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6 teams will be 2-0 at end of week 2

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  1. thenepatsrule

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    Eagles
    Texans
    Chargers
    Denver/Atlanta
    49ers/Lions
    Arizona

    Most of us wouldnt have imagined half of these to be 2-0.......... thats the beauty of the NFL
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    i'd say 3 of those are not elite teams obviously (eagles chargers cards)

    but i don't think it's a surpise sd is 2-0...we only had to play oakland and the titans lol
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    The Pats' supposedly "soft" schedule doesn't look so soft right now. The NFC West looks very strong, with 3 excellent defensive teams in SF-Seattle-Arizona, and St. Louis looking decent. Denver looked decent against the Steelers, and Peyton Manning always plays us tough. Houston and Baltimore are probably our strongest competition in the AFC. And division games are always brutal. Not a cakewalk schedule as things currently stand.
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    See where they will be after week 17. That's the only one that really matters.
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    The cards are currently in teh top 5 defensive teams in the nfl,hopefully such games make Josh mcd a better o coordinator
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    on a different note who wouldve thought that the Saints would be the only 0-2 NFC team
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    really thought the chargers would find a way to F up one of those games
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    I did think they ran up the score towards the end of 4th quarter today
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    I fully expect the Cardinals defense to stay there, as well. Go take a look at Seattle's offensive numbers last week vs. AZ to this week against Dallas defense that looks very good on paper, improved their defense from last year, and beat the defending champs last week. Wilson and Lynch both had much better games this week.

    The Pats offensive performance was not just crappy play calling by McDaniels -- they were facing a legit defense out there.
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    there is no running up of the score. It's on the D to make stops
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    they didn't

    anytime sd has a huge lead at the end of the game, and are actually able to run, they'll always go for it on 4th down

    they actually ran the ball 12 straight plays to end their drive....that's the definition of NOT running up the score in the nfl, that's the definition of trying to run out a clock

    if they went for the fg, they'd be acting like ******* douchebags
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    here's the drive...look at this beautiful drive and keep in mind this team's oline is ******* garbage at running the ball


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    i think it's ****ty to pass pass pass when you can just run out the clock to end a game, cause you're risking injury to what's usually the most important player on a team, the qb, and you're not really as efficiently running out a clock
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