WhatIfSports Duel to the Death: The Greatest of All Time (AFC)

Following up on yesterday’s post, this is the second half of the introduction to the WhatIfSports Greatest of All Time simulated season. As a reminder, I’m picking the best edition of each NFL team and will run them all through a full-length season to determine once and for all which team in NFL history truly was the greatest. Because nothing solves arguments like hypothetical games run through an internet simulation engine! Yesterday, we ran through my choices for each NFC team; today, the AFC teams are unveiled.

Again, some basic guidelines I kinda, sorta followed when making my selections:

  • No teams prior to the NFL/AAFC merger in 1950. The game was just too different prior to that point to be able to make any cross-generational comparisons. Sorry, 1949 Eagles!
  • No one-year wonders. Each representative team should be a part of a larger run of success in that franchise’s history and ideally would come from the “signature” period of their franchise’s history, though that is not always possible.
  • Super Bowl winners get prioritized over all other teams, with one big exception we’ll get to tomorrow. For franchises that have never won a Super Bowl…well, it doesn’t really matter since they’re probably going to get pummeled in these simulations, so my choices for those teams were quite a bit more willy-nilly.
  • If I had trouble deciding between two teams, I erred on the side of which squad had higher profile players. Sorry, 1969 Vikings and 1984 49ers!
  • Finally, rather than choose either this year’s or last year’s edition of the Houston Texans, I decided to pick a version of the old Houston Oilers in their stead. Technically, the Oilers ARE a part of Tennessee’s franchise history at this point…but I don’t really care. Same logic applies with my choice of a Baltimore Colts team instead of a Baltimore Ravens team – really, I just want Johnny U. to be involved in this thing. Sorry, Ray Lewis!

Okay, if you’re still awake after that, let’s crack into this thing.

AFC West

Record: 14-2 (won AFC West)
Playoffs: won Super Bowl against Atlanta
Coach: Mike Shanahan
Surrounding Four-Year Record: 47-17 (1995-1998)
Notable Players: QB John Elway, RB Terrell Davis, TE Shannon Sharpe, S Steve Atwater, LB Bill Romanowski, C Tom Nalen

Comment: Pro Football Reference seems to be of the opinion that the ’97 Super Bowl Champions were slightly better, but we’ll go with the squad that repeated because of Terrell Davis going over 2,000 yards and the vast amount of tail they kicked in the postseason. Honestly, it’s tough to find a more balanced offense that was this terrifying – they’d be able to go into any era and score 30 points a game. Or will they…

Record: 11-3 (Wild-Card Recipient)
Playoffs: won Super Bowl against Minnesota
Coach: Hank Stram
Surrounding Four-Year Record: 43-12-1 (1966-1969)
Notable Players: QB Len Dawson, LB Willie Lanier, LB Bobby Bell, DT Buck Buchanan, S Johnny Robinson, CB Emmitt Thomas

Comment: Just keep matriculating the ball down the field, boys!

Record: 13-1 (won AFC West)
Playoffs: won Super Bowl against Minnesota
Coach: John Madden
Surrounding Four-Year Record: 47-9 (1974-1977)
Notable Players: WR Fred Biletnikoff, WR Cliff Branch, TE Dave Casper, QB Ken Stabler, LB Ted Hendricks, T Art Shell, G Gene Upshaw

Comment: “When you’re talking about tough guys at the quarterback position, er, BRETT FAVRE is absolutely the number one player on the list. But, er, Kenny Stabler isn’t too far behind him. I used to ask Kenny to reach his hand inside my Thanksgiving Turducken and BOOM! There’d be a big surprise waiting for him. Er, usually just a old glove or something.”

Record: 12-4 (won AFC West)
Playoffs: lost AFC Divisional to Houston
Coach: Don Coryell
Surrounding Four-Year Record: 39-18 (1979-1982)
Notable Players: QB Dan Fouts, TE Kellen Winslow, WR Charlie Joiner, DE Fred Dean, WR John Jefferson, DT Gary Johnson

Comment: Technically, the 2004-07 Chargers had the best run in team history and the ’06 Chargers should probably be the San Diego representative in this pool. But when you first think of the Chargers, doesn’t your mind immediately go to Air Coryell and Dan Fouts winging the ball down the field willy-nilly? Or does it automatically just go to Norv doing something stupid? Let’s err on the side of brazen downfield passing, shall we?

AFC South
Record: 11-5 (won AFC Central)
Playoffs: lost AFC Divisonal to Denver
Coach: Jack Pardee
Surrounding Four-Year Record: 42-22 (1990-1993)
Notable Players: QB Warren Moon, C Bruce Matthews, WR Haywood Jeffires, CB Cris Dishman, DE Sean Jones, WR Drew Hill

Comment: Look, the ceiling of the 2012 Texans in this league would be 6-10 or 7-9, so let’s all hop on back to a simpler time – where the hair and sweaters were bigger and the Run ‘n Shoot was still considered a viable every-down offense. Keep throwing until your arm falls off, Warren!

Record: 12-4 (won AFC South)
Playoffs: won Super Bowl against Chicago
Coach: Tony Dungy
Surrounding Four-Year Record: 51-13 (2005-2008)
Notable Players: QB Peyton Manning, WR Marvin Harrison, DE Dwight Freeney, WR Reggie Wayne, T Tarik Glenn, S Bob Sanders

Comment: The regular season version of this team was actually one of the worst of the Peyton Manning era in Indianapolis – they ended up winning the Super Bowl. Go figure. We’ll see how early Bob Sanders gets injured in these simulated games. I’m putting the over/under at Week 2 and taking the under.

Record: 14-2 (won AFC Central)
Playoffs: lost AFC Championship to Tennessee
Coach: Tom Coughlin
Surrounding Four-Year Record: 45-19 (1996-1999)
Notable Players: QB Mark Brunell, RB Fred Taylor, WR Jimmy Smith, S Carnell Lake, DE Tony Brackens, T Tony Boselli

Comment: As usual, there are few if any entertaining anecdotes regarding the Jaguars. This has to be the most anonymous 14-2 team in NFL history, doesn’t it? That’s probably the motivational tactic simulated Tom Coughlin will take during his weekly meetings with the team. If you’re only 45 minutes early, you’re late.

Record: 13-3 (won AFC Central)
Playoffs: lost AFC Divisional to Baltimore
Coach: Jeff Fisher
Surrounding Four-Year Record: 44-20 (1999-2002)
Notable Players: RB Eddie George, DE Jevon Kearse, QB Steve McNair, WR Derrick Mason, CB Samari Rolle, TE Frank Wycheck

Comment: I’m aware the ’99 Titans were the ones who came within a yard of tying up the Super Bowl, but this team was just better. That Gregg Williams sure knew how to put together a defense! One of the more random matchups that I’m looking forward to out of this whole thing is when the ’00 Titans play the ’09 Saints and Gregg Williams goes up against Gregg Williams. Will they just get frustrated after a while and run out on the field to kill their doppelganger’s head? “WE APPEAR TO BE EVENLY MATCHED.” “ME CONCUR.”

AFC North
Record: 9-3 (won NFL Western Division)
Playoffs: won NFL Championship against NY Giants
Coach: Weeb Ewbank
Surrounding Four-Year Record: 31-17 (1957-1960)
Notable Players: QB Johnny Unitas, WR Raymond Berry, HB/WR Lenny Moore, DE Gino Marchetti, FB Alan Ameche, LT Jim Parker

Comment: Sure, we’re losing Ray Lewis and one of the greatest defenses of all-time by making this Colts-Ravens switch. On the other hand, we’re gaining Johnny Unitas, Lenny Moore (a.k.a. Marshall Faulk before Marshall Faulk), and another enticing and totally random matchup when the ’58 Colts play the ’68 Jets. That’s right – it’s the Weeb Ewbank Bowl! Of all the possible people to coach two different teams in this exercise, it’s Weeb Ewbank. Go figure.

Record: 12-4 (won AFC Central)
Playoffs: lost Super Bowl to San Francisco
Coach: Forrest Gregg
Surrounding Four-Year Record: 34-23 (1981-1984)
Notable Players: T Anthony Munoz, QB Ken Anderson, WR Cris Collinsworth, FB Pete Johnson, TE Dan Ross

Comment: Tough choice, since choosing this squad deprives of both Paul Brown coaching AND Boomer Esiason being a blowhard and Ickey Woods doing whatever the hell went on in the Ickey Shuffle. On the plus side: Cris Collinsworth will get to comment on his playing self and say, “I hate to say it, but Cris Collinsworth just messed up that route COMPLETELY, I don’t know what he was looking at out there!”

Record: 10-3-1 (won NFL Eastern Division)
Playoffs: won NFL Championship against Baltimore
Coach: Blanton Collier
Surrounding Four-Year Record: 40-15-1 (1963-1966)
Notable Players: RB Jim Brown, WR Paul Warfield, WR Gary Collins, DE Bill Glass, LB Jim Houston, T Dick Schafrath

Comment: It just feels wrong to have a Browns team without Paul Brown as head coach, right? On the other hand, JIM BROWN JIM BROWN JIM BROWN JIM BROWN. And this was the only year the Browns won a championship while he was on the team. And Blanton Collier was a pretty good coach, too, right? Right? Don’t judge me.

Record: 12-2 (won AFC Central)
Playoffs: won Super Bowl against Dallas
Coach: Chuck Noll
Surrounding Four-Year Record: 45-13 (1975-1978)
Notable Players: DT Joe Greene, LB Jack Lambert, QB Terry Bradshaw, RB Franco Harris, LB Jack Ham, CB Mel Blount, WR Lynn Swann

Comment: Really, you could pick the ’78 or ’79 Steelers and have your choice be every bit as correct as this one was. Heck, the ’76 team didn’t win the Super Bowl and they might have been the best team out of the whole bunch – I mean, they won their last nine games by a combined score of 234-28. They gave up TWO touchdowns in that span. NOT BAD. The point is, those Steelers teams were pretty good.

AFC East
Record: 13-3 (won AFC East)
Playoffs: lost Super Bowl to NY Giants
Coach: Marv Levy
Surrounding Four-Year Record: 49-15 (1990-1993)
Notable Players: DE Bruce Smith, RB Thurman Thomas, QB Jim Kelly, WR Andre Reed, WR James Lofton, LB Cornelius Bennett

Comment: How hilarious would it be if the simulated Bills sprung an upset and somehow made it to the simulated Super Bowl, only to lose there again? I’ll leave you to grieve, upstate New York.

Record: 14-0 (won AFC East)
Playoffs: won Super Bowl against Washington
Coach: Don Shula
Surrounding Four-Year Record: 47-8-1 (1971-1974)
Notable Players: FB Larry Csonka, WR Paul Warfield, LB Nick Buoniconti, G Larry Little, QB Earl Morrall, QB Bob Griese

Comment: The ’73 team may have been even better, but I can’t ignore the only team to go undefeated and untied in both the regular season and playoffs any more than I can ignore that box of white macadamia nut cookies that’s taunting me from the counter ten feet away. So chewy, so delectable…but I’ve already had three today. WHY MUST YOU TEMPT ME SO, OH DELICIOUS COOKIE?

Record: 16-0 (won AFC East)
Playoffs: lost Super Bowl to NY Giants
Coach: Bill Belichick
Surrounding Four-Year Record: 52-12 (2004-2007)
Notable Players: QB Tom Brady, WR Randy Moss, WR Wes Welker, LB Mike Vrabel, CB Asante Samuel, LB Junior Seau

Comment: Yeah, yeah, they choked the Super Bowl, whatever. You look me straight in the eye and tell any of the three Super Bowl winners from earlier the decade were better than this team. You can’t – mostly because you’re just reading my words that I’m typing into this post and cannot actually SEE my eye, but still. This was the most dominant regular season team I’ve ever seen and the Pro Football Reference SRS agrees with me. Also, those Super Bowl champions were extremely lucky and I hate their guts. So there.

1968 New York Jets
Record: 11-3 (won AFL East Division)
Playoffs: won Super Bowl against Baltimore
Coach: Weeb Ewbank
Surrounding Four-Year Record: 35-18-3 (1966-1969)
Notable Players: QB Joe Namath, WR Don Maynard, WR George Sauer, DE Gerry Philbin, HB Emerson Boozer, LB Al Atkinson

Comment: Let’s put it this way: if simulated Broadway Joe can guarantee a .500 record against the onslaught the Jets are about to go up against, then he’ll have earned all the Beautymist panty hose his heart desires.

Alright! We made it! And thanks to the trusty schedule generator provided by justissports.net, we’ve got a full schedule, too, made up in the blink of an eye. Study the matchups for each week below and we’ll get started with the first week’s action once the Super Bowl is over. GET PSYCHED.


WEEK 1
2009 New Orleans Saints @ 1991 Houston Oilers
1991 Washington Redskins @ 1962 Green Bay Packers
2012 Atlanta Falcons @ 1973 Minnesota Vikings
1968 New York Jets @ 1960 Philadelphia Eagles
1972 Miami Dolphins @ 2007 New England Patriots
2006 Indianapolis Colts @ 2000 Tennessee Titans
1969 Kansas City Chiefs @ 1990 Buffalo Bills
1964 Cleveland Browns @ 1981 Cincinnati Bengals
2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ 1989 San Francisco 49ers
1998 Denver Broncos @ 1999 Jacksonville Jaguars
2005 Carolina Panthers @ 1999 St. Louis Rams
1985 Chicago Bears @ 1976 Oakland Raiders
1952 Detroit Lions @ 1979 San Diego Chargers
1986 New York Giants @ 1992 Dallas Cowboys
1975 Pittsburgh Steelers @ 1958 Baltimore Colts
2008 Arizona Cardinals @ 2005 Seattle Seahawks
WEEK 2
2012 Atlanta Falcons @ 2000 Tennessee Titans
1990 Buffalo Bills @ 1964 Cleveland Browns
2009 New Orleans Saints @ 2005 Carolina Panthers
1962 Green Bay Packers @ 1986 New York Giants
1999 Jacksonville Jaguars @ 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2005 Seattle Seahawks @ 1989 San Francisco 49ers
1991 Houston Oilers @ 2006 Indianapolis Colts
1958 Baltimore Colts @ 1981 Cincinnati Bengals
1999 St. Louis Rams @ 2008 Arizona Cardinals
1992 Dallas Cowboys @ 1968 New York Jets
1973 Minnesota Vikings @ 1952 Detroit Lions
1979 San Diego Chargers @ 1969 Kansas City Chiefs
1998 Denver Broncos @ 1985 Chicago Bears
2007 New England Patriots @ 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers
1976 Oakland Raiders @ 1972 Miami Dolphins
1960 Philadelphia Eagles @ 1991 Washington Redskins
WEEK 3
1952 Detroit Lions @ 1991 Washington Redskins
2008 Arizona Cardinals @ 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers
1991 Houston Oilers @ 1999 Jacksonville Jaguars
1976 Oakland Raiders @ 1962 Green Bay Packers
1990 Buffalo Bills @ 1972 Miami Dolphins
1989 San Francisco 49ers @ 2005 Carolina Panthers
1968 New York Jets @ 2007 New England Patriots
2005 Seattle Seahawks @ 1964 Cleveland Browns
1973 Minnesota Vikings @ 1998 Denver Broncos
1981 Cincinnati Bengals @ 1979 San Diego Chargers
2000 Tennessee Titans @ 1969 Kansas City Chiefs
1958 Baltimore Colts @ 1999 St. Louis Rams
2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ 2012 Atlanta Falcons
1986 New York Giants @ 1960 Philadelphia Eagles
1992 Dallas Cowboys @ 1985 Chicago Bears
2006 Indianapolis Colts @ 2009 New Orleans Saints
WEEK 4
1989 San Francisco 49ers @ 1992 Dallas Cowboys
1999 Jacksonville Jaguars @ 2012 Atlanta Falcons
1975 Pittsburgh Steelers @ 1981 Cincinnati Bengals
1979 San Diego Chargers @ 1968 New York Jets
1985 Chicago Bears @ 1952 Detroit Lions
2007 New England Patriots @ 1990 Buffalo Bills
1962 Green Bay Packers @ 1973 Minnesota Vikings
1964 Cleveland Browns @ 2008 Arizona Cardinals
1999 St. Louis Rams @ 2005 Seattle Seahawks
2005 Carolina Panthers @ 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1969 Kansas City Chiefs @ 1991 Houston Oilers
1998 Denver Broncos @ 1976 Oakland Raiders
1991 Washington Redskins @ 1986 New York Giants
1972 Miami Dolphins @ 1958 Baltimore Colts
WEEK 5
1952 Detroit Lions @ 1960 Philadelphia Eagles
1981 Cincinnati Bengals @ 1972 Miami Dolphins
1999 St. Louis Rams @ 1964 Cleveland Browns
2008 Arizona Cardinals @ 1989 San Francisco 49ers
2000 Tennessee Titans @ 1998 Denver Broncos
2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ 2009 New Orleans Saints
2007 New England Patriots @ 1986 New York Giants
1968 New York Jets @ 1999 Jacksonville Jaguars
2012 Atlanta Falcons @ 2006 Indianapolis Colts
2005 Carolina Panthers @ 1991 Houston Oilers
1975 Pittsburgh Steelers @ 2005 Seattle Seahawks
1976 Oakland Raiders @ 1969 Kansas City Chiefs
1985 Chicago Bears @ 1962 Green Bay Packers
1992 Dallas Cowboys @ 1990 Buffalo Bills
WEEK 6
1989 San Francisco 49ers @ 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers
1960 Philadelphia Eagles @ 1962 Green Bay Packers
1958 Baltimore Colts @ 1998 Denver Broncos
1991 Washington Redskins @ 2007 New England Patriots
2006 Indianapolis Colts @ 2005 Carolina Panthers
1968 New York Jets @ 1981 Cincinnati Bengals
1999 Jacksonville Jaguars @ 2000 Tennessee Titans
1973 Minnesota Vikings @ 1985 Chicago Bears
2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ 2008 Arizona Cardinals
1972 Miami Dolphins @ 1992 Dallas Cowboys
1979 San Diego Chargers @ 1976 Oakland Raiders
2009 New Orleans Saints @ 1999 St. Louis Rams
1986 New York Giants @ 2012 Atlanta Falcons
WEEK 7
2012 Atlanta Falcons @ 2009 New Orleans Saints
2005 Carolina Panthers @ 1952 Detroit Lions
1973 Minnesota Vikings @ 1992 Dallas Cowboys
2006 Indianapolis Colts @ 1999 Jacksonville Jaguars
2008 Arizona Cardinals @ 1960 Philadelphia Eagles
1972 Miami Dolphins @ 1968 New York Jets
2005 Seattle Seahawks @ 1986 New York Giants
1975 Pittsburgh Steelers @ 1990 Buffalo Bills
2007 New England Patriots @ 1958 Baltimore Colts
1998 Denver Broncos @ 1979 San Diego Chargers
1985 Chicago Bears @ 1991 Washington Redskins
1989 San Francisco 49ers @ 1999 St. Louis Rams
1964 Cleveland Browns @ 1969 Kansas City Chiefs
1991 Houston Oilers @ 2000 Tennessee Titans
WEEK 8
1991 Houston Oilers @ 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1964 Cleveland Browns @ 1958 Baltimore Colts
1979 San Diego Chargers @ 2006 Indianapolis Colts
1986 New York Giants @ 1968 New York Jets
1981 Cincinnati Bengals @ 1989 San Francisco 49ers
1952 Detroit Lions @ 1985 Chicago Bears
1991 Washington Redskins @ 1973 Minnesota Vikings
1999 Jacksonville Jaguars @ 1976 Oakland Raiders
1990 Buffalo Bills @ 2007 New England Patriots
2000 Tennessee Titans @ 2005 Carolina Panthers
1960 Philadelphia Eagles @ 1972 Miami Dolphins
2009 New Orleans Saints @ 2005 Seattle Seahawks
1962 Green Bay Packers @ 1969 Kansas City Chiefs
WEEK 9
1960 Philadelphia Eagles @ 2007 New England Patriots
2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ 2006 Indianapolis Colts
2000 Tennessee Titans @ 2009 New Orleans Saints
2008 Arizona Cardinals @ 2005 Carolina Panthers
1969 Kansas City Chiefs @ 1952 Detroit Lions
1976 Oakland Raiders @ 1973 Minnesota Vikings
2005 Seattle Seahawks @ 2012 Atlanta Falcons
1958 Baltimore Colts @ 1990 Buffalo Bills
1962 Green Bay Packers @ 1998 Denver Broncos
1999 St. Louis Rams @ 1981 Cincinnati Bengals
1999 Jacksonville Jaguars @ 1979 San Diego Chargers
1972 Miami Dolphins @ 1991 Houston Oilers
1992 Dallas Cowboys @ 1991 Washington Redskins
1975 Pittsburgh Steelers @ 1964 Cleveland Browns
WEEK 10
2012 Atlanta Falcons @ 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1991 Washington Redskins @ 1960 Philadelphia Eagles
1973 Minnesota Vikings @ 1962 Green Bay Packers
1981 Cincinnati Bengals @ 1964 Cleveland Browns
1969 Kansas City Chiefs @ 1998 Denver Broncos
1990 Buffalo Bills @ 1968 New York Jets
2000 Tennessee Titans @ 2006 Indianapolis Colts
1989 San Francisco 49ers @ 2009 New Orleans Saints
1958 Baltimore Colts @ 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers
1992 Dallas Cowboys @ 1986 New York Giants
1985 Chicago Bears @ 1979 San Diego Chargers
1952 Detroit Lions @ 2008 Arizona Cardinals
1991 Houston Oilers @ 1976 Oakland Raiders
2005 Seattle Seahawks @ 1999 St. Louis Rams
WEEK 11
1968 New York Jets @ 1991 Washington Redskins
1979 San Diego Chargers @ 1973 Minnesota Vikings
1976 Oakland Raiders @ 2000 Tennessee Titans
2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ 1962 Green Bay Packers
1972 Miami Dolphins @ 1990 Buffalo Bills
1998 Denver Broncos @ 1991 Houston Oilers
2009 New Orleans Saints @ 1999 Jacksonville Jaguars
1981 Cincinnati Bengals @ 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers
1964 Cleveland Browns @ 2007 New England Patriots
1960 Philadelphia Eagles @ 1992 Dallas Cowboys
2005 Carolina Panthers @ 2012 Atlanta Falcons
2008 Arizona Cardinals @ 1958 Baltimore Colts
1986 New York Giants @ 1952 Detroit Lions
1989 San Francisco 49ers @ 2005 Seattle Seahawks
1985 Chicago Bears @ 1999 St. Louis Rams
2006 Indianapolis Colts @ 1969 Kansas City Chiefs
WEEK 12
1962 Green Bay Packers @ 1952 Detroit Lions
2007 New England Patriots @ 1992 Dallas Cowboys
1991 Houston Oilers @ 2012 Atlanta Falcons
1969 Kansas City Chiefs @ 1985 Chicago Bears
1990 Buffalo Bills @ 2000 Tennessee Titans
2009 New Orleans Saints @ 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1979 San Diego Chargers @ 1998 Denver Broncos
1973 Minnesota Vikings @ 1986 New York Giants
1999 Jacksonville Jaguars @ 1981 Cincinnati Bengals
1999 St. Louis Rams @ 1989 San Francisco 49ers
2006 Indianapolis Colts @ 1958 Baltimore Colts
1960 Philadelphia Eagles @ 2005 Carolina Panthers
2005 Seattle Seahawks @ 2008 Arizona Cardinals
1975 Pittsburgh Steelers @ 1976 Oakland Raiders
1991 Washington Redskins @ 1972 Miami Dolphins
1968 New York Jets @ 1964 Cleveland Browns
WEEK 13
1962 Green Bay Packers @ 1992 Dallas Cowboys
1952 Detroit Lions @ 1973 Minnesota Vikings
2005 Seattle Seahawks @ 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1990 Buffalo Bills @ 1960 Philadelphia Eagles
1999 Jacksonville Jaguars @ 2006 Indianapolis Colts
2000 Tennessee Titans @ 1991 Houston Oilers
1999 St. Louis Rams @ 1991 Washington Redskins
1976 Oakland Raiders @ 1998 Denver Broncos
2005 Carolina Panthers @ 2009 New Orleans Saints
2007 New England Patriots @ 1968 New York Jets
2012 Atlanta Falcons @ 1989 San Francisco 49ers
1981 Cincinnati Bengals @ 2008 Arizona Cardinals
1969 Kansas City Chiefs @ 1979 San Diego Chargers
1986 New York Giants @ 1985 Chicago Bears
1958 Baltimore Colts @ 1964 Cleveland Browns
1972 Miami Dolphins @ 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers
WEEK 14
1985 Chicago Bears @ 1960 Philadelphia Eagles
1989 San Francisco 49ers @ 1958 Baltimore Colts
1986 New York Giants @ 1991 Washington Redskins
1992 Dallas Cowboys @ 1952 Detroit Lions
1979 San Diego Chargers @ 1962 Green Bay Packers
2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ 2000 Tennessee Titans
1968 New York Jets @ 1990 Buffalo Bills
1964 Cleveland Browns @ 1972 Miami Dolphins
2005 Carolina Panthers @ 1999 Jacksonville Jaguars
1976 Oakland Raiders @ 2006 Indianapolis Colts
2008 Arizona Cardinals @ 1999 St. Louis Rams
1973 Minnesota Vikings @ 2005 Seattle Seahawks
1998 Denver Broncos @ 1969 Kansas City Chiefs
1981 Cincinnati Bengals @ 2007 New England Patriots
1991 Houston Oilers @ 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers
2009 New Orleans Saints @ 2012 Atlanta Falcons
WEEK 15
1969 Kansas City Chiefs @ 1999 Jacksonville Jaguars
1958 Baltimore Colts @ 2005 Seattle Seahawks
2007 New England Patriots @ 1972 Miami Dolphins
2006 Indianapolis Colts @ 1998 Denver Broncos
2012 Atlanta Falcons @ 2005 Carolina Panthers
2008 Arizona Cardinals @ 2009 New Orleans Saints
1990 Buffalo Bills @ 1981 Cincinnati Bengals
1962 Green Bay Packers @ 1989 San Francisco 49ers
1975 Pittsburgh Steelers @ 1968 New York Jets
1999 St. Louis Rams @ 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2000 Tennessee Titans @ 1964 Cleveland Browns
1991 Houston Oilers @ 1979 San Diego Chargers
1991 Washington Redskins @ 1992 Dallas Cowboys
1952 Detroit Lions @ 1976 Oakland Raiders
1960 Philadelphia Eagles @ 1986 New York Giants
1985 Chicago Bears @ 1973 Minnesota Vikings
WEEK 16
1964 Cleveland Browns @ 1989 San Francisco 49ers
1992 Dallas Cowboys @ 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1991 Washington Redskins @ 2009 New Orleans Saints
1986 New York Giants @ 1990 Buffalo Bills
1960 Philadelphia Eagles @ 1973 Minnesota Vikings
1998 Denver Broncos @ 1952 Detroit Lions
1981 Cincinnati Bengals @ 1958 Baltimore Colts
1962 Green Bay Packers @ 1985 Chicago Bears
1968 New York Jets @ 1972 Miami Dolphins
1999 Jacksonville Jaguars @ 1991 Houston Oilers
1979 San Diego Chargers @ 2000 Tennessee Titans
2012 Atlanta Falcons @ 2008 Arizona Cardinals
2007 New England Patriots @ 2006 Indianapolis Colts
1975 Pittsburgh Steelers @ 1999 St. Louis Rams
2005 Carolina Panthers @ 2005 Seattle Seahawks
1969 Kansas City Chiefs @ 1976 Oakland Raiders
WEEK 17
1972 Miami Dolphins @ 1986 New York Giants
1958 Baltimore Colts @ 1968 New York Jets
1999 St. Louis Rams @ 2012 Atlanta Falcons
2009 New Orleans Saints @ 1985 Chicago Bears
1990 Buffalo Bills @ 1991 Washington Redskins
2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ 2005 Carolina Panthers
1992 Dallas Cowboys @ 1960 Philadelphia Eagles
2006 Indianapolis Colts @ 1991 Houston Oilers
1952 Detroit Lions @ 1962 Green Bay Packers
1964 Cleveland Browns @ 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers
2005 Seattle Seahawks @ 1981 Cincinnati Bengals
2000 Tennessee Titans @ 1999 Jacksonville Jaguars
1989 San Francisco 49ers @ 2008 Arizona Cardinals
1973 Minnesota Vikings @ 1969 Kansas City Chiefs
1976 Oakland Raiders @ 1979 San Diego Chargers
1998 Denver Broncos @ 2007 New England Patriots

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