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    Playoff Team Records

    Playoff teams' win/loss vs. fellow playoff teams is much more balanced this year. Last year for example, you had the 9-7 Bengals going 0-7 in this category. Most interesting thing in here might be how few games Atlanta has played against the field. Ranked in win% order...

    AFC
    Colts: 3-2
    Patriots: 3-3
    Bengals: 2-2
    Texans: 3-4
    Broncos: 2-3
    Ravens: 2-4

    NFC
    Falcons: 2-0
    Seahawks: 4-1
    49ers: 3-2
    Redskins: 2-2
    Vikings: 3-4
    Packers: 2-4

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    That is kind of funny how the falcons only played 2 playoff teams this year and everyone else played at least 4... Although not necesarily 4 different teams.

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    Only team from the AFC that Patriots lost to was the Ravens, and god damn that entire game was ****ing ******** for both teams.

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    damn the texans played a lot of playoff teams
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    Yea, but again, the Falcons are the interesting ones to me.

    They have played the fewest games against teams who went on to make the postseason, and haven't since week 5. The two teams they played are very different monsters now, as well.

    -They played the Broncos in week two, amid that team's 2-3 start before rattling off 11 straight.
    -They played the Redskins in week 5 as a part of their 2-3, and eventual 3-6 start, before rattling off 7 straight.

    Atlanta's best statement may be the thumping of the Giants...but even that game came at home, during the Giants crash, losing 5 of 7.

    I'm a subscriber of: You are what your record says you are...so I'm hesitant to be so doubtful of a #1 seed...but I just don't know with them.

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    I keep forgetting the Falcons are in the playoffs

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoBruins17 View Post
    Yea, but again, the Falcons are the interesting ones to me.

    They have played the fewest games against teams who went on to make the postseason, and haven't since week 5. The two teams they played are very different monsters now, as well.

    -They played the Broncos in week two, amid that team's 2-3 start before rattling off 11 straight.
    -They played the Redskins in week 5 as a part of their 2-3, and eventual 3-6 start, before rattling off 7 straight.

    Atlanta's best statement may be the thumping of the Giants...but even that game came at home, during the Giants crash, losing 5 of 7.

    I'm a subscriber of: You are what your record says you are...so I'm hesitant to be so doubtful of a #1 seed...but I just don't know with them.
    well if seattle thumoing arizona and buffalo matters (whiche veryone seems to think they do), so should that
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    Best on that list sure is good for an overrated, pretender.
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    Yeah Atlanta is overrated. I think it would have been funny in New Orleans won their division this year with a 7-9 record and then beat a team, like the Seahawks or someone, in the first round of the playoffs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iansnightout View Post
    Best on that list sure is good for an overrated, pretender.
    everyone knows that should read 3-2 rather than 4-1

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    Quote Originally Posted by madvillian9 View Post
    everyone knows that should read 3-2 rather than 4-1
    they'll tell you it should be 5-0 since if their WR could catch they'd have beaten the 49ers................
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iansnightout View Post
    Best on that list sure is good for an overrated, pretender.
    Seattle also has the most wins in the NFL against teams with records over .500 (quality starts, coldhardfootballfacts).

    SEA 5-1
    DEN 2-3
    GB 4-5
    SF 4-3
    ATL 3-0
    NE 3-3
    HOU 4-4
    CIN 3-2
    WAS 3-3
    BAL 3-4
    MIN 4-5
    IND 3-3

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    Quote Originally Posted by madvillian9 View Post
    everyone knows that should read 3-2 rather than 4-1
    Nope.
    http://forums.prosportsdaily.com/sho...d.php?t=792671

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    Quote Originally Posted by IHateTheSkins View Post
    Yeah Atlanta is overrated. I think it would have been funny in New Orleans won their division this year with a 7-9 record and then beat a team, like the Seahawks or someone, in the first round of the playoffs.
    Yea overrated huh, 13-3 means nothing I guess. No worries, can't wait to prove all you haters wrong when ATL cruises past the NFC while playing at home.

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