.492

Jaguars

31 – 32

.492

Patriots

31 – 33

.484

NY Jets

27 – 29

.482

Chiefs

30 – 33

.476

Broncos

29 – 35

.453

Chargers

29 – 35

.453

Colts

29 – 35

.453

Ravens

27 – 36

.429

* C.R.R.T: Combined Record of Remaining Teams

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