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  1. Chevy

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    Brady's Pace: 524 ATT / 400 COMP / 73.75% / 61 TD / 6 INT / 133.59

    The Defense: Played 40 quarters, held opponents scoreless in 19 of them

    Points Allowed by Quarter - 1st - 17, 2nd - 48, 3rd - 30, 4th - 62

    Average points allowed per game - 15.7

    The Offense: Played 40 quarters, held scoreless only in 3 quarters (3rd in Game 5, 3rd in Game 7, 1st in Game 9)

    Scoring By Quarter (Total/Average): 1st - 93/9.3, 2nd - 128/12.8, 3rd - 76/7.6, 4th 114/11.4.

    With 411 points scored, the Pats are on pace for 658.

    Having allowed 157 points, the Pats are on pace to give up 251 - a scoring differential of 407. Only 5 teams are on pace to score as much as our differential (Pitt, Cleveland, Indy, Dallas, GB).
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    That would be an all time differential.
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    That is saying something...the last part
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    Means nothing unless we win the SB this season
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    #12 Jersey

    Here's another one: Pats point differential (254) is greater than 26 teams have scored.
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    After this game, Brady and Moss both have a very legit shot at breaking Manning and Rice's records. Unless something horrible happens, Brady will easily set a new record for TDs in a season. Moss only needs 6 to tie Rice's record!
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    I agree 100%. It's just that no team has ever dominated like this, and while I've seen every game, read all the articles, watched all the highlights, in some ways it is still surreal.

    For me, by week 4 I stopped cheering and yelling. Why? I couldn't stop laughing long enough to do so!
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    Are you stealing my thoughts? ;) Cuz those sure seem like my thoughts. :)
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    Scoring wise, our defense is #3, just one point behind Tampa Bay (who has benefitted from an NFC South schedule) and 12 points behind Pittsburgh (who 's scoring D will take a hit when they play us). While there are teams behind us that could catch us (Indy, Tennessee, Green Bay and Seattle all close) there's a very legitimate chance we'll have the #1 scoring defense to go with our offense. I'm not sure on yardage.
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