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  • Yeah I saw that too. It's hard to be upset when you consider that the NFC West came extremely close to being 0-4 the day before that video was made though.

    Someone in the comments said it best. All four teams in the NFC West are in the top 5 in points allowed.
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  • I think one of the pregame shows talked about how the NFCW's lack of quality QBs makes it a tough division to consider the best. Though I think it was that Bradshaw joker. These guys are probably not looking at the records but rather the star power of the various divisions.
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  • kearly wrote:Someone in the comments said it best. All four teams in the NFC West are in the top 5 in points allowed.


    What? Cumulative across six weeks? NFC-W occupies four-fifths of the top five in points allowed? That can't possibly be right.
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  • In points allowed per game Seattle is 2, San fran 3, Arizona 4, St.louis 5. Chicagos is 1 at the moment but they've played shit teams and only 5 games.
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  • Ruminator wrote:
    kearly wrote:Someone in the comments said it best. All four teams in the NFC West are in the top 5 in points allowed.


    What? Cumulative across six weeks? That can't be right.


    Not Cumulative...Points per game....some teams have byes so you can't use cumulative now.

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  • Ah! I misinterpreted that as "top five in the most points allowed." Thought the comment that Kearly spoke of was defending NFC-W not being mentioned as one of NFC's better divisions. False alarm. Ignore me.
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  • They still love their NFC East because of the Giants and what the other teams can "potentially" do.
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