Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Pessimistic Pete, Nov 15, 2010.
Only team that comes close is the Falcons, with wins @ Saints and vs Ravens.
I think you mean the Jets with wins over the Lions and Browns.
I say Pats vs Atlanta in the SB
Realistically IMO it shapping up to be the winner of the AFC East (Pats or Jets) vs either the winner of the NFC South (Falcons or Saints) or NFC East (Giants or Eagles) in the SB.
I'm not meaning to go there, but the Browns might have a say in this too.
They're certainly up there.
However, I have @ Pittsburgh (+ Ben) as the most quality win by any NFL team this season.
You know, I was all set to ask if you were Peter King (though I know you are being sarcastic here!). This morning he had the Jets ranked as the top team and cited those two wins. But I go to the link and see he changed his justification text to some Sanchez cajone caressing. "Edited at 11:42 a.m." Oh well.
I'd say they have a pretty solid trio of wins, including the Chargers win. Not counting the Patriots game, the Chargers are outscoring opponents by more than 20 per game at home.
I think it's possible the Chargers will go 7-1 at Qualcomm this year. Indy is very lucky not to have to play there. The Chargers may be 4-5 but they probably won't finish below .500, and I think at the end of the year having won there may look like a very significant accomplishment.
Baltimore, Pitt, Miami, SD, and the Jets were all tough games marked on my calender. To come through it 4-1 was very nice by the Pats. It truly is starting to feel one game at a time again around here. Bring on the Colts!!!
I think the Jets duo of Pats and Dolphins top the Steelers and Ravens duo. We aren't trying to win the AFCN, but the AFCE. I would gladly trade either of those wins for a win over the Jets.
I'd put the Browns victories on equal footing. Had they closed out the deal vs. the Jest, they might have the best duo, and definitely the best trio.
And those Ravens' wins were on the road.
How about best four wins:
Just to complicate things.
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