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Old 01-01-2007, 05:03 AM   #21
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The Jets are the ones on the upswing, amigo.
You are correct the Jets are better ...... didn't intend the list to be all inclusive (I didn't mention of Denver or Jax, either). More specifically though, the Jets made the playoffs this year. I was focusing on teams that were not good this year but might be a surprise next year.

In any case, I think the Steelers likely to rebound and take care of business.

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Old 01-01-2007, 08:53 AM   #22
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I hope to be in St. Louis and Cincy.
I WILL be at the St Louis game!!!...and working on at least on home game!!!
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Old 01-01-2007, 09:31 AM   #23
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Not sure that schedule is going to be as easy as it may look. This is the NFL ..... things rarely go as predicted ...... how many Raider's fans looked at the schedule in the beginning of the year and thought, "yea, we'll win the game against the Steelers?"

Besides the New England, Seattle and the div. rivals, there are a few teams on that schedule that I think are on the upswing. San Fran, Buffalo, and even Arizona (could have a powerful offense) might be tougher than they were this year.

Of course, I think our Steelers will be much better, so I have confidence.


2007 here we come!!!!!!

I couldnt agree more with a thread that has been written so far. This schedule looks pretty tough to me. Of course with our normal division games in Cincinnati and Baltimore and Cleveland usually always plays us tough as well.. then you got the Seahawks 49Ers Bills New England and the Jets.. not to mention Rams which love to pass that ball ALOT... we must be optimistic and I believe that with some tinkering with our team that we will be back in contention next year...HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYONE!!!
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Old 01-01-2007, 10:48 AM   #24
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ill say we go 10-6 or 11-5 and make the playoffs!
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Old 01-01-2007, 11:57 AM   #25
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Home
Baltimore
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Buffalo
Miami
San Francisco
Seattle
Jacksonville(3rd Place AFC South)

Away
Baltimore
Cincinnati
Cleveland
New England
N.Y. Jets
Arizona
St. Louis
Jacksonville(3rd Place AFC WEst)

This still must be confirmed though.
What is your source for this? I thought they didn't release ANY schedules till much later in the off season?
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Old 01-01-2007, 12:15 PM   #26
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Default Re: Our 2007 Season Opponents.

so what.

Jax is on the Schedule...big deal.




I can remember Buffalo coming to Pittsburgh 3 years in a row and each year the game was on MNF.

the way it works.
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Old 01-01-2007, 12:43 PM   #27
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Actually, I like tough schedules. If your team is strugling or beat up physically, then a timely creampuff is probably a good thing. However, in general, I think a tough schedule makes you a tough team. Plus, a false sense of superiority will lead to disaster in the playoffs. Obviously, it would be nice if the tougher teams were spread thru the schedule, as opposed to one after another, but as the saying goes; "what doesn't kill you makes you stronger and more capable of whipping a bungle."
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Default Re: Our 2007 Season Opponents.

I messed up on the Away out of division game by PLACING. Sorry guys. The Away game is Denver if I remember right. Don't take my word for it on sites except for 14 of 16 games.

JAG they relased this a LONG time ago. You can find this in the schedule page of our regualr website SteelersFever.com. We have the 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006 schedules. Next to the 2006 Schedule you will see a link that says future schedules. The last 2 are to be determined. I know we are to play the AFC West/South in terms of the divisions we are supposed to play by placing. I know 14 of 16 as I have stated are correct.
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Steelers play third-place schedule in 2007
Monday, January 01, 2007

The Associated Press

PITTSBURGH -- For the second season in a row, the Pittsburgh Steelers won't play a schedule overloaded with first-place teams.

The Steelers (8-8) finished third in the AFC Central despite having the same record as division runner-up Cincinnati (8-8), and thus will play a third-place schedule in 2007. The AFC's other third-place teams -- Buffalo (7-9), Jacksonville (8-8) and Denver (9-7) -- are on their schedule.

The Steelers also play every team in the AFC East and the NFC West.

At home, the Steelers will meet San Francisco (7-9), Seattle (9-7), Buffalo, Miami (6-10), Jacksonville and their AFC North opponents, Cincinnati, Cleveland (4-12) and Baltimore (13-3).

On the road, the Steelers oppose Arizona (5-11), St. Louis (8-8), New England (12-4), New York Jets (10-6), Denver and their division opponents.

There are three first-place teams on the schedule: AFC North champion Baltimore, plus AFC East champion New England and AFC West champion Seattle. The only AFC playoff teams they won't meet are Indianapolis (12-4) and San Diego (14-2).

By losing the AFC North title to Cincinnati last season, the Steelers avoided playing a first-place schedule this season even after winning the Super Bowl. Still, they missed the playoffs for the second time in six seasons despite not having to play 2005 division champions New England and Indianapolis.

http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/07001/750533-100.stm
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There isn't a conspiracy theory to you guys playing JAX. The schedules are pre-determined. You play one differn't AFC division each year, one differn't NFC division each year and the team that finished the same place as your team in the other AFC divisions.
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