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NFL Teams Best & Worst Records By Opponents, In & Outside The Division


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Pretty cool infographic - 

 

Using us as an example - 

Our best winning PCT vs any opponent is 10-1 vs the Bucs

Worst record is vs the Eagles 0-9

Our best record vs all divisional opponents is against the Fins 51-47-1

Worst record vs divisional opponents is against the Bills  51-58-0 

 

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Hmmm, wouldn't it have made some sense to set a minimum # of games played?  Like even, say, 5?  The fact that Arizona is 2-1 against Houston all-time, for instance, is kind of meaningless.  You'll also notice that most of the non-Divisional best/worst records tend to come from non-conference foes, due to the small sample size deal.

 

Still interesting.

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Hmmm, wouldn't it have made some sense to set a minimum # of games played?  Like even, say, 5?  The fact that Arizona is 2-1 against Houston all-time, for instance, is kind of meaningless.  You'll also notice that most of the non-Divisional best/worst records tend to come from non-conference foes, due to the small sample size deal.

 

Still interesting.

 

I worked all week on this, so GFY.

 

 

Just kidding I stole it from Reddit.  :character0053:

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Funny how the Pats do vs another powerhouse from the NFC.

0-2 vs Giants in Superbowls.

AFC & homefield in the playoffs have made it too easy for them to reach the Superbowl.

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Funny how the Pats do vs another powerhouse from the NFC.

0-2 vs Giants in Superbowls.

AFC & homefield in the playoffs have made it too easy for them to reach the Superbowl.

The only AFC teams that have given them fits in the playoffs are Baltimore, the Broncos and Jets once in 2010.

They've owned Pittsburgh, Indy and San Diego.

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The only AFC teams that have given them fits in the playoffs are Baltimore, the Broncos and Jets once in 2010.

They've owned Pittsburgh, Indy and San Diego.

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I agree, it's too easy. It's not like they are a GREAT TEAM, the competetition in the AFC sucks & they keep sliding into Superbowls with their homefield vs Ravens, Broncos & Colts.

Last year Belichick pulled out the bullsh*t with eligible non eligible crap! fooling the Ravens & the officials. Doesn't seem like much until you realize they just each year only need to win TWO games AT HOME to get to the Superbowl.

All of a sudden that bullsh*t they pulled in the TWO GAMES, eligible, ineligible & deflate gate got them in the Super Bowl your like, "hey, wait a damn minute!"

That's what people fail to realize about the road to the Super Bowl last year, both home wins were without controversy. That's the problem everyone has with the Patriots.

The idea that this scheming cheating franchise got THE CHANCE to compete is hard enough. Anyone can win on any given Sunday in the NFL (68 Jets), one bad call blew it for Seattle, 2 ways to cheat gave the Pats the chance they needed.

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