Some guys are pretty high on Carson Palmer. Others are a bit low. I considered myself in the middle, until well, this: SEP. 12 at New York Jets, 1:00 pm SEP. 19 Miami, 8:30 pm SEP. 26 Baltimore, 1:00 pm OCT. 03 at Pittsburgh, 1:00 pm OCT. 10 BYE WEEK OCT. 17 at Cleveland, 1:00 pm OCT. 25 Denver, 9:00 pm OCT. 31 at Tennessee, 1:00 pm NOV. 07 Dallas, 1:00 pm NOV. 14 at Washington, 4:05 pm NOV. 21 Pittsburgh, 1:00 pm NOV. 28 Cleveland, 1:00 pm DEC. 05 at Baltimore, 1:00 pm DEC. 12 at New England, 1:00 pm DEC. 19 Buffalo, 1:00 pm DEC. 26 New York Giants, 1:00 pm JAN. 02 at Philadelphia, 1:00 pmI'm working on my QBBC article, and I've assigned point values to all the defenses. Suffice it to say, the Bengals schedule finished not just last--not even dead last--but below the surface dead last. They scored "165" points; the next lowest team scored "204" points; the NFL average is "264" points. Obviously, just looking at this schedule shows it to be a killer. I count three "easy" games all year: The Titans, the Jets and the Giants. And to be fair, the Jets actually were pretty good against the pass last year.When you draft someone like Palmer, he's NOT going to be your QB1. You're drafting him either as a backup, or as part of a committee. Suffice it to say, I don't exactly see too many times where I'll be itching to start Carson Palmer if I have a QBBC.Thoughts on that schedule?And yes, I know many think schedule is overrated--but this is by far the hardest schedule (according to my points system--which will be unveiled in the QBBC article) of any QB.
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