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    #12 Jersey

    Thanks for that. Just what I needed to show a friend here, that the Pats have been playing tougher teams with winning records, and playing better when they were hard games. Great info. The only loss there was in week 2. The Team is really ready for the final push. GO PATS.
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    The Pats have the potential to beat that out of the water. If they win every game the rest of the way (Buffalo is irrelevant in the discussion), the Pats could end the year at 9-1 against quality opponents. Granted, the Dolphins could slip out of the quality opponent category. In fact, so could Indy or San Deigo for that matter (although unlikely).

    BTW, the good news for the Pats is that Green Bay has a bad record against teams over .500.
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    The only team remaining on our 5 game regular season schedule that is above .500 against quality opponents is da Bears...who also remain on the JETS schedule...
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