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New England Patriots Continue Up The Rankings Of Wins Since ’70 At Crazy Pace

September 24, 2015

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The New England Patriots took over the #6 spot in winning percentage of all regular season games played since 1970. Opening the 2015 season they beat the Pittsburgh Steelers and the San Francisco 49ers clobbered the Minnesota Viking team that dropped to #7. A week late the Vikings got past the Detroit Lions but the […]

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Minnesota Vikings Remain In Top 6 Of Winning Percentage Since Merger But For How Long?

August 26, 2015


   Minnesota Vikings are a near-great NFL franchise! From 1970 to 1999 only the 1984 & 1990 teams lost 10 or more games. Since 2000, 6 Viking clubs have lost 10 or more games.  They are holding off the team that has won 4 Super Bowls since the turn of the century in the stat […]

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Broncos Face Team That Has Been Their Kryptonite

November 21, 2014


Denver dropped to .385 winning percentage against the team that now plays in St. Louis. That one of two teams that it has a winning percentage  of .417 or lower against. The other team is the Miami Dolphins. At .281 they are by far the organization that the Denver Broncos have the most trouble with. […]

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Packers Vs. Dolphins Match-up Highlight of Week 6

October 15, 2014


If you take notice of uniforms like I do it was an interesting contrast of colors when the  Green Bay Packers went down to face the southern most team in Miami. It’s a pretty obscure inter-conference match-up you don’t see but every four years if you are paying attention.  You know a ton of traveling […]

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Championship Week Comes To A Close… Who Is Gonna Pack For NYC & SB XLVIII?

January 16, 2014


So it took the Denver Broncos 365 days to get past a playoff opponent as the AFC’s number #1 seeded team. Ironically, the season prior they were #4 and made quick OT work of the Pittsburgh Steelers at Mile High with a guy at QB you loved or wished played TE… but I digress. It […]

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