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Forget About Making An NFL Best Team

by Dave Doggett Business Development Manager

Forget the Panthers, forget the Patriots, even forget about the Chiefs. No team in the NFL deserves to be called the best team.The league is very much different to the NBA, where one or two teams can be called as The Best Team because no NFL team is as dominating as them. Okay, there are many reasons why NFL teams suffer this and it’s not because they’re mediocre or they’re bad teams--they get unexpected injuries and underwhelming performances--and they lose games they are not supposed to.


Forget the Chiefs


Flaunting the ownership of the NFL’s undefeated record of 5-0 going into the game against the unexpectedly gritty Steelers, well, Kansas City lost to Pittsburgh, 19-13. The match was as tedious as you can see on the score. But think about that, Kansas--who also defeated the Patriots and Eagles in games before-- as most Bitcoin sportsbooks logged the Patriots as heavy favorites to win against the Steelers and they ended up getting defeated. Apparently, Pittsburgh has the key to opening the doors to defeating the Chiefs. In their game, the Steelers held the ball for 36 minutes and was able to rack up 439 yards during their offense. In the dying moments of the 4th quarter, the Steelers only had a 2 point lead, but a clutch catch by Brown--that was an unbelievable catch--was enough to tell the Chief's goodnight.


Forget the Patriots


Although they are currently holding on with a 4-2 standing, they won their games with crazy escapes with narrow victories which includes a baffling call in their win against the Jets. Currently, they have the worst defensive DVOA in the league and at times looked awful against most teams, mostly because of giving up long touchdowns.


Forget the Panthers


What happened to Cam Newton--who introduced dabbing--along with the Panthers who notably was able to enter the Superbowl but is now highly struggling? Was it because of Newton’s misogynist remarks against female reporters? I hate to bring pop culture into this but lately, the quarterback hasn’t seen flashes with the recent 28-23 loss--in which he threw 3 interceptions in a game that really didn’t feel as close as it seems.


Now we’re back to a point in the season that seems to follow through year after year since 1973--where the champion of the NFL can be determined by tossing a coin. In the other hand though, this is good and should not be complained about. Unlike the NBA, NFL has a balanced parity in the league and it’s refreshing to see different teams battle it out to whoever will be crowned and takes home the Vince Lombardi trophy. It’s refreshingly different.


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About Dave Doggett Freshman   Business Development Manager

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