I've searched for strength of schedule numbers in the past. Sometimes I can find them, sometimes I can't. It's rare that I stumble upon mid-season strength of schedule numbers. And they generally don't have the level of detail I'm interested in. So I've decided to maintain a running series of strength of schedule blogs, updated weekly, for anyone who's interested.
These numbers will adjust weekly as teams win / loss records change.
This first chart lists the strength of schedule that teams have played so far:
The following chart lists the strength of schedule that teams will be playing throughout the remainder of the season:
This last chart compiles the strength of schedule for the entire season based on 2011 standings.
And because I've gotten this far...
2012 Draft Order Projections (not to be confused with a mock draft)
Strength of Schedule is the NFL's primary tiebreaker for determining draft order. If two teams finish with the same record, the team with the weakest strength of schedule drafts first.
If the NFL season were to end today, the following 20 teams would miss the play-offs and draft in the following order (based on their entire 17-week strength of schedule):