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Tennessee Opponents for 2007

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by PitBull, Dec 3, 2006.

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  1. Nine Starter

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    I have family in Kansas City and Denver.....I see a couple of big road trips in my future. :jump:
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    everywhere, being??? I know the "exact" schedule are yet to be decided but there is a listing of which divisions teams play. I use to be able to find it but have not been able to lately. Do you have an address?
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    Schedule (jumpin the gun I know)

    Just wondering who we get next year? Which NFC division are we teamed up against?
    I saw something the other day that of everyone in battling it out for post-season our strength of schedule has been the toughest this year at .557.. is that right? Amazing and yet more of a coup for VY
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    Fisher noted the difficult schedule, and said that Steve Deberg and David Kreig will be available to start next year and provide veteran leadership. I researched it, and they do indeed have couches.
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    I really hope we get a Monday or Sunday night game next year.

    Hopefully vs. the Falcons or Saints. I can see it now - "Vince vs. Reggie" or "Vince vs. Vick"
  6. giddyupzil Camp Fodder

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    Judging by the talent of teams now, our schedule doesnt get any easier through the next 4 years.
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    Youre forgetting we play Houston, the Jags, and the colts twice each every year, well come out of that at least 4-2 the next few years, unless something goes very bad
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    Well what makes a great team are the ones that can make it deep into the playoffs even with tough schedules. The Ravens and Chargers, who own the two best team records, have the two easiest schedules in the AFC this year.
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    Well, the Colts are still pretty damn good. I'd say we are still behind them. Possibly losing both games. Just being straight up for the non realists. I don't like the Jags with Garrard, but with Leftwhich, I think they are a .500 ball club or better. The Texans have talent, and will pick up a key element in the draft. What they lack is a qb. I assume DD will be back next year to elevate their running game to respectable. They can upset people, but prob 6-7 wins at most since the considering scrapping the qb.
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