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  1. Manitoba Patriots Fan

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    Just more on this "our team had a weak regular season schedule (108-100 - 0.519)." Here's how we stack up against the rest of the playoff teams.

    AFC

    1. Indianapolis (103-105 - 0.495) - must be nice to play the AFC West
    2. San Diego (113-95 - 0.543) - now this is impressive, even when you think they played two 4-12 teams twice.
    3. Pittsburgh (93-115 - 0.447) - St. Louis, Miami, Baltimore, San Francisco, New York Jets - enough said.
    4. Jacksonville (101-107 - 0.486) - this is the team that everyone is scared of playing. After seeing this...bring it on (first they'd have to beat Pittsburgh, though). Actually, it doesn't matter - either team is fine by me.
    5. Tennessee (96-112 - 0.462) - they hit some kind of figure skating quadruple jump in 4 4-12 teams (Jets, KC, Oakland and Atlanta)

    And for good measure...

    NFC Teams

    1. Dallas (100-108 - 0.481) - See AFC West
    2. Green Bay (98-110 - 0.471) - I still like Brett Favre, even though it was a weak schedule.
    3. Seattle (89-119 - 0.428) - they hit the weak schedule jackpot.
    4. Tampa Bay (102-106 - 0.490)
    5. New York Giants (102-106 - 0.490)
    6. Washington (111-97 - 0.534) - it's nice to see them rally after Sean Taylor's death.
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    I would not be surprised to see the Redskins in the Super Bowl. You heard it here first.
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