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Green Bay: @NYG, OAK, @KC, CHI, DET
San Francisco: STL, @ARI, PIT, @SEA, @STL
New Orleans: DET, @TEN, @MIN, ATL, CAR
Dallas: @ARI, NYG, @TB, PHI, @NYG
Chicago: KC, @DEN, SEA, @GB, @MIN
Atlanta: @HOU, @CAR, JAX, @NO, TB
Detroit: @NO, MIN, @OAK, SD, @GB
New York Giants: GB, @DAL, WAS, @NYJ, DAL
A slightly different story here. Green Bay's chances of going undefeated look pretty good a) if they go for it and b) if they get past the Giants. The same Giants team who just got obliterated by New Orleans? That's right, that team has a habit of showing up when you least expect it.
San Francisco has one tough game on the schedule, the rest of their games are against the rest of their dvision, and there isn't a threat in there.
New Orleans has games against Detroit and Atlanta, but the rets of their slate doesn't look too bad. Atlanta has games against Houston (with the 3rd stringer leading them), New Orleans, and the sometimes frisky Tampa Bay team. The week 16 game in New Orleans should decide things.
Chicago has Green Bay and Denver on their schedule, the rest of their games don't look too bad, but they have Caleb Hanie or Josh McCown leading them, which throws a monkey wrench into things. Detroit's got New Orleans, and Green Bay, but they play the Packers in week 17, and Green Bay should have everything wrapped up by then. Will they play hard (Patriots 2007) or take their foot off the gas (Indy 2009)?
The Giants may have to sweep their 2 games versus the Cowboys, because the rest of their schedule (Green Bay, Washington, and the Jets) is a murderer's row compared to what Dallas will face (Arizona, Tampa Bay, Philly).