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    Blowouts wins over bad teams is very important

    Blowout wins over bad teams is a better indicator that your a great team, then having a
    bunch of close wins over good teams.

    Make no mistake.

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    Re: Blowouts wins over bad teams is very important

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Smartmonies
    Blowout wins over bad teams is a better indicator that your a great team, then having a
    bunch of close wins over good teams.

    Make no mistake.
    Tell us more, oh wise one!

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    Re: Blowouts wins over bad teams is very important

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelTorch
    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Smartmonies
    Blowout wins over bad teams is a better indicator that your a great team, then having a
    bunch of close wins over good teams.

    Make no mistake.
    Tell us more, oh wise one!


    I would imagine he has a stat that shows some of the best teams in history knew how to break a bad opponent.

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    Re: Blowouts wins over bad teams is very important

    A win is a win if it is by 1 pt, 14pts, or 30 pts. I will take it.

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    Re: Blowouts wins over bad teams is very important

    I'm sure he is right


    With the lone exception being the Pats* of last year

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    Re: Blowouts wins over bad teams is very important

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Smartmonies
    Blowout wins over bad teams is a better indicator that your a great team, then having a
    bunch of close wins over good teams.

    Make no mistake.
    Did you get that off a fortune cookie or something? I would think that quite a bit more reasoning would go into the equation than that. At least support your argument by pulling up the schedule results of the '60's Packers, our beloved Steelers of the '70's, '80's 49 'ers, '85 Bears, and '90's Cowgirls. It would be interesting to see, but like everyone else said, I'll take a win by any margin...or a Super Bowl victory as the 6th seed.



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    Re: Blowouts wins over bad teams is very important

    Quote Originally Posted by Flasteel
    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Smartmonies
    Blowout wins over bad teams is a better indicator that your a great team, then having a
    bunch of close wins over good teams.

    Make no mistake.
    Did you get that off a fortune cookie or something? .
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    Re: Blowouts wins over bad teams is very important

    [quote=Mr Smartmonies]
    Quote Originally Posted by Flasteel
    Quote Originally Posted by "Mr Smartmonies":221m86kt
    Blowout wins over bad teams is a better indicator that your a great team, then having a
    bunch of close wins over good teams.

    Make no mistake.
    Did you get that off a fortune cookie or something? .
    F U C K Y O U[/quote:221m86kt]

    C'mon...you have to admit it was funny.

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    Re: Blowouts wins over bad teams is very important

    [quote=Flasteel]
    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Smartmonies
    Quote Originally Posted by Flasteel
    Quote Originally Posted by "Mr Smartmonies":15ox3gu3
    Blowout wins over bad teams is a better indicator that your a great team, then having a
    bunch of close wins over good teams.

    Make no mistake.
    Did you get that off a fortune cookie or something? .
    F U C K Y O U
    C'mon...you have to admit it was funny.

    I see you're still upset,.[/quote:15ox3gu3]

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    Re: Blowouts wins over bad teams is very important

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Smartmonies
    Blowout wins over bad teams is a better indicator that your a great team, then having a
    bunch of close wins over good teams.

    Make no mistake.
    Why do you posit that?
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