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NFL schedule release: Who has the toughest -- and easiest -- path to the playoffs?

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The 2024 NFL schedules for all 32 teams has been released, and fans everywhere are analyzing each week to see if their team has an easy, or hard, road to the playoffs. 

Prior to the week-by-week breakdown of the schedule becoming public knowledge, every team knew who they were facing in the regular season and whether that game was home or away. 

Because of that, the strength of the schedule could be determined based on the winning percentage of each teams’ 2023 opponents. While this is a good way to see who has the easy or hard path, one must consider how teams have reinforced their roster heading into the new year, among other factors. 

With that in mind, let’s first take a look at three teams who are expected to have some formidable opponents in 2024.


New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll reacts during the third quarter against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium on Nov. 12, 2023 in Arlington, Texas. (Ron Jenkins/Getty Images)

After going 6-11 last season, losing two key players in Saquon Barkley and Xavier McKinney, and having Daniel Jones – the team’s starting quarterback – coming off a season-ending ACL injury, expectations are low for Big Blue this season. 

Now, they have made some big additions, too, including Brian Burns in a blockbuster trade with the Carolina Panthers and Malik Nabers, as their No. 6 overall pick could be the No. 1 wide receiver they have been without for quite some time. 

However, the Giants have a gauntlet of a schedule considering they have to face the AFC North – Browns, Ravens, Steelers and Bengals – all of which have playoff potential in 2024.