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standings after week 11

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by bavpb, Nov 28, 2005.

  1. bavpb

    bavpb Cheesehead

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    Team	           W        L          PCT        PF         PA           Diff.
    Indianapolis      10  :    0         1.000       305       152            +153
    San Diego          7  :    4          .636       323       219            +104
    N.Y. Giants        7  :    4          .636       302       208             +94
    Denver             9  :    2          .818       283       190             +93
    Seattle            9  :    2          .818       296       208             +88
    Cincinnati         8  :    3          .727       289       208             +81
    Carolina           8  :    3          .727       266       188             +78
    Pittsburgh         7  :    3          .700       236       161             +75
    Chicago            8  :    3          .727       182       120             +62
    Atlanta            7  :    4          .636       271       213             +58
    Dallas             7  :    4          .636       243       188             +55
    Jacksonville       8  :    3          .727       235       187             +48
    Kansas City        7  :    4          .636       270       230             +40
    Tampa Bay          7  :    4          .636       216       196             +20
    Green Bay          2  :    9          .182       232       223              +9
    Washington         5  :    6          .455       217       224              -7
    Philadelphia       5  :    6          .455       229       246             -17
    Miami              4  :    7          .364       195       217             -22
    Oakland            4  :    7          .364       239       262             -23
    Cleveland          4  :    7          .364       169       194             -25
    New England        6  :    5          .545       243       279             -36
    St. Louis          5  :    6          .455       285       327             -42
    Detroit            4  :    7          .364       174       220             -46
    Tennessee          3  :    8          .273       236       284             -48
    Minnesota          6  :    5          .545       198       257             -59
    Buffalo            4  :    7          .364       161       223             -62
    Arizona            3  :    8          .273       222       292             -70
    Baltimore          3  :    8          .273       145       226             -81
    New Orleans        3  :    8          .273       180       285            -105
    N.Y. Jets          2  :    9          .182       140       248            -108
    San Francisco      2  :    9          .182       173       323            -150
    Houston            1  :   10          .091       168       325            -157
    I sorted the list by the difference of points that were won and lost.

    IMO a team, that is able to keep the diff. positive without so many starters for at least 11 weeks, can not be a really bad team, loosing strech or not.
    Give them their starters healthy, add some talented youngsters, hope for the return of #4 and think what that team can do!!!

    Harald
     
  2. PackinSteel

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    I realize this is an important stat and a lot has been made about how the Packers are in this position. No one seems to mention that they beat the Saints 52-3 while losing the other games by 1-6 points. I'm not down on the Packers but the PF / PA ratio is not everything.
     
  3. CaliforniaCheez

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    The stat indicates the games are close, the packers are competitive, and that they have not had the blow out losses suffered by mentally weak teams that give up. The stat itself is not as significant as what it represents.
     
  4. HatestheEagles084

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    a 49 point margin of victory that has not been overtaken by our margins of defeat reflect all the close, one-score losses we've had (what, six now?)

    this provides some hope for next year...perhaps a healthy javon walker here, a free agent acquisition there, a few nice draft picks, and those small losses could become 3-point wins, thats how football works...not to jump to college on everyone, but, penn state...2004 they were 4-7, lost a bunch of close games, only by 14+ once i think...a few minor adjustments and a few hot shot freshmen, 10-1, big ten champs

    not saying college and pro are similar, but that is how the game of football works--certain guys who aren't there to make certain plays that we need in certain situations (...javon, ahman green circa 2003) loom LARGE...all the close wins/longwell buzzer beaters we've had the last two years, two injuries to our big stars were the straws breaking our backs...which made us depend on our depth, which sucks/is developing

    all i'm saying is in this day in age of the NFL you can go from top to bottom or vice versa in the matter of two seasons...
     

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