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  • Ravens have #1, and based on their reasoning I can be okay with that.

    Story Here.
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  • Can't complain, actually surprised to see us that high. In my opinion we are either 1 or 2 though so it is great that the rest of the country agrees. The players who travel here all understand what they're getting themselves into.
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  • And then there's the toughest home field ref advantage which would be Lambeau and Lucas Oil...
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  • Mine:

    #1: Denver- elevation changes kick distance, throwing distance, and conditioning. It's a very large benefit to be the team that's used to it.
    #2: Seattle- probably the most intimidating and disruptive place to play in the NFL.
    #3: Kansas City- Arrowhead hasn't lived up to it's reputation in recent years, but it used to be very tough
    #4: Chicago in winter
    #5: Lambeau in winter
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  • Baltimore's hard to argue against but the fact that they tend to field a highly competitive team every year definitely skews the numbers. The fact that after 4 "losing" seasons in a row we're still considered one of the most difficult places to play is pretty damn impressive. Good job 12's.
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  • kearly wrote:#3: Kansas City- Arrowhead hasn't lived up to it's reputation in recent years, but it used to be very tough


    They were the only team to beat Green Bay last year in the regular season...
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  • Zebulon Dak wrote:Baltimore's hard to argue against but the fact that they tend to field a highly competitive team every year definitely skews the numbers. The fact that after 4 "losing" seasons in a row we're still considered one of the most difficult places to play is pretty damn impressive. Good job 12's.

    Thanks.
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