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  1. PATRIOTSFANINPA

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    PLEASE DO NOT LOOK UP THE ANSWERS,IT MAKES IT MORE INTERESTING IF YOU CAN DO IT WITHOUT CHEATING!!

    Since Tom Brady has led the Patriots in 2001 the team has only 4 losses against NFC team the past 8+ years.

    Which are the 4 teams that beat the Patriots during this time?

    HINT: The 4 teams are all different
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    I can't think of all of them off the top of my head, but I know that one of them was to the Redskins in 2003, since they were the team that gave TFB wins against all 31 other teams. And I know the last time the Pats lost to an NFC team in the regular season was in 2005, against the Carolina Panthers.
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    the G men

    redskins

    bears

    rams
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    Redskins
    Giants (Super Bowl)
    Packers
    Rams
    Panthers

    I got five. I admit I forgot the Rams until I saw another post, but that was 2001. So I don't know if that counts
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    Red skins, Carolina,Rams, Green bay in the regualr season and if you count the SB Giants
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    BTW, all those NFC losts were memorable to me.

    The Giants Super Bowl is self explainatory.

    The Packers in 2002 were the reason the Pats missed the playoffs. They trounced the Pats and then layed an egg at the end of the year against the Jets allowing the Jets win the tiebreaker (if the Jets lost, the Pats would have gone head to head for the division with the Dolphins and would have won the tiebreaker).

    The Panthers' game was during a wedding I attended and I remember all of us having a system of us randomly going back to the hotel rooms to get scores.

    Redskins was famous for Weis blowing the calls at the end, but being the last lost before the 21 game win streak.

    The Rams regular season game was famous for Mike Martz saying the Pats were the toughest team they faced and a omnious precurser for him for the Super Bowl.
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    One other thing I recall with that Redskins game - aside from the bad playcalling, interceptions, and rather uninspired play - I think that may have been Steve Spurrier's last win in the NFL. And if I'm not mistaken it was the last loss by the Pats before they started the record streak for consecutive wins also.
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    regular season
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    The giants' game not withstanding, we haven't lost to an NFC team since 2005. Granted, last year's NFC opponents sucked. We did play the NFC 'Beast' on the way to our 16-0 season.

    Something people forget about that 2007 run is just how brutal our schedule was.
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    exactly

    Ravens
    Steelers
    Colts
    Eagles
    Cowboys
    Giants
    Chargers.


    Saints have a cupcake schedule this season. We are their biggest test
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    Very good...correct Rob

    Giants didn't count as RS, but nevertheless.....
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    BTW: Its been 3 years since an NFC team beat NE in the RS,Carolina in 2006
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    No peeks, no looking at other answers, I'll say:

    Giants (07 Superbowl)
    Redskins (last loss of the 2003 season)
    Green Bay (I think in 2002?)
    Rams (Regular season '01, the Antoine Smith fumble on the goalline)
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