Unofficial, but following the trends of the league's previous scheduling methods. Keep in mind, this could go out the window at a moment's notice if the league adopts 18 games (or doesn't play...)
WashingtonThe bad news: Playing 8 games against 10 win teams (2x Chicago, 2x Green Bay, New Orleans, Atlanta, Kansas City and Tampa Bay). However, 5 of those are at home, while only 3 are on the road (Chi, GB, Atlanta).
We got the worst of the NFC West (Arizona) and NFC East (Washington), which should help a little, but both of those teams have shown that they are capable of showing up on any given Sunday. Washington is probably the best team to get from the East, but I think I'd rather be pitted against the Niners from the West.
Any other thoughts? Looks like a bit of a brutal schedule, but I'm a little hopeful based on the soft road schedule that we'll have a bit of an easier job turning it around next season.