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Has there ever been this many 1 win or less teams before at this point in the season? 

 

Vikings 1-5

Falcons 1-6

Giants 1-6

Jets 0-7

Bengals 1-5-1

Jaguars 1-5 

Texans 1-6

Chargers 1-4

 

That's a lot of mediocrity seven weeks in. 

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4 minutes ago, RollerColt said:

Has there ever been this many 1 win or less teams before at this point in the season? 

 

Vikings 1-5

Falcons 1-6

Giants 1-6

Jets 0-7

Bengals 1-5-1

Jaguars 1-5 

Texans 1-6

Chargers 1-4

 

That's a lot of mediocrity seven weeks in. 

i don't remember there ever being this many teams with that poor of records.  

Dang, the Chargers are back in front.   C'mon Jags!

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1 minute ago, Myles said:

i don't remember there ever being this many teams with that poor of records.  

Dang, the Chargers are back in front.   C'mon Jags!

And then we've got the NFC East where the Eagles are out to a resounding half a game lead thanks to a tie. 

 

Eagles 2-4-1

Cowboys 2-5

WFT 2-5

Giants 1-6

 

Atrocious... 

 

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Just now, RollerColt said:

And then we've got the NFC East where the Eagles are out to a resounding half a game lead thanks to a tie. 

 

Eagles 2-4-1

Cowboys 2-5

WFT 2-5

Giants 1-6

 

Atrocious... 

 

Go Eagles

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17 minutes ago, RollerColt said:

Has there ever been this many 1 win or less teams before at this point in the season? 

 

Vikings 1-5

Falcons 1-6

Giants 1-6

Jets 0-7

Bengals 1-5-1

Jaguars 1-5 

Texans 1-6

Chargers 1-4

 

That's a lot of mediocrity seven weeks in. 

It’s the tank for Trevor race. 

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3 hours ago, RollerColt said:

Has there ever been this many 1 win or less teams before at this point in the season? 

 

Vikings 1-5

Falcons 1-6

Giants 1-6

Jets 0-7

Bengals 1-5-1

Jaguars 1-5 

Texans 1-6

Chargers 1-4

 

That's a lot of mediocrity seven weeks in. 

 

And we lost to 2 of them.:yuk:

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3 hours ago, RollerColt said:

Has there ever been this many 1 win or less teams before at this point in the season? 

 

Vikings 1-5

Falcons 1-6

Giants 1-6

Jets 0-7

Bengals 1-5-1

Jaguars 1-5 

Texans 1-6

Chargers 1-4

 

That's a lot of mediocrity seven weeks in. 

I want a season where every team in the league finishes 8-8 so we can watch Goodell flip coins for two days.

 

Playoff and Draft Day tiebreaker hell :lol:

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15 minutes ago, LJpalmbeacher2 said:

 

Yeah your right. 

But still feel we should have been 6-0 with our schedule. 

Well....maybe we can cancel out those 2 losses with a couple surprise wins.

 

A win against either Baltimore or especially Pittsburgh would really help..... and of course a sweep of the remaining division games.

 

I think we can do it and eek out an 11-5 record.

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49 minutes ago, pacolts56 said:

Well....maybe we can cancel out those 2 losses with a couple surprise wins.

 

A win against either Baltimore or especially Pittsburgh would really help..... and of course a sweep of the remaining division games.

 

I think we can do it and eek out an 11-5 record.

We have surprise wins every year

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9 hours ago, RollerColt said:

Has there ever been this many 1 win or less teams before at this point in the season? 

 

Vikings 1-5

Falcons 1-6

Giants 1-6

Jets 0-7

Bengals 1-5-1

Jaguars 1-5 

Texans 1-6

Chargers 1-4

 

That's a lot of mediocrity seven weeks in. 

Its interesting to note that those are the teams with notoriously “weaker” organizations.  A year like this will separate the cream from the crap. 

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8 hours ago, RollerColt said:

And then we've got the NFC East where the Eagles are out to a resounding half a game lead thanks to a tie. 

 

Eagles 2-4-1

Cowboys 2-5

WFT 2-5

Giants 1-6

 

Atrocious... 

 

Looks like the “good old days” of the AFC South.

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10 hours ago, danlhart87 said:

Why is that bad?

Just because I don't want them to get Lawrence in the draft.   I'd like them to win 3-4 games and draft around 5 or so.  Just looking out for the division in the future.  

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