Clear Schedule Trends Stand Out for Stretch Run

The NFL has always tried to be the league of parity.

Teams with the worst records get the best draft choices. The salary cap forces the best teams to struggle to keep all of their players. It’s not that the league wants 32 8-8 teams, but it does want close competition and the hope that teams in playoff contention as late in December as possible.

That’s not going to be the case this year. Only 13 teams have winning records. Eleven teams are three wins or fewer. You have the haves and the have not, which makes teams’ schedules all that much important.


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