NFL: Last team to lose

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Last to lose

  1. Eagles

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  2. Ravens

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  3. Steelers

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  4. Browns

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  5. Bengals

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  6. Dolphins

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  7. Vikings

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  8. Patriots

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  9. Bucs

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  10. Jaguars

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  11. Chiefs

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  12. Redskins

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  13. Panthers

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  14. Broncos

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  15. Packers

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  16. Jets

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  17. Rams

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  1. mymerlincat

    mymerlincat Moderator

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    starting this after week 1
     
  2. mymerlincat

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    Homer voting rams
     
  3. Gene Parmesan

    Gene Parmesan Dedicated to babies who came feet first

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    Minnesota.
     
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    Im being bold, KC.
     
  5. Blackhawkswincup

    Blackhawkswincup Fire Hahn

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    Not that bold

    I am going to really go bold and pick team that couldn't beat the Cleveland Browns
     
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    Based on schedule the Pats.

    I actually think it is likely the winner of the Vikings-Ram game but because I can't pick the winner in that game now and either could easily win I went with the Pats who don't have a tough game until week 6 and that game is at home for them.
     
  7. ViktorBaeArvidsson

    ViktorBaeArvidsson I’m the mock draft guy.

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    Obviously the Bucs duh
     
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    To lazy to look at schedules, but I'll go Rams.
     
  9. Kyle McMahon

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    If New England survives Jacksonville on Sunday, they're an easy 5-0, with a decent chance at 8-0.
     
  10. mymerlincat

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    Dolphins, Bengals, Jags, Chiefs, Broncos, Packers, Vikings, Bucs, Rams are the undefeated teams after Week 2. Poll leading Rams are still undefeated.
     
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    What the Faulk You'll know when you go

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    What an unexpected group of 2-0 teams
     
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    Falco Lombardi AKA Dolph Ziggler

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    Idk, of the undefeated teams, I had Miami, Cinci, KC, Jacksonville, LA, and one of the Pack/Vikings (obviously not both) all being 2-0.

    When you look at schedules, Cinci beating Indy/Baltimore and Miami beating Tennessee/NYJ doesn’t seem like a big surprise. Jacksonville beating New England shouldn’t be a big surprise. They had them beat a year ago (though HOW they won may be.)

    The only real surprise to me is Tampa and Denver and even the Broncos isn’t that big a surprise because of a lot of people had Seattle falling off.

    Looking forward, the Packers can probably get to Halloween without too much difficulty. The Chiefs and Jaguars play each other in week 5 as do the Rams and Vikings.

    If the Rams and Jags can survive their week 5 games, they’ve got a solid chance, but if I’m betting, I’ll take the Packers....as long as they keep Rodgers upright
     
  13. Gene Parmesan

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    Denver shouldn't be a surprise. The NFL gifts them two home games to start the season. In this scenario since the merger they are 53-8.
     
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