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Oakland Raiders have no chance in 2014 with worst NFL schedule

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Oakland Raiders may need divine intervention in 2014 to have any chance of a successful NFL season, after today it was announced that they will have the toughest schedule next campaign

2013 was bad enough for the Raiders, as they suffered 12 defeats out of 16 in what was labelled as the league's second best schedule. 

If they can only win four games with a good run of games, what are they going to be like with an array of tough battles? 

Most likely bad that's what. 

The list below (courtesy of shows every team in the NFL and the toughness of their schedule for 2014. The statistic is based on the combined win-loss of their opponents for next season, based on what those teams did in 2013. 

1. Oakland Raiders .578
2. Denver Broncos .570
3. St. Louis Rams .564
4. San Diego Chargers .563
San Francisco 49ers .563
6. Seattle Seahawks .561
7. Kansas City Chiefs .559
8. Arizona Cardinals .547
9. New York Jets .520
10. New England Patriots .516
11. Atlanta Falcons .512
12. Miami Dolphins .508
13. Green Bay Packers .504
14. Buffalo Bills .500
15. Chicago Bears .496
16. Detroit Lions .492
17. Washington Redskins .490
18. Dallas Cowboys .488
19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers .484
20. Philadelphia Eagles .479
21. Minnesota Vikings .477
22. Carolina Panthers .473
23. Cincinnati Bengals .469
New Orleans Saints .469
Pittsburgh Steelers .469
26. Cleveland Browns .465
New York Giants .465
28. Baltimore Ravens .461
29. Jacksonville Jaguars .453
30. Houston Texans .441
31. Tennessee Titans .438
32. Indianapolis Colts .430

Good luck Raiders! You'll need it. 

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