Once upon a timeáa dome team went 15-1, with the highest scoring offense in the league (in league history, at the time), the highest point differential in the league, a turnover-happy defense that pounced in the fourth quarter when their team had the lead, and were generally regarded as a lock to represent the conference in the Super Bowl. At the same time another dome team went 14-2, with the fourth highest scoring offense in the league, the third-best point differential in the league, a veteran quarterback having the best year of his career, a running back they were running to death, and a coach generally regarded as kind-of a moron. But later in the season, in the most important game, when the 15-1 team's defense needed to get a stop, they couldn't stop the opposition. The 2009 New Orl ...
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