NFL Strength of Schedule 2010

As NFL teams head to training camp this week, they will begin preparations to play their 2010 regular-season schedule.

How strong those opponents are is what’s called the strength of schedule and how relevant it can be goes out the door after a few weeks of the new season, it’s a starting point for considering the chances of a team winning more games than they lose.

This year, the toughest schedule belongs to the Houston Texans, as their opponents include 11 games against teams that were .500 or better and seven against post-season clubs from last year.

The easiest schedule falls to Arizona with 13 opponents who finished with a winning percentage last year of just .445 and only four made the playoffs.

 

2010 NFL STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE

 #  Team

 

Foes ’09 %

 

Foes ’09

Victories

 

Foes ’09

Losses

 

Foes ’09

Ties

 

Games vs Opp .500 or better

 

Games vs Playoff Teams

1. Houston

.547

140

116

0

11

7

  Tennessee

.547

140

116

0

10

5

3. Dallas

.543

139

117

0

11

7

4. Cincinnati

.539

138

118

0

11

7

5. Jacksonville

.535

137

119

0

11

5

6. New England

.531

136

120

0

9

8

7. N.Y. Giants

.527

135

121

0

10

7

8. Washington

.523

134

122

0

11

7

9. Philadelphia

.520

133

123

0

11

5

10. Cleveland

.516

132

124

0

11

7

  Indianapolis

.516

132

124

0

11

5

12. Baltimore

.508

130

126

0

11

5

  Detroit

.508

130

126

0

9

8

14. Chicago

.504

129

127

0

10

8

  Minnesota

.504

129

127

0

9

8

16. Buffalo

.500

128

128

0

9

8

  Miami

.500

128

128

0

10

8

  N.Y. Jets

.500

128

128

0

9

6

  Oakland

.500

128

128

0

10

4

20. Atlanta

.496

127

129

0

11

7

21. Pittsburgh

.492

126

130

0

10

7

22. Green Bay

.488

125

131

0

9

6

  Kansas City

.488

125

131

0

9

4

24. Denver

.484

124

132

0

9

6

25. Tampa Bay

.480

123

133

0

11

5

26. Carolina

.477

122

134

0

10

5

27. New Orleans

.469

120

136

0

11

5

28. San Francisco

.457

117

139

0

9

6

29. San Diego

.453

116

140

0

9

4

  Seattle

.453

116

140

0

10

4

31. St. Louis

.449

115

141

0

9

4

32. Arizona

.445

114

142

0

9

4


2 Responses to “NFL Strength of Schedule 2010”

  • July 28, 2010  - rafamily@cox.net says:

    If strength of schedule is determined by win/loss record, why does Denver and San Diego have an easier schedule than the Chiefs?Also, look at superbowl winner New Orlean.


  • July 28, 2010  - wrightc214 says:

    Denver and SD have an easier schedule because they play us twice a year.




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