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17 teams can potentially finish 10-6 or better, simultaneously.

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  1. Disco Volante

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    Already (5)
    Titans (12-2)
    Giants (11-3)
    Steelers (11-3)
    Panthers (11-3)
    Colts (10-4)

    With a final record of at least...

    3-0
    Eagles

    2-0
    Broncos
    Cardinals

    1-1
    Bears
    Buccaneers
    Cowboys
    Dolphins
    Falcons
    Jets
    Patriots
    Ravens
    Vikings

    With of course the stretches being the teams that need to win out.
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    I find the 13 potential team at 10-6 even more intriguing. They'll need a super computer to figure out all those tiebreakers.
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    I wouldn't have thought it was mathematically possible.:p
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    So does this mean that there are no dominate teams this year?

    I mean if more than half of the teams in the NFL finish 10-6 or better, does that also mean that the remaining 15 teams have really horrible records?
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    philly would be 10-5-1, ahead of the 10-6 teams
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    #24 Jersey

    Having an 0-16 team helps.
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    #75 Jersey

    Check the records for Seattle, Oakland, KC, Cincy...
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    Taking off my homer glasses and speaking as a football fan, if the NFL insists on parity, then I'd much rather have seventeen 10-6 teams than seventeen 8-8 teams.
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    So much for parity :rolleyes:
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    I tend to agree
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    Probably get killed for this but one season at 18-0 was enough for me. As a fan I enjoy close games, the odd loss and a competitive league. Else it turns into other soprts leagues such as European soccer with 2 or 3 super teams and a lack of interest

    I've really enjoyed watching Cassel grow this season to be honest
  12. Disco Volante

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    I'd take 18-0 and a shot at the Super Bowl every year...
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    I would as well...but comparing this year to others and teh all teams 8-8...this year is not at all bad league wise.
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