The NFL regular season is only 16 games long, so it’s important to make them all count.
Of course, some teams will always get luckier than others. A weak division or the ability to face stronger opponents at home are obvious advantages that not every team receives each season.
NFL.com graded each team’s strength of schedule for the upcoming season and ranked the Washington Redskins’ 2019 opponents as the easiest group to face.
Other teams that got pretty lucky with their schedules include the New York Giants (who will “visit” the Jets this season), the Cincinnati Bengals (who will host three of 2018’s last-place teams), and the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots (who will play the Chiefs in Foxborough yet again).
The Oakland Raiders, however, will likely have the toughest season, with the Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars and Denver Broncos also drawing short sticks.
Watch the video above to see how your favorite team’s schedule ranks.
Related: See players who have switched teams this offseason:
WR Danny Amendola
Left the Miami Dolphins in free agency to join the Detroit Lions
(Charles Trainor Jr./Miami Herald/TNS via Getty Images)
OL Terrell Suggs
Left the Baltimore Ravens in free agency to join the Arizona Cardinals
(Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
LB C.J. Mosley
Left the Baltimore Ravens in free agency to sign with the New York Jets
(Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
WR Jamison Crowder
Left the Washington Redskins in free agency to sign with the New York Jets
(Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
TE Jesse James
Left the Pittsburgh Steelers in free agency to sign with the Detroit Lions
(Photo by Jason O. Watson/Getty Images)
S Eric Weddle
Left the Baltimore Ravens in free agency to sign with the Los Angeles Rams
(Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)
RB Carlos Hyde
Left the Jacksonville Jaguars in free agency to sign with the Kansas City Chiefs
(Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images)
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