Schedule is built for a fast start.
First time in a long time New England isn't on the schedule.
Last three weeks should be interesting.
We didn't play the Pats last year either.
I'm not sure about a fast start I only say this because its April with the exception of a few teams some teams are good one year and bad another(see the Panthers)
With all the new starters on D (rookies and free agents), I like having the Rams, Browns and 49ers early in the schedule while we're working things out.
We have the easiest schedule in the NFL. Teams were a combined sub-.500 last season.
@ Rams 4-12
@ Seahawks 10-5
@ Titans 9-7
@ Bengals 6-9
@ Texans 9-7
@ Jaguars 3-13
@ Bills 7-9
@ Ravens 8-8
If we just win all of our home games, and take care of the teams that had losing records last season, that's a 12-4 record. Hell, if we split at home against winning teams, that's still 10-6.
2007 SUPER BOWL CHAMPIONS & 2010 AFC CHAMPIONS
1940, 1953, 1976, 1981, & 1987 NCAA CHAMPIONS & 2002 NCAA FINALISTS
1970, 1972, & 1973 ABA CHAMPIONS & 2000 NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS
Let's put it this way: if Pagano can't make the playoffs with this schedule, he's out. This roster is going to be much better than last year's.
Don't ask Marvin Harrison what he did during the bye week. "Batman never told where the Bat Cave is," he explained.
This is the easiest schedule ever. If we can't win 10 games with this schedule something is wrong with us.