Lions' Opponents for 2009

I know it is way, way too early to start predicting the Lions' record for 2009, but below is their schedule for next season.  There are only five games against playoff teams from this season, and the combined winning percentage of the Lions' opponents in 2008 was .467 (record of 119-136-1).  Compared to 2008's schedule, 2009 certainly seems much easier.  The winning percentage of the Lions' opponents in 2008 was a whopping .559, which was the second highest in the league.

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