The NFL regular season is nearly upon us and soon we will be able to discuss actual games rather than such topics as: Who sucks more? Eli Manning or Rex Grossman? Or whether Michael Vick has decided to either kick someone's ass or make someone his bitch on his first day in jail. Personally, I'm just looking forward to everyone finally getting off their knees and allowing Peyton Manning's dick to breathe.
Due to the unbalanced schedule a team's regular season slate can ruin a borderline team's season before it even starts. For example, last year a shit Browns team played a brutal schedule and had no chance while a shit Packers team won 8 games because they played no one. CBS Sportsline released this years strength of schedule for this season based on the team's record from last year. The Bills will play the toughest schedule on paper with 12 games against teams that finished .500 or better while the Cardinals will play the worst schedule. Interestingly enough, every team in the AFC has a strength of schedule of over .500 while only the Lions are over .500 in the NFC.
So what does this all mean? I have no idea because the NFL is about as predictable as one of Buzzsaw's posts. So do what you like with
this information. I'm pretty confident that it will only be used as a way for everyone to talk shit about the Bears. For that reason
I'll just give my rebuttal now: Fuck you, they went to the Super Bowl.