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"You are what your record says you are." - Bill Parcells
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"Alls I knows is alls I knows, and what I knows is that there isn't no octopus punching in Hamlet." - Bot
Posted: 2/19/2013 10:45 AM
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Harpster wrote: I think this is one of the most misleading statistics to base opinion on prior to the season.It assumes the opponent will perform the exact same as previously and is based solely on W-L. There is impact of free agency, the draft, injury, trending... there are just too many variables in play. Who would have picked the Eagles to be 4-12 heading into the 2012 season? Same with the Lions? Seattle performed well above expectations as did the Colts.
Yea... SOS is about the most worthless information out there. It NEVER holds up once the pads are on. Strong teams from last year fade, teams that were bad are now playing good... its just a crap shoot.
Add to that, the level of competition is razor thin. There really is not much separating the best from the worst. That’s why you see upsets all the time.
I could be suave... but how many crude guys do you know?
Posted: 2/19/2013 12:33 PM
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Fotop wrote: I tried to find the same information for 2012 so we could see how informative it actually was but I can't find it on nfl.com.
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