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johnglass 12-30-02 11:39 PM

NFL 2003 schedules
 
Don't know if anyone posted this yet, but here is the projected schedule for the 2003 season. Looks like the AFC North has the toughest road ahead of them, maybe 0-16 for the Bungles? :D

AFC
EAST
Buffalo Bills
Home: Miami, New England, N.Y. Jets, Houston, Indianapolis, Philadelphia, Washington, Cincinnati
Away: Miami, New England, N.Y. Jets, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Kansas City

Miami Dolphins
Home: Buffalo, New England, N.Y. Jets, Houston, Indianapolis, Philadelphia, Washington, Baltimore
Away: Buffalo, New England, N.Y. Jets, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, San Diego

New England Patriots
Home: Buffalo, Miami, N.Y. Jets, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Cleveland
Away: Buffalo, Miami, N.Y. Jets, Houston, Indianapolis, Philadelphia, Washington, Denver

N.Y. Jets
Home: Buffalo, Miami, New England, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Pittsburgh
Away: Buffalo, Miami, New England, Houston, Indianapolis, Philadelphia, Washington, Oakland

NORTH
Baltimore Ravens
Home: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Denver, Kansas City, San Francisco, Seattle, Jacksonville
Away: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Oakland, San Diego, Arizona, St. Louis, Miami

Cincinnati Bengals
Home: Baltimore, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Denver, Kansas City, San Francisco, Seattle, Houston
Away: Baltimore, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Oakland, San Diego, Arizona, St. Louis, Buffalo

Cleveland Browns
Home: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Oakland, San Diego, Arizona, St. Louis, Indianapolis
Away: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Denver, Kansas City, San Francisco, Seattle, New England

Pittsburgh Steelers
Home: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Oakland, San Diego, Arizona, St. Louis, Tennessee
Away: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Denver, Kansas City, San Francisco, Seattle, N.Y. Jets

SOUTH
Houston Texans
Home: Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Tennessee, New England, N.Y. Jets, Atlanta, Carolina, Kansas City
Away: Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Buffalo, Miami, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati

Indianapolis Colts
Home: Houston, Jacksonville, Tennessee, New England, N.Y. Jets, Atlanta, Carolina, Denver
Away: Houston, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Buffalo, Miami, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Cleveland

Jacksonville Jaguars
Home: Houston, Indianapolis, Tennessee, Buffalo, Miami, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, San Diego
Away: Houston, Indianapolis, Tennessee, New England, N.Y. Jets, Atlanta, Carolina, Baltimore

Tennessee Titans
Home: Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Buffalo, Miami, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Oakland
Away: Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, New England, N.Y. Jets, Atlanta, Carolina, Pittsburgh

WEST
Denver Broncos
Home: Kansas City, Oakland, San Diego, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Detroit, New England
Away: Kansas City, Oakland, San Diego, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Green Bay, Minnesota, Indianapolis

Kansas City Chiefs
Home: Denver, Oakland, San Diego, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Detroit, Buffalo
Away: Denver, Oakland, San Diego, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Green Bay, Minnesota, Houston

Oakland Raiders
Home: Denver, Kansas City, San Diego, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Green Bay, Minnesota, N.Y. Jets
Away: Denver, Kansas City, San Diego, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Detroit, Tennessee

San Diego Chargers
Home: Denver, Kansas City, Oakland, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Green Bay, Minnesota, Miami
Away: Denver, Kansas City, Oakland, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Detroit, Jacksonville

NFC
EAST
Dallas Cowboys
Home: N.Y. Giants, Philadelphia, Washington, Atlanta, Carolina, Buffalo, Miami, Arizona
Away: N.Y. Giants, Philadelphia, Washington, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, New England, N.Y. Jets, Detroit

N.Y. Giants
Home: Dallas, Philadelphia, Washington, Atlanta, Carolina, Buffalo, Miami, NFCW2
Away: Dallas, Philadelphia, Washington, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, New England, N.Y. Jets, Minnesota

Philadelphia Eagles
Home: Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Washington, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, New England, N.Y. Jets, San Francisco
Away: Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Washington, Atlanta, Carolina, Buffalo, Miami, Green Bay

Washington Redskins
Home: Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Philadelphia, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, New England, N.Y. Jets, NFCW3

Away: Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Carolina, Buffalo, Miami, Chicago

NORTH
Chicago Bears
Home: Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota, Arizona, St. Louis, Oakland, San Diego, Washington
Away: Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota, San Francisco, Seattle, Denver, Kansas City, New Orleans

Detroit Lions
Home: Chicago, Green Bay, Minnesota, Arizona, St. Louis, Oakland, San Diego, Dallas
Away: Chicago, Green Bay, Minnesota, San Francisco, Seattle, Denver, Kansas City, Carolina

Green Bay Packers
Home: Chicago, Detroit, Minnesota, San Francisco, Seattle, Denver, Kansas City, Philadelphia
Away: Chicago, Detroit, Minnesota, Arizona, St. Louis, Oakland, San Diego, Tampa Bay

Minnesota Vikings
Home: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, San Francisco, Seattle, Denver, Kansas City, N.Y. Giants
Away: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Arizona, St. Louis, Oakland, San Diego, Atlanta

SOUTH
Atlanta Falcons
Home: Carolina, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Philadelphia, Washington, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Minnesota
Away: Carolina, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Houston, Indianapolis, NFCW2

Carolina Panthers
Home: Atlanta, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Philadelphia, Washington, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Detroit
Away: Atlanta, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Houston, Indianapolis, Arizona

New Orleans Saints
Home: Atlanta, Carolina, Tampa Bay, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Houston, Indianapolis, Chicago
Away: Atlanta, Carolina, Tampa Bay, Philadelphia, Washington, Jacksonville, Tennessee, NFCW3

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Home: Atlanta, Carolina, New Orleans, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Houston, Indianapolis, Green Bay
Away: Atlanta, Carolina, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Washington, Jacksonville, Tennessee, San Francisco

WEST
Arizona Cardinals
Home: St. Louis, San Francisco, Seattle, Green Bay, Minnesota, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Carolina
Away: St. Louis, San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Dallas

St. Louis Rams
Home: Arizona, San Francisco, Seattle, Green Bay, Minnesota, Baltimore, Cincinnati, NFCS2 or NFCS3
Away: Arizona, San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, NFCE2 or NFCE3

San Francisco 49ers
Home: Arizona, St. Louis, Seattle, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Tampa Bay
Away: Arizona, St. Louis, Seattle, Green Bay, Minnesota, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Philadelphia

Seattle Seahawks
Home: Arizona, San Francisco, St. Louis, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, NFCS2 or NFCS3
Away: Arizona, San Francisco, St. Louis, Green Bay, Minnesota, Baltimore, Cincinnati, NFCE2 or NFCE3

Da Thrilla 12-30-02 11:48 PM

The Bengals are playing 18 games?

johnglass 12-30-02 11:53 PM


Originally posted by Da Thrilla
The Bengals are playing 18 games?
Doh! See what happens when you cut and paste but don't proofread?

I don't know who their actually playing, the link is wrong.

Da Thrilla 12-30-02 11:55 PM


Originally posted by johnglass
Doh! See what happens when you cut and paste but don't proofread?

I don't know who their actually playing, the link is wrong.

Aah!


The Vikes schedule looks pretty tough, yet again :mad:

Amadeus 12-31-02 12:05 AM

Re: NFL 2003 schedules
 

Originally posted by johnglass


Miami Dolphins
Home: Buffalo, New England, N.Y. Jets, Houston, Indianapolis, Philadelphia, Washington, Baltimore
Away: Buffalo, New England, N.Y. Jets, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, San Diego

Fins schedule looks pretty easy.But of course in order to win any of those games we gotta fire Wannstedt.:mad:

Da Thrilla 12-31-02 12:08 AM

Re: Re: NFL 2003 schedules
 

Originally posted by k-qwick
Fins schedule looks pretty easy.But of course in order to win any of those games we gotta fire Wannstedt.:mad:
rotfl

You must really hate the guy!

Amadeus 12-31-02 12:16 AM

Re: Re: Re: NFL 2003 schedules
 

Originally posted by Da Thrilla
rotfl

You must really hate the guy!

Damn right i do.:mad:

He better watch his back around here.:mad:

Da Thrilla 12-31-02 12:17 AM

Re: Re: Re: Re: NFL 2003 schedules
 

Originally posted by k-qwick
Damn right i do.:mad:

He better watch his back around here.:mad:

rotfl!!!!!

Bacon 12-31-02 12:18 AM


Originally posted by Da Thrilla
The Bengals are playing 18 games?
yeah so they can win 3 games. ;)

Da Thrilla 12-31-02 12:19 AM


Originally posted by Canadian Bacon
yeah so they can win 3 games. ;)
Still impossible ;)

MrX 12-31-02 12:50 AM

Re: Re: Re: Re: NFL 2003 schedules
 

Originally posted by k-qwick
Damn right i do.:mad:

He better watch his back around here.:mad:

You sound like me when he was the coach here:lol:

The Bears schedule is pretty rough for having the 2nd worst record in their conferance.

movielib 12-31-02 01:41 AM

Re: Re: NFL 2003 schedules
 

Originally posted by k-qwick
Fins schedule looks pretty easy.
That's just what I was thinking. Tennessee away is tough but besides that, not too bad. At least we get Philly at home.

But of course in order to win any of those games we gotta fire Wannstedt.:mad:
I hear you but I don't think it's going to happen. Let's just hope for Ricky to have as good a season as this one, Fiedler to stay healthy and for the team to find some heart and the ability to put away those teams they seem to have beaten. Stop sitting on leads! And let's hope they play most of their divisional away games and the Giants game when it's still warm.

They are a very good team. On paper. Too bad that's not where they play.

Myster X 12-31-02 01:45 AM

Is it me or the league just wants to see a Packs, Bucs, and Niners matchup year after year? I highly doubt these schedules are lottery or randomly picked by a computer, as claimed by the league. -ohbfrank-

Da Thrilla 12-31-02 01:54 AM

We'll get to see Strahan Vs. Sapp...maybe in the playoffs even!

The Cow 12-31-02 02:10 AM


Originally posted by mysterX
Is it me or the league just wants to see a Packs, Bucs, and Niners matchup year after year? I highly doubt these schedules are lottery or randomly picked by a computer, as claimed by the league. -ohbfrank-
Schedules are not ramdomly or lottery picked. There is a formula. It is decided before the season starts.

The formula is different this year, because of the re-alignment, but it is is similar to what is has always been.

The Cow 12-31-02 02:15 AM

Here's the schedule format through the year 2009...

http://www.footballinjuries.com/rotation.htm

Da Thrilla 12-31-02 02:39 AM

Wow...Tampa Bay has NEVER played Buffalo!

Chew 12-31-02 07:01 AM


Originally posted by The Cow
Schedules are not ramdomly or lottery picked. There is a formula. It is decided before the season starts.

The formula is different this year, because of the re-alignment, but it is is similar to what is has always been.

OK, don't like the new formula already. Packers lost at Tampa this year and gee, look, another trip to Tampa next year. Shouldn't the Bucs be heading to the frozen tundra instead?

(Packer victory this Saturday and it'll be yet another trip)

Iron Chef 12-31-02 08:27 AM


Originally posted by Chew9
(Packer victory this Saturday and it'll be yet another trip)
I know. ugh

Red Dog 12-31-02 08:58 AM


Originally posted by Chew9
OK, don't like the new formula already. Packers lost at Tampa this year and gee, look, another trip to Tampa next year. Shouldn't the Bucs be heading to the frozen tundra instead?

(Packer victory this Saturday and it'll be yet another trip)


Formula probably isn't the best word for it. What they used to do was more of a formula.

14 games/year are set in stone. For example, we already know 14 of the opponents (and sites) for the Washington Redskins in the year 2009.

Every team is guaranteed a home date with every team from the other conference once every 8 years. Every team is guaranteed a home date with every team from their own conf (not division) at least once every 6 years.

There are 2 other games each year. Those games are based on your divisional finish each year. Because the Packers finished 1st, they play the 1st place teams from the NFC division that they are not otherwise playing (next year they play the West) - that means Philly and Tampa. They get one of these games at home and one on the road. Pretty simple. It is purely coincidental that they go to Tampa again.

movielib 12-31-02 11:44 AM


Originally posted by Iron Chef
I know. ugh
They could avoid that unpleasant prospect by losing. :)

Myster X 12-31-02 11:49 AM

Somehow, I believe it has more to do with TV ratings than the formula itself.

IdgIe49 12-31-02 12:22 PM

hot damn, that niners / pittsburgh game is gonna cause some arguements in this house. Im a niners fan my husband is a steelers fan... w00t cant wait to see the niners beat their arses..

Myster X 12-31-02 01:15 PM

IdgIe49 is a female?

twikoff 12-31-02 01:20 PM


Originally posted by mysterX
IdgIe49 is a female?
what gives you that idea
idgie is a big san fran fan and said he/she has a husband
but for a san fran fan.. i dont think that indicates a female


;)


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