Every league strives for that magical term "parity." This does not mean .500 teams across the league, but rather a degree of competitiveness that allows sportswriter and sports fan alike to keep bouncing infinite hypotheticals around to determine who will ultimately take home a championship. In the face of a historic 46-2 possible record among the NFLÆs three powerhouses (including a pair of undefeated teams), that parity looks to be quite intact.á Indianapolis, New Orleans, and Minnesota have all had dominant games, but there have been plenty of games where they have looked beatable. When New England steamrolled the regular season in 2007, they appeared unstoppable.á That season likely cemented New EnglandÆs image afterwards as the NFLÆs variation of an evil empire. 31 teams' worth ...
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