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Future Schedules up for 2013 (and beyond)

Posted by Mike on February 5, 2013

Using the NFL's scheduling formula combined with the final records of everyone from 2012, it's possible to determine who will be playing who in 2013 -- and more. Follow the "Schedules" links from your team's franchise page and we'll list at least fourteen games of the season for the next four years, and all 16 for the upcoming season (including last year's won-loss and total opponent winning percentage). Unfortunately, the "when" for these games will have to wait until the NFL officially releases its schedule in April, but hopefully this can tide you over till then.

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2 Responses to “Future Schedules up for 2013 (and beyond)”

  1. Mark Growcott Says:

    Hi Mike

    You can determine venues for all 16 games. For instance for GB you have them playing SF and ATL without knowing where the games are being played. GB hosts ATL and visits SF in 2013.

  2. I'm not concerned about the upcoming schedule as much as I'm concerned about the futurte Super Bowl sites. I love that it's in Giants/Jets Stadium (refuse to call it by the corporate name) next year and I love Phoenix as a site the following years (2015). However I feel the Super Bowl needs to travel back to the Rose Bowl as Pasadena has always proven to be a "hot spot" and very gracious host for such a great event. Plus on a side note I love to see the Super Bowl start out in a bright sunny day and by the 3rd quarter be night time, just adds to the timeline aspect of the game

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