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    • ...beating every team with a winning record that they've faced, including playoff teams Tennessee, Indianapolis, Philadelphia, and Denver. They won every game against a team with a winning record.

    Did they beat every team with a winning record that they faced? Another question is, did they win every game against a team with a winning record?

    • They lost only twice.

    They'd better be glad that none of those teams with losing records are left to face. Statistically, they do infinitely worse against teams wit

    • by pudge (1) on 2004.01.12 17:23 (#27287) Homepage Journal
      They'd better be glad that none of those teams with losing records are left to face. Statistically, they do infinitely worse against teams with losing records this year!

      Tell me about it. ;-) But really, they beat up on the few losing-record teams they faced, too, once the first few games were out of the way. They've won 13 games in a row now. They won their last four games of the season at home giving up a total of 13 points. 3.25 points per game. And they scored 82 points in those games.

      Of course, no game was closer than Nov. 30 at Indianapolis. The Colts were down by four, first and goal from the 2 yard line, with time running out. The Pats stopped them cold. Should be a great game. Best offense vs. best defense.